The Mall At Fairfield Commons77 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: 2727 Fairfield Commons, Beavercreek, OH 45431, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-9374274300
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
The Mall at Fairfield Commons, also known as The Fairfield Commons Mall, is one of the oldest malls in Beavercreek. Built in 1993, the mall stays true to its original essence. When it first opened, it had 2 floors and featured 6 anchor stores and a food court. Not much has changed since then. While the number of stores may not have changed much, the mall has been refurbished from time to time to keep up with the changes in the market. It is situated in the most ideal location, with golf courts and entertainment complexes with close proximity.
How to Reach The Mall At Fairfield Commons
- Bus 01 to stop- Pentagon @ Commons
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The Mall At Fairfield Commons Reviews & Ratings
One of the best places in the area to go to if you're looking for a good time. The Fairfield commons is a large mall that has everything from a pet store to make up and video games. The food court is made up of two Asian restaurants, Chick Fil-A ( my personal favorite), Charley's Philly cheese steaks, pizza and a pretzel stand🥨. The mall is a great place to stop and just walk around and have fun. It is in a great area, where there are many things to do. The RAVE movie theater is across the street and so much more! 😊
Lots of stuff to do and shop for here. One of the anchor stores pulled out and very likely another to follow, but people still come to walk and talk and eat and shop. They had a really good store there a few years ago called UNUSUAL JACK'S, my favorite store. It used to be here for several months each year and then leave, but one year it never came back. Lotta cool and unusual stuff there, decorated my house with some of their merchandise. Anyhow...... this Mall has a food court and many neat stores, actually two floors of stores. Plenty of places to sit down if you get tired, too. If you want to go to bigger Malls, you can, like in Cincinnati or Columbus, but why waste the gas? This Mall has most of what u need. You can usually find a close spot to park, and Mall Security is excellent.
This place used to be one of my favorite places to go to, but this time, I was a bit disappointed. Lot's of empty spots, a few shops that were closed before 7:00 pm, and half an escalator out of service. On the plus side, Body Art is still up and running with fantastic service and we got some great hot pretzel sticks with beer cheese in the food court.
The Melt is a simple restaurant with a straight forward menu; over sized portions, fried food, good ingredients. The dishes are well done, the menu choices are pretty well thought out and the ambiance in the restaurant is quirky. Not expensive, but you will pay $15 for dinner with a drink.
Very clean and organized. They even have a walkers club for those who both wanna stay in shape and maybe do a little shopping. I love the food court area as it's a little cluttered but has a great area for kids!