Alamo Quarry Market may be its official name, but no one ever calls this popular mall anything but “The Quarry” (from the early 1900s until 1985, the property was in fact a cement quarry). Its four smokestacks, lit up dramatically at night, now signal play, not work. There are no department store anchors, just a series of large emporiums (Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Pottery Barn, Gap) and smaller upscale boutiques (Ann Taylor, Jos. A. Bank, and Lucchese Gallery). Also on the premises: a multiplex cinema and an array of eateries, from Chili’s to Fleming’s to Piatti’s, an Italian eatery well-liked by locals.