DISCOVER YOUR STYLE AT FASHION ISLAND NEWPORT BEACH
With an open-air elegance that fuses Italian style with California cool, Fashion Island boasts chic luxury boutiques, cafés and restaurants on lushly landscaped piazzas accented by fountains and palm trees. Opulent hotels and the new Civic Center nearby mirror the shopping destination’s sophisticated coastal style, while cultural and culinary offerings abound in Fashion Island and around the surrounding Newport Center neighborhood.
The amenities are aplenty when shopping at Fashion Island Newport Beach. Guests experience an attention to service and detail including three valet stations, complimentary trolley service through the center and parking areas, and an expert team of complimentary personal shoppers. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10 am to 9 pm, Saturday 10 am to 7 pm, and Sunday 11 am to 6 pm. Whether you lose yourself in a cappuccino by the Koi pond, or you prefer a hip new concoction by one of the mixologists serving up inspired cocktails, there are refreshing rest stops to soothe your soles from the non-stop shopping at Fashion Island in Newport Beach.More Info
YOU NAME IT, BALBOA VILLAGE HAS IT
Everything FROM shopping, dining, beaches, sportfishing, whale watching and water sports!
Grab an early morning breakfast at the Balboa Bakery & Donuts on your way to catch the Catalina Flyer or Davey’s Locker for some sportfishing. Savor fresh seafood, prime steaks and waterfront views at Harborside or Newport Landing. Eat a slice of yummy pizza from Pizza Pete’s, experience flavorful sushi at San Shi Go or kick back with a craft-brewed beer at the Balboa Saloon.
Powerboats, electric boats, sailboats, kayaks, stand up paddle boards, jet skis – check out the fleets at Balboa Boat Rentals and Marina Boat Rentals. Is fun on land more your style? Stroll along the Bayfront Boardwalk, Balboa Pier and Ocean Boardwalk, make it a beach day or rent bikes for the whole family at Seaside Bike Rentals. Explore all Balboa Village has to offer. You’re sure to make memories for a lifetime.
Lido Marina Village / Cannery Village
HARBORSIDE STYLE, ARTS AND DINING
As you come over the Newport Channel Bridge from Newport Blvd. or Pacific Coast Highway, the Cannery Village on Balboa Peninsula greets you. Once a popular spot for fishermen to spend the day counting their haul and sharing stories of the sea, the Cannery Village in Newport Beach is now enjoying resurgence. Waterfront restaurants like the Cannery Seafood of the Pacific, Bluewater Grill and Sabatinos — the Lido Shipyard Sausage Company — offer stunning harbor views while dining on the freshest seafood. These destinations are ideal for people who Dock & Dine. Moor your craft and eat inside, or have dinner delivered to your boat for an intimate on the water dining experience. Family is the focus at The Original Mama D’s Italian Kitchen.
Art of all varieties abounds in the Cannery Village. The popular Regency Lido Theater opened in 1938, and the first film ever played was the Bette Davis film “Jezebel.” Davis was a resident of nearby Corona del Mar. The theater has been restored to the 1930s look and posters of movies like “Gone with the Wind” and “Casablanca” hang on the walls. The Lido is now one of the home venues of the Newport Beach Film Festival. The cinema is just the tip of the artistic iceberg. From nautical inspired pieces for the home, to paintings, music, and photography, the Cannery Village in Newport Beach is buzzing with an atmosphere filled with the arts. The village has been nicknamed the “Montmartre by the Sea.”