Welcome to BIGMallrat’s guide to San Francisco California shopping malls. Includes San Mateo County.

Click a shopping mall to display the review, address, hours, photos, driving directions, and current weather.

This is a complete listing of all department stores in shopping malls in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento metro, Reno Nevada, and portions of the Central Coast and Central Valley regions.

Two types of department stores are listed on this page: conventional and discount. Click a department store to on the sidebar to get more details (such as hours of operation and driving directions).

Here is a list of popular stores that you’ll find at these malls:

Bloomingdale’s

Founded in 19872 and currently owned by parent company Macy’s, it’s a step up to the typical Macy’s store (in terms of prices and brand quality).

  • Palo Alto Stanford Shopping Center
  • San Francisco Wesfield San Francisco Centre

Dillard’s

An American store found in many shopping malls around the country. According to Wikipedia, it has 330 stores in 29 states. Its headquarters is situated in Little Rock, Arkansas.

  • Reno NV The Summit Sierra
  • Stockton Weberstown Mall

JC Penney

This store has a little bit of everything. It has a collection of brand-name clothing, footwear, home furnishings and many more useful items at affordable prices.

  • Capitola Capitola Mall
  • Citrus Heights Sunrise Mall
  • Concord Sun Valley Mall
  • Cupertino Vallco Shopping Mall
  • Daly City Serramonte Mall
  • Fairfield Westfield Solano Mall
  • Hayward Southland Mall
  • Modesto Vintage Faire Mall
  • Newark NewPark Mall
  • Pleasanton Stoneridge Mall
  • Reno NV Meadowood Mall
  • Richmond Hilltop Mall
  • Roseville Roseville Galleria
  • Sacramento Arden Fair Mall
  • Salinas Northridge Mall
  • San Bruno Shops at Tanforan Mall
  • San Jose Eastridge Mall
  • Santa Rosa Coddingtown Mall
  • Stockton Weberstown Mall
  • Tracy West Valley Mall

Kohl’s

An American department store, which opened its first store in 1927 by Maxwell Kohl. It’s first large, department store openine in 1962. Like many big stores in these malls, it has a little bit of everything.

  • Alameda Alameda Towne Center
  • Capitola Capitola Mall
  • Milpitas The Great Mall
  • San Leandro Bayfair Mall
  • San Rafael Northgate Mall
  • Some Kohl’s stores are located in non-mall locations.

Macy’s West

Macy’s, originally the R.H. Macy & Co. and rebranded as Macy’s, is an American department store chain owned by Macy’s Inc. It’s famous for its store in New York City and for sponsoring the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Macy’s sells a lot of things with a focus on fashion. It’s one step down (in terms of premium, brand selection and pricing) from higher end stores like Bloomies and Nordstrom.

  • Antioch Somersville Towne Center
  • Capitola Capitola Mall
  • Citrus Heights Sunrise Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Concord Sun Valley Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Corte Madera Village at Corte Madera
  • Cupertino Vallco Shopping Mall
  • Daly City Serramonte Mall
  • Fairfield Westfield Solano Mall
  • Hayward Southland Mall
  • Modesto Vintage Faire Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Monterey Del Monte Center
  • Newark NewPark Mall
  • Palo Alto Stanford Shopping Center (Two stores: Macy’s and Macy’s Men’s Store)
  • Pleasanton Stoneridge Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Reno NV Meadowood Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Richmond Hilltop Mall
  • Roseville Roseville Galleria
  • Sacramento Arden Fair Mall
  • Sacramento Country Club Plaza Mall
  • Sacramento Westfield Downtown Plaza (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • Salinas Northridge Mall
  • San Francisco Stonestown Galleria
  • San Francisco Union Square (West coast flagship)
  • San Mateo Hillsdale Mall
  • San Jose Eastridge Mall
  • San Jose Westfield Oakridge Mall
  • San Jose Westfield Valley Fair Mall (Two stores: Men’s & Home and Women’s & Children)
  • San Leandro Bayfair Mall
  • San Rafael Northgate Mall
  • Santa Rosa Coddingtown Mall
  • Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Plaza
  • Stockton Sherwood Mall
  • Sunnyvale Sunnyvale Town Center
  • Tracy West Valley Mall
  • Walnut Creek Broadway Plaza (Two stores: Women’s and Men’s, Junior’s and Luggage)

 

Neiman Marcus

An American department store owned by the Neiman Marcus Group. It has its headquarters in Texas.

  • Palo Alto Stanford Shopping Center
  • San Francisco Union Square

Nordstrom

An American department store, whose headquarters is in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1901 by John W. Nordstrom, the store offers a large selection of high end fashion brands. It’s pricing is slight above Macy’s and on par with Bloomies (Bloomingdales).

  • Corte Madera Village at Corte Madera
  • Palo Alto Stanford Shopping Center
  • Pleasanton Stoneridge Mall
  • Roseville Roseville Galleria
  • Sacramento Arden Fair Mall
  • San Francisco Westfield San Francisco Centre
  • San Francisco Stonestown Galleria
  • San Mateo Hillsdale Mall
  • San Jose Westfield Valley Fair Mall
  • Walnut Creek Broadway Plaza

Saks Fifth Avenue

A luxury department store/chain, which sells high end designer apparel, shoes & accesories and even home goods. When it comes to fashion, it’s on par with Bloomies and Nordstrom.

  • San Francisco Union Square (Two stores: Saks Fifth Avenue and Saks Men’s Store)

Sears

An American department founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1892. It used to be the largest retailer in the U.S., until Walmart surpassed it in the 1980s. It’s a department store that sells everything (a direct competitor to Walmart).

  • Antioch Somersville Towne Center
  • Capitola Capitola Mall
  • Citrus Heights Sunrise Mall
  • Concord Sun Valley Mall
  • Cupertino Vallco Shopping Mall
  • Fairfield Westfield Solano Mall
  • Hayward Southland Mall
  • Modesto Vintage Faire Mall
  • Newark NewPark Mall
  • Pleasanton Stoneridge Mall
  • Reno NV Meadowood Mall
  • Richmond Hilltop Mall
  • Roseville Roseville Galleria
  • Sacramento Arden Fair Mall
  • Salinas Northridge Mall
  • San Bruno Shops at Tanforan Mall
  • San Jose Eastridge Mall
  • San Jose Westfield Oakridge Mall
  • San Mateo Hillsdale Mall
  • San Rafael Northgate Mall
  • Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Plaza
  • Stockton Weberstown Mall
  • Tracy West Valley Mall

Target

The second largest discount retailer in the United States (second only to Walmart). It’s a large company that is part of the S&P 500. Its main focus is on electronics and home products. They do have a little bit of everything (even groceries). Their fashion offerings is not on par with Macy’s or Nordstrom, but you can get affordable clothing.

  • Daly City Serramonte Mall
  • Fremont Fremont Hub
  • Newark NewPark Mall
  • San Bruno Shops at Tanforan Mall
  • San Jose Westfield Oakridge Mall
  • San Jose Westgate Mall
  • San Leandro Bayfair Mall
  • Sparks The Legends at Sparks Marina
  • Sunnyvale Sunnyvale Town Center
  • Tracy West Valley Mall
  • Some Target stores are located in non-mall locations.