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The Block at Orange in Orange County, California

Updated on December 30, 2010

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.

Map of Orange County, California. The Block at Orange is located in the city of Orange in Orange County.
Map of Orange County, California. The Block at Orange is located in the city of Orange in Orange County.

Location, Shopping Hours and Directions

Address:

20 City Blvd. West

Orange, CA 92868

714-769-4000

Shopping Hours:

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.

Curfew:

The Orange City curfew is strictly enforces at The Block at Orange. A parent or legal guardian must escort guests under 18.

Directions:

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.

Entrances

Mall Entrances:

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

Map of The Block at Orange
Map of The Block at Orange

Services

Automated Teller Machines:

There are 4 ATM's located throughout the center.

Food:

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.

Disables Services:

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:

Valet parking is available for a nominal fee.

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Food/Restaurants at The Block at Orange

Alcatraz Brewing Co.

Carl's Jr.

Charley's Steakery

Corner Bakery

Dave & Busters

El Torito

Jamba Juice

Johnny Rockets

Kamiyama Sushi

Krispy Kreme

L.A. Italian Kitchen

Market Broiler

Pasta Bravo

Seattle's Best Coffee

Starbucks Coffee

Subway

Sweets From Heaven

Tastea

T.G.I. Friday's

Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt

Twin Dragon

Villa Dolce

Wetzel's Pretzels

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

Vans Skatepark At The Block at Orange

Lucky Strike Lanes - A cutting-edge combination of bowling, dining, lounging, and multi-media art.

Lucky Strike Lanes - A cutting-edge combination of bowling, dining, lounging, and multi-media art.
Lucky Strike Lanes - A cutting-edge combination of bowling, dining, lounging, and multi-media art.

Unisex Apparel at The Block at Orange

Aeropostale

American Eagle Outfitters

Anchor Blue

Ecko Unlimited

G by Guess

H & M

Holister

Hot Topic

M.A.D.E.

Neiman Marcus Last Call

No Fear

Old Navy

Pac Sun

Puma

Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th

Tilly's

Zumiez

Women's Apparel at The Block at Orange

Ann Taylor Factory Store

Forever 21

Frederick's of Hollywood

LVLX

Papaya Clothing Company

Torrid

Victoria's Secret

Wet Seal

Windsor

Health & Beauty at The Block at Orange

Bath & Body Works

Burke Williams Day Spa

LA Fitness

Perfumania

Planet Beauty

Orange County Then and Now (Then & Now)
Orange County Then and Now (Then & Now)

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.

• Fantastic archival photographs show how Orange County still reflects the influences of the Spanish missionaries who settled here in 1769. Side-by-side images of the Mission of San Juan Capistrano - as it was then and as it is today - make for a fascinating view of California history.

• Everyone knows that Disneyland put Anaheim on the map, but amazing photos show what was there before the Magic Kingdom.

• From Seal Beach to Dana Point, discover the world-famous beach cities of Orange County such as Newport, Huntington and Laguna Beaches, as they were then and as they are now.

 

Athletic/Sporting Goods at The Block at Orange

Converse

Finish Line

Nike Factory Store

Puma

Sports Treasures

Vans

Footwear at The Block at Orange

Baker's Shoes

Converse

Crocs

Finish Line

Nike Factory Store

Off Broadway Shoes

Puma

Robert Wayne Footwear

Skechers

Vans

Indoor VS Outdoor Malls

Do you prefer shopping at indoor malls or outdoor malls?

Indoor

Indoor

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    • whitehousepropertymanagement 5 years ago

      I would prefer an indoor shopping mall as it can be fun in all seasons.

    • WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      I'm used to indoor shopping malls but if the weather is pleasant I could shop anywhere!

    Outdoor

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      • Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

        Depends on the weather, in Southern CA I think I would prefer outdoors.

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      More Shops at The Block at Orange

      AT&T

      Bag in Style

      Block Optometry

      Bose Factory Store

      Children's Place Outlet

      Claire's Accessories

      Everything Cellular

      Games Workshop

      Gamestop

      Gymboree Outlet

      Imagine That Graphics

      It's All About Me Forever

      Jewelry Doctor

      Liberty Travel

      Past Tense

      Rock N Photo

      Spencer's Gifts

      Sunglass Hut

      Sun's Up

      T-Mobil

      Ultra Diamonds

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          whitehousepropertymanagement 5 years ago

          lot of shopping options........

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          Interesting lens. I have been to this mall many times. It has changed substantially since it first opened.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          The orange county looks terrific.

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          Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

          Looks like a great mall.

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          WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

          Wow. What an interesting mall with so much to see and do. I will have to put the Block at Orange on our trip list the next time we visit California. :)