Why drive across town?.
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing gets better every time I visit! I know the big malls like Polaris and Easton are great for tourists, but I love Tuttle. It has almost all the stores you'd find at the other shopping centers and you don't have to drop $4 in gas just to get there.
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing just turned 10 years old and many of the stores are remodeling. If you haven't been there recently, check it out. Everything looks so fresh and modern. They're also getting a lot of new stores. Tuttle is now a Simon Mall (they own more than 300 malls in the country!) and they're getting some great new stores like Aerie, Bare Escentuals, Charlotte Russe and Perfumania.
I heard rumors about some more national restaurants coming to the food court so I'm excited to see what will be open on my next visit!
Bigger does mean better at this upscale Dublin mall.. Big The Mall at Tuttle Crossing is huge. It's so huge that: there's not one but two Bath and Body Works stores; Marshall Field's has its own elevators; there are five ATMs scattered throughout the mall; and walking the mall (weekdays from 7am to 10 am) is considered exercise.
Quality Most of the stores are much larger than their other locations in town, and carry a wider variety of merchandise. And you'll find swanky shops. This is where the other half shops, and picks up a pricey cigar at The Tinder Box after being fitted for a suit at Christian St. John.
Eats Panera Bread is seemingly always busy, with sandwiches, baked goods and coffee drinks. The food court is big and has a Sbarro and an aptly named Hot Dog on a Stick.