Tiger Woods is rebranding his Jupiter restaurant as part of a push to create a centralized brand around the golfer’s business ventures.
Under the shift, The Woods Jupiter in Habourside Place will get a new logo, but will keep its name.
A centralized, parent brand called TGR (pronounced ‘T-G-R’) was launched to “unify” Woods’ current and future business ventures.
“Since spring 2015, Tiger has been developing TGR, a brand that will unite and strengthen his current businesses and future endeavors,” according to a press release announcing the effort. “Led by Tiger’s vision and inspired by his commitment to excellence on and off the golf course, TGR reflects the mindset, method, and mastery that have remained constant throughout his lifelong pursuit of excellence.”
The Woods opened in Aug. 2015.
“I’m thrilled with the success we’ve enjoyed in our first year,” Tiger Woods said in a prepared statement announcing the new parent brand. “TGR is a great reflection of what we do at The Woods – provide a premium experience that’s also fun and relaxed. I’m proud of the staff and what they’ve done in this first year, and I’m happy the local community has enjoyed it so much.”
Antica Sartoria, an Italian boutique known for its causal beach-chic style, will open its first U.S. location on Thursday at Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens.
Palm Beach County resident Renee Schaefer decided to bring the brand to Palm Beach Gardens after visiting Italy last year.
The 1,200-square-foot boutique is located on the ground floor next to the shopping hub’s center court. The store offers a variety of rare items, including blouses, embellished denim, bathing suits, printed cover-ups, dresses, caftans, necklaces and boho-inspired beach bags. Designer Giacomo Cinque only makes a certain number of each item, which are sold at 16 stores throughout Italy and will also be available at the new Palm Beach Gardens location.
“We walked into a store in Capri and fell in love everything about the collection and the beachy chic vibe the brand represents,” Schaefer said. “Designer Giocomo Cinque has done an exquisite job creating fresh, inspiring and statement-making pieces that women and children feel gorgeous wearing.”
The Palm Beach County location is a change for Schaefer, who with her husband, Curtis Sigretto, currently owns two local Halloween Express franchise locations.
Sigretto, who founded Halloween Express in 1989 and served as president of more than 220 stores, will serve as the boutique’s consultant. Wayne Jenkins, the founder of Wellington-based Captive One Insurance, is the lead investor.
PGA Commons will celebrate its 15th anniversary next month, and its businesses plan to mark the milestone with deals and discounts.
The mixed-use shopping and entertainment hub, located on PGA Boulevard west of Military Trail, opened its doors in Oct. 2001.
“We are proud to have created and remained active participants in this remarkable community for 15 years,” said Joel Channing co-founder of PGA Commons. “Since day one, PGA Commons has served as the area’s premier retail/social destination, and we are grateful for all the support we have received over the years. We are excited to celebrate this milestone with the community and look forward to a successful future together.”
PGA Commons said discounts and specials at participating stores and restaurants including (but are not limited to):
Bamboo Clothiers – $15 for all earrings.
Blowtox | A Blow Dry Bar – 15% off all color services.
Flourish Massage – 15% off 60-minute table massage or 60-minute table/foot massage combo.
Kabuki Sushi Thai Tapas – $15 PGA Roll (made specially for mall’s anniversary), with shrimp tempura, cucumber, avocado, cream cheese, topped with spicy tuna, tempura flakes, eel sauce, and spicy mayo.
Onessimo Fine Art – 15% off specific artists’ artwork.
Polished Nail Spa – 15% off a Deluxe Hot Stone Pedicure.
Prosecco Café – $15 selection of wines and prosecco by the bottle.
Revolution Dating – 15% off any membership package.
Spoto’s Oyster Bar – 15% off lunch or dinner check.
Studio E Gallery – 15% off any purchase.
The Tux Shop – $15 off a Private Collection tuxedo rental.
Among the Mother’s Day options available this year: Hoffman’s Chocolates High Heel Shoe for $29.95 and a Sweet Purse Basket starting at $26.95. Hoffman’s Chocolates has been gracing the taste buds of Palm Beach County since the company opened its first store in downtown Lake Worth four decades ago. The company celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2015.
Contact: 450 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Unit 6, Jupiter; 561-746-1288
For more than six decades, this family owned and operated business has served the Jupiter area. The shop has a variety of Mother’s Day arrangements and decorative vases, including Waterford Crystal. Plants, orchids, silk and artificial flowers are also available. Floral arrangements can be paired with a number of gift items, including chocolates.
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
Contact: 3800 North Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach; 561-340-1700
The all-suite beachfront Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa is offering mothers the ultimate spa-themed staycation. The resort’s Ultimate Spa Retreat is designed to pamper mothers and daughters with a 50-minute spa treatment at SiSpa and access to all spa facilities, including steam room, heated marble beds, relaxation room with hot tea bar, private whirlpool, and waterfall showers. Rates start at $504.
Evelyn & Arthur
Contact: Locations in Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach, Manalapan and Boca Raton
The family-owned business offers a number of unique items, including Mother’s Day options. They include: Nico silk wrapped pearls in a variety of colors ($82) and Ah!Dorned bags, created from all vegan leather (46-$48).
Turtle Trot 5K Run
Contact: Ocean Cay Park, Jupiter; 561-741-2252 / Saturday, May 7, 7:30 a.m.