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This overwhelmingly expansive complex, that began as the Thunderbird Drive-in Theater in 1963, has grown over the years to offer guests more than just a film viewing experience. A farmer's market, a 14-screen drive-in movie theater, a games arcade and food court are just a few of the other attractions and activities found at Swap Shop. For the shopaholics, of course, this is the paradise you may never want to leave, as this is one of the largest flea markets in the entire state, perhaps in the country!
Established in 2005, Big Apple Books moved to its present location in 2012. This tiny treasure trove of books has shelves laden with almost all genres of books, DVDs, CDs and vinyl LPs. Search through the racks to find your favorite book or song and you will definitely come up with something that you will cherish. From new books to used ones, everything is fairly priced and in good condition.
Head over to the Oakwood Plaza for a shopping spree that won't leave you broke. This massive shopping center boasts a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options, including national retailers like Ross Dress for Less, Marshalls and Payless ShoeSource, restaurants like Sal's, Sweet Tomatoes and Red Lobster, and Regal Cinemas. Oakwood Plaza is conveniently located just a short walking distance from a number of hotels and motels.
Offering more than 125 stores from large to small, this shopping mall is anchored by four department stores: Macy's, Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears. Enclosed and air-conditioned, Broward Mall is also home to camera and video shops, clothing stores for men, women and children, home furnishings specialists, a luggage shop, many shoe stores, and shoe and jewelry repair experts. Mid-priced items are the mall's specialties.
Located near Hollywood's bustling central area, Yellow Green Farmers Market is one of the city's most popular farmer markets that only open during weekends. The market was formed by a community of locally-based artisans and traders, who wished to encourage sustainable living by bridging the gap between the producer and the consumer. Whether you're shopping for edibles, fresh produce, cosmetics or home decor they've got it all.
When Tate Ottati opened the store in 1993 at the age of 17, he stocked it with all his favorite graphic novels, comics and toys, and even today, Tate's Comics is a reflection of his personal tastes. The collection has expanded drastically, and now includes anime, horror movies, books on pop culture and lots more. TATE's Gaming Satellite, situated just a short distance away, has an excellent selection of games and lots of room to enjoy them. The store houses an art gallery and also plays host to signings and other exciting events.