St. Johns Town Center, Jacksonville
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
St. Johns Town Center features 175 retailers and restaurants, including stores like Dillard's, Apple, Pottery Barn, Tiffany & Co., Barnes & Noble, Louis Vuitton, Cole Haan, DSW Show Warehouse and Ann Taylor. Dining options include The Capital Grille, The Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen and Cantina Laredo. St. Johns Town Center is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).By using our Jacksonville vacation generator, you can arrange your visit to St. Johns Town Center and other attractions in Jacksonville.
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This place is awesome! Plenty of parking spaces, shops and food. The only thing is that you might need to move your car from one place to another because it isn't suitable for walking so much.
Been here many times - there is a broad spectrum of shopping opportunities and places to eat. Traffic flow is smooth - lovely park to enjoy in front of mangiones . We got to sit on one of the couches ... read more »
Esse Town Center é muito gostoso. Além de ter muitas lojas excelentes o locar é super "aconchegante". Além disso, tem muitos restaurantes, não só os das redes tradicionais, mas muitos bem acima da méd... read more »This Town Center is very nice. In addition to many excellent shops, the lease is very "cozy". In addition, it has many restaurants, not only the traditional networks, but many well above average. In addition, a Hotel in the Town Center, who are visiting in order to spend the day shopping, is an excellent choice!show original
Fantastic service: above and beyond in every respect, and extremely helpful in answering tech questions and when needed, sourcing parts, helping out with tuning, etc. Just a joy to visit and always something new and interesting. My own cyclocross bike from there has held up to rides from coast to coast, Cape Cod to California, Florida to Colorado. Friendly, informative, and really into bikes and bringing more people into the sport and enjoyment of being on two wheels. It took over a year for me to decide to buy a bike from them; they far exceeded any hopes and expectations from day one. I hate to mention price, because they're too low to believe, which sometimes, I think, holds people back from even picking up the phone; if you've done your research and know the bike business, you'd expect to pay a lot more. From first time beginner of any age, to pro level rider, they've got you covered.
I love this place for the restaurants and just walking around with family, but I find myself going less because Forever 21 is gone and it feels like there is nothing to do out there now. That was the only "hip and trendy" clothing store there. Now theres just high priced stores. I dont like Ross, so there are no reasonable places to shop there now. Im so sad Forever 21 is gone.
SJTC is my favorite place to shop in Jacksonville. Whether it's clothes, Christmas gifts, hike/camping gear, electronics, you name it- I can find it somewhere in SJTC. I love having so many options. After shopping I like to go to Cantina Laredo, Zoe's Kitchen, or Chicken Salad Chick for lunch/dinner.
Very busy and parking can be tricky. One of the better places to shop in Jax since they have a wide variety of stores/restaurants within walking distance of each other.
Easy parking. Good walking by the stores on the main shopping street. Everything else is just too much spread out. Traffic nightmare in and out. I am avoiding this mall whenever I can. Upscale Wannabees galore. All corporate junk for the masses. Horrible in the summer at 95 degrees.
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