Bloomingdale’s at Valley Fair is open! I’m so excited! I attended the ribbon cutting ceremony last week, and it was so much fun. The store was decorated for the opening event, and it was so pretty!
The new store has all my favorite designers-you have to check out the handbag department!! It’s pure heaven! If you head over to my Instagram, you can check out the event on my Insta-Stories. Be sure to visit the new store and get ready to shop! It’s fabulous
I registered for my wedding at Bloomingdale’s. The registry department at Bloomingdale’s Valley Fair is so pretty, and it brings back so many memories! I am so happy to see how beautiful it is 🙂
The men’s department is amazing. I can’t wait to shop for my hubby there!
If you are local to the San Francisco Bay Area, be sure to visit the new Bloomingdale’s at Valley Fair! Also, Valley Fair has expanded the mall and added many more shops and places to eat. You can definitely make a day of it!
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*social promo sponsored by Bloomingdale’s Valley Fair, all thoughts and opinions are my own. blog post not sponsored-I wanted to share the event with my readers who are not on Instagram, so I re-posted here.
Photo below taken inside the newly expanded Valley Fair.
National Jewelry Day is March 13, 2020. Come celebrate with me at Kendra Scott, Santana Row! There will be sips, sweets, and a whopping 20% off your purchase during the event. That’s an amazing deal on brand new, spring 2020 jewelry!! I’m in love with this event!
You can RSVP by clicking here. If you forget to RSVP, show up anyway!
The event will be inside the Kendra Scott store at Santana Row from 5pm-7pm. The discount is only valid during the event, so don’t miss it! If you cannot make the event, or you don’t live in the San Jose area, you can still shop the event. Feel free to call in your order to the store during the event by calling 1-669-231-0300.
Well, one cannot visit the Napa Valley without visiting at least one winery, right?! Of course, this may sound easy in theory, but if you are traveling with kids to the Napa Valley, many wineries will close their doors to you; after all, you have to be 21 to drink in California.
We are not a big drinking family. We just wanted to tour a winery, relax, and have one glass of wine to taste. After quite a bit of research, I discovered Inglenook Winery offered the upscale aesthetic we were seeking; plus, they were kid friendly. Win/win!
Inglenook Winery has a rich history in Napa Valley, not to mention they have really good wine! So we were really happy to find they were set up for families to enjoy their winery setting. I called ahead and got on the “guest list,” which is essentially making a reservation for the Bistro. The Bistro is great because they offer food, non-alcoholic drinks, coffee, and wine by the glass. This isn’t wine tasting, which is in a separate room, and kids are not permitted. The Bistro is like a little cafe where you can get snacks, and buy your drinks.It’s perfect if you have kids.
We decided to sit outside with our baguette, cheese plate, Coca-cola and water for kids, and one glass of wine each for my husband and I. It’s winter, so sitting outside was a bit chilly, but worth it! Outside the Bistro, kids can play with wooden boats in a giant fountain. There are also Bocce Ball courts, benches, tables, and a relaxing vibe. My kids felt grown up playing there, even though they were drinking soda and water. It was great!
There are certain parts of the winery where children are not permitted, but we were allowed to tour the facility ourselves. Inglenook has a fabulous museum on-site which shows, and tells, the history of the winery. Since Francis Ford Coppola is the current owner of Inglenook, he also has a movie museum on-site which has an incredible collection of old film projectors, and other movie memorabilia. It’s really interesting. My whole family enjoyed it!
We also enjoyed touring the beautiful and historic building the museum, Bistro, and gift shop are located in. I was awestruck by the beautiful chandeliers; I’m a huge fan of ceiling light fixtures. Outside, we toured the grounds, and saw the beautiful vineyards, as well as olive trees used for producing olive oil. I am kicking myself for not getting a bottle of olive oil while I was there.
We really enjoyed visiting Inglenook Winery located in Rutherford, in the Napa Valley. Next time I am in the Napa Valley, I will definitely visit it again!
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What is your favorite winery to visit in the Napa Valley?