I was out in San Francisco a while back, and met up with a friend for a quick lunch in the food court of the mall downtown, called the Westfield San Francisco. Now a mall in San Francisco isn't your typical horizontal sprawl, surrounded by parking, with food options like Cinnabon--it's very vertical, and right on Market Street (I think there's a valet for parking if you don't self-park a block or two away), and the food selection reads like--organic local sustainable ice cream, an outlet of The Slanted Door (my favorite Vietnamese in SF)...it's not as great as the Ferry Building, but it's pretty great, and it's a perfect place to spend a rainy half day. Now, when we went into the bathroom, I fell in love with this company that manages these 55 malls around the country. They have a family lounge in almost every shopping center, which includes private nursing areas, bottle warmers, microwaves, play areas, kid-friendly bathrooms (shorter sinks and toilets), baby changing stations...it's pretty amazing. I just looked up the one at the Garden State Plaza in NJ, which is probably the closest one to me, and they even have priority parking for expecting moms.