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Southdale Center, Edina

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Shopping Mall
Southdale Center is anchored by jcpenney, Macy's and Herberger's, and also features stores such as Madewell, Michael Kors, Sephora and Francesca's Collections. Dining options range from Panda Express to Smashburger. Southdale Center is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • The Mall that started it all is going through renovation with new stores and renovations that create an atmosphere of shopping the large and small. It is a new and fresh approach to give anyone a choi...  more »
  • The south dale center is very easy to get to and has plenty of things to do whether you go to the cheese cake factory or to a movie. Also the stores and bathrooms are very clean along with the food co...  more »
  • .... or so I've been informed. Surprised to see a fairly large and well serviced mall within driving distance of the Mall of America. All the typical US outlets are here, Bath and Bodyworks, Macey's. ...  more »
  • This mall has great stores in it and is easy to get around. Unfortunately, being so close to The Mall of America, it's tough to compete. I would rather come to Southdale for a movie than MOA because it's much easier to get in and out of. Also, there are tons of restaurants in the area and a few decent options in the mall too.
  • Visited this location to go to Dave and Busters. After having come from MOA, this place was relaxing, clean and easy to navigate. Stores are great, atmosphere was good and parking was good.
  • This is an historic theater, preserved in its original art deco style, and is perfectly grand. There is only one screen which means that seating is abundant and spacious. It is by far the most beautiful theater in the area worth a visit just for the architecture alone. As an independent theater, it shows films after the main runs are over, and compensates for the delay with tremendous discounts. Matinee prices are two dollars and evenings are three. If you don't need to see a film the first weekend of its release, you can't go wrong waiting for it to arrive here. Parking is street only (no lot) but generally you can find space within a block or two. The theater generally shows different movies in the afternoon and evening with runs of a week or so each, so keep an eye on the schedule if there is something you're waiting for.
  • The nations first enclosed mall. It has none of the personality that it opened with. Bland whiteness everywhere. Fish pond gone. Birds gone. Dining in the courtyard gone. However, they have brought a lot of good dining places (PF Chang's is my only favorite here, the rest are mediocre and The Cheese Cake Factory is down right horrible). Plenty of shops for you to go to. No need to go to the largest mall in America
  • Well kept, clean and modern. A wide variety of clothing and home-decor stores. Well suited for shopping, large food court with several fast food options.