Hyde Park Village is an eclectic mix of inspired businesses. National and International brands like Bar Taco, Sprinkles, Anthropologie, lululemon and Kendra Scott offer wide culinary and commercial appeal for first time visitors. Juxtapose helps deck residents out in chic style while The Hyppo Gourmet Ice Pops cools visitors down.
Pop up shops add intrigue to Hyde Park
The village is bursting with inspiration courtesy of their ‘flings,’ or temporary shops. One of their recent pop up shops, Dark Cycle Clothing, introduced Tampa shoppers to the now famous locally-grown clothing brand. Beginning May 12, Uncommon Finds, a fragrance boutique, will open its doors in Hyde Park Village.
Uncommon Finds procured a selection of fine, niche fragrances for men and women. Brands include 4160 Tuesdays, Acua Di Stresa, Agonist, Nasomatto, Yeye Parfums and Diane Pernet. The boutiques purpose isn’t to connect you with just any scent, it’s there to help you discover your own signature fragrance. Rob Atkins, owner and self-proclaimed scent junkie, opened the shop to introduce visitors to aromas they may have never encountered.
Fragrance boutique expands in the city
Along with signature fragrances and perfumes, Atkins also offers candles, perfume sprays, and oils. The boutique will be open from May 12 through July 16 at 1607 West Snow Circle. Learn more about Uncommon Finds on their website and Facebook page. Stay in the know on all things Hyde Park Village related by keeping up with their website.
Slated to arrive soon is Fig & Julep, a space offering an epicurean adventure. Enjoy tastings of specialty foods along with rare culinary gifts. The shop also offers home and cocktail accessories, such as oak barrels to properly age rum, tequila or bourbon. The store opened in Winter Park in December of 2016. The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Fig & Julep is the sister store to The Ancient Olive — offering artisanal oils and culinary/home accessories.