New in Town: March 2018
Town Center Corte Madera welcomes La Belle Fifi to its retail family. Owner Fiona Dorst handpicks a collection of bohemian-inspired luxurious lingerie and lounge, resort and swimwear.
Stinson Beach gets a makeover. A host of projects by the National Park Service aimed at creating a welcoming environment for individuals with disabilities are finally complete, including a new redwood boardwalk providing better access as well as new picnic areas, benches, barbecues and wheelchair lockers.
New to San Rafael is Jack London Kitchen and Bath, which features premier bath and shower appliances, expert product specialists on hand and a showroom to explore and inspire.
Alexander’s Artisan Rugs, a top source for high-end rugs, is now the exclusive representative of one of the rug world’s top producers of Tibetan and Nepalese rugs: Odegard + Kooches; also, Alexander’s Artisan Looms + Indigo Looms expands co-production into more than half a dozen countries;
EAT AND DRINK
The newest kid-friendly drink in town is the babyccino — a cup of warm steamed milk often dusted with chocolate powder — now made at Equator Coffees and Teas.
Urban Remedy relocates to a new spot on Miller Avenue in Mill Valley but still offers the same noteworthy selection of organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, fresh plant-based meals and juices.
Sartaj India Cafe by Lotus serves traditional northern Indian dishes made from sustainable, local, organic ingredients.
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