decent galleria with 3 floors of shopping goodness. So since this is the closets galleria to my hometown, I'd say it's pretty good. 3 floors of good, but then again pretty standard stores. I do like that their H&M (basically my favorite/only store I frequent) is 2 really big floors with a Men and Women's section, and is organized better than other H&M's. Beyond clothes they have a Best Buy, a Borders Book Store, and chain restaurants like the Cheesecake Factory and the California Pizza Kitchen. The only thing I don't like is that, for a shopping center, this galleria is pretty far away from the city/heart of the shopping district (it's also not even in Cambridge, which makes the title sound misleading). You have to take the green line to Lechemere, which is basically a crappy location for most people to travel to. The only other thing relatively close to the area is the Museum of Science. But all in all, a decent place to shop if you're tired of walking up and down Newbury Street and need cheaper alternative stores all in one location.
A breath of fresh air among Boston-area malls for its reasonable prices, array of choices and inexpensive parking..
The emphasis at the Galleria is on mainstream choices with prices that won't send you into shock. H&M, Borders and Best Buy share space with The Gap and Guess. There's a large food court, as well as a Cheesecake Factory and California Pizza Kitchen. And what would a mall be without a J. Crew and Banana Republic?
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