The Inland Empire has no shortage of places to shop. Oldest in San Bernardino shopping is the indoor Inland Center Mall downtown. Newer centers around the Inland Empire are also popular, like Citrus Plaza (off Route 30 near Redlands), Redlands Plaza in downtown Redlands, Tyler Galleria (in Riverside off State Route 91), the 1.7 million-square-foot Ontario Mills, Southern California's largest outlet mall and entertainment center (near the junction of interstates 10 and 15), Victoria Gardens (in Rancho Cucamonga along Interstate 15 north of Interstate 10), Montclair Plaza (at Central Avenue and Interstate 10).
Downtown Claremont (off Interstate 10) boasts a classic, old-fashioned shopping district, and the nearby Packing House, an old building renovated and filled with art studios, lofts and galleries.
Several major shopping centers also host movie theatre complexes, and their own sets of restaurants. Plus, there is no shortage of big box discount retailers with shopping centers built around them to house other retailers as well. When you've got to do it yourself, San Bernardino has home improvement stores in every corner of the city.