Do people actually use DS as the outlet that it claims to be? It seems like it does better when it just leans into the foodie angle
Also, why is the ® so gigantic in the Superdry logo? I'm happy that they have a registered trademark, but they don't have to be pushy about it
The unique food places definitely do very well for Disney Springs and while there are some shops that don't see high traffic, a lot of them do. Places like Uniqlo, Zara, Anthropology, Basin, Coach, Columba Sportswear, Levi's, lululemon, M&M's (which is mostly merch, not candy), Oakley, Pandora, Sperry, Ugg, Ron Jon Surf, Lego, and of course World of Disney are all stores that do very well and that's not mentioning all of them, really.
There is a few of them that have been there since Town Center opened that i'm surprised are still there (sort of past Zara) such as Everything But Water, Free People, American Threads, Johnny Was, L'Occitane, etc. Some of those I rarely see people in, but I guess they're expensive enough that if only a few people buy some things for the day, they can continue operating at a profit.
The entertainment that draw people to DS, whether it be Drawn To Life by Cirque, a concert at HOB, or a movie at AMC, is a good supplement to help the stores and the people that come for shopping may end up going to see cirque because they see it's something Disney is offering or may end up seeing a movie or going bowling simply because those are fun things to do to end the night. Disney Springs has a pretty healthy balance of shopping/food/entertainment and it all works together to supplement each other.