New businesses are popping up around Newport Beach, here are the city's recent additions.
Pedego Electric Bikes Roll into Town
Pedego Corona del Mar is scheduled to officially open its doors this week bringing electric bikes, rentals and guided tours to the village. Owner Bill Coleman says electric bikes bring out the fun of riding a bike for everyone in CDM by allowing riders to climb the coastal hills and soar through strong headwinds with confidence and no worries.
“After the ease and fun I had when riding this bike, a light went off in my head," Coleman, a CDM resident, says."In an area filled with rolling hills and beautiful landscapes, Pedego electric bicycles are a perfect fit for people who want to ride bikes with ease.”
The electric bikes come in a variety of models to meet most needs including cruisers, commuters, tandems, interceptors and a petite 24” size. The store is located at 2515 East Coast Highway in Coronal del Mar and is open 7 days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit the store online at pedegocdm.com or call 949-612-7989 to reserve a rental, schedule a tour, or make an appointment to test ride a Pedego electric bike.
Soho Salon & Day Spa Now Open
A new salon and day spa has blown into Newport Beach at 1815 Westcliff Dr. Soho Salon & Day Spa provides hair, make-up, nails and skincare services. Stylist Daniella Kelley is celebrating the grand opening of Soho Salon & Day Spa by offering new clients 20 percent off on their first trip to the salon. Kelley specializes in precision cuts and styling, hair extensions, blow outs, highlights and color enhancements. For more information, or to schedule an appointment with Daniella Kelley, call 949-646-2021.
Lark Creek Restaurant Coming to Fashion Island
Early next year Lark Creek Restaurant will open at Fashion Island. The restaurant, Lark Creek Newport Beach, will be exclusive to Orange County and is set to open on the west side of Fashion Island near Nordstrom.
Lark Creek Restaurant will be serving chef-driven lunch and dinner menus featuring steaks and fish grilled over a wood fire, salads, sandwiches and pastas featuring local, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant will serve a bounty of wines from Napa Valley, the Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Barbara, Mendocino and Sonoma counties, as well as international appellations. Artisanal cocktails from proprietary recipes with fresh-squeezed juices also will be featured.
Michael Dellar, the restaurant's president, said Fashion Island is an ideal location for Southern California.
“It offers a homecoming for me personally, as my family home was just minutes away on Balboa Island,” Dellar said. “We are confident that locals and Fashion Island visitors alike will take to Lark Creek’s unique story, just as the Bay Area has over the past 22 years.”