5 nail salons in town to get tipsy while getting pampered


It’s called a nail bar for a reason, right? And thank goodness, because there comes a time when a glass of champagne is just as important as a fresh manicure. You can get both of these luxuries at the same time at salons throughout Palm Beach County. So grab a girlfriend or relative this week and get pampered while getting tipsy. 


Tipsy Salonbar

When you go: Skip the traditional glass of champagne and sip the Lychee mimosa instead. 

Jupiter address: 4601 Military Trail #108; 561-626-6074

Boynton address: 2240 N Congress Ave; 561-742-2272


Avalon Nails & Spa

When you go: Ask for Ivy. She’s enthusiastic about trying any nail design you can imagine — or find on Pinterest. 

West Palm address: 1855 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd; 561-684-7777


EAU Spa

When you go: EAU Spa takes the primping with Prosecco concept to a new level. Consider their champagne simmer pedicure. (60 minutes, $85 per person)

Address: 100 S Ocean Blvd, Manalapan; 561-540-4960


Winston’s Nail & Facial Lounge

When you go: Bring the little lady in your life. One glass may be filled with juice, the other champagne but either way, a toast is a toast. 

West Palm address: 333 Clematis St.; 561-429-3142


La Mer Nails & Spa

When you go: Treat your nails as if they were a blank canvas. Ask about La Mer’s colorful foils for an elegant but eclectic nail design. 

West Palm address: 1355 N Military Trail; 561-616-3606

Royal Palm address: 11051 Southern Blvd #100; 561-784-4567


Sophisticated Lash & Nail Spa

When you go: Sophisticated Lash & Nail Spa can still provide you with a gel or nexgen manicure but consider experiencing the all-organic treatment. It includes chemical-free polishes and homemade scrubs filled with essential oils. A complimentary Happy Hour is held from 6 to 9 p.m., Monday through Fridays. 

Address: 444 25th St #2, West Palm Beach; 561-234-6944


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