We all have favorite malls. Sometimes this mall is close to where you live. Sometimes it’s close to where you work. Maybe it’s near where your kids go to school or the neighborhood in which you grew up.
Most malls have the same stores, more or less. And yet we still have preferences. That’s because your favorite mall reveals the deepest, darkest secrets of your soul.
So tell us which mall you go to the most, and we’ll tell you something about yourself that you might not want to admit.
And you’ll know we’re right.
You have a high tolerance for traffic congestion, and your kids want to ride the slide.
Bal Harbour Shops
You are not here for the sales.
Brickell City Centre
You’re walking your miniature designer dog and you’re not going to pick up the poop.
You happened to be in Coconut Grove, and you forgot how crappy this mall is. To be fair, they are re-doing the entire thing.
You’re basic but in a good way. And you’re not too proud to eat at The Cheesecake Factory.
You came from another country, you’re on your way to the airport, and you are a competitive shopper.
You’re too lazy to go to Dadeland and too classy to go to Southland.
Lincoln Road Mall
You’re entertaining out-of-town guests.
Mall of the Americas
You need to renew your driver’s license.
Miami International Mall
They have a MAC, NYX and Sephora. If you’re here, you are probably low on lipstick.
The Palms at Town & Country
You’ve been in Kendall too long. This isn’t a mall. This is a strip plaza with a Marshall’s and a fountain.
Shops at Merrick Park
You are driving a Tesla or an Audi, and you have paid for but never attended at least three SoulCycle classes.
Shops at Sunset Place
You are 17 years old.
You’re going to yet another kids’ birthday party at Jumparoos.
It’s your abuela’s birthday, and the whole family is taking her to Los Ranchos.