Claremont Village is a one-stop shop to explore a diverse array of stores and restaurants at a great location, close to the Claremont Metrolink station. “The variety of restaurants and shops give people a reason to go more than once,” says Metrolink employee Gina Mack. “Its proximity to the train station is also a good sale. Passengers wouldn't need to transfer onto a shuttle or any other form of transportation for their last mile.”
The village is an ideal destination for a family outing, a girls’ getaway day trip, or a date night as it’s a very walkable area to explore. Here, visitors will be welcomed by the charming local small-town atmosphere and the the opportunity to check out dozens of shops and restaurants.
There are restaurants of every design and flavor made to satisfy any kind of craving ranging from quaint cafes, coffee shops and bakeries, to laid-back and social brewpubs, to upscale eateries -- and beyond. Those who love to shop can pop into the dozens of locally owned stores ranging from quirky gift shops, to homey boutiques, or high-end galleries.
When it’s time to take a break from shopping and eating there’s a large outdoor public plaza area that offers plenty of outdoor seating. The plaza is designed with a classic, European-style architecture feel and an interactive fountain alongside playful public art displays.
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