Three specialty retailers added to Del Mar Highlands Town Center

Three specialty retail stores have been added to the Del Mar Highlands Town Center – Leaf & Kettle, baker & olive and Sunglass Cabana. The stores join a variety of contemporary dining, shopping and entertainment options attracted to the popular shopping center following its recent $20 million renovation.

“Leaf & Kettle, baker & olive and Sunglass Cabana are a welcome addition to what is becoming an incredible diversity of dining, shopping and entertainment options at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center,” said Elizabeth Schreiber, vice president and general manager of the Del Mar Highlands Town Center. “The re-imagining of the shopping center has proven a tremendous success and asset to the community.”

A gourmet foods store specializing in fresh olive oils and balsamic vinegars, baker & olive, is expanding from its current location in Encinitas to a second store at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center. The shop is also known for its selection of specialty food items including honey, jams, spices, rubs, and sweet treats and its expertise in all things gourmet.

Sunglass Cabana is a New York-based retailer of high-end, fashion and prescription sunglasses. The store also offers a variety of sun protection eyewear accessories. Among the brands carried by the Sunglass Cabana are Gucci, Christian Dior, Oakley and Tom Ford.

Leaf & Kettle will offer its customers a fascinating selection of premium loose teas and teaware from around the world. The shop combines 5,000 years of authentic tea traditions with modern innovations in an accessible, service-oriented environment.

For more information about the Del Mar Highlands Town Center, located at the corner of Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real, please visit www.delmarhighlandstowncenter.com.

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