great mall, icky movie theater, great restaurants, great westside, nice vibe, convenient parking facilities, good shopping experience
It can get way too crowded here sometimes but generally this is a fanastic mall.
Good restaurants and a nice selection of stores.
Great mall!. i love shopping at this mall. It has the best Macy's, which is one of my favorite stores there. Best of all, there's free parking!!! it's perfectly located, right off the 405. There is also a great theater to go to before or after shopping.
great mall. good selection of stores, nice vibe, good shopping experience all around, especially for a family....
Better over the years.
I remember this mall when there was a bridge to nowhere, the bridge that connect to the Landmark theatre let out to a disappointing 3 story array of awkward shops that clearly just couldn't afford the rent inside the indoor portion of the mall. Now the space is used beautifully for the Landmark theatre.
The mall itself has improved too, but it would be nice to see more independent businesses open up here. I feel like every mall is interchangeable now.
Great Mall. The Westside Pavilion is a great place to people watch! It also has a great movie theater and a good selection of stores.
A bit sketchy, a bit decent. I've shopped here often and found that their selection leaves a bit to be desired. The mall itself seems a bit run down and slightly depressing. If you can't make it down to 3rd St or up to the Galleria, this will do. Their food court is always packed and they have a small movie house that shows indie films which is cool.
Three levels (anchored by Nordstrom and Macy's) under a soaring glass ceiling--where Alicia Silverstone shopped in "Clueless"..
This mall, built in 1985, no longer sparkles like it used to, but it has aged better than most malls. Above the three shopping levels soars an arching glass skylight roof, a kind of Crystal Palace gone shopping. Shopaholics, we'll cut to the chase: Nordstrom, Macy's, Pavilions Supermarket, Barnes & Noble, Ann Taylor, BCBG, Banana Republic, Bebe, Bombay Company, Charles David, Express, Gap, and more are there for your shopping pleasure.
Pleasantly Surprised. This mall caught me by surprise. Very accessible, right off the 405, great restaurants in the area, and good shopping too! I went in thinking it couldn't match other malls in the area, but it didn't have to, it created its own niche. With an independent film movie theatre (I heard they were renovating it too), and great stores, the WestSide a great place to shop.
Great Mall of Fire. I'm not sure what these other users are talking about. Sure, if you want fight traffic through Beverly Hills to overpay for designer clothing the Bev. Center is for you. If you would rather search for hours to park and go watch some street perfomers, SM Promenade is for you. But if you want to get down to some shopping in an accessible area, go to Westside Pavilion. Great variety of stores, and all the big ones you need.
O.k Mall. I went to this mall to dine at Tony Roma's (That review is worth a gander) Westside Pavilion has convenient parking facilities. Part of the mall is outside. Barnes and Noble is great as it contains 3 floors. I need to come here again to know about this mall in further detail. But its right off La Cinega in Beverly Hills. So if you want to whip out some cash im sure they'll gladly take your funds.
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