New In Town: August 2018
From garden design to pizza restaurants, Marin has new businesses to check out this August.
Mill Valley resident Karen Goldberg opened a second location for Tamalpie in Corte Madera in the former space of Brick & Bottle restaurant. The new digs, 4,000 square feet inside and out, include a 30-foot bar, a custom shuffleboard table where people can dine, and a “T*Pie On the Fly” option for pizza-to-go by the slice.
In Mill Valley, Lily Kanter, co-founder and CEO of Serena & Lily, launched Boon Supply, where 50 percent of the price of goods like totes and kitchen gadgets goes directly to a cause of the shopper’s choice.
Michele Holmes Studio (pictured) in Corte Madera, featuring customized natural brow shaping with a tweezer-only approach, holds events where makeup and skin care practitioners educate customers about new techniques and products. Holmes has also introduced MicroFILL, a semipermanent brow makeup service.
Yardzen, based in Mill Valley, offers landscape design done all online, making this professional service more affordable and accessible; 3D renderings are included.