New In Town: April 2017
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).
has moved to bigger quarters in Northgate mall’s food court, purveying a variety of boba teas, as well as bánh mì sandwiches.
Sister restaurant to San Rafael’s Flatiron, has taken over the old Broken Drum space on Fourth Street and serves beers on tap, wine, cocktails and food featuring local farm fare.
Goldsmith Jeffrey Levin and curator Bonnie Powers opened a custom jewelry, handmade goods and art studio, in Mill Valley on Locust Street.
After having to close its previous store location after a fire, the goldsmith has a new address on San Francisco’s Union Street.
opened in Mill Valley.
Melissa Ferst, owner of the spa, launched her first Marin location at Marin Country Mart.
has partnered with local husband-and-wife team Ed and Nina Lasseter in a location in downtown San Rafael.
Mobile bike shop expanded its reach to the North Bay, servicing bikes at your home or work.
A camera repair, printing, video transfer (and more) shop, has a new location on San Rafael’s Fourth Street.
Offering mattresses, adjustable beds, linens and pillows, the boutique is now in San Rafael.
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Sandra Bird moved her showroom to Kentfield.
Life planning and investment managing firm has a new website and web series called “Conversations with Frank and Fred”.
The shop offers fully furnished, ready-to-go executive suites and office spaces for rent in Sausalito.
This article originally appeared in Marin Magazine’s print edition under the headline: “New in Town“.