Upscale fashion and fine dining have a home at the South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. Some of the top names in the industry like Burberry and Chanel, have a home among the more affordable choices like the H&M mega store and GAP. There is also a variety of restaurants to sate your appetite after a day of shopping. The center is also home to many events throughout the year, from fundraising concerts to a Christmas tree lighting ceremony. With hundreds of boutiques, department stores and restaurants to choose from, a trip to the South Coast Plaza can easily become an all-day event, so be sure to plan accordingly.
The Lab is a center of alternative culture for the Costa Mesa area and views itself as an anti-mall by offering a unique indoor and outdoor space for funky local businesses. In addition to the many trendy shops like Urban Outfitters and Popkiller, you can find great vintage clothing at Buffalo Exchange, or check out the artwork at the ARTery. If the hipster-style stories leave you hungry, there are several cafes and restaurants open late. The Lab also hosts events, showcasing local artists, musicians and performers.
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.
Swellegant Vintage stocks Newport's premiere vintage selection, offering a constantly-rotating selection of authentic fashions from the 1940s through the 1980s. The cramped store space brims with vintage treasures sourced from the area's well-heeled fashionistas, ensuring high-quality designer wear at a fraction of the usual price. Accessories have their own niche carved out, antique jewelry and brand new costume pieces sharing the display space. Because Swellegant takes in new acquisitions on a weekly basis, there's always a new hidden gem lurking in the racks.
With hundreds of clothing boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment, Fashion Island is the epitome of a one-stop-shop in Newport Beach. Formerly a small outdoor mall, it has grown into a combination indoor/outdoor shopping district, complete with fountains and promenades. It is now home to top designer stores in addition to the many shopping and eating options. The Fashion Island also hosts entertainment events throughout the year.
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.
A premium medical cannabis selling dispensary, Haven is located in Orange County. Serving as a medical remedy for patients, visit their store to purchase the cannabis and equipment. They take pride in their service and their friendly staff are approachable.
Golfers will find exactly what they are looking for at Roger Dunn Golf Shops. Whether you need pair of golf shoes, some new golf balls or an entire new set of clubs, this shop with help you find what you need. They even have a modified driving range to try hitting your clubs before you purchase them, ensuring you leave happy!
Just three miles from the Market Place, a shopper's hunt continues at the District at Tustin Legacy on the border of Tustin and Irvine. The beautiful palm trees and the large street-side fountain give people the impression that this is a high-end mall. But just like the Market Place, this District features quality and value. The fancy landscape just adds more cheerfulness to the experience. Besides various non-chain businesses, there are about eighty stores and restaurants, including DSW, TJ Maxx and Home Goods, In-N-Out, Target, and even Costco. The District provides value for every aspect of a shopper's need! – Hoiyin Ip
Vintage Fleamarket of Old Town Tustin sets up shop every fourth Sunday in the Jamestown Village parking lot. Sixty stalls offer one hundred square feet of space in which vendors showcase their forgotten treasures, knick-knacks, trinkets, decor and more substantial items culled from the garages and storage sheds of the surrounding suburbs. Perfect for a day of digging through lost treasures, Vintage Fleakmarket of Old Town Tustin is a fun once-a-month outing.