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Conveniently located off the Harbor Freeway at 7th and Figueroa, this mall is definitely one of the best shopping and dining destinations in the city. It has a huge variety of shops to choose from. You find anything and everything from bed and bath linens to shoes, clothing and household items. It even has a huge choice of eateries—cake shops, juice bars and also high end casual dining and specialty restaurants. Do as you please and as the place puts it—Dine, Play, Relax!
The Grove is a LA institute in itself. Bustling with high end branded shopping stores, numerous popular restaurants, a movie theater with 14 screens and some of the best events in the city, Grove is on everyone's itinerary. Their events calendar features some glamorous soirees, which are attended by the who's who of the city. Shop for top brands, such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic and lots more. There are also shops that specialize in children's wear. Once you're done with shopping, grab a quick bite at one of the cafes or check out the latest flick. The Grove has something for everyone.
A famous Los Angeles landmark since it first opened in 1934, the Original Farmers Market is one of the most visited attractions in the City of Angels. Inside, visitors will find a labyrinthine space with several restaurants, grocers, doughnut shop, toy stores, shoes, books and much more. The market is perfect for breakfast and lunch, with a tremendous amount of options. Additionally, its location near the Grove makes for a nice day visiting both attractions.
With harder-to-find upscale boutiques as well as the usual mall fare, the Beverly Center is one of the more popular shopping destinations in the city of Los Angeles. The structure itself is certainly unique for a mall, with two floors of shops and a third of food court and cinemas atop five-levels of parking, filling an entire city block. Among the more unique stores found here are Belgravia Collection, Betsey Johnson, Cabochon Fine Jewelry, Alexio, Club Monaco, Politix, Vertex, The Icing and Shauna Stein.
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.
A Los Angeles institution since 1948, Brentwood Country Mart is an old-school American market. This red barn is lined with over 25 shops that offer myriad services and products. Popular brands like James Perse, Pippa Small, Sugar Paper and Diesel feature clothing, accessories and stationery respectively. Take respite from shopping at its eateries in the courtyard. Savor a burger at Barney's, tacos at Frida’s or arguably L.A.’s best rotisserie chicken at Reddi Chick. The community post office and barber shop are some of the oldest establishments here.
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.