I’m so excited to see a wellness cafe for moms open up in Carlsbad, CA! The Lullabar is a beautiful wellness cafe that provides opportunities for mothers to reconnect with themselves and their community. It’s a space to meet up with friends while the little ones can go to the play gym. Moms can get a mani/pedi, go to a workshop, join a meditation class, take time to get work done or grab a bite to eat. Their cafe also offers delicious drinks like lattes, matcha’s and lemonades. This place is ideal for any moms in San Diego that need a little break, self care or have a nice place to relax. The play gym is ideal for kiddos 16 months to 6 years. I took my 11 year old to check out the spot and we both had the most amazing pedicures ever.
The Lullabar Wellness Cafe
First things first, make sure to head to the wellness cafe for a delicious beverage. I had the mango matcha and it was incredibly delicious. Kyla enjoyed the mango lemonade. They also offer espresso drinks, tea, snacks, pastries as well as grab and go items like sandwiches and salads.
You can place your order in the cafe or they will come and take your order while in the salon.
The rooms are so well designed to make you feel at peace. The colors and attention to detail are on point.
Services & Events at The Lullabar
The Lullabar offers nail salon services like manicures and pedicures. They also offer play gym classes for young kids. Cafe walk-ins are welcome but you should schedule any services or childcare time. Childcare cost is $30 per child per 2-hour reservation. $20 for a sibling, and $15 for a third child. Self-care workshops range from $30 to $60 and include various topics, from breastfeeding to CPR, dance time with your baby, meditation, calligraphy, postpartum mental health, parenting for picky eating, fostering speech and language development!
Having a Space for Moms and Young Kids
The new storefront is perfect for moms seeking a mental break, a spot for pampering, and a coffee break space while having their kids in the same vicinity. There was a similar space I would take my daughter when she was very young and it was my safe haven. They closed when she was little so I was never able to take James. When it was open, I would go there at least once a week. I would grab a coffee and she could play in the play space. They also had classes just for moms or for moms and little kids. This place and places like these are so incredibly helpful for stay at home moms, work from home moms or any moms who want to go somewhere that has people in similar situations. I will never forget that place and I’m so happy to see Lullabar bringing that concept back to San Diego!
Moms, if you get a chance to check out The Lullabar, I highly recommend you do. xo, Bri
We received pedicures from The Lullabar. Images provided. All opinions are my own.