Jupiter's shiny new toy is the multi-use development known as Harbourside Place, located close by to the beautiful intracoastal waterway. The facility houses a hotel, Tiger Woods' first restaurant and an amphitheater with live music scheduled frequently.
There are also 13 retailers, helping to draw shoppers from all over Palm Beach County for what turns out to be a day's event. Given the available public boat slips, one can literally head to Harbourside by land or by sea.
Just what kind of options do the shoppers out there have at Harbourside Place? A South Florida retail destination is not complete without a Tommy Bahama. This version is complete with a restaurant and bar, so if your male companion gets a little winded, he can snag a Tequila Sunrise while you finish up in the store.
Take a break in between Harbourside Place's shops at its amphitheater — Photo courtesy of Harbourside Place
For more formal men's wear, John Craig has a location here. His stores have been celebrated not only for the product, but for the experience. If you're vacationing and have plans for a big dinner or two over on Palm Beach, stop over at John Craig first for some guidance on how to outfit yourself.
For the women, there's a Chico's, Francesca's and a White House|Black Market. Check out Francesca's for the latest in trendy jewelry and accessories. No two of their boutiques are the same. At White House|Black Market, you can purchase the latest in fashion, with stylings perfect for a gala, wedding or charity event.
Assuming you'll be hitting the beach and/or pool during your time in South Florida, there's a higher-end bathing suit shop that will have something that fits your needs. Outside of clothing retailers, there's an art gallery, yacht shop, pet clothing store and an eye-wear consultant, too
When in South Florida, you without a doubt have a multitude of options for where you want to go shopping. What, then, makes Harbourside Place stand out?
For one, it's not overwhelming. The complex has the perfect amount of stores, and it attracts just the right amount of clientele. Harbourside will never be a bustling mad house like the Palm Beach Outlets can become.
Also, you have upscale dining options right on site. Hunger and thirst are natural occurrences during a shopping binge, and Harbourside has got you covered.
Also, to reiterate, the development is right near the intracoastal waterway. You can rent a paddleboard in the morning, shop in the afternoon and eat with Tiger Woods at night. That sounds like an action-packed day.