The mass appeal of the Eagle Rock Target

For many years, the Eagle Rock Target has seemed to live in the shadow of its more swanky Pasadena counterpart a few miles east on Colorado Boulevard. While the Pasadena store is housed in the sleek, mid-century remains of a Robinson’s department store, the no-nonsense Eagle Rock store is attached to the 1970s-era hulk that is the Eagle Rock Plaza. But the Eagle Rock Target has its fans on Yelp! who sing the praises not only of its cart-o-lator but of Eastside people watching:

“The noteworthy thing to me about this Target is how often I run into people I know. Last time, I ran into a straight edge friend of mine who is covered in tattoos. He was telling me how he never buys toilet paper, he just jacks it roll by roll from various places. Hey buddy, live the stereotype.”

Photo by Eric M. Martin via Flickr

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