A shopping day in Roseville; head over to the Westfield Galleria first for cloths let’s start at Nordstrom then True Religion and then we can look at Louis Vuitton and Coach for a handbag. After that if you want to have lunch some of the choices are Cheesecake Factory, Il Fornaio or Pluto’s. If you want to shop for furniture and housewares we can go to Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware. We have an awesome mall with over 200+ shops to choose from, there’s something for everyone. People travel from the bay area to shop there!
Now if you like more open air shopping you can go right across Roseville Parkway to The Fountains. There you’ll find stores like Z Gallerie, Sur La Table, Anthropologie, Charming Charlies, Lucy, Suma and many other boutique shops and eateries. The Fountains also has the largest Whole Foods Market I’ve ever seen, on Tuesday’s there’s the local farmers market which is held in the parking lot.
Within a 1 mile radius you’ll see stores like REI, Ulta, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, Scandinavian Design, Old Navy, Costco, Home Depot, Lowes, Target and Pier 1 to name a few. Want to eat – BJ’s Brewery, Mccormick and Schmick, California Pizza Kitchen, PF Chang, Yardhouse and Jack’s Urban Eats along with many smaller local and chain restaurant’s.
We have two large theaters, Sunsplash; a waterpark, The Roseville Auto Mall with 20+ dealerships, Sutter Roseville which is trauma ll hospital and Kaiser Hospital along with many other smaller businesses.
Roseville has a historic old town which is in the process of being rehabilitated, and will be very nice when completed. This is where city offices are.
Roseville and Rocklin border each other and are unique in that they are both close to more rural areas.