L.A. Shopping

Shopping in Los Angeles

Shopping in Los Angeles includes elite shopping malls, famous streets, shopping centers and outlet stores. From the very extravagant Rodeo Drive of Beverly Hills to ever-popular 3rd Street Promenade of Santa Monica, California retailers offer the best variety of products in the nation. Outdoor malls, taking advantage of the state's temperate climate have become more prevalent in the warmer regions. These malls have become a hub for not only shopping but also entertainment and restaurants. Spend a day soaking up the sun and shopping "California Style".

The Valley

Sherman Oaks Galleria is a moderate-size indoor/outdoor shopping mall with several small boutique shops, restaurants and a movie theater. Sherman Oaks Galleria is located off the 405 Freeway at the corner of Ventura and Sepulveda Boulevards.

Sherman Oaks Galleria
15301 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
(818) 382-4100

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Old Pasadena features 22 city blocks with hundreds of restaurants, cafés, boutique shops and chain stores in an historic portion of town. Old Pasadena department stores include Tiffany & Co., Banana Republic, Crate & Barrel, J.Crew, Urban Outfitters and many more. Old Pasadena is located off the 210 Freeway from Colorado Boulevard.

Old Pasadena
Fair Oaks Ave. and Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105
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Universal City Walk is situated at Universal Studios Hollywood in North Hollywood. This is an outdoor shopping venue that includes restaurants, shops and entertainment. Universal City Walk stores include Dodgers Clubhouse where you can purchase Dodger's baseball merchandise and the Universal Studios Store. The Hard Rock Hollywood café serves American food favorites with Southern flair.

Universal City Walk
Universal Studios Blvd.
Universal City, California 91608
(818) 622-4455

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Hollywood and Highland Center is a three story outdoor shopping and dining center. Look for the huge white elephants and you know you've found the center. Hollywood and Highland Center stores include Oakley, Coach, Victoria's Secret, Ann Taylor Loft and more. Hollywood Sign viewing platforms are located to the rear of the center. Hollywood and Highland Center is located at the famous intersection of Hollywood Blvd and Highland Avenue.

Hollywood and Highland Center
6801 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, California 90028
(323) 817-0220

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Melrose Avenue is located between Highland Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard. This neighborhood shopping venue of eclectic, wacky and bizarre shops appeals to the younger Hollywood crowd. Few mainstream establishments are found on Melrose Avenue. Instead are shops like Wasteland, Leathers & Treasures, Atomic Garage, Off the Wall and many more you've probably never heard of.

Melrose Avenue
7600 Melrose Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90046

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Beverly Hills

Rodeo Drive

Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills is a 3-block neighborhood shopping venue of extremely high-end department stores including Armani, Coco Chanel, Cartier, Yves Saint Laurent and many more. Keep your eyes peeled for celebrities when visiting Rodeo Drive because you have to be wealthy to afford to shop here. Rodeo Drive is located between Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards in Beverly Hills.

Rodeo Drive
300 N. Rodeo Drive
Beverly Hills, California 90210
(310) 271-8174

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Robertson Blvd. offers boutique hotels, classy restaurants and chic department stores like Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Sky, True Religion and more. Also situated along Robertson Blvd, the renowned Ivy Restaurant is a favorite with producers, actors, writers and celebrities. There's a reason the paparazzi hang out here - Robertson Blvd is where celebrities shop. Robertson Boulevard is located between 3rd Street and Melrose Avenue in Beverly Hills.

Robertson Boulevard
157 N. Robertson Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90048

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Beverly Center

Beverly Center is a large traditional shopping mall with large department stores like Macy's and Bloomingdale's and many high-end stores like Lacost, Hugo Boss, Dior and more. Beverly Center is a one stop shopping destination. Additional amenity includes a 13-screen movie theater. Beverly Center is located at the corner of La Cienega and Beverly Boulevards.

Beverly Center
8500 Beverly Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California 90048
(310) 854-0071

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Los Angeles

The Grove is a mix of indoor & outdoor shopping mall and entertainment complex with shops, restaurants and a movie theater. Department stores include Apple, Banana Republic, Nordstrom, Tommy Bahama, Crate & Barrel and dozens more. The Grove is a one stop shopping destination situated adjacent to the Original Farmers Market with trendy restaurants and fresh produce. The Grove is located in the Wilshire District at 3rd and Fairfax.

The Grove
189 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 900-8080

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Citadel Outlets is an outlet mall in East L.A. that's situated in an historic building that was once used to manufacture tires and rubber. The Assyrian palace structure houses hundreds of outlet stores and restaurants including H&M, Vans, COACH, Levi's, Aeropostale, Zales and many more. Citadel Outlets are located off Interstate 5 from the Atlantic Boulevard exit.

Citadel Outlets
100 Citadel Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90040
(323) 888-1724

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Beach Cities

Malibu Lumberyard is located off Highway 1 in the heart of Malibu. Situated across the highway from Malibu Lagoon and the Adamson House, the Malibu Lumberyard is a outdoor shopping and dining destination. Giant saltwater fish tanks tower above the courtyard where stores like J.Crew, Quicksilver Roxy, Tory Burch and several other boutique shops can be found.

Malibu Lumberyard
3939 Cross Creek Road
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 456-7395

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Santa Monica Place & 3rd Street Promenade feature a traditional shopping mall and several blocks of shops and restaurants in an outdoor setting. Nearly 100 department stores and restaurants include Forever 21, Kenneth Cole, Macy's, Wet Seal and more. 3rd Street Promenade is located in Santa Monica only one block from the Santa Monica Pier.

Santa Monica Place
3rd Street Promenade 395 Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica, California 90401
(310) 394-5451

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Del Amo Fashion Center was once touted to be the largest shopping mall in the world and features department stores, boutique shops, restaurants, entertainment and more. Over 200 department stores and restaurants include Anne Taylor, The Disney Store, Robinson's-May, Vans and more. The Del Amo Mall is located in Torrance along Hawthorne Boulevard.

Del Amo Fashion Center
3 Del Amo Fashion Center
Torrance, California 90503
(310) 542-8525

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Belmont Shore is a popular neighborhood shopping venue with plenty of boutiques, restaurants, clubs and cafés to fill the day. More than two dozen blocks-worth of department stores include Banana Republic, Lucky Brand Jeans, The Gap, White House/Black Market and more. Belmont Shore is located on 2nd Street between the Coast Hwy (PCH) and Ocean Boulevard.

Belmont Shore - 2nd Street
5200 E. 2nd Street
Long Beach, California 90803
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