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  • James
    Los Angeles, CA22 contributions
    A busy promenade full of stores, and you pay for the experience of being so close to Universal Studios.

    It’s a fun place to explore in the evening time especially, if you’re okay with crowds. The stores are your classic mix of touristy and LA centric souvenirs, as well as playing off the Hollywood aspect.

    It was a nice time walking around, going to the arcade, and hearing some talented street performers.
    Written 16 October 2021
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  • Abeer H
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates1,160 contributions
    Great place to shop. Almost all big names are there and many factory outlets as well. I feel food places were very limited and had long queues.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Pegasus928
    Grimsby, UK531 contributions
    High end products at a premium price. Getting around was a bit confusing at first, especially if you enter via the shop fronts, but we got to where we needed to be. The whole feel of the place is a almost like it isn't finished yet - and the food court is small and unappealing.
    Written 17 November 2019
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  • Wizzey
    Luxembourg City, Luxembourg31 contributions
    Parking is free outside the main part of the mall so drive around before you end up paying. Really good choice of restaurants and cafes and plenty of seating to relax without feeling the obligation to a buy a coffee you don't need.
    Written 10 February 2020
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  • elliot f
    Paris, France90 contributions
    Lots of fun shops and eateries where the fabulous people come to roam and be seen. Love the Stumphouse coffee shop with its funky layout
    Written 18 July 2018
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  • Cavydad
    Camarillo, CA2,202 contributions
    Close to the Metro Station! Convenient to shops and restaurants. Best thing to say it’s close to the subway.
    Written 11 July 2019
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  • Francisco D
    8 contributions
    I have been to the old ports o call many times but it was old and due for an update. Glad they are doing it but is taking a long time. Can't wait to see how it turns out.
    Written 30 March 2019
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  • CJ Johnson
    Los Angeles, CA297 contributions
    The Row DTLA is instantly becoming a cool hotspot in downtown Los Angeles. The area is growing quickly as more and more shops open up. The area itself is becoming more gentrified so everything has a splash of newness and family friendly. From cute coffee shops to tasty restaurants, there is a bit something for everyone. I spend most days there working out of Shopify and wandering around. It’s a lot of fun and visual eye candy everywhere.
    Written 2 December 2019
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA12,749 contributions
    This is the center of downtown LA with the city hall and library, and now the big theaters. A redevelopment area that has matured.
    Written 1 March 2019
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  • 385eileenz
    Los Angeles, CA359 contributions
    There is the Arclight Theatres (seats have no padding and are not recliners or reclining) but do have reserved seating. Seats need to be redone - old and flat.
    Cheesecake Factory, indoor and outdoor seating with heaters (always great), Friedas which took over the El Torito Grill but not half as good, PF Changs and some smaller chain restaurants like FatBurger and Ben & Jerrys. There is a DSW and Paul Mitchell plus Burke Williams Spa and a gym. Validated parking for 4 hours which covers a movie and a meal. Don't ever walk down the area with smaller stores (not many) and mainly go for the movies and Cheesecake Factory. When cold and windy, hard to walk around.
    There are malls to the east and to the west and north in the San Fernando Valley so this isn't what I consider a "mall"
    Written 31 December 2019
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  • LLLibrodo
    United States77 contributions
    The main reason we went was because of Music Plaza (Suite 107). This K-pop store in first floor has a great selection of K-pop albums, posters, and trinkets that would delight any K-pop fan. We stayed for hours perusing the selections. The store staff was helpful and gave us freebies (pictures, trinkets) because we spent a bit too much! Parking is free in the garage over the weekends. During the weekdays, you can get parking validated for at least 3 hours. There are other stores for anime and even more BT21 stuff. There is also a food court with a wide variety of selection. There are other stores for clothes, H-mart grocery, and others so you could easily spend a couple of hours here. Masks are highly recommended indoors and in the stores.
    Written 12 July 2021
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  • Paula L
    Covington, KY390 contributions
    Unfortunately, there seems to be fewer people shopping in this mall. Macy’s, Starbucks, and the food court appear to be busy; however other stores (even designer stores) are not. It is a brightly lighted mall with ample parking so it’s a great place to walk (certainly not the intention of a fashion Mall).
    Written 19 September 2019
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  • spacepilot500
    Roswell, NM641 contributions
    I cut through here walking back to Union Station. Downtown has stores such as Macy’s, Ross and Burlington but NONE are in the mall! The anchor is a tiny CVS drug store. There is a food court, credit union, cleaners, shoe repair, and one government office. That’s about it. The location will be valuable some day for an office building but for now there is no reason to visit unless you want a sub sandwich etc.
    Written 25 May 2018
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  • misopiso88
    Seattle, WA27,567 contributions
    If you are looking for a fun gift for someone back home, Light My Fire is the perfect stop. Hundreds of different hot sauces. Make sure you get the baby ones if you plan on taking them in a carry-on suitcase. They don't allow photos inside so take note or they will yell at you!
    Written 10 February 2019
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  • ibaol
    Los Angeles, CA509 contributions
    The renovation seems to be complete. Very nice seating areas, modern storefronts. Now we wait to see what businesses come to this location. My favorite Japanese restaurant “Kabuki “ is still serving great food.
    Written 3 February 2020
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