By Ashley Brady for The Island Connection
By this fall, Freshfields Village will be home to four new stores—Scout & Molly’s, Trés Carmen, Kiawah Nail Studio, and Dolittle’s—and a new restaurant, Fuji Sushi Bar and Grill.
These additions to Freshfields Village’s already vibrant shopping and dining scene highlight the village’s commitment to supporting local and regional businesses.
While the retail stores will open throughout the summer, the restaurant will follow with a fall opening.
Complimenting Freshfields Village’s array of women’s clothing boutiques: Scout & Molly’s is a destination for today’s transcending woman who goes to find that special little something that’ll fit just right. Its boutiques are merchandised with a simple rule in mind: “No style fits all,” in an effort to maintain individuality while dressing in the latest trends. The shop will be located at 458 Freshfields Drive and is now open.
At Trés Carmen, shoppers will find apparel, accessories and shoes from designers such as Nicole Miller, Joie and BCBGMAXAZRIA. This will be the store’s second location in the area, with the original boutique on James Island. The Freshfields Village shop will be located at 615 Freshfields Drive, and is expected to open in July. More information can be found at trescarmen.com.
Kiawah Nail Studio will provide a full service nail salon with manicures and pedicures. The relaxing and refreshing environment will offer an elegant and professional treatment tailored to meet the customer’s needs. The nail studio will be located at 205 Gardeners Circle and is slated to open by July 1.
Dolittle’s, a Charleston based company, will offer quality pet products including food, toys, collars and leashes, beds and more. The shop will also have a self-service pet bathing room. Dolittle’s is focused on finding solutions for the little problems that arise in life with cats and dogs. Having more than 20 years of experience in the industry, the staff is equipped to help customers provide the best for their pets. Located at 352 Freshfields Drive, the Freshfields Village store will be Dolittle’s third location in the Lowcountry, and is expected to open by July 1. More information can be found at www.dolittles.com.
“We are pleased to introduce these new additions to Freshfields Village,” says President of Northwood Retail, Ward Kampf. “Not only are we excited to provide the Kiawah shopper with a unique mix of quality local and regional retailers, but also some of the latest curated food offerings that broaden Freshfield’s diverse dining options.”
With these additions, Freshfields Village features almost 30 different stores for one of the Lowcountry’s most extensive, well curated shopping, lodging and dining experiences, with more to come throughout 2016. Complementing the new retail offerings, Mount Pleasant based Fuji Sushi Bar and Grill is slated to open its third area location in the village this fall.