Jupiter’s Tipsy SalonBar serves mani/pedi, plus lychee mimosa


The bar: Tipsy SalonBar, Jupiter

The vibe: When you walk into Jupiter’s Tipsy, one of five such establishments in and around Palm Beach County, the first thing you notice are the racks of wine behind the bar. And then you realize that a salon has a bar — two of them, in this case — and they are full of women getting their nails done, waiting for their next salon service or some other such beautification situation, but with a glass of something special waiting as soon as their polish dries. The beer/wine/beauty concept lends itself perfectly to bridal showers, bachelorette parties and general girls-day-outs.

The drink: The Lychee Mimosa ($10), one of four wine cocktails that Tipsy offers, is a perfect alternative to the usual orange and Champagne breakfast cocktail. It’s just prosecco, lychee juice and one juicy lychee to sit sparking like a fruity diamond at the bottom of your glass. And like the best cocktail fruit, it sucks up some of the alcohol, so it’s extra delicious when all the drink is done!

Other noteworthy libations: The regular mimosa ($8), of the orange juice and bubbly variety, as well as a straight-up glass of prosecco, as well as eight types of house wine from the Cupcake brand, four premium wines, white or red sangria, and both imported and domestic beer. There has never been a better reason to have a designated driver for your day of beauty.

Other features: Tipsy doesn’t serve food, but they do serve a full beauty menu, from mani/pedis, to massages, to hair and even medspa services like microdermabrasion.

Info: Tipsy SalonBar, 4601 Military Trail, Suite 108, Jupiter. 561-626-6074. Other locations in Wellington, Boynton Beach East, Boynton Beach West, Deerfield Beach and Fort Lauderdale. Find their exact locations here: Tipsy SalonBar



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