New in Town: April 2018
Marin's favorite restaurants, shops, and landmarks this month.
EAT AND DRINK
Andy’s Local Market now has a smaller third location in Corte Madera. Though modern in function, the store nods to the past design-wise with retro colors and furnishings while also still offering Andy’s old-fashioned customer service and quality food.
Gott’s Roadside, known for its modern approach to classic treats and comfort food, opens its first Marin location in Greenbrae’s Bon Air. Besides the ever-popular cheeseburger, ahi poke crispy tacos, and citrus avocado chop salad, you’l find seasonal specials made with Niman Ranch beef, Zoe’s bacon, Panorama Bakery breads and Osprey Seafood, paired with California-centric wines and beers.
Needing better sleep? San Francisco’s McRoskey Mattress Company, famous for making handcrafted artisan beds since 1899, has a new showroom in downtown San Rafael. It opened last year as a pop-up in the former Radio Shack, but a highly positive community response made the company decide to stay on.
Poet and/the Bench, the Mill Valley jewelry atelier and lifestyle store, has a new line of atmosphere products, including candles, bath soaps and, most recently, tea. Hello the Sun is its new organic loose-leaf blend.
A modern Moroccan aesthetic comes to Bridgeway in Sausalito with Tazi Designs, a home furnishings store specializing in lighting and custom Moorish woodwork along with rugs, handmade textiles and accent furniture from Morocco.
Mill Valley’s 100-year-old landmark Scout Hall has had a long-awaited makeover. Still a safe and welcoming meeting spot for nonprofit Mill Valley youth groups, it’s also available for rental to the public.
New in Town is an ongoing bulletin on new businesses throughout the Bay Area.