Four new businesses to open

Café, boutique and workshop on the way; winery opens

NOW OPEN A display at Mainstream Boutique, 1049 Cochrane Road, shows some of the clothing and accessories for sale at the store. The shop will celebrate its grand opening June 21. Credit: Michael Moore

Vitality Bowls has signed an agreement with local entrepreneur David Ngo to open its first café in Morgan Hill.

Ngo is planning for a summer opening. The café will be located near Target at 1053 Cochrane Road, Suite 180.

Following this opening, Ngo is planning to open two additional locations in the Bay Area.

“The fresh ingredients and superfoods that Vitality Bowls offers are unlike any other fast-casual eatery options in the Morgan Hill area,” said Ngo, who brings a background in previous restaurant ownership and food industry experience to the new café. “My first bite of an açaí bowl at Vitality Bowls was a game changer. I want to bring that same experience to everyone in Morgan Hill.”

Vitality Bowls originated in Northern California and specializes in açaí bowls that feature a blend of the Amazon’s antioxidant-rich berry, topped with a variety of superfoods.

The menu includes graviola, acerola, mangosteen, camu camu, spirulina, aronia, moringa, maca, bee pollen and more.

There are currently more than 100 Vitality Bowls restaurants open or in development across the U.S.

P & V Winery opens

P & V Winery celebrated its grand opening on June 2.

The winery, located at 10155 Dougherty Ave. in Morgan Hill, specializes in Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Wine tastings are held the first and third Saturday and Sunday of the month for $10.

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Boutique clothing store opens

Mainstream Boutique, 1049 Cochrane Road, Suite 100, will celebrate its grand opening on June 21.

The clothing boutique has locally-owned franchises across the nation.

For information, visit

Grand opening set for AR Workshop

AR Workshop, 17500 Depot St., Suite 120, will hold a grand opening ceremony on June 22 from 4-9pm.

AR Workshop, which has locations throughout the nation, is a place where groups can create home decor from raw materials, such as wood signs, canvas pillows, bottle openers and more

The event June 22 will include DIY projects, giveaways and more.

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