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A new place to sip craft beer opens in San Anselmo. Creekside Pizza and Taproom will have a staggering 40 taps offering local wines and beer along with freshly made pizzas, salads and pasta; creeksidesa.com.

Village Sake devotees rejoice: the Japanese pub in Fairfax is expanding into the old Hairfax Salon to accommodate the high demand; villagesake.com.

West Marin–based Rossotti Ranch is going national. The family-owned ranch specializing in sustainable Grade A meats has just announced a nationwide distribution of its products as well as a new website; rossottiranch.com.

Snapshot: Petaluma

The area is teeming with new restaurants and things to see and do.

Petaluma Arts Center and the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum join forces to present Portraits of Petaluma Pioneers: Personal Images & Public Stories of a California Rivertown at the Petaluma Historical Library & Museum. The exhibit runs through September 24; petalumaartscenter.org, petalumamuseum.com, 20 Fourth St

A refreshed dining and drinking concept has arrived in the North Bay with The Block, a new open-air food truck market and beer garden near the heart of historic downtown. Swing by Wednesdays through Sundays for a rotating array of food trucks that gather in a parklike setting, each with a unique mouthwatering menu; theblockpetaluma.com, 20 Grey St

The Drawing Board, a seasonal New American restaurant, emphasizes locally sourced ingredients and wholesome offerings. “Healthy” cocktails (try the Prescription, with ginger turmeric honey and bee pollen) and creative dishes like carrot lox and wholegrain arancini make this Petaluma newcomer a fresh favorite; tdbpetaluma.com, 190 Kentucky St

The Petaluma husband-and-wife team behind the popular Pizza Politana are offering carry-out plant-based lunches (think salads, sandwiches and, of course, pizza) at their new location Lunchette in historic downtown; lunchettepetaluma.com, 25 Fourth St

This stunning family-owned and -operated home goods purveyor, apothecary and general lifestyle boutique may just take your breath away. Truck & Barter focuses on quality craftsmanship and beautiful designs, sourcing premium-quality products from artists all over the world; truckandbarter.co, 108 Washington St


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