Aloha Sunday Supply Co.

The North Park shop that slings sophisticated surf lifestyle goods


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Aloha Sunday Supply Co., the North Park shop that slings sophisticated surf lifestyle goods, is expanding with a new outpost in Leucadia and a bigger storefront in North Park, just a block west of its original location. The NP digs offer handsomely packaged Baxter of California apothecary products, Apolis + Aloha Sunday market bags, and Pendleton pieces, as well as the entire Aloha Sunday clothing line. The new Leucadia spot, at just 300 square feet, offers a succinct selection of the same. On the horizon? The arrival of the spring collection and a new speaker series highlighting the creative voices behind favorite brands. 3039 University Avenue, North Park; 1114 North Coast Highway 101, Encinitas

Aloha Sunday Supply Co. Leucadia
Aloha Sunday Supply Co. Leucadia

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