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Come during the week and you usually are able to find decent parking close to the shop or restaurant you want to visit. Come by on the weekend and / or holiday and get ready for combat parking, where even old people jet in front...More
A very neat little fun area for the kiddos. We visited on a Saturday afternoon and there wasn't a lot of people. The lines were short, and the ticket prices were reasonable. Kids 2 years and younger are able to go on the rides for...More
Had just had dinner in the area and was driving back to the hotel. Ran across Nut Tree Plaza and wanted to stop in. Although there are a number of chain stores in the plaza there are many that are not. Really neat to see...More
OK - I was thinking ice cream and Fenton's is at Nut Tree Plaza.
The toasted almond with carmel sundae was superb.
But once there, we wandered through the stores too and had fun shopping.
There is a variety of cafes and restaurants.
Reading reviews here about the original Nut Tree, it seems most reviewers miss the Nut Tree's uniqueness of being a locally owned, one-of-a-kind, non-corporate owned business. Having never visited the original Nut Tree, I do not have the nostalgic clouding that some reviewers have for...More
I remember the Nut Tree in the 80s as a kid--The Pumpkin Patch and the train rides. I miss the ol' days! The scarecrow contests and hay fever! Don't get me wrong, new Nut Tree is a great shopping area with lots to do; eat,...More
This review actually covers several visits to the Nut Tree Plaza complex. In the plaza, and across the street are a variety of excellent restaurants. These are not the high end type of restaurant, but rather, great restaurants for travelers and families. Panera's is one...More