New In Town
Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what's new (or just getting better).
Grace Kraaijvanger launched The Hivery, a creative co-working space for women offering workshops, events and collaboration, on Miller Avenue in Mill Valley; thehivery.com. Heidi Blair and Patricia Rudd opened 1. Office-Hours in Mill Valley, a store selling vintage furniture, paper and leather goods; office-hours.com.
San Rafael’s 2. Johnny Doughnuts doubled its kitchen and seating area and now has an espresso bar featuring Equator Coffees & Teas; johnnydoughnuts.com. Oyama Sushi is now serving at Bon Air Center; oyamasushibar.com. Good Earth Natural Foods has a new, second location in Tam Junction; genatural.com.
Offering massages, facials, hair removal and more, Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa opened its first Marin location at Northgate One in San Rafael; handandstone.com. Megera Becucci’s new 3. Megera de Soleil is an airbrush tanning boutique giving clients a customized tanning experience; facebook.com/megeradesoleil.
Marin native Heidi Mejia launched 4. Embellish, a local and family-owned store featuring Presh designs and other handcrafted jewelry and accessories from Northern California artisans; embellishmarin.com. Westerlind Outdoor, an outdoor clothing and accessories store, opened its first California location at Marin Country Mart; westerlindoutdoor.com.
New in Town is an ongoing bulletin on new businesses throughout the Bay Area. To be considered for future listings, email firstname.lastname@example.org.