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Does the patrick james store still exist?

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Just wondering if anyone knows if the Patrick James store is still around or if it went out of business and when. I recently acquired some things I like that has their tags on it. Perhaps it went out years ago?
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One of their stores is still in downtown San Francisco.
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Although I've never been inside, there's still one in the Town & Country Mall at Embarcadero & El Camino in Palo Alto...very recently my wife coaxed me out to the ColdStone Creamery there, then window shopping.  [It was suitably awful ice cream for a strikingly ugly mall--I can't understand what makes ColdStone so popular.  I think their base ingredient is synthetic almond or vanilla extract, measured by the liter.] I was a bit surprised when we got to PJ, actually.  I'd heard their commercials on radio for years, dripping with upscale gloss ("puhh-veyors to gentlemen," etc.)  The window-full of Tommy Bahama and Allen Edmonds I saw there doesn't quite fulfill that image, IMO--it's about as exclusive as Nordstrom's (obSeinfeld: not that there's anything wrong with that).  What else do they carry? Adam C.
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They have 15 stores in Northern and Southern California, and one in AZ as well. www.patrickjames.com.
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Yep. It's the only halfway decent Men's store in San Luis Obispo. Allen Edmonds, Abboud, H Freeman, XMI ties etc. Nothing to blow your socks off but much better than the Gottschalks fare that is the norm here.
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