It was the first post office in the region in the 1800s. The original building was moved for the 101 freeway to be built, then later it burnt down and the current is a perfect replica. During Fourth of July, locals set up camp here to watch fireworks so be there a couple of hours early if you want a spot.
The first of many of the ubiquitous Southern Californian Mexican restaurants was founded in Newbury Park in 1990. Though the original Store #1 has since closed, the chain has expanded to nearly 250 locations.
Tucked in the corner of a lone mini-mall in an out-of-the-way section of Hillcrest Drive, featuring authentic Mexican fare. Prices are budget-friendly and portion sizes are more than ample.
A Mexican restaurant with an attached bar. Great happy hours; cheap margaritas, well drinks and free appetizers. Go outside and get their $1.25 bean and cheese burritos, they are legendary.
Shopping mall anchored by Macy's, JC Penny's and Nordstrom (Opening 2008). Restaurants include Cheesecake Factory, Sisley Italian Restaurant, Johnny Rockets and smaller food outlets.
Suite E (''corner of Moorpark Road and Hillcrest Drive''), ''+1 805'' 495-4662. Outdoor shopping center which includes an Old Navy, restaurants and a movie theatre.
Beautiful gardens including a Japanese and an Italian garden. Special events throughout the year. Docent guided tours available.
Early May. Annual festival celebrating the heritage of the region with live entertainment, a chili cook-off and a fair.
Guest rooms and suites with complimentary hot breakfast, WiFi, and parking. Pool and fitness center are also provided.
Outdoor shopping center which includes an Claim Jumper and California Pizza Kitchen.
Multi-theatre complex showing world class entertainment.