Plaza Fiesta is a 350,000 square feet (33,000 m2) strip mall in DeKalb County, Georgia on the eastern border of the city of Brookhaven, on Buford Highway and Clairmont Road. The mall contains a large supermarket ("farmers market"), several large discount stores, and a large space filled with over 140 small vendors, modeled on a Mexican mercado or flea market. According to newspaper Creative Loafing, "to Atlanta's immigrant population, Plaza Fiesta has become as vital a shopping destination as Lenox Square or the Mall of Georgia."
The mall opened in 1968 as the Buford-Clairmont Mall and included a movie theater. Tenants included Woolco which later became a Burlington Coat Factory. Later the mall became "Outlet Square" and included a Winn-Dixie supermarket. In 1996, new owners turned the mall into "Oriental Mall", modeled after a crowded Hong Kong street. In 2000 new owners spend $11 million to transform Oriental Mall into Plaza Fiesta. A Publix supermarket closed in 2005. Marshall's closed in the early 2010s as it opened a store in nearby Town Brookhaven.
2013 saw a number of openings at the plaza, including the Shoppers World discount store, Planet Fitness gym, and Ross Dress for Less. That same year, the mall reported over 4 million visitors. The mall attracts shoppers from as far as North Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee. 
- Plaza Fiesta official website
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- "Shopportunity comes to North DeKalb, ToneToATL, September 14, 2010
- "National Names Joining the Party at Plaza Fiesta", ToneToATL, January 14, 2013
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