Tommy Bahama Celebrates 25th Anniversary
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Tommy Bahama, the iconic island lifestyle brand that defines relaxed, sophisticated style in men’s and women’s sportswear, swimwear, accessories, footwear and a complete home furnishings collection. In celebration, the brand has elevated its most beloved classics to new levels of comfort and quality through new and innovative technical fabrics, enhanced fits and vivid colors, prints and patterns. A pioneer in the concept of combined restaurant and retail locations, the Tommy Bahama Restaurant Bar & Store in North Scottsdale’s Kierland Commons allows guests to fully experience its hospitality and the brand anthem: Long Live the Island Life. Tommy Bahama is perfect for lunch, dinner or happy hour as it features a lively patio and second-story lanai-style dining rooms with sweeping sunset views.
The Hills Introduces Sculptor Artisan Reversital Technology
As we age, there are five major issues that occur within the body: skin becomes loose and lax, creases develop, inflammation occurs, gravity makes body parts droop and sag, and body fat increases.
Sculptor Artisan addresses these five major issues by tightening and firming skin, reducing creases and wrinkles, reducing inflammation by sculpting and contouring, lifting and firming droopy areas, and instantly reducing body mass.
The Hills Salon & Spa is the only Spa in North Scottsdale with this cutting-edge technology.
Sculptor is ideal for body contouring and instantly taking inches off the waist, arms and legs. Sculptor lifts, tightens and reduces inflammation. Sculptor improves skin laxity and re-contours the body. It also accelerates collagen and elastin renewal. Additionally, it reduces creases, lines and wrinkles. Sculptor is also very beneficial in addressing cellulite and scars.
You will usually see dramatic results with only one treatment. For even better results, you will need multiple treatments, and it really depends on the area treated. The Hills Salon & Spa offers complimentary consultations to help you learn more. Consultations are offered without pressure—they are simply to educate and inform.
Sculptor Artisan utilizes high-frequency microcurrent, and it’s safe and noninvasive. Microcurrent has been around for decades and has been a staple treatment for spas over the years. Because of advances in technology, microcurrent can now be generated at a much higher frequency. The body and skin respond much more readily to this new technology.
Treatments are warm (no cold or freezing), fairly comfortable, completely noninvasive and require no anesthetic or numbing cream. There is zero downtime, and Sculptor produces immediate and dramatic results!
Sculptor technology is the absolute latest skin contouring and body sculpting technology. It works on any part of the body and performs dramatic improvements other technologies simply can’t deliver.
Notre Dame Prep Hosts Third Annual I Heart NDP Breakfast
Bobby Hurley, Arizona State University’s men’s basketball coach and former Sacramento Kings player, will be speaking from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 18, at Notre Dame Prep in Scottsdale. Hurley is also known for being a standout collegiate basketball player at Duke University. He will present “Lessons from Sports—Learned and Applied to Life” at the Third Annual I Heart NDP Breakfast.
Notre Dame Prep, located at 9701 E. Bell Road in Scottsdale, integrates faith in a college preparatory curriculum, promoting academic excellence, moral values and lifelong service while keeping God and family as first priority. Breakfast Kitchen Bar at Scottsdale Quarter will provide breakfast for the event. The event is free. To register, visit NDPSaints.org/Breakfast or call Brittney at 480.634.8247.
Ahipoki Opens Ninth Restaurant in North Scottsdale
Ahipoki opened the doors to its newest location at 9301 E. Shea Blvd., #105, in Scottsdale on February 22.
Since their first restaurant opening in April 2016 in central Scottsdale, the group has been on a torrid pace in opening a total of nine locations in Arizona in only 20 months. 2017 was a year of outstanding growth with openings in Tempe, Central Phoenix, Gilbert and Avondale. Coupled with the chain’s 14 open units in California, the 23 total stores makes Ahipoki the largest and fastest-growing corporately owned poke chain in America.
The Ahipoki Bowl concept was born out of the desire of a restaurant group wanting to bring a much needed health-conscious California seafood restaurant with a South Pacific flair to its customers. Health-conscious fish lovers can sit down and relax in a laid-back atmosphere all while enjoying the fusion of Japanese and Hawaiian flavors coupled with a fresh fish experience normally found outside of a quick-serve restaurant.
For more information, visit AhipokiBowl.com
Enjoy Warm Spring Evenings with Candlelight Yoga
Welcome warm spring evenings and spectacular sunset views with the new Candlelight Yoga Series at The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.
Attendees are treated to an hourlong yoga flow practice and sunset views of the Valley on the resort’s outdoor lawns. After the yoga session, mingle with friends alfresco in candlelight over a glass of red or white wine, provided complimentary to all attendees.
Open to both resort and local guests, the yoga classes begin at 6:30 p.m. and are $20 per person. Local guests are encouraged to bring their own yoga mats. All guests should check in at The Spa upon arrival.
The Spring Candlelight Yoga Series will be held April 12 and 26.
To reserve a spot or for more information about spring programming, call 480.513.5145.
ACCLAIMED UPSCALE MEXICAN RESTAURANT BRINGS LUXURY FLAVORS TO SCOTTSDALE FASHION SQUARE REDEVELOPMENT
Shoppers hungry for exciting new dining experiences at Scottsdale Fashion Square can soon go where LA chefs and celebrities head for their upscale Mexican food fix: Toca Madera. This will be the attention-getting restaurant’s third location beyond its West Hollywood flagship and international outpost in Dubai.
Toca Madera will flank the dramatic entrance of Scottsdale Fashion Square’s new luxury wing, which is now under redevelopment.
Toca Madera reimagines traditional Mexican cuisine with a modern approach, pairing locally sourced ingredients with bold flavors to offer an array of options for every eater. Its menu, which has an emphasis on organic, also includes extensive vegan and gluten-free options.
“With Scottsdale Fashion Square’s exciting luxury expansion happening, we knew this was going to be the perfect location for us,” Tosh Berman, CEO and co-founder of The Madera Group, says. “We look forward to introducing Toca Madera to the community and showcasing what will be the ultimate in luxury dining.”
For more information, visit TocaMadera.com.
Scottsdale Restaurant Takes Guests on a Culinary Adventure
Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill, widely known for its unique modern Asian cuisine, is taking guests on a culinary journey throughout 2018. Each month, the acclaimed eatery is visiting a different country or region of the world that influences its restaurant.
“As a restaurant where modern Asian flavors meet classic American comfort foods, we have a wide variety of influences,” John Banquil, director of brand development for Ling & Louie’s, says. “Our Passport program is giving us the opportunity to break down our Asian fusion cuisine and show our guests what makes our flavors so unique and diverse. We’re really excited to be able to feature these exceptional menus for our guests.”
Ling & Louie’s has already visited Japan, China and Thailand in the first three months of the year.
“Our goal was to feature some classic dishes from each country as well as creating new and exciting dishes using classic ingredients from those specific regions,” Greg Smith, director of operations, says. “We’ve always pushed the limits with our cuisine and cocktails, and the Passport program gives us the perfect stage to continue doing so.”
Other countries and regions set for Ling & Louie’s Passport program include Vietnam in April, South Korea in May and even a trip to the United States in September to show off their American comfort roots.
Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill was created in 2006 by award-winning restaurateur Randy Schoch, founder and CEO of Desert Island Restaurants. Ling & Louie’s currently has locations in Boise, Idaho; Chandler, Arizona; Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; and Scottsdale. For more information, visit LingAndLouies.com.