Santana Row is an urban district, a magnet for shopping, dining, entertainment and accommodations in North San Jose. There is something for the entire family: 14 full service restaurants; twice-weekly farmers market; WiFi Internet access zones; Hotel Valencia, a world-class boutique hotel; outdoor cafes, public parks, gardens, plazas and courtyards; and a six screen CineArts complex. Developed by Federal Realty Investment Trust, Santana Row is a project that successfully combines the best elements of an urban plaza with the convenience and variety of a mall. It is a place like no other.
Anthropologie is the kind of place where women love to go to feel beautiful. The shop is full of all sorts of delights - in addition to the complete range of clothes offered, you'll also find a rich collection of shoes, bags, jewelry, accessories and make up. Stay trendy and enjoy.
This sophisticated mall is a magnet for discerning shoppers from all over the Bay Area, both North and South. Its European-style gardens and outdoor markets exude elegance, and the many cafes and bakeries offer welcoming spots to relax over a light snack and a cup of coffee, before resuming the shopping frenzy. It houses department stores like Bloomingdale's and Nordstrom along with the outlets of Apple, Banana Republic, Bath and Body Works, Hugo Boss, Gap, Janie and Jack, Louis Vuitton and Victoria's Secret among many others.
If you're tired of shopping for the usual American foods at your usual supermarket, then this store sure is a big treat. Stocking up on European food products not only from the usual suspects such as France and England, but also Poland, Germany and even Eastern European countries such as Russia and Ukraine, in addition to Middle Eastern and Greek influences, this place is akin to a happening party. Although the store is small, one can find plenty of jams and jellies, pita bread, Greek yogurt, hummus, feta cheese varieties, gelato, German cookies and exotic chocolates at this hidden gem.
The Town & Country Village has been around for more than five decades now, and has ever since offered the residents and visitors of Palo Alto a shopping destination like no other. The vast facility is home to several specialty shops, clothing and accessories stores and service stations. With boutiques like Nanoo, Athleta, Patrick James and Jarbo, to name a few, Town & Country Village is also where some of the most popular eateries in the city - like Tava, Lulu's and Scott's Seafood - are located. Apart from these, some health and wellness establishments like Snip-its, LaBelle Day Spa are available on site. Perhaps you're looking for great dress, and want to enjoy some local cuisine and your hair needs a cut as well - well, Town & Country Village Center has got you covered!
It's impossible that you haven't shopped from Macy's at least once. This department store has outlets in practically every corner of the country, with this one in Palo Alto being one of them. Why venture out somewhere else when you can fulfill all your shopping needs under one roof? At this large store, you can shop for everything from garments for men, women and kids, fragrances and accessories, as well as home articles such as bedding, dinnerware, along with make-up, jewelry and luggage.
One doesn't expect much from supermarkets and department stores, but this Target location in downtown San Jose is, well, bang on target! The store is quite extensive, with everything neatly organized and easy to locate on the aisles, but if you're still having the trouble, the helpful staff is right there to sort it out for you. The groceries are fresh, with stock updated on a frequent basis. There are also other services such as a pharmacy, photo center, a Starbucks outlet, a pizza place, as well as a liquor store that sets this place apart from the rest.
If you have to shop for a variety of things within a limited time frame, then Marshalls is one of the most convenient places. This departmental store has a number of locations all over, with everything from garments for men, women and kids, to gift items, toys, funky home decor articles and more available. You have it all under one roof, and the prices are quite affordable as well.
Cost Plus World Market is a one stop shop for all your decor needs, as well as food shopping. This superstore in downtown San Jose is a good place to shop for yourself, as well as for gifting for all occasions. They have a variety of furniture apt for every room of your home or workplace, with dining tables, couches, desks, beds and more available, along with cushions, bedding, doormats, lamps and a lot more. The food section has all your supermarket regulars, as well as several exotic ingredients.
San Jose Market Center is a place that will effectively meet all your grocery shopping needs as well as home decor and other requirements in one place. With restaurants and stores such as Target, Trader Joes, Michaels, Cost Plus, Marshalls, Jamba Juice, Panda, Smashburger, Blue Mango, Chili's, Gamestop, El Pollo Loco and more, this shopping center is a good addition to the downtown area of San Jose.
Safeway has a number of locations all across the state, and this one in midtown San Jose is one of them. They have a supermarket that is good for buying some packaged foods, but not so good for fresh produce, as it is rarely fresh here. The queues are long quite often as well, but one can also avail of other facilities here, such as a bakery, florists, pharmacy, liquor store, fish market, deli and more.
Fine luggage can be found here, with many shapes and sizes to choose from. Briggs and Riley, Victorinox, and Cross pens are also available. A great place for the discerning traveler, the store stocks leather briefcases, shave kits and organizers, business travel accessories, clocks, and a wide array of other travel-related items. Things are always on sale here, so stop in and look for a great bargain on some quality luggage. The service is warm and friendly and the staff is qualified travel experts.