Burbank Town Center: A Shopping Mecca

Aug 27, 2009 by Lisa Newton

Burbank, for decades the butt of the Tonight Show’s Johnny Carson’s jokes, used to be a long time laid back working class town.

Over the last few years, however, it’s become home to many movie and television studios, including Universal, Disney, Warner, and Columbia Pictures. Not to mention all of its new development, and in this case—a haven for shopping, strolling, eateries, and hanging out with friends.

Inside

At the Burbank Town Center they have three interior levels of shopping including Macy’s, Sears, Sport Chalet, Bed Bath & Beyond, an AMC Theater with 14 screens, Old Navy, New York & Company, American Eagle, Zales, Aldo Shoes, and Charlotte Russe. Their exterior line-up includes IKEA, Barnes & Noble, Loehmann’s, Office Depot, California Pizza Kitchen, Corner Bakery, PF Chang’s and more.  What’s not to love?  Need more ideas?  Here’s a link for their full list of stores.

At the Burbank Town Center, there not just all about commerce, but they give back to the community as well:

Burbank Town Center launched a great new program called My School’s Cool! It’s as easy as 1,2,3! Every dollar you spend at the mall earns one point for participating schools. Drop off your receipt at any of the Customer service desk located on the lower level behind the glass elevator and each point you turn in can earn much needed funds for participating schools!  Click here for participating schools.

San Fernando Blvd.

But, the great shopping doesn’t start and end at the Burbank Town Center. Leading up to it is a great street packed with small and large shops and restaurants. Starting at the intersection of Angeleno and San Fernando Blvd, walk down the street to have lunch at Fuddrucker’s, catch a movie at the AMC theater, continue shopping, and then stop by Market City Caffe for dinner.

Fuddruckers

Travelin’ Local is always about where to go and what to do, and shopping is a ubiquitous part of what we do.

And as the saying goes: “Shop till You Drop!”

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2 Responses to “Burbank Town Center: A Shopping Mecca”

  1. carla says:

    Though I love shopping (mostly window shopping) I would love to see a post or two on neighborhoods with local and independent stores and boutiques.

    Malls are a great place to go if you need to beat the heat! There’s nothing like seeing a movie at the hottest part of the day. :)
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    LisaNewton Reply:

    @carla, You’d love this area of Burbank. Or even better, the area of Laguna Beach that I’m featuring tomorrow.

    I’m with you on the window shopping part, and unique boutiques have some of the most interesting items.

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