Trip Planner USA  /  California  /  Orange County  /  Brea  /  Shopping  /  Brea Mall

Brea Mall, Brea

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Brea Mall is an upscale center located in Brea, California. Showcases five major department stores including Nordstrom, Macy & Macy Men Children & Home, jcpenney, and Sears. Offers more than 175 specialty shops, a full service day spa, and several popular restaurants. Brea Mall is highlighted by Italian tile walkways, vaulted skylights, fountains and original art sculptures which produce an unforgettable Southern California shopping and entertainment experience.
Our Brea trip generator makes visiting Brea Mall and other Brea attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • This is definitely a high end mall. It is very nice. It has a nice variety of stores. Not the place to go if you're looking for sales. There are many places near by for that though. Located in a nice ...  read more »
  • I like the Brea mall as far as malls go. It has a lot of choices and a pretty good food court. My favorite place to go is the Mongolian BBQ and that always has a line. I've been told by retail aficion...  read more »
  • Shopping not too big, but has good options of places to buy and eat. Has Apple, VS's, Macy's, Coach, GAP, Forever 21, MAC, etc.
    show original
  • One of my favorite malls. They now have Blaze Fire Pizza in their food court. A wide variety of stores makes shopping fun and easy. Very crowded on the kids playground. Okay at your own risk. Let's face it, there are oblivious and ignorant parents who will allow their little Satans run around that playground like they own it and they have ABSOLUTELY no idea because they are too busy either chatting or looking at their phones. Since kids are way too old and shouldn't even be in there. But, the mall doesn't regulate that other than posting a sign.
  • I don't know what the other people are talking about this place doesn't look outdated at all. The only thing I don't like that on weekends there's always nasty people making the bathroom disgusting.
  • Very clean mall with a good variation of boutiques/high end brand stores. I always have a decent experience. The main draw of this whole mall though is the Tesla store. I chose to come here to reserve the Model III. Stood in line on opening day for reservations for about 4 hours. The mall staff wouldn't let us sit down which was very frustrating. Other than that though. I have no complaints.
  • Multi-Million dollar remodeling completed at the Brea mall---avant-garde aesthetic. Architecture is neoteric! While walking the mall look up and find glorious wood trusses with light beaming down through glass windows. Brea is an architecturally rich city with a lively mall, blue ribbon schools, exceptional police force, fire department, community center and parks that include redwood trees! Yes all this and an award-winning mall that is professionally managed by Simon. One of the new mall residents is Tesla---yes in Brea. Brea Mall is an affluent indoor shopping venue with four anchor stores such as Nordstrom, Macy’s, JCPenny and Sears and 175 specialty stores on two level of fun. This mall is a magnet to residents of Yorba Linda, La Habra and Fullerton and offers services from buying a new tesla, a red dress to using whirlpools in the five star luxury of Glen Ivy Spa. Little known gems are the custom gargoyles on top of the Nordstrom wing parking garage (top level), still in awe. Check out Grandma gargoyle clutching a shopping bag facing west. Apple store is a definite favorite and the Genius/Non-Genius Bar coupled with “let them play” attitude attracts many brainy, artistic and environmentally conscious patrons. Affluent restaurants surround this mall and the food court is ideal for snacks healthy/or not. Worth mention is the play area for kids and parents by the Macy wing. Definite on my “Shop, drop, or walk list.” Brea Mall is well suited for meeting friends, shopping, walking, charging your phone, getting coffee or just listening to music.
  • Mixed review. Some stores are nice but others feel "junky" . Macys and Nordstrom are better at South Coast. Food court...meh.
Nearby Attractions
Visit for 8​h
Visit for 3​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 2​h
Visit for 2​h
Visit for 8​h