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Visiting Plaza Palomino is like taking a step back in time in your favorite European city. The connecting courtyards are cool and inviting with a.number of restaurants and small shops to pick from. Visit Maya's for gorgeous dresses or Cafe Francais for breakfast then Viva...More
The mall looks relatively new and has an open air concept. Thoughtthey might have some unique shops but most store fronts were vacant. Others were offices(stock Brokers,etc),Bridal,one shoe store,and a nice antique store. Upscale French and a taco diner type restaurant. Not worth going to...More
This is not really a shopping center, as there are so few stores. But as a Plaza, it is beautiful. There are fountains, and benches, and greenery and courtyards. It's almost like a park. There used to be the best stationary store here once upon...More
Over the years, I have watched Plaza Palomino go from a vibrant, upscale mall with wonderful shops to almost a ghost mall with few customers and many empty stores. Even an update to facilities seems to have done little to attract more visitors. The only...More
Visited the plaza on the Evening, stopped at 2 of the bars, very nice place. The atmosphere of the area reminded me of the upscale areas in Scottsdale. Perfect place to take your friends and grab a bite to eat or a cocktail.
I was not impressed by this plaza. It was a small, dingy place with plain unattractive buildings and little decor. Only 3 shops, and a couple of white collar business.There were empty units and a cafe with no customers. It was lunch time and I...More