Yes, there are MANY choices of stores. A number of them seem to have mostly sub-standard products OR pricing that is either not that discounted or deceptive. The Hilfiger outlet was the worst. Signs ALL OVER announcing 30% off and then at the register, oh, that one color is NOT included. Ralph Lauren had 40% off signs and the discount was maybe 15% and I was told that this one item was already marked its lowest. Ecco had USED sneakers that were still $75 (really??). The staff at many stores was rude or indifferent (a sign of the times perhaps). Off fifth used to be one of my favorites but staff seemed bored and wishing we would all just go away. A few stores were very nice (talbots, tumi, and clark shoes, j,. crew -very nice discounts too). Ruby Tuesday has the monopoly on food unless you drive over to near bloomingdales...they were very nice and there really were some healthy choices which is important to me, especially when shopping, not to fill up on greasy, sugary food. It seems another restaurant would clean up here! Wm. Sonoma had about 100 people in line and only 2 check out people - duh? There are many bathrooms and they were clean which is nice and the AAA discount is good but some stores do not offer any discount or you need to spend at least $100. All in all...disappointing. I'd rather wait for the sales on the more current fashions at department stores such as Bloomingdales and Nordstrom or even save gas and give local small businesses the boost. Is it really worth it to save just a few bucks?