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Shops At Pembroke Gardens, Pembroke Pines

(4.4/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
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  • This Mall more than fun than shopping with more than 10 restaurants almost every fast food but quality improved considerably to the city although also became close to several sites and the area is without a doubt a nice place and convenient
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  • This is a lovely open-air "mall". Really more like a main street of a small town with shops, cafes and bars on both sides. It sits right off of I-75 and Pines Boulevard and has become a 'go-to' place ...  more »
  • What a lovely day with great temps to be walking outside. It was almost time for the shops to open and it was a beautiful day. We strolled along sipping coffee and visited a few stores. The Pembroke G...  more »
  • LOVE going here! The restaurants are some of the best around. Village Tavern is excellent as is The Pub and Ra. Moderately priced. There is a Chico's and a Soma- 2 of my favorite stores. It is an outside mall- very nice for strolling. On Sundays they host a farmers market with Fresh made Olive Oils, Herbs, Hand crafted items and fruits & Veggies. Go shopping and then get a bite. The parking can be tough- there is valet at a couple of places.
  • Love it here even though it can be a bit hard to find a place to park it is a great place to find good shops and good places to eat, and on Sundays they have the farmers market to add a bit more variety.
  • Food trucks and sidewalk food vendors make me feel like I've stepped off a cruise ship and into a 3rd world country. This mall used to be classy and contemporary and the stores here are still great, but if I wanted this type of street side sideshow I would go to Little Havana. A won't see this at Shops at Merrick Park in Coral Gables. If the owners and visitors wish to keep this mall from becoming less than upper scale, get rid of the unnecessary additions like these vendors. They detract, they don't add, and I don't want to feel like I'm stopped at a traffic signal instead of shopping at a nice mall.
  • Shopping and restaurants. Good one's too! It's Florida, so the weather can turn on you at any moment, but other than that this is a great location.
  • A lot of stores and restaurants. Although to be fair, it's an outdoor mall so it has to have these things. It's hard to speak about the mall collectively without putting the shops into consideration. Which is why I gave it 4 stars. It has stores I like, and there are otherwise no complaints. EXCEPT. Just like every mall, parking is a big deal. But man, parking here is pretty bad. There is parking out in front of the stores, and there is parking behind the stores. BOTH areas are a pain to find parking, although to be fair, that's only on weekends. Other than that, the mall is great. A lot of traffic, by car and pedestrian, but it's great.