Sunday, October 2, 2022

New Store Openings at The Mall at Wellington Green

The Mall at Wellington Green has announced the opening of four new stores offering shoppers new destinations for their dining, lifestyle and fashion needs. Q’Bola Café, Pici Nutrition, Laced, and Jewelry Box join the more than 160 retail and culinary offerings at Wellington Green.

Q’Bola Café

This bustling Cuban bakery and café is the perfect stop for shoppers looking for a quick bite. The menu includes classic Cuban staples like coffee, sandwiches and authentic pastries but also brings some street food flair with dishes like salchipapas, a South American delicacy consisting of thin-sliced pan-fried beef sausage mixed with french fries and coleslaw.


Pici Nutrition

Health and fitness enthusiasts can find all of their various wellness supplements and accoutrement at Pici Nutrition. All of Pici’s products, which include vitamins, probiotics and whey protein, are rigorously tested and consist of transgenic ingredients that have been authenticated by the Food and Drug Administration and Good Manufacturing Practice. Pici also offers apparel options for a vast selection of fitness routines.



If you’re looking for rare sneaker finds, Laced offers an enviable selection of footwear worthy of any true sneakerhead’s collection. The Massachusetts-based chain stocks some of the most hard-to-find sneakers from major brands such as Nike, Jordan, and Yeezy, as well as luxury street wear brands Bape and Supreme. Consignment options are also available for new footwear, apparel and more.


Jewelry Box

Jewelry Box is quickly becoming Wellington’s go-to for custom fine jewelry creations. Owners Jan and Maria Levine’s offer a personalized touch to every guest experience and their affordable selection of designer baubles make for an excellent gift for those looking to get a head start on holiday shopping.


Tyler Childress
Tyler is the Web Editor and a contributing writer for Boca Raton magazine. He covers tech, events, education, housing and other issues affecting South Floridians. Follow him on Twitter and send story tips to

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