New in Town
Bru Broth in San Anselmo and L.A. Libations have partnered to put Bru Broth’s 100 percent organic farmto- bottle bone-broth beverages in SoCal stores; brubroth.com.
DavidsTea, a contemporary tea shop offering a selection of artisanal teas and accessories, opened its first Marin location in the Town Center at Corte Madera; davidstea.com.
Victoria Bakery and Cafe at Bon Air is now serving lunch with a selection of paninis and savory gougères; victoriabakerymarin.com.
The Marin Humane Society in Novato is rebranding itself with a fresh new logo that reflects its recently revised name: Marin Humane; marinhumane.org.
Kelly Scott’s wellcurated boutique The Goods recently moved into the former Mt. Tam Dog Company space next to Equator Coffees in downtown Mill Valley; thegoodsmv.com.
Nomadic glamping comes to Marin in the form of Anywhere Outpost, a full-service luxury camping experience tailored to fit your group’s needs. Ideal for weddings, group trips, and retreats: you pick the spot and they set up a luxury campsite complete with high-end bedding, clothing racks and lighting; anywhereoutpost.com.
Svetlana Kronik and Dasha Lazaryuk launch Joyful Cooking Classes, a San Anselmo–based company offering cooking lessons and parties in your own home; joyfulcookingclasses.com.
If you like yoga that makes you sweat you’ll love Rachael Koss and Amy Greywitt’s new studio Metta Yoga in Corte Madera; mettayogastudio.com.
Holly Hopper Clifford and her daughter Carly Clifford have joined forces to open Black Rabbit Trading Co., a colorful store with a selection of vintage and new home furnishings; blackrabbittradingco.com.
Mother-daughter duo Loren and Deisarey St. Andre opened Rumor Has It, a new designer-label consignment boutique in San Rafael; rumorhasitboutique.net.
Owner Karen Johnson opened a second Madison boutique in the old Citrus space in Tiburon, focusing on shoes and handbags; 415.889.5727.
See artist Sue Averell’s work at her Sausalito studio and gallery open until December; sueaverell.com.
A look at the bustling city scene.
What could be described as a Chinese version of Mario Batali’s Eataly opened in Chinatown this past March. CHINA LIVE, a 30,000-square-foot space, includes a retail store, flower mart, tea shop, and the 120-seat Market Restaurant. The second and third floors are scheduled to open later this year and will include a more upscale restaurant, craft cocktail bar and private event space; chinalivesf.com, 644 Broadway, San Francisco
The Omakase Restaurant Group is set to open DUMPLING TIME, a neighborhood dumpling and beer house that will serve traditional dim sum with a California twist. Enjoy your meal while watching carefully crafted dumplings being made from scratch in a glass-enclosed dumpling room; dumplingtimesf.com, 11 Division St, San Francisco
The San Francisco public will finally be able to view the city’s tallest art sculpture, “VENUS,” a 92-foot-tall stainless steel structure located in Trinity Place’s art garden. Almost as tall as the Statue of Liberty, the sculpture by artist Lawrence Argent was visible only to the tower residents until its public unveiling last month; trinitysf.com, 33 Eighth St, San Francisco
The enchanting Polk Street boutique ST. LIGHTNING just launched its website. Specializing in ethically handmade artisan goods, the shop embodies the ’60s and ’70s Bay Area craft movement in products ranging from jewelry and clothing to textiles, ceramics and natural apothecary items; shopstlightning.com, 1813 Polk St, San Francisco
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