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Lenox Square, Atlanta

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Anchored by Neiman Marcus, Macy's and Bloomingdale's, Lenox Square has plenty of upscale shopping attractions. Dining options include Bantam + Biddy, California Pizza Kitchen, The Cheesecake Factory, True Food Kitchen, Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, and several fast casual options. Lenox Square is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • Visited with friends who were shopping for specific stores. Beautifully laid out, well lit and policed. Easy access by the MARTA. Great restaurant and food choices with ample seating and raining day p...  more »
  • Lenox Square not only has great stores in which to shop but also fabulous restaurants and a huge food court. One of my favorite places to go!  more »
  • If you're looking for an outstanding shopping venue/mall, I highly recommend Lenox square. This mall offers a wide variety of stores that suit ages 0 to 100. When you're tired of shopping you could en...  more »
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  • Lenox Square Mall is one of my favorite malls in Atlanta. Lenox Mall has a great selection of stores as well as a lot of great places to eat. The food court has a nice amount of good places to eat. I usually choose sushi, I was hesitant at first about trying sushi in a food court but it's actually pretty good. Almost any store you can think of can be found at Lenox Mall. Being from Chicago, I get pretty excited when I find hometown favorites walking through Lenox. You can find Garret's Popcorn, Auntie Anne's preztels and a few other Chicago favorites if you look hard enough. This mall is a great place to just walk around check out the scenery. You may even see a celebrity walk by... I have nothing bad to say about Lenox Mall.
  • Lenox is a beautiful mall, with many options not exclusive to clothing. The clothes are really expensive though. From what I have seen people mostly go there just to look good because most of the people don't appear to be shopping. Its kind of a running joke that the people who go there usually only come out with one bag.
  • Huge mall with many stores, however most of those stores are very upscale. The food court is decent too and there are a few good restaurants outside. It can be hard to navigate though, which is why I gave it 3 stars. If you are going to a specific store, plan your visit. You should also know that using the main entrance to get in and parking in the parking lot is very difficult unless you are there during off peak times. My suggestion is to park in the parking deck. The are always spaces and it's a very short walk into one of the entrances to the mall or in through Macy's.
  • Very nice mall. It is listed as upscale but there are many affordable stores here too. Really good selection of restaurants in the food court and throughout the mall.
  • Good prices at the Macy's store and the food court is better. Lots of good stores with decent prices and sales. The college that is tucked away in the middle of the mall is also cool. Right by the Marta station and surrounded by good restaurants.