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SF Premium Outlets announces new stores, dining options

Psycho Bunny, Popeyes among offerings coming this spring
San Francisco Premium Outlets

New dining and shopping experiences are heading to the San Francisco Premium Outlets in the coming months, according to a statement from the shopping center.

Suki Hana, Wok A Holic and Popeyes are bringing new food options to the outlet mall located in Livermore this spring. Known for its Louisiana-inspired menu and fried chicken, the Popeyes fast-food chain will be opening in the food court at the outlets in April. In the same month, Suki Hana will bring in its Japanese cuisine while Wok A Holic will offer a variety of Chinese style food dishes.

The outlets – owned and operated by Simon Property Group, Inc. – will also welcome menswear retailer Psycho Bunny to its directory of more than 180 stores.

"Psycho Bunny has evolved into a menswear staple since it first debuted in New York in 2005. Psycho Bunny is about contradictions; it is mischievous, yet refined; timeless, yet contemporary and all about self-expression," according to the store's description. The new location at the outlets is set to open on May 1.

Another retailer, OAK + FORT, has already opened its doors to shoppers as of Jan. 27. The women-founded Canadian brand offers "sustainable, accessible luxury fashion for women and men who seek everyday essentials with a modern minimalist approach," according to its description on the San Francisco Premium Outlets website.

Following the announcement of the expanded offerings, Dee Gill – director of marketing for the outlets – said that leasing activity "remains strong" at the outlets in 2023.

"We continue to see demand for space from new and exciting national retailers. People love to touch, feel and try on products before they buy them and our new retailers provide locals and visitors alike a wider selection of recognizable and 'new-to-me' brands to experience," Gill said. 

The outlets are located at 2774 Livermore Outlets Drive in Livermore.


Cierra Bailey

About the Author: Cierra Bailey

Cierra started as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
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