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As a physical extension of, Amazon Books integrates the benefits of offline and online shopping to help you discover products you’ll love, like your next great read.

We select books based on customer ratings, pre-orders, sales, popularity on Goodreads, and our curators’ assessments. Everything in our store is rated 4 stars and above, is a bestseller in store or on or is a new release – so these are books, devices and other customer favorites loved by customers. Stop by to explore the aisles, and test drive Amazon devices including Amazon Echo, Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, and Fire TV.


Originally designed in 1948 and known for attracting Hollywood notables, today’s Bay Theatre by Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas will preserve the glamour of the classic movie-going experience, with signature elements such as the marquee inspired by the original design by S. Charles Lee. The long-cherished Bay Theatre will be exquisitely re-imagined, featuring five screening rooms each with 40 – 60 luxury seats, reserved seating and call buttons for full food and bar service, all from the comfort of automated leather recliners.


Palisades Village will be Carbon38’s first-ever permanent brick-and-mortar location. The L.A.-based luxury activewear and lifestyle brand was founded on the belief that a woman’s wardrobe should meet the needs of her individual and modern lifestyle. The true home of luxury active fashion, the store offers a highly curated collection of over 100 luxury athleisure designers along with the coveted Carbon38 branded collections.


edo little bites is the newest creation of chef Edoardo Baldi, who also owns e. baldi Ristorante and edo italian baretto in Beverly Hills, along with Giorgio Baldi on West Channel Road, which he co-owns with his mother, Roberta, and sister, Elena.

Chef Edoardo’s aim has been to recreate the aromas, art, and love of some of his favorite childhood foods. Above all, edo little bite’s offering is creative and healthy–attracting people with all different tastes. Edoardo curated the menu for Palisades Village to be part of the experience of enjoying the Village itself—getting a quick, healthy, delicious bite to eat; sitting on the lawn which sits directly in front of its space with a picnic blanket; or to take home for a meal with family and friends. edo little bites will specialize in breakfasts – including fresh pastries – salads, sandwiches, and toasts.


Seattle-based James Beard award-winning chef Renee Erickson is bringing her custom coffee and doughnut concept, General Porpoise—part of Sea Creatures restaurant group—to Pacific Palisades. Palisades Village will be General Porpoise’s first location outside of Seattle and the second in the U.S.

General Porpoise doughnuts are made with fresh local eggs, and its own seasonal jams, jellies, curds, custards and creams. Expect classic flavors like vanilla custard or berries and cream, as well as new favorites, like peanut butter and jelly, roasted lemon curd, apple butter, and chocolate marshmallow.

In addition to doughnuts, General Porpoise serves top-quality coffees from multiple rotating roasters. Espresso, drip, and draft cold brew are all available. Small-batch draft sodas, and draft-sparkling iced tea are served as well.


Having gained fame as the top-selling jewelry line at Barneys New York, Jennifer Meyer is now opening her first-ever boutique at Palisades Village. The boutique will feature Meyer’s beautiful, classic designs, along with limited-edition collections exclusive to the store. Known for her delicate yet substantial pieces, Meyer creates jewelry that is meant to be an extension of the woman wearing it.


Palisades Village will be The Little Market’s first brick-and-mortar location. The Little Market is a lifestyle boutique filled with beautiful fair-trade products and gifts that not only delight, but give back.

Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla founded the non-profit fair trade shop to empower women artisans (in over 30 countries) around the world. Every purchase of handmade products from The Little Market generates meaningful income for the artisans and their communities.

By purchasing handmade goods—including jewelry, bags, home décor, baby clothes and more—together we are preserving cultures and techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation.


Based in Los Angeles, max-bone is a sophisticated brand made for the dog lover. It has completely reimagined the way you shop for your dog. Born by the desire for a simple and chic lifestyle for the entire family, max-bone designs modern pieces with a focus on quality and fabrics that are timeless.

max-bone uses the highest-quality materials, changing the way you shop for your dog. The designs are not only fashion forward and modern, but practical and functional. Made with love for its own pets and supporting local shelters and charities.


McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams was founded in Santa Barbara in 1949. It makes its ice creams from scratch, using Central Coast grass-grazed milk & cream and the finest local, sustainable and organic ingredients from partner farms and purveyors the company has worked with for decades.

And nothing else. No preservatives, no stabilizers and no additives. The result? Pure flavor, smoothly consistent texture, incredible creaminess, and a sweet, 70-year legacy of churning out the world’s finest ice creams.


SunLife Organics’ goal is to bring health and happiness to people’s lives, providing nutrition made from the highest-quality organic ingredients on the planet. While SunLife Organics is primarily known for its smoothies, it also offers juices, wellness shots, protein shakes, and bowls. Guests will be able to pre-order all menu items for pickup as well.


Founded in 2015 by Laurel Gallucci and Claire Thomas, the celebrity-acclaimed Sweet Laurel Bakery is known for its beautiful gluten-free layer cakes and matcha tea lattés that feature the best organic and whole-food ingredients. Its first brick-and-mortar location, Sweet Laurel Bakery will host regular workshops and classes that will be offered to the surrounding community.

Sweet Laurel Bakery also will serve an assortment of fine tea and specialty coffee beverages, paired with its beautiful cakes, all decorated with organic fruit or floral décor for the community to enjoy.


Vintage Grocers will be an intimate, one-of-a-kind neighborhood market with chef-driven, restaurant-quality prepared foods specifically catered to the Palisades community.

The market will feature a range of offerings including deli, produce, bakery, gourmet cheese, meat and seafood, wine and spirits, natural living and more, all thoughtfully sourced from leading local California food and beverage purveyors.

This location in Palisades Village will offer an array of in-store highlights such as a pizza oven, poke bar and juice bar, along with convenient subterranean parking and valet parking as well as a full-time concierge service to assist with catering, holiday meals seasonal produce and special orders.

Additionally, the Palisades Village grocer will offer house accounts for the community as well as online ordering for convenient pickup and home delivery.


One glance and you know that dress or bikini is ZIMMERMANN. The iconic Australian designer has stayed true to its original vision: sophisticated femininity, a passion for detail, and a love of color and print.

Sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann founded their namesake brand in Sydney in 1991. Early in its evolution, ZIMMERMANN took the bold step of fusing fashion with swimwear and presented it to the world. It immediately found its following with the fashion elite, creating a new point of reference in flattering, feminine and stylish swimwear.