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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 90%Family Travelers
- 85%Local Culture
- 54%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (112)
- The GroveSep 13, 2013
This is an outdoor shopping complex with mostly corporate American shops, but it's beautiful to be outside strolling around, rather than boxed inside a big concrete shopping mall. There's a train/trolly for kids to ride and they've got a huge fountain with "dancing waters" that jet to the Sinatra tunes piped around the place from hidden speakers. There is a big movie theater which has quite a big selection and good, comfortable seats with great projection. There's a Mac Store here and the biggest Victoria's Secret in LA. Saver Tip: You can park on the street a few blocks away and save on parking, but read your street signs carefully. Otherwise, the parking structure is fairly inexpensive if you get validation.
- The GroveMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 26, 2013
Connected to farmer'smarket, so a cool place to shop around and get some food afterwards (or before) to fill-up. Parking here is difficult and expensive. it took me 30 minutes just to find a spot. This place is pack, so be prepared to be pump into. Cool place to visit though, kinda like an outdoor Venesian Hotel.
- The GroveMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Aug 03, 2013
The Grove is a beautiful outdoor shopping center in LA that's great for window shopping and people watching. If you're there during a taping of Extra, you'll definitely see a few celebrities. You can also join in as part of the crowd that gets on TV.
- The GroveMay 25, 2013
The Grove is a large outdoor mall, offering shops, restaurants and a 14-screen movie theater. It features a large center park with an animated fountain designed by WET. Its music-fountain show plays every hour, though the feature has a non-musical program in between shows. An internal transit system uses electric-powered trolley cars to link The Grove and the adjacent Farmers Market. During the Christmas shopping season, fake snow is produced periodically during the night. The Grove’s many restaurants include chains like Maggiano’s Little Italy and The Cheesecake Factory as well as smaller, local restaurants like Wood Ranch BBQ and Grill, Morels French Steakhouse, The Farm of Beverly Hills, and La Piazza.
- The GroveMay 22, 2013
Oh YES! This is like Disneyland for the credit card brigade. Lots of great shopping, restaurants, movie theaters, etc. The thing is- It just looks so cool. There is a water feature with fountains that operate to music (like the Bellagio Hotel in Vegas) In winter it is really a magical place- they actually shoot "snow" out of hidden portals onto shoppers who can pretend they are in a very chic postcard from Currier & Ives