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Old 09-21-2015, 10:34 AM
 
Location: Kirkwood
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Originally Posted by thatsthejam View Post
Us people know the area and my family used to live there. The area has fallen down from what it was. People get robbed over there all the time!! Be careful, seriously. Look up the police reports for the area of you think we're talking and just making it all up.
Just like anywhere, people need to pay attention to what is going on around them.
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Old 09-22-2015, 02:13 PM
 
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What do you shop for? Irregular underwear?

I'm just kidding. But only kind of. The stores at Greenbriar are mostly pathetic.
Greenbriar has a Macy's. How is Macy's pathetic? I mostly go for Macy's and I do shop for underwear lol - mostly bras when they are on sale.

They also have a Burlington as stated below:

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I'm not really a mall goer but I like Greenbriar, it seems like less of a fashion show compared to other malls. Last time I was there, tax free weekend, the mall had a decent crowd and was not as packed as Southlake. Greenbriar seems to serve its neighborhood well and has stores that cater to its clientele. To me it seems to have understand it role. It is in a working class to middle income black area and the stores reflect that. And I absolutely love the Burlington. Better selection for bigger guys than Southlake and Old National ones.
Not a guy, but they do have a much better selection of clothes and coats at the Greenbriar Burlington than at other locations I have been to in metro Atlanta, including the ones in Clayton County I went too which had a poor selection of items IMO.

Catherine's sells the "Goddess Bra" which is a very nice under garment for us ladies who need those types of bras.

Also Ashley Stewart is one of my favorite stores, but I honestly liked the one at West End Mall better than at Greenbriar.

But again, I mostly went to Macy's. I don't like overly huge or overly crowded malls so I liked Greenbriar due to that. I also, contrary to what people stereotype it as, have never had an issue with crime there.

FWIW, I have frequented many malls in metro Atlanta, including many in Gwinnet, DeKalb, and Cobb counties and I preferred Greenbriar to them due to what I stated above.
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