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The Persimmon Tree opened in 1965 with the hopes of being the best bathing suit shop in Orange County. We’ve achieved our goal and are now proudly serving many new & repeat customers! Our customers look to us for variety, great quality and incredible service. Whether you need bathing suits for the family trip to Hawaii or something sexy for your honeymoon we deliver on our customers expectations every time!
Twenty years after being founded in Wayne, Pennsylvania, Anthropologie remains a destination for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives’ passions, from fashion to art to entertaining. In this, our 20th anniversary year, we are committed to offering our customers signature products and unmatched service, both in our 175 stores throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom, and on anthropologie.com.
No Rest For Bridget is one of the most successful fast fashion retailers based in Orange County, CA. Bridget represents a modern girl who is always on the go and on trend. For her, we provide a wide selection of products that are constantly refreshed in a social and edgy store setting.
At lululemon, our goal is to better serve you by providing components that set the standard for yoga and athletic clothing. That is why we need athletes to test our products and provide us with valuable feedback on the fit, function, fabric, design and quality.
17th Street Showcase
Exclusively at The 12’s Costa Mesa location, the distinctive Club workout area includes iconic fitness products from Nautilus, StairMaster, StarTrac, and Schwinn. Providing an inviting space to complete independent workouts outside of our signature Classes, clients will be able to create their own discerning workouts utilizing a vast array of premium free weights and machines. Chosen as the premier Signature Club for Nautilus Inc. in the USA, this destination location will receive regular, state-of-the-art equipment updates and will serve as a showcase for the family of Nautilus brands. Each of these brands created a category that shaped the fitness industry we know today – USA Today called the StairMaster one of the top 25 inventions “that changed our lives”, indoor group cycling started on a Schwinn bike, and Arthur Jones’ focus on biomechanics revolutionized strength training. From the re-designed space with over $1 Million Dollars in upgrades, to the locker room facilities with amenities and industry leading equipment, The 12’s Club gym combines the latest advancements in fitness training to create an unrivaled experience…Take a tour today!
At the crossroads of delicious and simple, our drive to love, laugh and live longer was born. We look beyond today, forging our legacy out of authentic experiences, fresh ingredients and exceptional people. We thirst for wellness beyond our menu and into our practices, honoring the earth and its natural environment. Innovation and creativity lead our Farm-to-Face spirit, setting standards of extraordinary taste and quality. At the heart, we are family, fueled by a passion to live a healthy life. We are Greenleaf.
At Jan’s we strive daily to promote a place where people can enjoy healthy food and a sense of community we are inspired by our generations of loyal customers. Daily options include fresh juices and smoothies, sandwiches, soups, salads, as well as vegetarian and vegan options. We are committed to serving affordable fresh, high quality food with clean ingredients prepared in a simple manner. Jan’s was established in 1972 in George’s Surf Shop, Jan Gaffney’s sandwiches and smoothies became ritual to the surf community and Huntington Beach residents. As a Sophmore at Huntington Beach High School, Poppy found her very first job at Jan’s over 20 years later, she purchased the Huntington Beach institution and is dedicated to carrying on the rich tradition of nourishing the cravings of generations living in the local community or passing through.
Business Profiles and Blogs
Originally Posted on Newport Beach Magazine.com Fresh winter flavors are the focal point of Provenance’s new offerings, which will satisfy any sweet tooth this season. By Ashley Probst Transport yourself to the wine country when dining at Provenance, a Newport Beach-based restaurant that is described by its executive chef and owner, Cathy Pavlos, as a “Napa-esque” environment that serves contemporary Californian fare. After almost four years of operation, this sustainability-minded eatery has gained a renowned reputation for providing its diners with fresh and flavorful dishes that change with the seasons. One aspect of the restaurant that patrons tend to find most appealing is the 1,300-square-foot garden situated on the open-air patio, where ingredients are picked off the vine, right in front of their eyes. In addition to the savory plates and exquisite cocktails, Provenance also has an ambrosial selection of seasonal desserts—now featuring whimsical winter confections through January. The Apple Pie a la Mode on the Beach is a delightful play on a traditional apple pie that features caramelized Granny Smith apples, bourbon-candied pecan sauce, spiced cookies, caramel and cinnamon “sand,” all topped with vanilla bean ice cream. The cookies are so crisp and flavorful, it’s almost impossible to tell […]
Tapping into Mexican Wine Country
Varieties from Baja California’s increasingly famous Guadalupe Valley are making their way up to Newport Beach — one bottle at a time. By Alina Orozco Just a few hours south of Newport Beach, in Mexico’s Guadalupe Valley, wineries are turning out impressive blends that are gaining attention. The flourishing wine-growing area is located off a dusty path between Tijuana and Ensenada—the tricky route is a series of abrupt, uneven and unpaved roads. Once there, the scenery is stunning: Mountains surround the valley, while oak trees, olive groves and vineyards stretch along the hillsides. This picturesque, seemingly small town, has actually been producing wine for nearly a century. Today, the Guadalupe Valley is estimated to be home to more than 100 wineries and produces the majority of all the wine made in Mexico. The dry, hot summers and the cool winters of Baja California, combined with drainage-friendly, porous soil and coastal breeze make up the ideal conditions for grape growing. In fact, virtually any vine variety excels in the region, which has no signature grape. Additionally, there aren’t any rules, so winemakers create blends of tempranillo, cabernet sauvignon, grenache and malbec, as well as chenin blanc, palomino and sauvignon blanc, among […]
Originally Posted in Newport Beach Magazine With a growing list of culinary stars and delectable dishes, the Newport Beach Wine & Food Festival is bigger and better than ever this year. By Jennifer Pappas Yennie From enticing food and drink tastings during the day to exclusive dinners with celebrity chefs like Nobu Matsuhisa at night, the Newport Beach Wine & Food Festival promises another year of culinary celebration during the event’s fourth edition from Friday, Sept. 29, to Sunday, Oct. 1. The fête, which has grown in scope and acclaim each year, is expected to attract upward of 5,000 people throughout the weekend to the Newport Beach Civic Center with gourmet samples from 40 top restaurants and their executive chefs as well as 250 varieties of world-class wine, spirits and brews available for sipping from 2:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. VIP ticket holders gain early admission to the tasting pavilions. The lineup also features cooking demonstrations, tasting panels with master sommeliers, VIP events, book signings, live music and more. Notably, the festival’s proceeds benefit Project Hope Alliance non-profit organization, which aims to end homelessness with a focus on children. Started in 2014, NBWFF filled an important gap left […]