The new boutique mani-pedi spot 20 Nail Lounge opened Friday, July 11, in Del Mar Highlands Town Center. General manager Shani Smith was busy at work ensuring that the first customers felt pampered and wonderful in an ultra-clean and cool environment, the experience that is the company’s brand.
Math Prime LLC, represented by Shirley Kanamu and Vince Provenzano of Pacific Coast Commercial, has leased 1,287 square feet of retail space at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center, 3435 Del Mar Heights Road, Suite 100, San Diego, from Del Mar Highlands Town Center II LLC, represented by Phil Lyons of Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services. The property was leased for $206,920.
The flag is up… and Opening Day hat contestants are getting ready to go. This Thursday, July 17, will be the 20th year of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club’s “Opening Day Hats Contest.” This famous contest has risen to become one of the most spectacular fashion events in San Diego and gives Del Mar notoriety in West Coast fashions. Coming back again, and wearing many hats both literally and figuratively is the fashion visionary and contest contributor Deena Von Yokes.
Everett Stunz, San Diego’s “premier linen and bed store,” has been in La Jolla for 51 years. It’s a business that has been in three families since it started in 1963, and Phil and Nicki Coller are the proud current co-owners.
The couple know a thing or two about sleep and its importance to wellness. People should be paying close attention to their sleep patterns as their overall health is very dependent upon the quantity and the quality of sleep they get each night, according to Phil Coller. “If you don’t get enough sleep, everything suffers. It creates conditions that are very bad for you,” he said.
Restaurateur William Sussman has spiced things up on the North County dining scene with the addition of Peri-Peri.
The dining establishment — named after its signature fiery sauce — opened March 1 in the Torrey Highlands Village Center, at 7845 Highland Village Place, Suite C101, in San Diego.
“We’re looking forward to giving San Diego’s South African community a taste of the traditions they love, whilst introducing these new, vibrant flavors to the local San Diego community and creating a hub of gastronomical goodness for everyone to enjoy,” Sussman said.
From drinks to desserts and every dish in between, Mia Francesca in Carmel Valley has released an all-new menu just in time for the summer season.
Located in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center, the Italian restaurant is known for its rotating seasonal menu. In fact, Chef Woody Benitez changes the menu so often that diners order from a handwritten list of dishes that’s updated monthly. Sauces, pastas and dishes are made from scratch with fresh local produce and seafood.
The only time a Swirls customer isn’t happy is when they arrive to find the doors haven’t opened yet or that the store has just closed. For the last seven years, Swirls owner Evan Wilensky has been serving up his creamy, quality frozen yogurt and making sure he keeps the community happy.
A business owner who places a strong emphasis on community, Wilensky has loved the shops he’s been able to create and support at his three locations in Encinitas, Carmel Valley and Del Mar.
From competitive pricing to unmatched customer service, EZ Cars 101 truly makes the car-buying experience easy. But what really sets the Encinitas-based company apart from other dealerships is its 90-day warranty on qualified cars.
“When you buy a car from us, you don’t have to worry about it,” said Karen Ventura, who co-owns the business with her husband, Gene Ventura. “When we get our cars through trade or we buy them from auctions, we fix them. We don’t want you to have any problems.”
Lorna Jane Activewear, a global fashion and fitness lifestyle brand, is launching Active Living Room in the Del Mar Plaza.
Opening July 3, Active Living Room will house a Lorna Jane Activewear boutique, exercise studio and nourishing café serving fresh juices, organic coffee and post workout bites. Located on the street level of the Plaza, the new concept offers guests an all-in-one lifestyle experience for fitness, fashion and health improvement.
The Active Living Room brings the first ever fitness studio to the Del Mar Plaza. The studio, housed in Lorna Jane’s interactive 2,357-sq. ft. retail space, will feature programs for women, specializing in strength and stretch fitness. Classes will focus on the improvement of strength and flexibility, toning lean muscles and revitalization of the entire body.
Following classes, guests can revitalize and nurture their bodies at the boutique’s own Nourish Bar café.
For more information, visit www.delmarplaza.com.
As victims of the recent wildfires in San Diego County move forward and begin to rebuild, a local company has offered to help homeowners save on design costs. Based in Encinitas, North County Blind Company is giving a 10 percent discount on its products to those who have lost their homes.