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Old 10-18-2008, 06:50 PM
 
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I've been trying to find out some of the names of some of the outlet stores at Hot Springs Outlet Mall. Haven't had much luck so far. Would appreciate any information about where I can find out what stores are located at the Outlet Mall. We are planning a weekend to Hot Springs in a few weeks to do some shopping.
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Old 10-19-2008, 12:35 PM
 
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I just moved from Hot Springs and I think the main outlet mall there is called Temperance Hill Square. It's not huge or anything but that might help you out. They don't have an old navy outlet or anything like that.
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Old 10-20-2008, 11:10 AM
 
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Temperence Hill doesn't have much in it. Cornerstone has Old Navy, Goody's, Belk, TJMaxx, Office Depot, Lowe's, Kirklands, Pier1, Dressbarn, Chicos, Shoe Carnival, Hibbet Sports, amoung other. It also has several places to have a sit down and eat meal. The Hot Springs Mall has all your regulars such as Dillards, Sears, and JCPenney, plus others. Hope this helps!
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Old 10-20-2008, 04:41 PM
 
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Just be sure and eat at Whole Hog BBQ when you go to the outlet mall!

Yumm!!
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Old 10-20-2008, 10:18 PM
 
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Whole Hog is in Hot Springs now? When did that happen?
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Old 10-22-2008, 08:44 AM
 
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I never go, but the Outlet mall has Chef Paul's restaurant waaaaay in the back. It is like entering a high class NYC eatery--you almost get jet lag it's so fancy. That is, fancy for Hot Springs. It's the most expensive place to eat in town.
I can't tell you the names of the other stores because, as I said, I never go there. Seems like I've been in a Callaway Golf store there (clothing mostly) but everything was too small for me. Just south of the outlet on the same side of the street is a "new" large Chinese buffet we go to quite a bit called New China. It is back from the road; barely visible from your car. The mall is across the street and how it stays open is beyond me. It's all carpeted inside; it's nice but you get the feeling that no one buys anything. It has
a Corn Dog place, a pizza joint , a candy store and an El Chico's. I usually gain 2 lbs when I go to the mall.
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Old 10-22-2008, 09:27 AM
 
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I never go, but the Outlet mall has Chef Paul's restaurant waaaaay in the back. It is like entering a high class NYC eatery--you almost get jet lag it's so fancy. That is, fancy for Hot Springs. It's the most expensive place to eat in town.
I can't tell you the names of the other stores because, as I said, I never go there. Seems like I've been in a Callaway Golf store there (clothing mostly) but everything was too small for me. Just south of the outlet on the same side of the street is a "new" large Chinese buffet we go to quite a bit called New China. It is back from the road; barely visible from your car. The mall is across the street and how it stays open is beyond me. It's all carpeted inside; it's nice but you get the feeling that no one buys anything. It has
a Corn Dog place, a pizza joint , a candy store and an El Chico's. I usually gain 2 lbs when I go to the mall.

Is Chef Paul's still there? I was thinking it was not. El Chico for sure is gone in the Mall and has been replaced by Don Juan's..yuck!
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Old 10-22-2008, 10:05 AM
 
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BOTH are gone?? How depressing when businesses fail. The Radio Shack in front of the village Walmart closed as did that sandwich shop next to it that we liked. Brain fog. Can't think of the name. WE NEED MUCH MORE RESTAURANTS IN THIS TOWN. I really miss the fabulous places to eat in Tyler, Texas.
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Old 10-22-2008, 09:12 PM
 
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BOTH are gone?? How depressing when businesses fail. The Radio Shack in front of the village Walmart closed as did that sandwich shop next to it that we liked. Brain fog. Can't think of the name. WE NEED MUCH MORE RESTAURANTS IN THIS TOWN. I really miss the fabulous places to eat in Tyler, Texas.
Tyler? Really?

Hot Springs is WAY smaller than Tyler but I always thought it had a pretty impressive array of restaurants for a town of 35,000. It's closer in size to Nacogdoches.

Temperance Hill was built as an outlet mall but never really took off as one and gradually most of the outlets moved out. Do they even have a true outlet left?

The nearest "real" outlet malls are in DFW, Branson, and to a lesser extent Tunica.
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Old 10-23-2008, 07:03 AM
 
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Tyler? Really?

Hot Springs is WAY smaller than Tyler but I always thought it had a pretty impressive array of restaurants for a town of 35,000. It's closer in size to Nacogdoches.

Temperance Hill was built as an outlet mall but never really took off as one and gradually most of the outlets moved out. Do they even have a true outlet left?

The nearest "real" outlet malls are in DFW, Branson, and to a lesser extent Tunica.

Ok there is a new HUGE outlet type mall systems somewhere in NWA.... Promenade in Bentonville. It's really nice and has MANY great stores. It's set up kind of like the system in Branson by the lake...like your walking through a town of shops.

Last edited by RTTNFAM; 10-23-2008 at 07:10 AM.. Reason: Remember the mall name lol
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