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All reviews outdoor mall farmers market the cheesecake factory great shopping high end stores trolley car banana republic american girl window shop shopping experience great place to shop water fountain nice mall people watching parking structure nice place to visit walk around
Traffic and parking are a nightmare but great shopping, restaurants and people watching. A Farmers Market, tons of shops, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's here too. There is a trolley that goes through shopping area as well.
Upscale contained outdoor shopping mall with stores such as Brandy Melville, Nike, Nordstrom, American Girl to name a few and various eating places including the Cheesecake Factory. The farmers Market is just across a small street at one end. There is a free double decker...More
Everyone loves the Grove, especially at Christmas time and I love book stores but had never been to a signing but this was special. I had recently joined their mailing list and when Grammy nominated musician, photographer, humanitarian and documentarian – Julian Lennon – was...More
Very warm day, only spent about an hour here. Some interesting stores you don't find everywhere else. Miniature music choreographed fountain was fun to watch; not the Bellagio fountain by any means but unique in it's own right. Food market was very warm and crowded;...More
I’ve been to outside shopping districts before, this is actually one of the nicer ones I’ve been to. Clean, a little bit of everything for everyone, from Nike to JCrew to Nordstrom. Chill atmosphere, which I’m finding is the vibe of choice here in LA....More
Plenty to see & do here if you are into shopping, but the people watching is pretty good, too. A huge Barnes & Noble, a movie theatre, and when we were there, a pop-up shop featuring items from the artist Drake were among the options....More
So, honestly I was really excited to go here, then sadly left down. We showed up and from everything I’ve ever seen, it looked huge. It’s NOT. It’s literally one street. One loonngggg street, but just one. There are some cool stores and restaurants, but...More