A chain store taking pride in their extensive selection of candies and colas, Rocket Fizz Burbank is one place that's sure to unleash the kid in you. The expansive store is lined with the brand's most popular soda pops, thus catering to the everyone's taste. Additionally, the arrays of candies are sure to leave you bewildered. Gag gifts and other vintage memorabilia can also be bought here. A perfect place to pick souvenirs for candy lovers back home, Rocket Fizz Burbank is one of the must-visit stores of the city.
Blast From The Past is the place to go to find to look through their comic book selection and find that rare action figure or movie memorabilia. The store has more than 5,000 action figures and 2,000 movie posters. The staff is very helpful, knowledgeable and you can debate the merits of a comic book for an entire day. If you love TV, movies, and comic books then this store can't be missed!
This shopping center is packed with more than 100 shops and a movie theater. Explore department stores, beloved chain stores, unique boutiques, and more. You'll find everything from clothing to electronics to souvenirs. If you get hungry while shopping just stop by the food court or one of the many onsite restaurants and take a break. Burbank Town Center also occasionally holds local events.
Set in Southern California, Palisades Village is a great place to visit with family and friends. This open-air shopping center was established in 2018. It features several small stores, boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Most of the stores found here are run by women. All the buildings in this village are designed by different architects. Many celebrities like John Legend, Rachel Zoe and Charlize Thereon have visited this large shopping mall during its inauguration.
Third Street Promenade is a dazzling shopping destination with clothing boutiques, bars, bookstores, restaurants, movie theaters and more! The upscale chains have begun dominating the street, but there are still many local boutiques and specialty stores. More than 80 retailers make this place a shoppers' haven. The gastronomy is also exceptional thanks to food stalls and restaurants that are dotted on the street. Make sure to visit during the weekly farmer's market for tasty fresh food. Located in downtown, the shopping district is a spectacular place for retail therapy.
Check into this haven for all sorts of cupcakes this side of Los Angeles. Apart from the usual flavors, Pumpkin, Red Velvet and Chai Latte are interesting choices. With chocolate sprinkles coming all the way from France, it simply couldn't get any better. Specially ordered cupcakes go for a reasonable price per dozen.
Glendale Galleria is one of the county's largest commercial center, and includes such stores as Na Hoku, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Aveda, Baby Gap, Banana Republic, Bebe, Benetton, Casual Corner, Coach, Nordstrom, Macy's, Robinsons-May and more. There's definitely something for everyone's taste. The food court has a lot to offer as well, from Panda Express to Cinnabon. Take a shopping break, have a bite, and do some always-fun people watching. Payment method varies by store.
This fun bustling area is located in Universal Studios and connects all the Universal City attractions. Universal City Walk opened in 1999 and is a three block open-air street featuring more than 30 retail stores, 19 screen movie theater, bars to grab a quick drink and about 30 restaurants to deal with those hunger pangs. The promenade offers a perfect break from the crazy rides, where you can relax and recharge yourself.