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Shopping and Dining

When it comes to shopping and dining in this suburban region, residents and guests are assured to find what they are looking for. Glendale Heights is spotted with a number of small convenience shopping centers, which are located in proximity to virtually every neighborhood, as well as a variety of restaurants ready to serve even the pickiest of diners. Large, nationally recognized establishments are mixed with locally owned enterprises, offering the area big-city selections. And with its excellent location near vital expressways and arterial roadways, residents can take advantage of nearby shopping and dining hotspots.

Within minutes of Glendale Heights are major retail centers, offering a wide range of goods under one roof. Located just down the road is Stratford Square Mall, a 1.1 million-square-foot regional mall anchored by six department stores—Burlington Coat Factory, Carson Pirie Scott, JCPenney, Kohl’s, Macy’s and Sears. Stratford Square Mall houses a wealth of retailers and service-oriented businesses, ranging from apparel, beauty services, books and gifts to home furnishings, jewelry, music, shoes and toys. In addition to all of the shopping options, the mall features a large food court, with tenants offering hot dogs, pizza, deli sub sandwiches, ethnic foods and more, along with a newly renovated movie theater—Cinemark Century Theatres.

Woodfield Mall is also close by. Woodfield hails as one of the largest malls in the nation and is among one of the top tourist attractions in Illinois. Nearly 300 stores, including major tenants Nordstrom, Macy’s, Lord & Taylor, JCPenney, and Sears, line the walls of Woodfield. When it comes to finding a specific product, shoppers can rest assured that Woodfield has it. A multitude of quick-fix eateries and delicious sit-down restaurants with menus that run the gamut of delectable offerings are conveniently sprinkled throughout the mall as well.

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