New in Town: March 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).
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San Rafael–based Two Chicks Beef Jerky has recently released “Two Hot Chicks,” a spicy version of its signature product, with habanero and California chile peppers.
Mill Valley’s Salt Point will now be distributing its popular Moscow Mules in select Whole Foods as well as Woodlands Market, Mollie Stone’s and Nugget Markets. The company launched last July and has made a splash with these portable mules made with a blend of ginger, lime, American vodka and a hint of pineapple.
Ben and Vicki Barrios from Napa just opened Incavo Wine Bar on Fourth Street in San Rafael.
Gia, the newest venture by S.F. restaurateur Fabrizio Laudati, has opened on Magnolia Ave in Larkspur. The trattoria serves authentic Italian fare with a modern twist.
The owners of BeerWorks have opened Joinery, a new waterfront beer hall and rotisserie in Sausalito featuring exceptional local brews and hearty seasonal fare;
Equestrian lifestyle brand Stick & Ball has opened its first retail store and design studio in downtown Mill Valley. Created by local designer and polo player Elizabeth Wellborn, the brand features luxury lifestyle items inspired by the sport of polo;
Local jewelry designer Renee Sheppard has launched her first retail, Renee Sheppard, store in Larkspur featur – ing exquisitely made jewelry that is both casual and sophisticated.
Deleuse Jewelers has expanded and relocated to Fairfax. The spacious gallery features jewelry designed exclusively by owner Janet Deleuse.
After purchasing 700– 1100 Larkspur Landing Circle for about $82 million, Jamestown L.P. has announced a refresh and new name, The Exchange at Larkspur Landing.
Business is thriving in this quaint town. Here are a few places not to miss.
Breeze Modern Wardrobe is your go-to for all things consignment and chic; 621 San Anselmo Ave.
Carpets of the Inner Circle, a textile gallery established in 1978 that features tribal-, village- and urban-inspired carpets, has relocated to San Anselmo; 15 Ross Ave.
The nonprofit maker-space and tech lab Cyber Garage is accepting kids ages 8–108 into its imagination incubator; 14 Ross Ave.
The recently relocated boutique Junction Shoes showcases a seasonally culled collection of shoes, sandals and boots; 518 San Anselmo Ave.
For the inner minimalist, Sophia Wood’s boutique MUSE offers a collection of home accessories, small furniture, and custom-made handbags and jewelry; 566 San Anselmo Ave.
Quality clothing and provisions for both men and women can be found at Tumbleweed; 570 San Anselmo Ave.
Men’s accessory store Utility Goods focuses on things for the modern man with a nod to functionality and simplicity; 568 San Anselmo Ave.
VINES has wine from local and international vineyards, cheese and charcuterie plates, and $5 flight tastings; 906 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
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