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Fashion Valley, San Diego

(4.4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
San Diego's finest collection of stores in a beautiful outdoor shopping center featuring 200 stores and restaurants including an 18 screen movie theater. Five department stores include: Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Macy's, Bloomingdale's and JCPenney. Featured stores include: Ted Baker, Omega, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Tory Burch, Coach, Hugo BOSS, Gucci, Henri Bendel and more. Restaurants include: The Cheesecake Factory, PF Chang's China Bistro, California Pizza Kitchen, Stacked Well Built, Blue Smoke Sushi Lounge and twelve bistro cafes.
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  • It's my third visit to this mall. It is a favorite shopping center when in San Diego. Lots of interesting stores. The kids of course love the Lego store.  more »
  • Convention Center station on the trolley arrives in 25 minutes. Trolley is about a 15-minute interval. Department stores such as Macy's, JC Penney, Nordstrom and shops are nearby. Tesla electric car.
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  • very nice building. colorful. fashion. today. distinction. luxury. lighting. Security. away from the hotel.
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  • Awesome outdoor mall experience. Having lived here since the time fashion valley didn't exist and there was only mission valley as an option, I can truly say fashion valley mall is an awesome place to go. It was designed and thought out efficiently and effectively to make a shopping experience convenient and fun. It has an awesome food court and a great selection of shopping stores.
  • My favorite mall with my favorite stores! I go there as often as I can and will usually have the Organic Kale Salad salad at True Food Kitchen which is the best ever before heading over to Bloomingdales for an Espresso and some shopping and of course I have to stop by the Apple store! One of the best features of this mall is the electric charging stations for plug-in cars!
  • A great outdoors mall with a wide variety of stores and vendors. This is my wife's favorite mall in San Diego. It has all her favorite name brands and the location and atmosphere is very nice plus there is plenty of parking. Personally the only part of malls I care about is the food court and I felt there weren't that many good choices, plus the seating area is small so that's a small downside. Other than that everything is neat and clean. The movie theatre is spacious and up to date. The walk outside can get a little hot especially during summer days but the nights are great.
  • Any mall complex that houses Haute Couture brands, tech stores and low-end retailers is the mall for me. I won't name many names, but I am disappointed that the only Sephora is the one inside JCPenny. I suppose for an upscale department store makeup brand experience, Nordstrom is the place to go. Not that impressed with Bloomingdales for it being my first time in. It seemed like any other department store. I didn't even feel worthy enough to grace the sidewalk in front of Prada, Cartier, and Hermes yet it was a necessary evil on the way to Cheesecake factory necessary I could stuff my face with the very foods that have ever kept me from being able to wear anything better than Lane Bryant. By the way, if you're a big girl, Southern California hates anyone over a size large, so be prepared to never shop happily ever again.
  • Excellent mall, indoor and outdoor mall. Movie theatre and plenty of restaurants, food court, too. Easy to get to using the rail system. Very big mall with department stores and independent shops. a good variety of all kinds of shopping, clothes, electronics, shoes, computers, nail, hair and more.have returned several times. lots of parking options.