Bigger is not always Better by Rascally R. at InsiderPages
BCAC is the last bastion of large antique mallism as you travel north on I-75. There's not much farther north. It's big-- it covers half a block, yep, that's pretty big. Not a supermall like the ones on Ohio, but big. There is a main floor divided into a number of interior spaces, two basements, and and upstairs area. Because of the large number of dealers, the merchandise runs the gamut from garage sale leftover to some very nice higher-end antiques, clothes, jewelery, glassware, even pianos, and a fair amount of 'guy stuff.' There are a few dealers that AA would do well to kick out-- booths full of dirty, nasty garage sale stuff. But overall, this is one of the better antique malls in Michigan. Be warned, though, that there are two basements. The one farther to the north is the 'bargain basement' and you'll want to take a shower after coming up for air. The stuff belongs in a dumpster. While you're in the area, enjoy the waterfront and maybe a big boat will come down the river and the drawbridges will open.
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PROS: Big enough to be good
CONS: A few bad dealers that shouldn't be there