Originally Published: May 11, 2014 6 a.m.
Progress is in high gear at the Frontier Village Shopping Center with work on Einstein Bros. Bagels and Prescott Crush ahead of schedule and Augie's Restaurant introducing a new bar menu, officials from the center said this week.First, Einstein's is more than ahead of schedule - it opened on Friday, May 9. Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe Marketing Manager Amber Hudson reported the grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held Saturday, May 31, at 2 p.m.Einstein's local franchisees Barry Harcus and Tanner Boothby also will host a full week of grand opening celebrations and offers from May 26 through May 31."We are excited to open the first Prescott Einstein Bros. and share our fresh-baked bagels, artisan roasted coffee and other delicious menu items with our guests," Harcus said. "We hope to create strong ties with the community and we invite area residents to join us for our grand opening ceremony and giveaways."Einstein Bros. Bagels is a fast, casual bagel café offering traditional and gourmet fresh-baked bagels, topped with a variety of 12 one-of-a-kind, double-whipped schmear choices. There are more than 400 possible flavor combinations of bagels and schmear, according to a news release. The bagel company is located in what used to be Taco Bell, 1741 E. Highway 69. For full menu information, visit them online at einsteinbros.com.Then there's the nearby Prescott Crush Wine Bar, which will officially open to the public on Friday, May 16, at 2 p.m. Its grand opening and ribbon cutting will be held Thursday, June 5, at 2 p.m., Hudson said.Add to that more excitement from Augie's - an all-new Bar 11 Menu, including signature martinis paired with exclusive appetizer offerings in their open yet cozy Bar 11. For more information on Augie's, located next to Einstein's, call 928-777-0330.HEALINGSages' Healing Center, 1101 E. Gurley St., has announced the addition of Michele Bielski, licensed massage therapist, to its team. Michele is a graduate of the Swedish Institute of Massage and has over 15 years of experience in the field. She specializes in medical massage, deep tissue work, and the treatment of chronic pain and sports-related injuries.Sages' Healing Center is offering a special 75-minute massage for new patients at a special rate throughout May and June, said Damon Sage, L.Ac. Contact them at 928-458-6748 or sageshealingcenter.com.RESTORERainbow International of Prescott, a local restoration business owned by Luke and Jennifer Lanier, has opened its doors and is ready to serve Prescott and the surrounding communities.Rainbow International offers a broad range of home restoration services, according to a news release. They specialize in smoke, fire and water damage restoration, as well as offering carpet-cleaning services for residential homes and commercial buildings. "We look forward to working with the community," Lanier said. "We bring a level of professionalism and technical skills to every job and are able to help people with all of their restoration needs."For more information, call 928-499-3222 or visit RainbowIntl.com/prescott.NEWNeed2Know spotters and sources have discovered that: The former Zeke's Restaurant in Prescott Valley is turning into medical offices; and, Blueberry Esthetics Salon, 1000 Willow Creek Road, Suite L, in Prescott, is open for business. The spa, beauty and personal care salon offers facial treatments, microderm-abrasion, body treatments and waxing services. Call them at 480-406-5311.To have your business progress, new-starts or company's growth - such as new hires, changes in hours or location, even a new product line or trend - in The Daily Courier, call 445-3333 ext. 1095, or email email@example.com. For legal notices involving businesses, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Tim Wiederaenders on Twitter @TWieds_editor