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 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.
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.
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.
One area in Anaheim where you can find a different type of entertainment other than Disney is the Anaheim Garden Walk. Located right behind Disneyland across Harbor Boulevard, the complex provides dining and shopping. Most of the restaurants are well-known ones, like Roy's, Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Entertainment includes a Bowlmor Lanes bowling alley and the interesting U.F.O. Experience exhibition. Additionally, most of the shops are nationally known as well, from Skechers to Sunglass Hut, the selection is small but sufficient enough to merit a stroll through the center.
This family-run, small, local business is the place to visit for a high-quality bike that won't break the bank. The professionals sell all types of bikes and for all age levels and skills. From tricked-out trikes to mountain bikes that Tour de France riders would use, Bumsteads has plenty to choose from. Of course, prices vary depending on the brand and type of accessories, but the experts here will definitely find the right one for you and your needs.
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.