Wellness at The Shops
As the weather warms and the taste of summer creeps in, so does the natural inclination to nourish our bodies and get active. Luckily, the wide mix of retailers and restaurants at The Shops at Columbus Circle share an eye for wellness through fresh menu items, athleisure, fitness programming, and beyond.
Who needs a cocktail when you can opt for a delicious mocktail? Center Bar has introduced a new range of zero-proof drinks, like the Aviator, which is made with Lyre’s non-alcoholic Pink Gin, cherry, and lemon juice.
Equinox, the leader in high-performance fitness, offers world-class personal trainers, group classes, and spa services. Hot right now: Barre Beyond, which levels up the barre experience with expansive movements using Bala Bangles.
Why just drink juice? Restore and renew your skin with the Raw Juice Cleanse Face Mask Set ($34), a five-day treatment that provides anti-aging, moisturizing, soothing, and more.
This French-influenced cafe prioritizes fresh, nutrient-rich ingredients that satisfy your taste buds and nourish your body. A current favorite: the vegetarian Hummus and Avocado Tartine.
They look like noodles, but this fish pasta is pure protein. Bar Masa presents this wholesome (and delicious) alternative with unique flavors like cilantro, serrano, and bottarga.
New York Running Company
New York Running Company hosts a run starting from the store every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. What to wear? A branded tank ($55) made in collaboration with Brooklyn-based Bakline.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle also involves using earth- and body-friendly products like the Botanical Kinetics Instant Luminizer ($55), a facial serum for the ultimate glow up.
In her book, Eat Better Feel Better ($32.50), Giada De Laurentiis shares her secrets for maintaining good habits with smart recipes, nutrition tips, and helpful menu planning advice.
A high-tech wearable device, these SmartGoggles ($199) help you sleep better, focus more, and stress less. Plus, they reduce headaches and relieve eye strain.
The BOSS x Matteo Berrettini collection features updated tennis apparel like a hoodie ($228), shorts ($148), sneakers ($199), and a duffel ($199)—all made to inspire a new generation.
Porter House Bar and Grill
Porter House is known for steak and other decadent dishes, but there are plenty of light, fresh options on the menu like the Ruby and Golden Beet salad with apple and goat cheese.
Try before you buy: With the new Equipment Room Program, you can rent select products ($5-10 a day) to playtest outside the store. Rental fees are taken off the final price, if purchased.
Lululemon has all the looks for your next pickleball session in nearby Central Park, including this fashionable and functional Pleat to Street Mid-Rise Skirt ($88).
Juice Press at Equinox
Work in your daily nutrients with the new Protein Greens, a refreshing green juice that packs a worthwhile punch: 15 grams of plant protein.