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).
Opened on Caledonia Street in Sausalito, 1. Sausalito Stationery has a great selection on cards for every occasion; sausalitostationery.com. Kacey Gardner launched Tumbleweed in San Anselmo, offering clothing and goods for men and women; tumbleweedcalifornia.com. After opening a Palo Alto location in 2006, In Her Shoes, a boutique featuring clothes from local designers, shoes and jewelry from around the world, expanded to San Rafael; inhershoespa.com.
2. Rocket Roll, a sushi burrito (and more) restaurant, opened on San Rafael’s Fourth Street; 415.866.0537. Perry’s San Francisco has finally made it over the Golden Gate Bridge and chose Larkspur for its fifth Bay Area site; perryssf.com. Neka Pasquale, a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist and certified Chinese nutritionist, opened Urban Remedy’s third Marin County location in Larkspur; urbanremedy.com.
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Chiara Serpa opened 3. Lucky Bumble Beauty Lounge on San Rafael’s Fourth Street, offering organic airbrush tanning, body waxing and other treatments; luckybumble.com. Blu Kicks on Tiburon’s Main Street offers casual weekend-style footwear and accessories for men and women; blukicks.com.
Post-holiday means getting back into the groove of exercising. 4. Body Kinetics has relocated its San Rafael health club to the old Yardbirds building, offering an indoor/outdoor experience; bodykineticsmarin.com. Owners Heather Fultz and Christine Donahue of Revery Salon have moved a block down on E. Blithedale in Mill Valley to a bigger space. Luke Fultz and Tony Morales, husbands of Revery’s owners, took over the salon’s old space and opened Shavery Barbershop, offering all types of trims; reverysalon.com, shaverybarbershop.com.
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