Shopping Spree at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens

The local lifestyle destination recently unveiled a fabulous foursome of new spots for shopping and dining

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A retail renaissance is unfolding at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. The local lifestyle destination recently unveiled a fabulous foursome of new spots to shop and dine. Score luxury swim and resort wear at Luli Fama; feast on healthy favorites at Sweetgreen; sip caffeinated goodness at Subculture Coffee; and peruse dapper menswear at Marcello. Read up on the new spots below:

Luli Fama triangle top and seamless full ruched-back bottom in Sea Glass, $94 each. Photo courtesy of Luli Fama_Downtown Palm Beach Gardens
Luli Fama triangle top and seamless full ruched-back bottom in Sea Glass, $94 each. Photo courtesy of Luli Fama/Downtown Palm Beach Gardens

Luli Fama

Crafted from the finest fabrics, Luli Fama, powered by Leap, is a women’s luxury swim and resort wear brand that has gained global recognition for its vibrancy and form enhancing silhouettes. The Luli Fama team is led by design duo Lourdes “Luli” Hanimian and Augusto Hanimian. Sold at boutiques around the world and online, the 1,000 square-foot boutique, located next to Clay Haus at Downtown, will be Luli Fama’s third brick and mortar store.

Marcello

Marcello Sport designs men’s resort wear, business, casual, and swimwear, as well as accessories including shoes, cufflinks, and belts. This will be the fourth store for Marcello Sport with other locations in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and Sarasota.

Sweetgreen at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. Photo by Tracey Benson
Sweetgreen at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens. Photo by Tracey Benson

Sweetgreen

Sweetgreen creates plant-forward, seasonal, and earth-friendly meals from fresh ingredients and produce that prioritizes organic, regenerative, and local sourcing. The fast casual restaurant believes that real food should be convenient and accessible to everyone. Sweetgreen’s investment in local communities has enabled them to grow into a national brand with a mission to build healthier communities by connecting people to real food.

Subculture Coffee

Launched in 2014 by two Palm Beach County businessmen, Rodney Mayo and Sean Scott, Subculture Coffee has developed a passionate cult following with its menu of small-batch roasted coffee, curated beer and wine selections, hot and cold sandwiches, salads and açaí bowls in settings that evoke a cozy living room.

Learn more about the shops here.

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