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).
The red bull’s-eye is moving into the former Best Buy space in Marin Gateway Shopping Center. This is the third Target in Marin and will include a robust grocery store.
San Francisco’s Tiffany & Co. on Post Street has opened after a 20-month makeover giving the flagship store a fresh new look.
Christopher Downs, owner of Christopher Salon, is now offering balayage hair treatment at his salons in Mill Valley and Tiburon starting at $205.
Marin resident Britta Cox founded Aquis, the first engineered hair towel created to dry your hair in a healthy, nourishing way.
Cindi LaRaia took over Three Birds Wine Bar in Corte Madera, renaming it Zinz Wine Bar.
Mill Valley gets a new logo with an image designed by Michael Schwab, commissioned by the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center
Book Passage opened its third location in the former Tides of the Bay space in Sausalito.
No longer just a pizza joint, Dario’s with its new menu celebrates Mediterranean cuisine with options like chicken shawarma and a falafel wrap.
Contemporary Mexican restaurant Tamal set up shop in the former Sleeping Lady in Fairfax, serving up tapas and festive cocktails.
These Marin locations are focused on healing both your mind and body.
Anya Bandt a Marin dermatologist for more than 20 years, now offers The Pallogen Legend, an medical treatment that purports to reduce wrinkles and fat.
The icy chill of cryotherapy is the hot new trend in Marin, with not one but two new places opening up. If you have $50 and just three minutes to spare you can try Brrrrrr Cryotherapy, specializing in cold temperature treatments in San Rafael that promote natural healing and wellness. And geared toward sports recovery and athletes,
Cryotherapy Wholebody in Corte Madera offers anti-inflammatory treatments involving temperatures that reach a chilling -240 degrees Fahrenheit with an introductory fee of $20;
Functional Medicine SF opened a location in San Rafael and new to the team is Katie Cole, a holistic psychiatrist trained in medical intuition and Reiki Energy Healing.