New In Town
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).
Israeli-born interior designer Yael Putterman unveils 1. Yael Studio (photo by Christopher Stark) in Ross, showcasing both local and international artists; yael.wescover.com. Karen Wiener and Brett Thurber’s electric bike shop The New Wheel makes its debut across the street from Marin Country Mart; newwheel.net. Marin-based interior designer Julia Robberts opens Abode Marin on Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur; abodemarin.com.
Rustic Bakery owner Carol Levalley launches a fourth location in Tiburon; rusticbakery.com. On Magnolia Avenue in Larkspur, 2. Equator Coffees and Teas opens its third Marin County location; equatorcoffees.com. Looking for a new lunch spot in Sausalito? Thai Noodle House serves up delicious food on Bridgeway; thainoodlesausalito.com.
Head to Mill Valley for a 45-minute interval-based treadmill workout at Thoroughbred; thoroughbredts.com. FitWise Pilates and Wellness opens in the Bay Creek Plaza (upstairs from Balboa Cafe) in downtown Mill Valley, offering Pilates, yoga, barre classes and other movement instruction; fitwisepilates.com. 3. Orangetheory Fitness launches its first Marin County location at Bon Air Center in Greenbrae; orangetheoryfitness.com/greenbrae.
Karen Tate of Junction Shoes moves her storefront from Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to San Anselmo Boulevard; junctionshoes.com. Featuring women’s knitwear and home goods made on site, as well as designer clothing and accessories, Kenlynn Wilson opens 4. Kenlynn in downtown Larkspur on Magnolia Avenue; kenlynn.net.