Local & Regional Shopping
Los Angeles is bursting with fantastic shopping. Your choices range from boutique shops in the small beach communities to the world’s most exquisite designer stores in downtown Los Angeles. There are to many to mention but we will help you get started with the selection listed below.
Del Amo Fashion Center – Del Amo Fashion Center is the largest mall in the South Bay – boasting over 200 stores
Downtown Manhattan Beach – A beautiful location just off the Manhattan Beach Pier including a variety of nearly 80 retail stores
Manhattan Village – Just inland, the Manhattan Village has over 80 great stores to choose from! Apple, Coach, Williams-Sonoma, Sephora
Plaza El Segundo – a newly developed shopping center with plenty of free parking, eateries, sit down or fast casual and some nice anchor stores
Riviera Village Redondo Beach – Nestled next to the beautiful coves of Palos Verdes Peninsula, the Riviera village is a charming collection of over 300 eclectic shops, restaurants and services
Silver Spur Shopping Center Palos Verdes – Includes Impressive open-air shopping plazas featuring a state of the art movie theatre, an ice rink, and a blend of specialty restaurants, popular national retailers, and local merchants.
South Bay Galleria – Offers three enclosed levels with local and major tenants, theatre multiplex, and numerous dining choices.
South Bay Pavilion – The 1.1 million-square-foot regional mall is anchored by a newly constructed Target Greatland, Ikea, Sears, and JCPenney and 83 specialty stores and restaurants
Beverly Center Shopping Mall – Beverly Center is Southern California’s premier fashion destination with over 100 distinctive specialty boutiques reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of Los Angeles
Hollywood and Highland Shopping – Filled with stellar entertainment, dining and shopping destinations. This three story complex offers a peek into Hollywood history, while serving as a home base for numerous entertainment industry events
Montana Ave – Home to more than 150 hi-end boutiques, restaurants, and service establishments, Montana Avenue is Santa Monica’s premier shopping neighborhood
Main Street Santa Monica -The Main Street district offers an eclectic mix of clothing, restaurants, and other specialty retail
Melrose Avenue – A hodgepodge of all that encompasses LA spanning from Santa Monica Boulevard all the way to Silver Lake
Third Street Promenade Santa Monica – Located within walking distance of the Santa Monica Pier and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Third Street is lined with a variety of shops ranging from traditional to unusual.
Malibu County Mart – The Malibu County Mart encompasses six acres of prime real estate in the heart of Malibu’s Civic Center. Its 90,000 square feet of retail, dining and service offerings are housed in an eclectic mix of architectural displaying Mediterranean, modern, and rustic influences.
Rodeo Drive – The famed shopping street is known as the epicenter of luxury fashion
The Grove – An upscale mall with a great open terrace in the center and the farmer’s market just next door
Venice Beach Boardwalk – Known as a hangout for the creative and artistic
Westfield Century City – Outdoor mall located just inland from Santa Monica
Westside Pavilion – Located just east form the 405 freeway near Santa Monica, the Westside Pavillion is an urban style three story shopping mall with 150 stores and shops
West Third Street – Extends from Beverly Hills all the way to downtown. It may not be as well known as Rodeo Drive or Melrose Avenue, but West Third Street holds its own when it comes to hip boutiques and topnotch eateries.