....or morning or evening. :D
I'm not happy about having to pay for parking anymore (first hour is free before 10pm, one dollar per hour after that), but it's still a nice place to shop. I can't possibly list all the stores and restaurants, so here's their web http://www.cityplace.com/index.asp for more info on that.
The web site is pretty cool. You can find out future events and promotions going on, buy gift cards online, and of course, view all the stores and restaurants (they're linked).
Aside from the web site for more information, CityPlace itself is a nice place to hang out before or after dinner, or before or after a movie. Countless of times we went to CityPlace to have lunch by the fountains, enjoy dessert from Starbucks, and then walk around to window shop. We've also enjoyed hanging out at Barnes and Noble after our movie and browse the shelves and/or enjoy a snack at the coffee bar. They have a really good chicken panini.
The only thing I have to complain about is that they don't have any cheap places to eat. They used to have a hot dog joint right by the fountains (which wasn't exactly cheap, but cheaper than a sit down restaurant. And quicker too.) and I was sad to see it close. Don't get me wrong, they have a lot of great restaurants, but nothing that's as quick and tasty as a street dog. But then again, these weren't the same as street dogs either -- they were bordering on trying to be gourmet.
They have a pizza joint, but that's not close to the fountains where all the action is. (Besides, Pizza Girls on Clematis is *way* better!)
I guess worse comes to worse and you didn't pack a lunch and don't want to sit down at one of the restaurants, you can always walk up to the Publix and buy something there. They also have outdoor seating, but it's just not as nice watching cars and the trolley go by as it is watching the fountain run, people walking by, and the sound of kids running and laughing.