This shop, formerly known as Comic Quest, is a small comic and collectible store that packs a large punch in terms of selection and quality. The space is laid out neatly with many different publishers on the shelves and within the racks. In addition to popular manga and comics, ASCQ also sells lots of cool art, design books, hard to find toys and clothing. The staff is always friendly and helpful with a recommendation, whether you are here to buy something for yourself or to give as a gift.
Located in downtown Claremont, this promenade district is bordered on the east and west by 1st and 2nd Streets and on the north-south by Oberlin and Harvard Avenues. Inside the district, shoppers and diners will find restaurants like Aruffo's Italian Cuisine, Espiau's and Petiscos, while kitschy local shops like Buddhamouse Emporium, Authentix and Nectar Clothing provide the wares. Indeed, this is the place to visit if you want to shop in Claremont.
Located on South San Antonio Avenue, this antique shop specializes in more than just archaic furniture and trinkets, here you can find retro, modern, artisan and re-purposed objects that fit every style and budget. Treasures N' Junk has been around for more than 30 years and during that time, the owners have curated and cultivated relationships with other vendors and dealers in order to obtain some of the most interesting and unique items in the entire Inland Empire. Stop in and see why, you will be impressed.
Visitors will find all kinds of name brand retailers at this Chino Hills promenade mall. From footwear and clothing to housewares and mattresses, the mall is a veritable one-stop shop. The familiar H&M, Victoria's Secret, Banana Republic and Vans are all here in addition to a couple of local shops like Red E Surf and Dolcissimo Bakery. The mall holds events throughout the year as well, starting with the weekly Farmer's Market every Wednesday and live music on certain dates. The food court has the ubiquitous California Pizza Kitchen, Chipotle and Panera, but try the local coffeehouse Dripp, or the Kickin' Crab for something different.
On the shelves at Daiso, almost every product is priced at a dollar or slightly more. Here you can get bargains on household items, quirky made-in-Japan products and other cool, kitschy things that make great gifts. If you are looking for a cheap Bento box or some light bulbs for pennies, Daiso is the place to visit.
This huge open-air shopping center is a bargain hunters dream with wonderful outlet stores and discount boutiques! You'll find over 120 stores all in one location including Nike Factory Store, Nordstrom Rack, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH. With restaurants, shops, an AMC Theater with IMAX, and a huge indoor skatepark, the Outlets at Orange is a great place to spend a day.
DeeLux has two locations, one in Santa Ana and this one in the heart of Claremont Village (downtown Claremont). Inside the shop, visitors are busy perusing the racks while others are trading in or selling their former wardrobe for something new. As a buy, sell or trade store, the bargains that customers find are constant, from jackets, tops, pants, scarves, hats, shoes, and much more, you will not leave empty handed.
Bert and Rocky's emulates classic ice cream and candy parlors, with a variety of treats to choose from. Their chocolates are handmade and available individually, and the shop also sells mass-produced candy such as M&Ms. Their ice cream parlor serves shakes and frozen yogurt as well as ice cream, available in waffle cones, sugar cones and disposable bowls. The cozy atmosphere emphasizes the family-owned dynamic typical of the Claremont Village, and seating is available both inside and out on the nearby sidewalk. The shop stands on the corner of Yale and Bonita Avenues, just across the street from Rhino Records.
It is not at all easy to stereotype Folk Music Center & Museum into a particular category. This shop is a treasure trove of musical instruments and offers a mix of vintage and modern musical instruments. Its collection features guitars, violins, Banjos, chimes and other stuff from all over the globe. Here, even repair and restoration services are available. This space dedicated to music also offers instrument specific classes and workshops that help you in perfecting your skills. That's not it, the Folk Music Center & Museum also has a museum that showcases rare musical instruments, exhibits, and music related items. It also plays host to concerts, open MIC nights, music festivals and similar events throughout the year.
If you are looking for the perfect CD or you just want to browse head to Rhino Records. Opened in 1976, Rhino Records is an independent music store with a wide selection of music. You can find obscure bands next to well-known musicians. The staff is knowledgeable and effective.