October 2011—Jazzy Yogurt
Jazzy Yogurt will serve 16 refreshing frozen yogurt flavors and more than 70 toppings in a “comfortable setting that feels like a living room”, according to Steve Darrow, managing partner. The interior will feature fruity artwork, blended with a jazz music theme. “Our child-friendly activity area will make Jazzy Yogurt a fun outing for the entire family,” he said. Jazzy Yogurt will be located near the central fountain in the main walkway at The SHOPS Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. starting with Grand Opening events the second week in October. Stop by for free yogurt from 2-4 p.m. on Oct. 10, 11, 12 and 13. Live entertainment will be offered Oct. 16 and 17 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. For more, visit www.jazzyogurt.com.
October 2011—A Cool Breeze
A Cool Breeze lifestyle store will feature handcrafted designer clothing for men, women and children, handbags, jewelry, furniture and tableware. Relocating from a prestigious Michigan Avenue address in Chicago, owners Jerry and Judy Adams were drawn to The SHOPS ambience and architecture. The eclectic nature of their collections allow the husband and wife team to indulge their passion for unique found objects. “We go by our heart,” Jerry Adams admits. “The most important thing in life is to pursue what you love.” Their original resort store located in
Harbor Springs, Michigan is a well-established tradition, based on a philosophy of treating each customer like part of their family. “Whether your budget is $10 or $10,000, you will leave a Cool Breeze knowing you have found something very special,” Judy Adams added. Opening in early October, A Cool Breeze will be located near Oliver Smith Jewelers.
November 2011—My Fit Foods
My Fit Foods, a take-home concept offering fresh, healthy, pre-portioned meals and snacks to go is opening its first Arizona location at The SHOPS Gainey Village. The Houston-based company with over 33 locations in Texas is owned by personal trainer and certified nutritionist, Mario Mendias. My Fit Foods is on a mission to get people healthy, make people aware, and get their lives back,” he said.To-go entrées like lean lemon turkey, Denyse's Killuh Chili, and a light mac and cheese called My Fit Mac range from around $6.75 to $10.25; however, they also offer a three week package called the My Fit Foods 21-day Challenge. "The average client loses 6 to 12 pounds, and reports higher levels of energy after as little as three days on the program,” Mendias said. My Fit Foods will be located across from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, with plans for an early November opening. For more, visit .
A one-time ranch, The SHOPS Gainey Village offers exceptional services, boutique shops,
eateries and fine dining in a tranquil, oasis-like setting at 8787 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale.
For more information, visit www.theSHOPSgaineyvillage.com.