Yes, it is just a shopping mall, but it is attractively laid out, and has some very nice shops: Ann Taylor, Forever 21, Banana Republic, Coach, Brooks Brothers, Loft, Michael Kors, to name just a few. The mall is laid out on four levels with a large central atrium and connected with central escalators. On the fourth level is a small food court with McDonalds, Sbarro and a few others. There's a Starbucks on level two.
What makes the Gallery unusual is that on level three there is an open air walkway that crosses Pratt Street and enters the Pratt Street Pavilion of Harborplace where there are touristy-type shops and a number of restaurants, such as Uno Chicago Grill, Tir Na Nog, Edo Sushi and Five Guys Burgers. From there you can take a short walk to the Light Street Pavilion of Harborplace. Here you'll find H&M, Urban Outfitters and more restaurants such as Bubba Gump Shrimp, Hooters, Noodles and Company, and Johnny Rockets.
Of course, all of this overlooks the Inner Harbor with its many attractions. Put it all together and you get a great place to spend the day, especially in warmer weather. Ya done good, Balmor!!
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