New outlets now open at Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise


Sawgrass Mills said Thursday that new, first-in-market outlet locations have opened, including Diesel, Catimini and OndadeMar. Other additions coming soon include Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar and OneClick.

The Italian brand Diesel opened its first and only outlet location in South Florida across from Nike Factory Store, offering trend-setting denim, clothing, accessories and fragrances, Sunrise-based Sawgrass Mills said. Catimini, which offers fashionable apparel for infants, toddlers and children’s apparel, opened its first-in-market outlet in Avenue 2 across from Bloomingdale’s – The Outlet Store. And OndadeMar, which features bathing suits and resort wear, is now open at The Oasis at Sawgrass Mills.

Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar plans to open in April at The Colonnade Outlets at Sawgrass Mills, the mall said. And will OneClick, an authorized Apple reseller and service provider, is scheduled to open this summer in the Market Food Court near Books-A-Million at Sawgrass Mills.

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