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).
Kara brodgsell photography (ink.paper.plate)
Beat the holiday season with the self-described “Best Workout in the World” at 1. Barry’s Bootcamp, which now boasts a San Francisco location — intense cardio and strength training will ensure holiday indulgences are guilt-free; barrysbootcamp.com. If you’re in need of a new exercise wardrobe, Athleta has a new Corte Madera store; athleta.com.
Hosting a party? Enlist 2. The Booth Bus, a vintage Volkswagen/photo booth, to give your guests a moment worth remembering; theboothbus.com. If you find yourself in Point Reyes Station, make sure to swing by 3. Ink. Paper.Plate. The unique art studio is open to visitors and features classes, workshops and a retail space; inkpaperplate.com.
Juice Girl has taken over Jamba Juice’s Mill Valley location and serves an array of fresh, seasonal cold-pressed juices and smoothies; juicegirlmv.com. 4. Nekter has also joined the Marin juicing community with a Strawberry Village location; nekterjuicebar.com. If it’s non-drinkable botanicals you seek, Tiburon’s 5. Lush Bubble offers eye catching succulents and more to bring the outside indoors; lushbubble.com.
Fairfax recently welcomed Taste Kitchen & Table, a new bakery and cafe offering breakfast, lunch and snacks; tastekitchenandtable.com. Toast is now Kitchen Sunnyside, under new ownership in the same downtown Mill Valley location. San Rafael favorite Terrapin Crossroads has a new chef — Jason Arbusto; terrapincrossroads.net. San Francisco’s Bio French Organic Crêperie has opened a Sausalito location; biologiquesf.com.
Prince Estate Jewelry in Sausalito is home to a wearable collection of diamonds, gold and platinum for decking out any outfit; princeestatejewelry.com. For pleasing wall decor, check out Seager Gray’s new Throckmorton location — new gallery, new look; seagergray.com. Expecting company during the holidays? Give your home a face-lift with furnishings from Calico, now open in Strawberry Village; calicocorners.com.