Fashion Valley, San Diego
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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.Make Fashion Valley a centerpiece of your San Diego vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our San Diego itinerary builder.
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Buen lugar para realizar compras al igual veriedad de locales, marcas, precios, gustos,al igual sitios de comida elegantes y no elegantes buen sentido de la palabra parqueos .Good place for shopping the same variety of venues, brands, prices, tastes, the same elegant food places and not elegant sense of the word parking.show original
Macy's to Neiman Markus, from economical to high end shops, food court to good restaurants, but if your looking for Pandora, you have to look elsewhere
We enjoyed venturing over to Fashion Valley from the Town and Country hotel. It was fun and convenient. There's a large selection of restaurants- and stores.
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.
Beautiful mall with a decent selection of low-mid priced shopping, but mostly high end retail shops. Open air mall with palm trees and greenery all around, plenty of places to sit throughout the mall. Good shopping, nice variety of places to eat, easy access from the trolley, and plenty of parking make this one of the best malls in San Diego.
FINE STORES.... IT'S ALMOST LIKE SHOPPING IN N.Y.C. EXCEPT, ALL THE SHOP'S ARE NEXT TO ONE ANOTHER.... I LOVE IT. GREAT BARGAINS. VERY HELPFUL AND CURTIOUS SALES PERSONNEL. I SHOP NOWHERE ELSE. FOOD COURTS ARE A PLUS.
A bit pricey but nice place to hangout with friends. Love the Banana Republic store there.
Very poor. Waited 25 minutes for a hot sandwich. Took one but and it was cold. Advised the manager that it arrived cold. She took the cold sandwich and brought it back warm.... But it was the same sandwich with the bite out of it. It wasn't microwaved so they put the sandwich with the bite out of it back on the grill. She threw the sandwich in front of us and never uttered a word. Not an I very sorry, nothing.
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