The Irvine Spectrum Center is an outdoor shopping center developed by the Irvine Company, located on the southeast edge of Irvine, California, US. The mall's notable feature is an Edwards 21 Cinemas movie theater. Built over a 10-year period, the first phase of the center opened in 1995, with the second phase following in 1998. The third phase was completed in 2002. The fourth and fifth phases were built and completed through 2005 and 2006 and is currently still in existence today.
It has chains including Barnes & Noble, Macy's, Nordstrom and H&M. Restaurants include Javier's Cantina, the Cheesecake Factory, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Yard House, Izakaya Sushi, California Pizza Kitchen, Johnny Rockets, Veggie Grill, 41 Olive, Red Robin, Ruby's, Chipotle, and Corner Bakery Cafe, Lily Chai Tea. The Irvine Spectrum Center hosts The Improv and Dave and Buster's.
Macy's announced that it would be closing this location in April 2016.
The mall is used for establishing shots of the fictional "Mall of Miami" in the Disney Channel television series Austin and Ally.(Wikipedia)
"Ferris Wheel at the Irvine Spectrum"