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Pheasant Lane Mall, Nashua

(3.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Pheasant Lane Mall is home over 135 stores including Apple, Dick's Sporting Goods, Sephora and Coach. Dining options include Joe's American Bar & Grill and Red Robin. Pheasant Lane Mall is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • The mall's border runs right on the border of Massachusetts and tax-free New Hampshire. There is an Apple store, which I actually go there and went, and such widespread brand type of Banana Republic and VS, sports goods. But nothing sverhinteresnogo and unusual there, go-just for the sake of lack of tax.
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  • If you just want to cross the border to avoid sales tax, this mall has all the basics: Sears, Penneys, and a two story Target. The smaller stores include the usual standbys of the Northeast, with a fa...  more »
  • Have been visiting it for many years since it close to the place where an annual convention is held. It is a fairly big mall with a great variety of shops, but also a bit aged. But it is a good place ...  more »
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  • Everything you don't need. Ofcourse it's a mall, so don't expect to find any good prices. But I guess it's fun to look at $100 pair of pants and pretend you'll be rich someday? The free WiFi is slow AF. The food court is decent though! 3 stars because I caught a Porygon in the cafeteria.
  • Awesome mall. The location makes it busy; very close to MA. (Not necessarily a good thing for those who want a nice shopping experience!) But good mall. Very clean, well laid out, and lots of stores on two levels. Food court could have more options. Or maybe I mean "fewer crappy options". Still, one of my fairies malls.
  • Good selection of stores and very well kept but the food court is seriously lacking. 3 Chinese / Japanese restaurants is too many even if one of them is disguised as a Texas BBQ place!
  • I have had so many memories with this mall. My father, being top tier management there for years, had left for reasons not disclosed here. The best mall in New England, not for the stores, but for life long friendships that I had made there, working for Appleseed, my first job. For those complaining about security being overprotective and the housekeeping not good, you don't understand. I practically lived in that mall, and I did for a day due to an overnight shift when a snowstorm hit in 2013. Alas, a legacy of my childhood has now come to pass, to anybody reading this, say hello to all the housekeeping and security for me, and tell Paul the Security Guard and Alberto the ex housekeeper, now Dairy Queen ice cream making extraordinaire that I miss them so.
  • They've actually done a good job of keeping most of the mall full with stores but it's still nothing g special