Looking for some family fun this weekend? PacSun is having a kids pop-up event featuring PacSun Kids, a new collection of gender-neutral clothes and apparel for kids at their Irvine Spectrum Center location this Saturday, September 25 from 12pm – 4pm.
Bring the kids to shop this inclusive and fresh collection of tops (sizes xs – xxl) and bottoms (sizes 4 – 14) featuring styles and fits intended for all, while supplies last.
Plus, enjoy a FREE airbrush design with the purchase of a PacSun Kids clothing item.* Simply mention this email at time of purchase to redeem.
There’s always something new and different at Irvine Spectrum Center. There’s so much to explore and discover from the latest brands, trends, tastes, experiences and entertainment. Whether it’s your favorite online brand coming to life at Fabletics or creating your own shade of lipstick at Lip Lab, there’s always something new to experience.
Summer is the perfect time to experience spontaneity alongside SoCal’s most popular entertainment venues. A show at Improv, a blockbuster at Regal, or an afternoon at The Escape Game, there’s something for everyone.
Irvine Spectrum Center is pleased to post job openings on behalf of tenants within the shopping center.
Interested job seekers should apply directly with each store or restaurant per the instructions noted within the posting. Similarly, should you have any questions about the job openings posted below, please contact the store or restaurant directly.
The Carousel, Giant Wheel, and Spectrum Climber have reopened so you can bring your family and friends for a fun time after shopping and eating at your favorite restaurants. Plus, the attractions are a perfect cherry on top of your day!
The Spectrum Climber is a three-dimensional climbing sculpture standing 18 feet tall, 49 feet wide, with 75 platforms. Located near Target, it offers adventure while challenging kids to problem-solve, think spatially, and most of all, be with other kids.
Indulge in east-meets-west cuisine from Little Sister now open at Irvine Spectrum Center. Try interesting and rich collisions of food and culture. Each dish blends and balances the spices and flavors of Southeast Asia with French techniques as well as Dutch and British colonial influences.
The menu is continually evolving, reflecting inspiration and the seasons. Pair your meal with wine of intriguing labels found domestically and around the world.