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St. Louis Outlet Mall, Hazelwood
(1.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • There are hardly any stores in this outlet mall. Lots of shops are empty. Cabelas is the only good store here. 
  • This was a very large, very nice, very vacaint building. Don't know what happened but the only places with people in them were the ice rink and Cabela's. A ghost town on a nice Saturday evening. 
  • Too bad this mall is just dying on the vine. Good location but hasn't found the right "identity" for thriving. When Bed, Bath and Beyond left, there wasn't much point in me going anymore. Sorry! Hope ...  more »
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  • I was shocked at the state of this mall. Nearly all the good stores are gone, the few left are having store closing sales. No one was here and it's literally a ghost town. My kids did have lots of fun at the indoor playground and with one of the kids shopping carts. Also the children's place is pretty much he only store there that's still alive.
  • A lot of the stores are closed down and somehow my family and I always find these types of malls. I read some reviews and apparently I did not read enough. The place is a complete ghost town. It was a perfect place out of the heat to let the kids run around and not have to worry about them running into people. The playground is a little rundown and my 2 year old almost jumped off a 10-15 foot high place which was very easy for him to climb up on. It was more fun letting them run around through the empty corridors of the mall. The place has a skate park, Ice rink, Cabellas and some other stores. I wish I had brought my skateboard with me. If you are looking for a mall with more than 2 places to eat and more than 5 stores then this is not the place for you.
  • This place used to be where it's at, it is a ghost of it's former glory. Really sad, as it was an epicenter of my childhood, it's a shame because the Mall was supposed to replace the Ford plant that started outsourcing overseas circa 2006... Shoddy management has run this place into the dirt; the food court is dead, sans for Panda Express, Sbarro, and Haagan Daz (Grammar...), can't believe even Burger King and Subway left!!! The movie theater is still there (For now), but GameStop, Nike, Bed Bath & Beyond, Books A Million, Payless, Marshall's, the Arcade, and Nascar have all abdicated, with talks that The Blues will stop practicing there 2017/2018 (Shudders)..... Hot Topic and Spencer's are still hanging in there, as are Children's Place, Ross, and Putting Edge (I saw the gate closed during normal business hours one day; not sure why, but they're still open as of 9/24/16). The last thing irking me is that they make such a game/excuse with public Wi-Fi: ''Simon'' and ''St. Louis Outlet Mall'' networks still appear on nearby networks list, they are unaccessible because ''management can't afford to pay for it'', then they have an open ''Spectrum'' network that requires log in credentials that literally none of the staff have access to. Putting Edge, strangely, is the ONLY place in the Mall with public Wi-Fi, coverage extends from said attraction, to it's surrounding lot, part of the food court, and 1 of the theater entrances. When I go around inquiring the businesses about this, everyone's confused and rude as sh*t about it, nobody has their passwords, not even attraction's management, it's like speaking a different tongue to these people. The snobby brats at Hot Topic led me in the right direction, claiming that Charter and management forced all of the businesses to start paying for their own Wi-Fi, and then they tried to score points off of me like the bunch of bored Plebs that they are; like I haven't lived here my whole life, like I'm not completely aware of the Mall's decline and the consequences that this entails for Hazelwood's Economy!!! A shame, there was a Nirvana shirt that I thought was cool there. If the staff there wasn't complete garbage, or would've been decent and hospitable about explaining the Wi-Fi, I probably would've bought it with the intention of helping the Mall out; I'd rather those kids get fired, their response was really THAT agitating, it is obvious that their parents forced them to find a job to pay for their petty personal expenses, should've thrown an Invader Zim button at her fat head on my way out!!!!! That's what I don't get: Charter, lowers the rate, if they put a password and block public access!!??? That is outrageously inaccurate; most of these places are shops, or stores. Public Wi-Fi can attract customers; especially when you're the only one on the block doing so and everybody else is a d*ck about it, that can only help with sales, people like me view you as the lone human in a sea of monsters!!! That generosity can go a long way: As you've enticed me into browsing your store with your kindness, I may find some things that catch my eye. Even if the tag is a little high, I remember the rough times facing the Mall and the Proprietor's kindness with the Wi-Fi access, and so these things cause me to fork over the cash and bring home the merchandise!!! Tldr: The Mall's rough economic situation is NOT an excuse to be a d*ck about Wi-Fi, business owners are acting this way on purpose because they think the Mall is dead and that nobody goes there anymore, save some money for about a year or so, the Mall's tenants clearly know more about the Mall's future than the city's tax payers do, and like Management they wish to leave us in the dark... It's the Far-Right's wet dream: Right now, a gun shop is the only thing separating this Mall from the fate of Northwest Plaza and Jamestown Mall before it.....
  • The Hazelwood cops suck balls with they racist selfs. Mall used to be very nice. But higher rent drove stores away. Nice place to go for a walk though. If you like walking around ghost towns.
  • Great stores. Not overly crowded. Selections in all price ranges. Very clean. Beautifully designed food court. Nice play area for children.