COSTA MESA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Perfect gifts and unforgettable experiences await you at South Coast Plaza this Valentine’s Day, and all year long. Whether you’re celebrating with a beloved partner, cherished friends, or treating yourself, our boutiques and restaurants have something special in store.
For more than 50 years, South Coast Plaza has been the go-to gift buying spot for all of Southern California. Gift choices range from tokens of affection such as candy, greeting cards, and romantic dinners, to over-the-top examples of exuberance from the world’s best luxury brands.
Explore delightful Valentine’s Day gifts that will please your beloved, bestie, or even yourself. From exquisite high jewelry to other offerings of affluent affection, South Coast Plaza has curated a selection that speaks the language of love.
Our restaurants are rising to the romantic occasion with special menus celebrating Valentine’s Day.
When Valentine’s Day and Lunar New Year celebrations overlap, South Coast Plaza has gift options perfect for both celebrations.
When someone we love is challenging to shop for, expert South Coast Plaza stylists are a fabulous resource to find that perfect gift. And they will help choose a gift for yourself as well.
Visit any Concierge at South Coast Plaza on February 14 and receive a rose to add a touch of romance to your day. Hurry, while supplies last!
ABOUT SOUTH COAST PLAZA
Renowned as a leading international shopping destination, South Coast Plaza is home to more than 250 prominent boutiques, critically acclaimed restaurants and the adjacent Segerstrom Center for the Arts and Orange County Museum of Art. New brands coming to South Coast Plaza in 2024 include Alaia, Amiri, Courrèges, Jacques Marie Mage, Mejuri, and Santa Maria Novella, as well as new and expanded boutiques for existing brands Baccarat, Bulgari, Cartier, Chloé, Dior Homme, Gucci, Lanvin, Zegna and more. South Coast Plaza is in Costa Mesa, California. southcoastplaza.com or 800.782.8888.
South Coast Plaza Director of Public Relations and Communications