The Block at Orange in Orange County, California
The Block at Orange, Orange County, California
The Block at Orange is an outdoor mall located in the city of Orange, in Orange County, California. At The Block at Orange, shoppers can find everything they need to make the most of a shopping getaway, and where one can find hundreds of brands all in one convenient location. There is plenty of entertainment too, including Lucky Strike Lanes and the Vans Skatepark. At The Block at Orange there are various themed restaurants such as Market Broiler, Cafe Tu Tu Tango, Johnny Rockets, El Torito, and Alcatraz Brewing Company, as well at the famous Burke Williams Day Spa.
Map of Orange County, California. The Block at Orange is located in the city of Orange in Orange County.
Location, Shopping Hours and Directions
20 City Blvd. West
Orange, CA 92868
Monday - Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
The Orange City curfew is strictly enforces at The Block at Orange. A parent or legal guardian must escort guests under 18.
The Block at Orange is located just of freeway 22 and I-5.
From LAX take 405 South to freeway 22 East and then exit The City Drive left.
From John Wayne Airport take 405 North, to 55 North, to freeway 22 West, exit The City Drive left.
On I-5 from LA, take The City Drive exit and turn right.
On I-5 from San Diego, take freeway 22 West, exit The City Drive turn left.
There are 7 entrances to the mall.
1st entrance is between Lucky Strike Lances and Borders Books. (Pictured in photo)
2nd entrance is between Alcatraz and Old Navy.
3rd entrance is between Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and Neiman Marcus Last Call Store.
4th entrance is near the Management Offices and Burke Williams Day Spa.
5th entrance is between the Nike Factory Store and the AMC 30 Theatres.
6th entrance is between AMC 30 Theatres and the Warehouse Furniture Outlet.
7th entrance is between the Warehouse Furniture Outlet and Dave & Buster's.
Map of The Block at Orange
Automated Teller Machines:
There are 4 ATM's located throughout the center.
The Block Party food court features 10 eateries, plus 15 cafes and restaurants are located throughout the center.
Restrooms and Public Telephones:
There are several restrooms situated at the center. The Family Restroom is located across from the Guest Services Booth.
Designated parking spaces are identified at each entrance.
Complimentary wheelchairs are available at the Guest Services Booth.
TDD phones are available near the Guest Services Booth.
Valet parking is available for a nominal fee.
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Food/Restaurants at The Block at Orange
Alcatraz Brewing Co.
Dave & Busters
L.A. Italian Kitchen
Seattle's Best Coffee
Sweets From Heaven
Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt
Entertainment at The Block at Orange
AMC 30 Theatres
Borders Books, Music, Cafe
Burke Williams Day Spa
Dave & Buster's
Lucky Strike Lanes
Vans Skatepark At The Block at Orange
Lucky Strike Lanes - A cutting-edge combination of bowling, dining, lounging, and multi-media art.
Unisex Apparel at The Block at Orange
American Eagle Outfitters
G by Guess
H & M
Neiman Marcus Last Call
Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th
Women's Apparel at The Block at Orange
Ann Taylor Factory Store
Frederick's of Hollywood
Papaya Clothing Company
Health & Beauty at The Block at Orange
Bath & Body Works
Burke Williams Day Spa
Orange County, or the OC as it's called by the locals, is California's most populous county, and has been home to many famous faces, including Mickey Mouse, the Beach Boys, and Richard Nixon. Orange County Then and Now visits all of the OC's legendary locations and pairs vintage views with modern scenes. It features the following.
• Sixty-nine pairs of photographs show how this sun-kissed valley looked long ago, and how it looks today, illustrating the impact of Southern California's economy and population explosion on the landscape.
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Athletic/Sporting Goods at The Block at Orange
Nike Factory Store
Footwear at The Block at Orange
Nike Factory Store
Off Broadway Shoes
Robert Wayne Footwear
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More Shops at The Block at Orange
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Bose Factory Store
Children's Place Outlet
Imagine That Graphics
It's All About Me Forever
Rock N Photo
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