Pacific Commons in California Now Offering ‘Retail-to-Go’

Fremont, Calif. — In observance of Governor Newsom’s new directive, Pacific Commons, a regional lifestyle center in Fremont, Calif., is now offering retail-to-go services with curbside pickup options available to shoppers. While the center itself is open, individual retailers will each determine when they will begin offering sales and curbside services, and their hours will vary.

Shoppers taking advantage of retail-to-go services are asked to make their purchases from each retailer or restaurant online or over the phone; payment must be made electronically. When shoppers arrive at Pacific Commons, they will call or text the retailer or restaurant, and their purchase will be delivered to their vehicle in one of the center’s clearly marked pickup areas. Retail associates will follow guidelines recommended by local healthcare officials when interacting with the public. For a regularly updated list of participating retailers and restaurants, visit

A brand-new Pacific Commons Mexican restaurant, Mas Fuego, is offering two unique takeout specials designed especially for curbside pickup customers. The first is the restaurant’s “Safe Healthy Vacuum-Sealed Dinners for 4,” giving diners a choice between several entrees and side dishes. The second is its “Mas Fuego Read-to-Drink Cocktails,” offering signature drinks in ready-to-serve sealed pouches for easy transport. Learn more on the restaurant’s website at:

Pacific Commons is a regional lifestyle center offering a unique collection of name-brand shopping, dining and entertainment options all in one place. It features more than 85 stores and eateries including Nordstrom Rack, Old Navy, Kohl’s, Sephora, Century Theatres, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Claim Jumper and Gen Korean B.B.Q. House.


SOURCE: Pacific Commons

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