Grove Auto Spa

★★★★☆
  • 189 The Grove Dr # F80

    Los Angeles, CA 90036

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  • 323-938-9688

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Trendy car wash.
Service could be quicker and it's always a little crazy by the Grove.

Try to go in the off hours and you'll have a good experience.

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Trendy car wash.
Service could be quicker and it's always a little crazy by the Grove.

Try to go in the off hours and you'll have a good experience.

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WOW!! What a great shop. We highly recommend...

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Suite # 857 Regus Level 8, RDB Boulevard, Plot K-1, Sector V,
Block EP & GP,Salt Lake City, Kolkata, 700091, India

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WOW!! What a great shop. We highly recommend...

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Suite # 857 Regus Level 8, RDB Boulevard, Plot K-1, Sector V,
Block EP & GP,Salt Lake City, Kolkata, 700091, India

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Great and trendy place to go around and see whats new and watch a movie.

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Great and trendy place to go around and see whats new and watch a movie.

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wonderful place to go it has an outdoor mall. with a pond, restaurants and a movie theater. but everything is pricy, from the parking to the movies.

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wonderful place to go it has an outdoor mall. with a pond, restaurants and a movie theater. but everything is pricy, from the parking to the movies.

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The Grove is a great outdoor mall. We love going there when my family is visiting us from Europe, especially around christmas time. The stores and streets are nicely decorated, the huge Christmas tree is gorgeous and the lights, Santa Claus and the snow just make the experience even better for young kids!
They have a great selection of stores (Banana Republic, Pottery Barn Kids, Apple Store, Crate and Barrel, Nordstrom, Sur La Table, Gap, Lucky Brand, Abercrombie & Fitch, Barneys CO-OP...) and restaurants we like to go to (Wood Ranch Grill, Maggiano's, Morels Bistro).
The trolley and fountain are also a big hit with my 4 year old son.
It does get crowded especially during the weekends but the parking garage is huge and tells you how many spots are left on each floor. With the Loyalty Reward Program you get complimentary valet parking for the day when you spend $250 during one visit.
Great bonus: it's right next to the popular LA Farmer's Market!

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The Grove is a great outdoor mall. We love going there when my family is visiting us from Europe, especially around christmas time. The stores and streets are nicely decorated, the huge Christmas tree is gorgeous and the lights, Santa Claus and the snow just make the experience even better for young kids!
They have a great selection of stores (Banana Republic, Pottery Barn Kids, Apple Store, Crate and Barrel, Nordstrom, Sur La Table, Gap, Lucky Brand, Abercrombie & Fitch, Barneys CO-OP...) and restaurants we like to go to (Wood Ranch Grill, Maggiano's, Morels Bistro).
The trolley and fountain are also a big hit with my 4 year old son.
It does get crowded especially during the weekends but the parking garage is huge and tells you how many spots are left on each floor. With the Loyalty Reward Program you get complimentary valet parking for the day when you spend $250 during one visit.
Great bonus: it's right next to the popular LA Farmer's Market!

Pros: Shopping, Restaurants, Holiday Season

Cons: Crowded during weekends

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My boyfriend and I came here last weekend and had a wonderful afternoon. With all of the shopping and food it makes the perfect date spot!

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My boyfriend and I came here last weekend and had a wonderful afternoon. With all of the shopping and food it makes the perfect date spot!

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I just went to The Grove last weekend with my family. The holiday decorations are so festive & a great way to get into the holiday spirit. You have to go check out the huge Christmas Tree. It's also a lot of fun to explore The Farmer's Market. There are so many good treats there...it's hard to decide which place to try.

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I just went to The Grove last weekend with my family. The holiday decorations are so festive & a great way to get into the holiday spirit. You have to go check out the huge Christmas Tree. It's also a lot of fun to explore The Farmer's Market. There are so many good treats there...it's hard to decide which place to try.

Pros: The Holiday Decorations & The Farmer's Market

Cons: Sometimes crowded

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What more can you ask for! Movies, shopping, great dining and a place to relax!

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What more can you ask for! Movies, shopping, great dining and a place to relax!

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Beautiful and fun mall. Just don't go on the weekends-lots of people!

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Beautiful and fun mall. Just don't go on the weekends-lots of people!

Pros: Fun!

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Ok so... this a must see if your in LA. I always bring my friends here when they visit from up north. It's bl*ws their minds. the shopping is ridiculous, the food is great. There is a farmers market around the corner and last time I was there I saw Tila Tequila

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Ok so... this a must see if your in LA. I always bring my friends here when they visit from up north. It's bl*ws their minds. the shopping is ridiculous, the food is great. There is a farmers market around the corner and last time I was there I saw Tila Tequila

Pros: parking...you can valet your car

Cons: none

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This place is so crowded and it's hard to get the parking, but overall I still love it. it's always clean. New restaurants are opening frequently. Staff is usually friendly.

2
★★★★☆

This place is so crowded and it's hard to get the parking, but overall I still love it. it's always clean. New restaurants are opening frequently. Staff is usually friendly.

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The Grove is a great place to walk around with your friends or family. They have many great fashionable stores, a movie theater (although it's expensive), an amazing fountain, food stands and so much more. It is definitely worth checking out.

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The Grove is a great place to walk around with your friends or family. They have many great fashionable stores, a movie theater (although it's expensive), an amazing fountain, food stands and so much more. It is definitely worth checking out.

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Great place to hangout with friends or family. summer or winter, day or night! Great shopping, food and atmosphere! Also the movie theater has super comfy seats! :-)

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Great place to hangout with friends or family. summer or winter, day or night! Great shopping, food and atmosphere! Also the movie theater has super comfy seats! :-)

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I love bringing out of town guest to The Grove to get a good sample of LA life. it's more than a mall. it's a spectacular hangout place where there is something for everyone!!

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I love bringing out of town guest to The Grove to get a good sample of LA life. it's more than a mall. it's a spectacular hangout place where there is something for everyone!!

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My parents especially my father make the Grove the Number 1 spot to visit after leaving the airport. It has a great and inviting environment for families, cultural enthusiasts, high-class and those aspiring to be so. With convenient parking ranging from self-parking to valet, from $1 and up, you can simply walk around the outside mall, lay on the grass, listen to live jazz, watch the water show, enjoy fine dining outside, on the balcony, or inside the intimate, and warm vibe of the restaurants. Whether alone or with a group, you can always enjoy shopping, chilaxing in the Bookstore, or enjoying a movie at the theater. Great place to meet any mood, any need, and fulfill you by the time you leave.

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My parents especially my father make the Grove the Number 1 spot to visit after leaving the airport. It has a great and inviting environment for families, cultural enthusiasts, high-class and those aspiring to be so. With convenient parking ranging from self-parking to valet, from $1 and up, you can simply walk around the outside mall, lay on the grass, listen to live jazz, watch the water show, enjoy fine dining outside, on the balcony, or inside the intimate, and warm vibe of the restaurants. Whether alone or with a group, you can always enjoy shopping, chilaxing in the Bookstore, or enjoying a movie at the theater. Great place to meet any mood, any need, and fulfill you by the time you leave.

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The Grove at Farmer's Market has become a favorite hangout for my sweetie and I lately. It's a great date place, because you have the option of shopping, eating, catching a flick or just strolling down the Grove road hand in hand with your sweetie.
Its open air design and sidewalk cafes give you the feeling that you're not in the city anymore, rather somewhere outside the country. And while it can get a little crowded at times, it's still a fun place to hangout.

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The Grove at Farmer's Market has become a favorite hangout for my sweetie and I lately. It's a great date place, because you have the option of shopping, eating, catching a flick or just strolling down the Grove road hand in hand with your sweetie.
Its open air design and sidewalk cafes give you the feeling that you're not in the city anymore, rather somewhere outside the country. And while it can get a little crowded at times, it's still a fun place to hangout.

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Angelenos and out-of-towners flock to this popular venue for entertainment, dining, shopping and of course people watching. I was mostly impressed by its stylish architecture and precious decor--it comes all in red, light brown and golden tones. Pleasant tunes create a background for extensive shopping and invite to luscious dining. A feast for the eyes is certainly for every female the topless male situated at the entrance of "Abercrombie and Fitch". I would highly recommend the Grove bookstore: "Barnes & Noble" . Summing up, to shop and dine at this venue is definitely not a bargain, but it convinces you with its fashionable style and trendy vibe.

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Angelenos and out-of-towners flock to this popular venue for entertainment, dining, shopping and of course people watching. I was mostly impressed by its stylish architecture and precious decor--it comes all in red, light brown and golden tones. Pleasant tunes create a background for extensive shopping and invite to luscious dining. A feast for the eyes is certainly for every female the topless male situated at the entrance of "Abercrombie and Fitch". I would highly recommend the Grove bookstore: "Barnes & Noble" . Summing up, to shop and dine at this venue is definitely not a bargain, but it convinces you with its fashionable style and trendy vibe.

Pros: Ambience, service, diversified entertainment

Cons: pricy, packed on weekends

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I often go to the farmers market after work just to pick up the atmosphere. International delicacies among local dishes are showcased everywhere while a mixed crowd and a particular scenery maintain a cozy atmosphere. Sometimes it is a kind of chaotic though, but certainly a perfect place for family dining and shopping. The haunt is especially packed on weekends. Recently I had some sushi there. It came fresh and nicely arranged. It is though all about the communal vibe and the international cuisines it offers.

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I often go to the farmers market after work just to pick up the atmosphere. International delicacies among local dishes are showcased everywhere while a mixed crowd and a particular scenery maintain a cozy atmosphere. Sometimes it is a kind of chaotic though, but certainly a perfect place for family dining and shopping. The haunt is especially packed on weekends. Recently I had some sushi there. It came fresh and nicely arranged. It is though all about the communal vibe and the international cuisines it offers.

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Lots of neat stores and places to eat. and during the holidays they really jazz it up perferct for a family night out. The movie theater on the other hand is very expensive but that never stop me from going.

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Lots of neat stores and places to eat. and during the holidays they really jazz it up perferct for a family night out. The movie theater on the other hand is very expensive but that never stop me from going.

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If you are in the Los Angeles area, you must visit the Grove. It's a gorgeous outdoor mall with tons of stores, with the highlight being the American Girl Place. The landscaping was phenomenal! It's worth the trip there just to see the grounds. We were really impressed with the women's restroom! It contained a sitting area complete with sofa and chairs! Plus, cloth like towels to dry your hands! You hated to throw them out!

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If you are in the Los Angeles area, you must visit the Grove. It's a gorgeous outdoor mall with tons of stores, with the highlight being the American Girl Place. The landscaping was phenomenal! It's worth the trip there just to see the grounds. We were really impressed with the women's restroom! It contained a sitting area complete with sofa and chairs! Plus, cloth like towels to dry your hands! You hated to throw them out!

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The Grove has every shop you would want all in one city like location. In the heart of LA, The Grove is a city in itself, it is set up to look like its own little village. With various shops for everyone, restaurants, a food market just outside it, and a terrific movie theatre!

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The Grove has every shop you would want all in one city like location. In the heart of LA, The Grove is a city in itself, it is set up to look like its own little village. With various shops for everyone, restaurants, a food market just outside it, and a terrific movie theatre!

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this is one of my favorite places in los angeles. it has everything you could want, and has awesome food and stores. the market side has the best fudge and little stores with fun stuff, and the more commercial part is pretty and fun to walk outdoors while you shop.

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this is one of my favorite places in los angeles. it has everything you could want, and has awesome food and stores. the market side has the best fudge and little stores with fun stuff, and the more commercial part is pretty and fun to walk outdoors while you shop.

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fresh produce and fruits. Berries are usually very over priced no matter what time of the year it is. They have good deals on seasonal fruit but sometimes it gets very crowded because they have a food court.

a totally trendy spot!

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fresh produce and fruits. Berries are usually very over priced no matter what time of the year it is. They have good deals on seasonal fruit but sometimes it gets very crowded because they have a food court.

a totally trendy spot!

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The Grove (at the Farmer's Market) is probably my favorite mall in all of the Los Angeles area (keeping in mind that I'm a West Hollywood resident). An upscale feeling outdoor mall, this place rocks! It's got a huge movie theatre and all the stores you'd want. The parking can (and does) fill up, so arrive early or count on doing the parking deck dance for a while. Better yet, park at a meter in the neighboring streets if you plan to be in and out (not for the movie-goer).

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The Grove (at the Farmer's Market) is probably my favorite mall in all of the Los Angeles area (keeping in mind that I'm a West Hollywood resident). An upscale feeling outdoor mall, this place rocks! It's got a huge movie theatre and all the stores you'd want. The parking can (and does) fill up, so arrive early or count on doing the parking deck dance for a while. Better yet, park at a meter in the neighboring streets if you plan to be in and out (not for the movie-goer).

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I'll be honest, I used to hate The Grove. It epitomized the worst of LA - exclusive, trendy, overpriced, fake, and a little ridiculous. However, somewhere along the way I believe I've been converted. When surveying LA shopping options, The Grove is a step above the standard blah mall. It has ambience with it's Bellagio-esque water fountain, tree-lined lit streets, and trolley. It has character in it's grand outdoor space with a quiet street tucked to the side. It's a nice place to take other people and a place that makes you feel good while you shop. It has a nice array of shops and restauarants, and the Farmer's Market keeps the place somewhat down to earth. But most important, it offers an experience while still offering affordable shopping.

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I'll be honest, I used to hate The Grove. It epitomized the worst of LA - exclusive, trendy, overpriced, fake, and a little ridiculous. However, somewhere along the way I believe I've been converted. When surveying LA shopping options, The Grove is a step above the standard blah mall. It has ambience with it's Bellagio-esque water fountain, tree-lined lit streets, and trolley. It has character in it's grand outdoor space with a quiet street tucked to the side. It's a nice place to take other people and a place that makes you feel good while you shop. It has a nice array of shops and restauarants, and the Farmer's Market keeps the place somewhat down to earth. But most important, it offers an experience while still offering affordable shopping.

Pros: Ambience, Affordable, Shopping & Food Selection

Cons: Pricey Theater, Can Be Crowded

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Once upon a time there was a quaint little market on the corner of Third and Fairfax Avenues, near the Museum row. It was a great place to get fresh produce, novelty gift items and an affordable lunch under $10. Then someone got the brilliant idea to replace a portion of the land next door into a monstrous shopping mall, with all the same stores you see in every other shopping mall in America. And things rarely go on sale at any of them. And parking is difficult - the digital parking space counter is supposed to be helpful, but when you see that there are 80 parking spaces on L2, they FORGET to mention that those spots are reserved for valet!

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Once upon a time there was a quaint little market on the corner of Third and Fairfax Avenues, near the Museum row. It was a great place to get fresh produce, novelty gift items and an affordable lunch under $10. Then someone got the brilliant idea to replace a portion of the land next door into a monstrous shopping mall, with all the same stores you see in every other shopping mall in America. And things rarely go on sale at any of them. And parking is difficult - the digital parking space counter is supposed to be helpful, but when you see that there are 80 parking spaces on L2, they FORGET to mention that those spots are reserved for valet!

Pros: Farmer's Market, theme park-like mall

Cons: Overpriced retail shops

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You cannot get any more inauthentic than The Grove. It's made for Tourists and worse, Los Angeleno's have to suffer another faux reality and this time it's interfering with their shopping. If you want good shopping, check out The Beverly Center or Century City. If you want good food, click under restaurants after reading this review and find a place that isn't in an outdoor mall. The worst part of all of this is that once The Grove was erected, The Farmer's Market lost it's quaint, quiet charm, prices went up and those of us who cherished the nostolgia and precious nature of the market lost something special. It's simply not worth it.

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You cannot get any more inauthentic than The Grove. It's made for Tourists and worse, Los Angeleno's have to suffer another faux reality and this time it's interfering with their shopping. If you want good shopping, check out The Beverly Center or Century City. If you want good food, click under restaurants after reading this review and find a place that isn't in an outdoor mall. The worst part of all of this is that once The Grove was erected, The Farmer's Market lost it's quaint, quiet charm, prices went up and those of us who cherished the nostolgia and precious nature of the market lost something special. It's simply not worth it.

Pros: It's not going to physically hurt you

Cons: Variety, inauthenticity, value

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I really like the Grove. With a huge parking lot with digital displays that show you how many parking spaces are left on each level, the movie theater which features limited-run independent films, and some very nice restaurants, not to mention the Farmer's Market, the Grove is a great destination. It gets very crowded on weekends and I generally stay away during the holiday shopping season. The restaurants are the real reason to come here, and the trolley is nifty as well.

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I really like the Grove. With a huge parking lot with digital displays that show you how many parking spaces are left on each level, the movie theater which features limited-run independent films, and some very nice restaurants, not to mention the Farmer's Market, the Grove is a great destination. It gets very crowded on weekends and I generally stay away during the holiday shopping season. The restaurants are the real reason to come here, and the trolley is nifty as well.

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The Farmer's Market was a charming getaway in the middle of busy LA, surrounded by busy streets and the CBS Studios. Someone got the bright idea to append a shopping mall with chain stores to the adjacent lot, with mixed results. The shopping mall has the usual chain stores. It does have nice fountains, but it's nothing to write home about. The Farmer's Market itself hasn't changed much. It's a nice place to get something to eat, with lots of variety, and with nice areas to sit down. There is excellent produce available,along with other specialty foods. A very nice stop if you're in the area.

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The Farmer's Market was a charming getaway in the middle of busy LA, surrounded by busy streets and the CBS Studios. Someone got the bright idea to append a shopping mall with chain stores to the adjacent lot, with mixed results. The shopping mall has the usual chain stores. It does have nice fountains, but it's nothing to write home about. The Farmer's Market itself hasn't changed much. It's a nice place to get something to eat, with lots of variety, and with nice areas to sit down. There is excellent produce available,along with other specialty foods. A very nice stop if you're in the area.

Pros: Farmer's Market has good places to eat and buy food

Cons: The Grove is nothing special

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The Grove is well designed -- it has a central area with a water display that is designed to attract people. It must have worked, because people naturally gravitate towards the water. On weekends, they have a local band come and play on the patch of grass in the middle -- it makes for a very festive atmosphere. It's fun to go and eat or look around there, as the Farmer's Market is right next to it, and has its own tasty attractions. The only problem with it however, is that for a mall, it actually doesn't have that many stores and the shopping is a little disappointing. It is often very crowded, as well.

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The Grove is well designed -- it has a central area with a water display that is designed to attract people. It must have worked, because people naturally gravitate towards the water. On weekends, they have a local band come and play on the patch of grass in the middle -- it makes for a very festive atmosphere. It's fun to go and eat or look around there, as the Farmer's Market is right next to it, and has its own tasty attractions. The only problem with it however, is that for a mall, it actually doesn't have that many stores and the shopping is a little disappointing. It is often very crowded, as well.

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This is an outdoor mall connected to the Farmer's Market. There is a lot of stores and good restaurants, even a trolly to take you from the Grove to the Farmers Market and back for free.

The mall is very nice looking and it is a big tourist attraction. Since people go to both the Grove & Farmers Market. There are plenty of touring buses that stop here.

Overall, I found the Grove to be very crowded. The parking structure is a pain, you have to drive around in circles looking for parking. Many times having a long walk to an elevator or escalator. The mall is too expensive and crowded for me to shop there.

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This is an outdoor mall connected to the Farmer's Market. There is a lot of stores and good restaurants, even a trolly to take you from the Grove to the Farmers Market and back for free.

The mall is very nice looking and it is a big tourist attraction. Since people go to both the Grove & Farmers Market. There are plenty of touring buses that stop here.

Overall, I found the Grove to be very crowded. The parking structure is a pain, you have to drive around in circles looking for parking. Many times having a long walk to an elevator or escalator. The mall is too expensive and crowded for me to shop there.

Pros: Good stores, Good restaurants, Trolly

Cons: Bad Parking, Mall Crowded

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The Grove is a great place to go to be able to walk outdoors down a shopping strip. It's a great atmosphere to bring a family to or go on a date. It doesn't have many stores but those they do have are huge, like the 2 story Abercrombie and Fitch. They also have an amazing movie theater, though it's pricey. Parking can get expensive, even after a validation, which you shouldn't forget to get. Maggiano's has great Italian food there!

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★★★★☆

The Grove is a great place to go to be able to walk outdoors down a shopping strip. It's a great atmosphere to bring a family to or go on a date. It doesn't have many stores but those they do have are huge, like the 2 story Abercrombie and Fitch. They also have an amazing movie theater, though it's pricey. Parking can get expensive, even after a validation, which you shouldn't forget to get. Maggiano's has great Italian food there!

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This is one of my favorie shopping places in Los Angeles. I love the "outdoor-sy" shopping experience, the water fountain with kids jumping around, young hip & trendy vibe, latest fasion from boutique stores as well as the Pacific Theater! The parking structure is big enough to accomodate the crowds and it is right next to Farmer's Market to satisfy your hunger. It gets too crowded on the weekends, though.

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This is one of my favorie shopping places in Los Angeles. I love the "outdoor-sy" shopping experience, the water fountain with kids jumping around, young hip & trendy vibe, latest fasion from boutique stores as well as the Pacific Theater! The parking structure is big enough to accomodate the crowds and it is right next to Farmer's Market to satisfy your hunger. It gets too crowded on the weekends, though.

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This is a great place to go to if you want to browse without buying anything! This atmosphere does not at all pressure you into purchases, but certainly makes the possibility comfortable and easy if thats what you decide to do. lots of snack places, lots of places to sit down and chat and hang out. THUMBS UP!!!

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This is a great place to go to if you want to browse without buying anything! This atmosphere does not at all pressure you into purchases, but certainly makes the possibility comfortable and easy if thats what you decide to do. lots of snack places, lots of places to sit down and chat and hang out. THUMBS UP!!!

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I love this place. And it's a great place for shopping though crowded all the time. I love this place because you can shop in the air.It's not like Mall.It's a chain of boutiques along the street on both sides. There's also a big food court though it's too crowded and prices are somewhat high. There's a big movie theatre inside of the Groove.
It has always a new selection of movies.

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I love this place. And it's a great place for shopping though crowded all the time. I love this place because you can shop in the air.It's not like Mall.It's a chain of boutiques along the street on both sides. There's also a big food court though it's too crowded and prices are somewhat high. There's a big movie theatre inside of the Groove.
It has always a new selection of movies.

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I love this outdoor shopping center. It's much more convenient than the Beverly Center with easy parking and a central location. It has your standard shops like Gap, J Crew, Abercrombie and Bath & Body Works. But also some rarer ones like Anthropologie and Lucky Brand. You can sit down and eat at one of their great restaurants or walk to the farmers market for some great counter-joint grub.

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I love this outdoor shopping center. It's much more convenient than the Beverly Center with easy parking and a central location. It has your standard shops like Gap, J Crew, Abercrombie and Bath & Body Works. But also some rarer ones like Anthropologie and Lucky Brand. You can sit down and eat at one of their great restaurants or walk to the farmers market for some great counter-joint grub.

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WE LOVE TO STROLL THRU THE NEW GROVE AT FARMERS MARKET. THE PARKING IS AMPLE (BUT CROWDED ON THE WEEKENDS). WE LOVE TO GO TO THE PACIFIC THEATRES THERE TO SIT IN THE STADIUM SEATING.

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WE LOVE TO STROLL THRU THE NEW GROVE AT FARMERS MARKET. THE PARKING IS AMPLE (BUT CROWDED ON THE WEEKENDS). WE LOVE TO GO TO THE PACIFIC THEATRES THERE TO SIT IN THE STADIUM SEATING.

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When I heard they were building a shopping centger next to the Farmer's Market, my heart sank. As a lover of old Hollywood, I just knew the integrity of the old market wouldn't be preserved. But was I wrong! The old bleeds into the new seamlessly in this wonderful street of shopping reminiscent in spirit of Main Street at Disneyland. There is a trolley that runs down the center which has double decker seating and is always filled with families out for a good time. There are chi-chi shops and reasonable ones, a terrific Barnes and Noble bookstore, a fun Apple Store, a huge Pacific Theaters with ticket takers and ushers dressed up like the ushers of old Hollywood and a Nordstrom's Department store and Crate & Barrel, to name a few. And all leads right up to the old Farmer's Market with its stalls of foods from all over the world, filled with customers roaming from the old to the new. There is a fountain which "dances" to prerecorded music every so often. A terrific destination for visitors and residents

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When I heard they were building a shopping centger next to the Farmer's Market, my heart sank. As a lover of old Hollywood, I just knew the integrity of the old market wouldn't be preserved. But was I wrong! The old bleeds into the new seamlessly in this wonderful street of shopping reminiscent in spirit of Main Street at Disneyland. There is a trolley that runs down the center which has double decker seating and is always filled with families out for a good time. There are chi-chi shops and reasonable ones, a terrific Barnes and Noble bookstore, a fun Apple Store, a huge Pacific Theaters with ticket takers and ushers dressed up like the ushers of old Hollywood and a Nordstrom's Department store and Crate & Barrel, to name a few. And all leads right up to the old Farmer's Market with its stalls of foods from all over the world, filled with customers roaming from the old to the new. There is a fountain which "dances" to prerecorded music every so often. A terrific destination for visitors and residents

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This is one of the nicest additions to LA in recent memory. When i moved here, i was pleasantly surprised to find this great place for shopping, movies, eating, and just strolling. They did a great job incorporating the old farmer's market into the shopping area. Not the greatest store selection - but the important ones are covered if you know what things you're looking for. Parking lot can be a mess to get out of on the weekends, but what else would you expect? This is LA after all.

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This is one of the nicest additions to LA in recent memory. When i moved here, i was pleasantly surprised to find this great place for shopping, movies, eating, and just strolling. They did a great job incorporating the old farmer's market into the shopping area. Not the greatest store selection - but the important ones are covered if you know what things you're looking for. Parking lot can be a mess to get out of on the weekends, but what else would you expect? This is LA after all.

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This is the openair mall that is best to go to around any holiday. They decorate and have all kinds of things that go along with the holiday it is. It is like you are in a real town not a mall. I love it when local radio and tv stations do promos there and I can go there and sometimes win prizes. Every Xmas I go there when the carolers are out and me and my friends sit at an outside cafe and get in the holiday feeling.

PROS: It is beautiful, plent y of parking, great food places
CONS: The stores and the food places are expensive but I still go there.

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★★★★★

This is the openair mall that is best to go to around any holiday. They decorate and have all kinds of things that go along with the holiday it is. It is like you are in a real town not a mall. I love it when local radio and tv stations do promos there and I can go there and sometimes win prizes. Every Xmas I go there when the carolers are out and me and my friends sit at an outside cafe and get in the holiday feeling.

PROS: It is beautiful, plent y of parking, great food places
CONS: The stores and the food places are expensive but I still go there.

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Fantasy Land for the adult. This is a great fun place to check out. Also great for tourists. They have lots of cute restaurants where on a sunny day you can eat outside and people watch. They have a cute fountain and at night they do a little water show. A trolley can take up down the whole Grove. There is a Nordstroms and other great clothing stores. Farmer's market is located on the same strip.

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Fantasy Land for the adult. This is a great fun place to check out. Also great for tourists. They have lots of cute restaurants where on a sunny day you can eat outside and people watch. They have a cute fountain and at night they do a little water show. A trolley can take up down the whole Grove. There is a Nordstroms and other great clothing stores. Farmer's market is located on the same strip.

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I'm not a compulsive shopper or anything, but if I had to pick a place to shop, it'd be The Grove.

The Grove is half shopping mall, half amusement park. It's got a really cool trolley that you can hop on and ride between shops, and a hypnotic fountain with jets that shoot water in sync with whatever music is playing (think The Bellagio on a slightly smaller scale). There's a movie theater, an Apple Store, Barnes & Noble, Victoria's Secret, and it's all right next to a great Farmer's Market.

Highly recommended, and parking isn't too bad.

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I'm not a compulsive shopper or anything, but if I had to pick a place to shop, it'd be The Grove.

The Grove is half shopping mall, half amusement park. It's got a really cool trolley that you can hop on and ride between shops, and a hypnotic fountain with jets that shoot water in sync with whatever music is playing (think The Bellagio on a slightly smaller scale). There's a movie theater, an Apple Store, Barnes & Noble, Victoria's Secret, and it's all right next to a great Farmer's Market.

Highly recommended, and parking isn't too bad.

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Going to the Grove/Farmer's Market is a real treat. I'll warn you first: located in the heart of the city, traffic in the area can be a problem, and parking is pricey. But the Grove is beautiful, filled with stores I can't afford to shop at and restaurants I can't afford to eat at. This is definitely a place to take a date. You can visit one of the numerous restaurants, walk around, and enjoy the fountains and ambiance. The Grove is right next to the best permanent farmer's market in the city, which you can check out while you're there. I think the farmer's market is actually more interesting than the Grove.

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Going to the Grove/Farmer's Market is a real treat. I'll warn you first: located in the heart of the city, traffic in the area can be a problem, and parking is pricey. But the Grove is beautiful, filled with stores I can't afford to shop at and restaurants I can't afford to eat at. This is definitely a place to take a date. You can visit one of the numerous restaurants, walk around, and enjoy the fountains and ambiance. The Grove is right next to the best permanent farmer's market in the city, which you can check out while you're there. I think the farmer's market is actually more interesting than the Grove.

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Aside from the mobs of good-looking people, great retail stores and plenty of food selection -- my new single favorite reason to go to The Grove is to get my bath salt fix at "Sea Maid." They have the cutest display and sell the most delicious-smelling bath crystals in all kinds of colors and scents. The employees (at least everytime I've visited) are "attitude free" and will help you create your own bottle. They even give you half price refills -- that always keeps me coming back.

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★★★★★

Aside from the mobs of good-looking people, great retail stores and plenty of food selection -- my new single favorite reason to go to The Grove is to get my bath salt fix at "Sea Maid." They have the cutest display and sell the most delicious-smelling bath crystals in all kinds of colors and scents. The employees (at least everytime I've visited) are "attitude free" and will help you create your own bottle. They even give you half price refills -- that always keeps me coming back.

Pros: friendly service, good product, good selection

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Traffic to the grove was pretty packed, but once we got to the parking lot, easy to find parking, with the meters telling you which story has how many parking... obviously the top had around 500 open spots... Theres lots of stores around here to keep busy for awhile, but once you reached the end, you really reached the end. I had no problem ordering and calling for more food. The tracks and the lights remind me of Disneyland and the water show reminds me of vegas. The movie line was pretty long, but thats what i expected from a popular shopping center. A great place to bring dates for a short stop, parking didn't cost much and the bev center is just down a few blocks. Overall, prices are bad and no sales, but late at night its a great place to be for a little bit of relaxation.

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★★★★☆

Traffic to the grove was pretty packed, but once we got to the parking lot, easy to find parking, with the meters telling you which story has how many parking... obviously the top had around 500 open spots... Theres lots of stores around here to keep busy for awhile, but once you reached the end, you really reached the end. I had no problem ordering and calling for more food. The tracks and the lights remind me of Disneyland and the water show reminds me of vegas. The movie line was pretty long, but thats what i expected from a popular shopping center. A great place to bring dates for a short stop, parking didn't cost much and the bev center is just down a few blocks. Overall, prices are bad and no sales, but late at night its a great place to be for a little bit of relaxation.

Pros: out door, many attractions

Cons: expensive, crowded, need expansions

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Love everything about the Grove except for one of the cart vendor (Visions in Crystal). They want your money but won't give you customer service you deserve. What they'll give you is major attitude. And no respect for my guest who doesn't speak fluent english, the funny thing is The Grove is suppose to be one of the tourist attraction in LA.
What did he expect everyone to speak english fluently? maybe this person from Vision in Crystal shouldn't be living in LA. Just wanted people out there to know what to expect from this vendor.
Would've been a great experience if it wasn't because of the Vision in Crystal vendor.

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Love everything about the Grove except for one of the cart vendor (Visions in Crystal). They want your money but won't give you customer service you deserve. What they'll give you is major attitude. And no respect for my guest who doesn't speak fluent english, the funny thing is The Grove is suppose to be one of the tourist attraction in LA.
What did he expect everyone to speak english fluently? maybe this person from Vision in Crystal shouldn't be living in LA. Just wanted people out there to know what to expect from this vendor.
Would've been a great experience if it wasn't because of the Vision in Crystal vendor.

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The Grove is an awesome upscale-feeling place to 'hang out' if you wanna get a coffee, grab a movie, or just browse the books at the huge Barnes & Noble. Also, its conveniently attached to the Farmer's Market if you want a variety of 'down home' foods to select from. The shopping at the Grove its good, but not overwhelming like at the Beverly Center.

Also, I think Its theme park atmosphere is part of its charm. Be sure not to miss the fountain show - who knew water could be so fun to watch?

This place is a great outdoor mall to take out of town guests...its relaxed and great for people watching.

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★★★★★

The Grove is an awesome upscale-feeling place to 'hang out' if you wanna get a coffee, grab a movie, or just browse the books at the huge Barnes & Noble. Also, its conveniently attached to the Farmer's Market if you want a variety of 'down home' foods to select from. The shopping at the Grove its good, but not overwhelming like at the Beverly Center.

Also, I think Its theme park atmosphere is part of its charm. Be sure not to miss the fountain show - who knew water could be so fun to watch?

This place is a great outdoor mall to take out of town guests...its relaxed and great for people watching.

Pros: Outdoor Shoppping, Farmer's Market, Movie Theatre

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UGGH! Crowded, crowded, crowded! Contrived Disneyland atmosphere and not a great assortment of stores. Parking is almost as bad as the Westside Pavililon. Nice movie theaters, but long lines. I'll stick to the Beverly Center for shopping & freestanding theaters like Arclight when I want to go to the movies.

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UGGH! Crowded, crowded, crowded! Contrived Disneyland atmosphere and not a great assortment of stores. Parking is almost as bad as the Westside Pavililon. Nice movie theaters, but long lines. I'll stick to the Beverly Center for shopping & freestanding theaters like Arclight when I want to go to the movies.

Pros: nice movie theaters

Cons: crowded, tacky architecture, bad parking

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The Gilmore Foundation has done one fabulous job in creating a gathering place for all kinds of people. It is beautiful, convenient, fun, and the most enjoyable place anywhere in this area. Highly recommended for everyone.

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The Gilmore Foundation has done one fabulous job in creating a gathering place for all kinds of people. It is beautiful, convenient, fun, and the most enjoyable place anywhere in this area. Highly recommended for everyone.

Pros: convenient, lots of variety, perfect

 

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