The Simi Valley Town Center is a 600,000 sq ft open-air shopping, dining and entertainment center in the heart of Simi Valley, off the 118 freeway between First Street and Erringer Road at 1555 Simi Town Center Way. This mall opened in fall 2005.
Eateries at the Town Center include Corner Bakery, California Pizza Kitchen, Souplantation, Larsen's Grill, Red Robin, Exotic Thai, a new (September 2015) Buffalo Wild Wings. Macy's anchors both ends of the mall, allowing men and women to split up for shopping and meet in the middle.
The 41,211 sq ft Studio Movie Grill opened at the Town Center on October 22, 2015, with nine screens and over 950 seats. It is a beautiful theater offering stadium seating and fixed lounge seats with individual dining tables and service.
This is also a nice mall for the kids, as there is plenty of room to run around and explore in the open air setting. There is a kids' play area, oak trees, mosaic dragon, outdoor fireplace and gardens to explore. There are also train rides available for $2 per child at Center Court.
There is usually a koi pond at the mall but as of February 2014 the koi have been temporarily relocated as the mall undergoes redevelopment. The koi will be back I'm told.
The Center is open Mon-Sat from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sun from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit www.shopsimivalleytowncenter.com for more information.