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Tyrone Square Mall, St. Petersburg

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
Tyrone Square Mall features Dillard's, DSW, Macy's, JC Penney and Sears, as well as more than 170 specialty stores. Dining options include Bonefish Grill, Lee Roy Selmon's, Hooter's, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, Red Robin and Ruby Tuesday. Tyrone Square Mall is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • In this mall fits everything, shops, prices, crowd, perfect for a rainy day. We were already at 10 am there, since it was swept as empty. At lunchtime, it was always full. The food court is the hammer for each taste something. Prices are on average, slightly similar to in other Mall BB´s, there are also bargain.
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  • This mall is really nice. Visitors friendly. Great stores in a great area. Ample parking. Lot of stores I didn't know about and not in the Atlanta area. 
  • Loved this mall! Perfect location, only 10 min from our rental. My husband was in heaven when he found a store " Lids" that had everything he could possibly want for his favorite team #GoPatriots!!!!!...  read more »
  • Ever since I was a toddler, I have been going to this mall. I find that this mall usually has more promotional sales than any other mall around here! The mall has a simple T design which allows consumers to easily walk around the mall and shop. There are many stores and my favorite part..... Two Auntie Annes, one on each side of the mall. If you're in the area this is definitely a mall that should be checked out!
  • Tyrone Square Mall have a huge parking lot surrounding it, so its easy to find a good parking spot. Good Restaurants very well distributed, it has a food court and separated restaurants area. Hooters, Red Robin, etc. Lots of stores, its a good mall overall, best and biggest in St Pete, FL.
  • I would go to Tyrone mall every weekend when Borders was there. I"m not much of a shopper-I buy my clothes at thrift shops,nowadays cds and books and dvds thru Amazon. Yeah, Barnes and Noble is across the steet, but I still prefer Borders. I visited the food court for first time in years on Memorial day. Sbarros gone replaced by Burger King. Boring. Also there was a Subway and a Hooters in food court. That's like Anywhere'd think the people in charge of leasing would want more interesting food choices than, um, BURGER KING? SUBWAY? CHICK FIL A? How about some inexpensive Indian food, Jamaican food, some street tacos with unusual items like barbacoa, mole etc?
  • I'm not too big at going to the mall anymore but I can say even after almost a year of not being their they still surprise me. I've seen no sign of trash on the ground, no filthy bathrooms, and not a single broken light bulb or even a lost item. Recently its been so clean you'd think the chairs just magically put themselves away, haha. Other than how it looks I found great employees throughout this mall, great service, and plenty of selection to go through. Most malls I've been to while traveling still haven't been as good as this one to me.
  • I was giving this a 5 star rating because it first showed me the Best Buy story behind Tyrone Square Mall so that's what I was given the five star rating on. Tyrone Square Mall I haven't been there or in there in about 10 or more years so I couldn't really tell u what it's like.
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