A Day At Westfield Topanga Mall and Village

If you’re a true valley girl, you know exactly what the Westfield Topanga Mall and Village is. Yes, if you’re a fan of shopping, & dining, be ready to spend your whole day here. Don’t worry we’ve got all the best things to do and see so you don’t miss a thing. Keep scrolling, because here’s our tips and tricks on how to spend the day at the Westfield Topanga Mall and Village


Well we’re at the mall…duh. So of course the Westfield Topanga Mall and Village, located at 6600 Topanga Canyon Blvd in Canoga Park, has every shop you can imagine plus more to come. This place has 150 stores, from high end designer brands to trendy clothing, or unique gifts…you’ll find it all here. And we’re talking luxe stores like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Cartier,  and Jimmy Choo. But they’ve also got our mall musts, like Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, Lululemon, and the best (according to us) Zara. Oh yeah, this place is a fashionista’s paradise indeed. And hey, we all love a good department store to find a really good deal. Macys, Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom are here too, pluswait for It there’s a Target! Again, you can literally spend the whole day here shopping and picking up essentials.

But get ready for more. The Westfield Topanga Mall and Village is building out  21,000 sq. ft. of new space and bringing in brands like Alo Yoga, Arhaus, and the uber luxury brand Hermeś.  Start saving those pennies for  a shiny new Birkin right now!

Now let’s chat about the Village. The outdoor mall is right across the street from the main mall. Stores include curated boutiques, plus big stores like REI, Costco, and more. And the Village has the best restaurants (we’ll get to that in a sec). Obviously we can’t name all the stores because then you’d be scrolling a long list, but here’s a detailed map of all their stores and what’s to come.

Pro Tip: The Village has a full trolley service to take you from here to there. What more could you ask for?

Courtesy of AO Architects


After all that shopping you’re sure to work up an appetite. But with so many options at this mall, we get it…it’s going to be a struggle choosing where to go. Let’s start with the amazing food court shall we? There is Chipotle, Shake Shack, Panda Express, Blaze Pizza, and more. For a sit down experience (your toes will thank you) there are restaurants like The Cheesecake Factory, CPK, and Gyu Kaku. And soon, with their new build-out, you can expect a delicious food hall which will feature over 20+ new restaurants like a Burrata House, Fat Sal’s, and Jinya Ramen.

Ok, now across the street at The Village , you can grab some sushi at Katsuya or Wokano, or try the best Mexican food at XOC Tequila Grill, or get a steakhouse vibe at JOEY. Casual dining experiences include  Cava, Veggie Grill, and Sweetfin. And to wrap things up In one sweet bow, go to Sloans. They’ve got a wide selection of  ice cream and candy. 

Courtesy of AO Architects

Things To Do

Not in the mood of shopping ( wait, what?), well, we’ve got options. The Westfield Topanga Mall and Village just opened a brand new AMC Theaters , and guess what… it’s a Dine-In theater. So you’ll get those reclining seats, plus the option to have food delivered straight to your seat. 

Movies not your thing, that’s cool. There is also an arcade called The Fun Factory where you can spend your day with friends or the kiddos to play all day and maybe win a prize or two. Or if you really want to score big, head on over to the in house Tesla dealership where you can shop for your new electric wheels or maybe just test drive one. Plus, coming soon, a bowling alley called Pinstripes. It will also have a full bar and dining options too.

Courtesy of AMC Theatres


I know what you’re thinking…parking sucks in LA and to spend the day here probably costs a fortune. WRONG. Parking is FREE, but only over at the Mall side. And remember, to get to the Village side, just take the free trolley. If you’re feeling a little fancy, you could even valet your car at Nordstrom.

Pro Tip: Just need to shop at the Village? Costco parking is 2 hours free and regular parking is 90 minutes free, without validation.

Hours of Operation

The hours may change based on holidays, obviously, but the basic rundown is Monday-Thursday 10 AM- 8 PM, Friday & Saturday is 10 AM-9PM, and Sunday (for you brunch babes), hours are 11AM-7PM. Also, keep this in mind that restaurant hours may differ, so be sure to check before you go.

Expansion render courtesy of AO Architects

Now that you know where to shop, get a leg up on the trends for Fall 2023.

Images, including featured, courtesy of AOArchitects.com


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