About Mystic Water
In 2009, creative visionary and entrepreneur Avigdor Weber planted his first seed. Establishing Mystic Water Kava Bar and Yoga Studio in the heart of tropical paradise ~ Hollywood, Florida. He dreamt of a place for the mindful, where meditation and recreation could make love. Weber’s wondrous world quickly became a mecca for those seeking to escape the hustle and disharmony of mainstream society. Drawn to its majestic, award winning ambiance and medicinal energy, musicians, intellectuals, healers and hipsters gather from far and wide to be part of the magic brewing inside Mystic Water. Weber spread his roots in 2010, opening a second location in San Diego, California. And his most recent oasis, which opened its doors in 2013, has successfully prevailed, despite unfortunate attempts by others to steal his concept. It is said that imitation is the highest form of flattery. Hence, Weber carries on with integrity and humility, as an originator and innovator of a thriving brand. He imagined building Mystic Water into a family operated dynasty and generously offered to share his businesses with his siblings. Thus, the intentions at the core of Mystic Water’s inception remain pure and its legacy ever growing.
Mystic Water is a sanctuary. It is a place of peace and positive exchange. Avi dreamt of creating a space that was safe and imaginative. When you walk through the doors of any one of the Mystic Water Bars, you'll be embraced by a beautifully hand-sculpted Banyan Tree. The Banyan Tree represents shelter and has a nurturing force. You will find books scattered throughout the kava bar, amazing art work from his friend Anya Nadal and other local artists as well as pads of paper and colored pencils to encourage people to encounter new thoughts and be creative. Avi's patrons, who often become his close friends describe Mystic Water below:
"The Kava Bar is hope, especially in South Florida and probably many parts of the world. That there is something different out there for people like me. Someplace I can go to have a home, a second home."
"What does the kava bar mean to me? Bliss. In all seriousness, that's the first word that comes to mind. It's a place where I find sanctuary, like-minds, never a bad conversation, centeredness, and always kava."
Kava Bar Hours
Hollywood, Florida: Open Sunday - Saturday 2pm - 4am
2037 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, Florida 33020
San Diego, California: Open Sunday - Thursday 2pm - 12am, Friday & Saturday 2pm - 2am
3811 Ray Street
San Diego, California 92104
Ithaca NY: Open Sunday - Wednesday 2pm - 12am, Thursday - Saturday 2pm - 2am
109 S. Cayuga Street
Ithaca, New York 14850