This store has variety if items but stock maybe low at times. They have pretty decent selection and organized compared to other stores they have around the area. The store is clean even the restrooms. It has Starbucks and CVS pharmacy inside the store. Check out is average. The staff are friendly although sometimes you may encounter employees who are tired and just ready to end their shift. The parking lot is huge which they share with other stores.
- General Info:
- Visit your local Target for all your shopping needs including clothes, lawn & patio, baby gear, electronics, groceries, toys, games, shoes, sporting goods and more.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (818) 349-0811
Phone: (818) 847-1092
Phone: (818) 238-0245
Fax: (818) 531-3298
Fax Number: (818) 531-3298
- Video Games
- Music CDs & Tapes
- Wedding Party Gifts
- Fisher-Price, LEGO, Samsung, Sony
- Payment method:
- debit, master card, visa, all major credit cards, amex, cash, check, discover
- Northwest District, Burbank
- Department Stores, General Merchandise
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
This is a good enough Target. Parking is ok, size is ok. Only a few years old so it's not dirty. It's single floor, which is smaller than some, but has a little bit of everything. Groceries included. Staff could be more approachable, but prices and stock are fine.
as for the store itself...it's better than others...but I gave it 2 stars because the people suck...if I ask an employing a question...most of them have no idea what I'm talking about...a couple of times they didn't even speak english...another time I was shopping with my 3 year old and my 2 mth old and lost my keys...for any of you who have kids would naturally understand why I just needed to get home...anyway while waiting for my Husband to bring me the spares...I told the employee I retraced my steps and couldn't find them and asked if they would call me if they found my keys...she said no their phones don't call out...umm I'm sure she owns a f**king cell phone...enough said... like the store...the people are just dumb...
Posted: 6/18/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I like to come here to this target every now and then, they really do have a good enough selection to keep you coming back, where it's games, music, clothing, and surprisingly last time I went there, some groceries. Was caught off guard with groceries, but hey, makes it more convenient!
Posted: 11/5/2007Provided by Citysearch -
In one shopping afternoon at Target, I was able to pick up two doormats, Guitar Hero 3, a case of Rockstar energy drink, some shorts, a belt, shampoo, a camping ax, a wedding gift card, some Halloween candy, lip balm, a Cuisinart panini maker, and the Target exclusive Transformers DVD with the transforming Optimus Prime case! TARGET RULES!
Posted: 11/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I really like this shopping area. There are neat giant screws near the entrance and the area has a very aviation vibe. Like other Targets, this one has a parking lot that you have to fight for a space, tons of stuff that's fairly cheap, and it's very hard to find someone to help you. It's a bit away from Toluca Lake but worth the drive and less crowded than other ones in LA.
Posted: 9/24/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I was pretty excited while researching nearby stores to my new home in Glendale to find that a Target was not far away. I was even more excited to read that the Target was two stories.
The gimick quickly wore away upon arriving at the store. It's attached to a pretty lame excuse for a mall and two stories don't hold more stuff...in fact...I am pretty sure this store has less merchendise than your typical Target.
It's still Target however which does offer lots of nice items and a reasonable price tag...and I can't be made at that. If you don't live far from Burbank (its just a bit more of a drive for me) I would suggest checking out the Target there. Its MUCH nicer.
Posted: 3/10/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This Target store...like all Target stores is very busy. Thankfully they often have several checkout lines open, allowing shoppers to move through them quickly. The aisles are wide here because it was built to their specifications...unlike the one in Eagle Rock or Downtown Pasadena where they had to ""fit"" their stores into pre-existing structures...and the aisles are narrow. Target isn't one of those places where you expect great customer service...generally you go in, get your shopping cart, go about your business, and get out. Hopefully without too much trouble. The most difficult thing about this location is that it's a huge ""box store"" center and the parking lot is huge with several different driveways. Be prepared to walk a distance to your destination on the weekend.