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Montclair Place was formerly called Montclair Plaza, however in 2015, the shopping center updated its look as well as its name. There are more than 50 well-known stores, some of which include Macy's, Nordstrom, Barnes & Noble and Forever 21 among many others. The outdoor mall is quite large and many restaurants and fast food establishments can be found throughout. Crafters Hand Made Burgers and Great Khan's Mongolian BBQ are a couple of the standouts among those you already know like Subway, Panda Express and Cinnabon.
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.
This gigantic outlet mega-mall opened in 1996 to enormous success, where it combines retail and restaurant space for Inland Empire residents. The list of stores is quite impressive, here you'll find shoe stores, women and men's clothing, housewares, gifts, the list goes on-and-on. One of the main attractions here is the massive selection of movies available at AMC 30 Theatres, a comedy club as well as a plethora of restaurant like Blaze Pizza, Rainforest Cafe and Market Broiler, to name a few. Although it is a little far from Los Angeles, if you find yourself in the Inland Empire, it's a nice spot to visit.
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.
Victoria Gardens is Rancho Cucamonga's version of the Grove in Los Angeles and it aims to fulfill all your shopping needs. With a plethora of branded shops at your disposal, you are going to be spoilt with choices. If all that shopping works up an appetite, head on over to one of the numerous dining establishments in the mall.