Very modern and slick. Fun to browse. So big there is a cafeteria in the furniture store. and its good...we ate lunch there.
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What to buy: Any kind of furniture. Most furniture is not assembled; you put it together. However it is good quality furniture with great design. The assembly directions have no words; it is all cartoon drawings. However, having assembled about nine different pieces, I can say that they are more clearly crafted than most directions using words, in fact it is fun putting the furniture together.
What to pay: reasonable prices, much less than traditional furniture store prices.
I'd like to start telling you about the food court at this outlet mall. The choices are decent. I'm comparing it to the one at San Marcos, to be honest. OK, now on to the other things. For the list of shops, refer to the website. There are more stores opening. Farberware is one of the upcoming ones; renovation works are ongoing as I saw today. I think this outlet will expand further in time to come. As much as I like to shop, I hope it will not get too big like the one at San Marcos.
What I also like about this outlet is that, there are restaurants nearby. Chilli's, La Madeline... and a little further away by car, Chuy's, Denny's and Rudy's. What rocks? Cinemark (Theatre) is very close by from the outlet. One can have the option to catch a movie or simply grab some popcorn on the way.
I've never seen this place overly crowded, not even during the weekends or during the holiday seasons. Which is cool.
Summer is hot in Texas right? For someone like me who's from the tropical country, I dare say summer does get really hot during summer. So, bring a pair of shades when you're zipping in and out of the stores. Ladies, bring a rubber band to tie up your hair. And then, shop till your heart's content!
A LARGE STORE WITH A GREAT wine selection, also you can make your own mixed six-pack of imported beers at a reasonable price, lots of home decor items and gourmet food items.
What to buy: AS FOR ME, I ALWAYS GET THE ANCHOVY-STUFFED GREEN OLIVES! YUM! And we shop for our favorite wines here as well.
What to pay: pretty reasonable prices.
IT IS A HUGE, SPRAWLING PLACE divided into departments. Its really interesting to poke around in there and see what you find.
What to buy: WE GOT A GOOD DEAL ON A BIRD BATH AND OUTDOOR FLOWER POTS. My sister-in-law got some silk flowers for arrangements.
What to pay: THERE ARE SOME PRETTY LOW PRICES on items.
Red's is not actually in Round Rock. It is located in the nearby town of Pflugerville. It has an indoor range where you can test fire or just practice with your weapons. My wife was terrified of hanguns until I took her there and showed her how to shoot.
What to buy: GUNS GUNS GUNS!
What to pay: Market prices. We spent an hour at the range, rented two handguns and shot 3 boxes of ammo. It came out to about $100.00
When Round Rock really started expanding, the land across the highway from Dell's headquarters really started booming with the ability to serve the 18000 employees that are currently employed there. What started out as a Wal-mart and a couple of other small convienence stores grew into one of the largest shopping areas not considered a mall in the country. Now there is everything from a World Market to a Maggie Moo's!
What to buy: Just about anything you would need.
pretty upscale, We like the Crocs footware store and the Texas gift store, which is pictured in this tip.
What to buy: Texas coffee mugs, shirts, etc.
What to pay: quite reasonable