- Outdoors & Nature
- Spa & Wellness
- Farmers Markets
- Arts & Culture
Each distinctive Huntington Beach neighborhood features its own curated shopping center, or fashionista mecca.
Pacific City, Downtown's coastal cool restaurant-retail hub, caters to visitors seeking a sophisticated and relaxing beach lifestyle experience just a short block south of the pier. In addition to modern boutiques and California-inspired cuisine, the "City" hosts weekly events, including complimentary live music.
5th and PCH Just steps from the beach, 5th and PCH is the perfect spot for shopping, dinning and fun for the whole family. Featured retailers include Active Ride Shop, Forever 21, Jolyn, Merrilee's Swimwear, Rip Curl, and more. You'll also find restaurants and specialty eateries from laid-back to hip including Bruxie Gourmet Waffle Sandwiches, The Pizza Press, and Pacific Hideaway at the Shorebreak, a Kimpton Hotel to name a few.
5 Points Plaza on Main Street is defined as "the lifestyle center of Huntington Beach" and has been a neighborhood fixture since 1961. This dining and casual-to-chic shopping strip covers all bases, from wellness and apparel to sushi and frozen yogurt.
Bella Terra visitors are here for one or all of four things: shopping, eating, working out, and/or catching a flick at Century Huntington Beach & XD. Take note of the in-theatre bar and lobby cafe. The coastal-casual outdoor mall features surf shops, popular apparel brands, book and paper stores, serene fountains, and weekly events. Plus, its convenient location near the 405 Freeway and Beach Boulevard make it a favorite for tourists and Orange County locals alike.
Huntington Harbour Place sits on the quieter northern end of town and features Trader Joe's as its anchor, along with a coffee shop, vegan restaurant, edgy comfort food eatery, yoga studio, ceramics studio, and jewelry boutique—each run by locals.