Yardage town is a huge fabric store. HUGE! I used to go here all the time when I was in high school trying to pick out the perfect fabric to have my dresses made with. The prices are average, but some fabrics are on sale. They sell other accessories as well such as zippers, buttons, thread, and more. They have all different kinds of fabric for whatever it is that you want to make.
Berge-Roberts is now El Camino Memorial. This is where my grandmother had her services back in 2001 back when it was still Berge-Roberts. The workers were so nice and helpful. So helpful and caring that we went straight here June of 2008 when my grandfather passed away. The name was changed to El Camino Memorial. The service was great, even better than the first one. Please search El Camino Memorial for more details. I would definitely recommend this place.
If you're shopping downtown, and into that hip-hop feel, you have to check this store out. It's not too far from the mall, so take a walk to this store. The prices are on the high end, but that's because they're good quality.
What a weird name for a store. I have no idea how they got that name. Anyway, this store sells shoes basically. They sell Chuck Taylors, Nike, etc. I would definitely check this place out if you're looking for something along that range.
Toy Town is located in the Plaza Bonita mall where the old KB toys was. it's basically the same thing. If you need to find toys, this is where you should be. It's full of them! Their prices are average but their workers are really helpful.
Planet X is a great place to look for video games. It's located on the top level of Plaza Bonita. It may be a small store, but they have a wide selection of video games (new and old) to choose from. If you don't find what you need here, try checking out Game Stop, located at the end of the mall.
Rox Fox is a fairly new store located in the Plaza Bonita Mall. The feel for this store is similar to that of Pacsun. They have clothes for both men and women, as well as accessories, so you might want to check this place out.
This is probably the last place I would watch a movie at in San Diego. It's an old theater, and you can do a lot better. Movies may be cheaper than AMC though. It's located in the Chula Vista Center, so it's convenient. After, you can grab a bite at BJ's and end the night with their pizookie dessert! :)
Casual Time is located in the Plaza Bonita mall. I would say that it's similar to Reference. They sell only women's clothing, but my advice is to go straight to Forever 21.
Body Basics was added to this mall when the new part was built. It's basically a huge store full of bras, underwear, tank tops, and lingerie. They have good deals, and TONS of items to choose from. First they were downstairs near the new side of the mall, and then they moved where the old Forever 21 store was. I think that store was way too big for them, so they moved back to their old location.