New In Town: July 2016

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).

New in Town in Marin


Israeli-born interior designer Yael Putterman unveils 1. Yael Studio (photo by Christopher Stark) in Ross, showcasing both local and international artists. Karen Wiener and Brett Thurber’s electric bike shop The New Wheel makes its debut across the street from Marin Country Mart. Marin-based interior designer Julia Robberts opens Abode Marin on Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur.


Rustic Bakery owner Carol Levalley launches a fourth location in Tiburon. On Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur, 2. Equator Coffees and Teas opens its third Marin County location. Looking for a new lunch spot in Sausalito? Thai Noodle House serves up delicious food on Bridgeway.


Head to Mill Valley for a 45-minute interval-based treadmill workout at Thoroughbred. FitWise Pilates and Wellness opens in the Bay Creek Plaza (upstairs from Balboa Cafe) in downtown Mill Valley, offering Pilates, yoga, barre classes and other movement instruction. 3. Orangetheory Fitness launches its first Marin County location at Bon Air Center in Greenbrae.


Karen Tate of Junction Shoes moves her storefront from Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to San Anselmo Boulevard. Featuring women’s knitwear and home goods made on site, as well as designer clothing and accessories, Kenlynn Wilson opens 4. Kenlynn in downtown Larkspur on Magnolia Avenue.

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