57th Street Antique Mall

(916) 451-3110 | View Website

875 57th St, Sacramento, CA | Directions   95819

38.565723 -121.432568

 
Collectibles, Antiques  more

Neighborhoods: East Sacramento, Central Sacramento

less
 
 

Reviews for 57th Street Antique Mall

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Experience – Wow!

After reading the last rant..that goes on and on, I realized that I should also give my opinion.

I visit The 57th Street Antique Mall often.

I love to eat at Evan's across the way and then spend the afternoon shopping.

I have furnished most of my home in things that I have found at the mall and the other shops in the area.

The review that I read shocked me.

To think that a first time visitor would slam a 19 year old business like that. It makes me think that these people must be really paraniod.

I have done most of my Christmas shopping there this year and have never felt "Like a common thief".

I find most of the dealers friendly and welcoming, always at hand to open show cases or help me look for that "special something".

It makes me wonder what other businesses these people have trouble with?

Probably most.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

THIS WAS THE WORST SHOPPING EXPERIENCE EVER!!!! PREPARE TO BE FOLLOWED LIKE A COMMON THIEF!

My husband, my father-in law, and I saw an add for a set of wrought iron patio furniture for under $200, so we decided to take a look. The patio set was already sold, so we decided to take a look around.

My husband and I are about 30, and my father-in-law is just under 60. We were dressed in nice casual clothes (it was a Sunday morning) and arrived in a nice car. The point I'm trying to make is that I do not believe we look particularly suspicious.

We were very blatantly followed from room to room like criminals by a middle-aged terribly dressed gentlemen who obviously has not changed his look since the 1970s. Apparently, he's in "loss prevention". What he didn't know was that he was following two attorneys and a retired peace officer. This guy was literally breathing down our necks, and he was not subtle about it at all. When my husband confronted him about this, he denied that he was following us. Please. We're not idiots.

Normally I wouldn't elaborate any further on the quality of a business's products based off of one experience, but I am so offended by this experience, that I'm willing to give you the real deal.

NEARLY EVERY ITEM IN THIS PLACE IS JUNK. You could buy it (for much less) at a garage sale. I think I saw some "collectible" toys that I got out of happy meal twenty years ago. We saw a knife that my husband purchased the exact same one (same brand) for $5 dollars fifteen years ago, and they were asking $38 dollars for it.

The ONLY item that looked like it was not PURE CRAP was the patio set that was already sold. And now I'm glad that it was already sold, because I could not live with myself knowing that I had contributed A SINGLE DOLLAR to this place staying in business, let along $150.

It looks like a hoarder's closet exploded in this place. I will never EVER go back to this place. And if this is what all "antique" shops are like, I will never set foot in one again.

 


Not rated yet
0 Votes
Get Directions
Your Friends

Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Facebook to see what your friends are up to!

Add Blog Post

Add your blog review of 57th Street Antique Mall to Citysearch

Do you have a review of 57th Street Antique Mall on your blog? If you include the Citysearch image link (shown below) in your post, we'll automatically link to your review from the business profile page. Here's how our Linkback system works:

  • 1. Include our image link in your 57th Street Antique Mall review blog post.
  • 2. Citysearch will notice that you're linking to one of our pages. We'll scan your blog.
  • 3. We'll show a link to your blog post from the 57th Street Antique Mall page on Citysearch.

The Linkback system is free and automatic. It's really that easy.

Read our FAQ for details.

Image Link

To link to our business profile page, copy the html below to your web page.

57th Street Antique Mall on Citysearch