What Was New in Marin in April 2015


If you like all-natural beauty products, visit 1. Credo, founded by one of the original Sephora USA team members, and explore the selection; credobeauty.com. Tiburon jewelry store Fetish is now Sarah Shaw Studio, a design and retail showcase featuring designs by owner Sarah Shaw; fetishthestore.com.


Town Center at Corte Madera welcomes the third incarnation of 2. Lesley Evers boutique; lesleyevers.com. 3. Petite Marin is a children’s clothing line that uses torn or blemished designer men’s shirts to make outfits for kids; petitemarin.com. Obsessed with accessories, clothing, handbags and more? Head to the colorful Charming Charlie storefront located at Vintage Oaks in Novato; charmingcharlie.com.


Vin Antico has received a liquor license, so now you can enjoy a cocktail with your farm-to-table meal there in downtown San Rafael; vinantico.com. Munther Massarweh, owner of Novato’s popular Wildfox Restaurant, will soon open 4. The Speakeasy, a sports bar and restaurant on Alameda Del Prado, also in Novato; thespeakeasynovato.com.


A native of Sweden, Pernilla Sumner opened Pernilla’s Pantry to honor her culinary roots. Four multicultural recipes and all the ingredients are delivered to you weekly; pernillaspantry.com. San Anselmo’s 5. L’Appart Resto’s general manager Olivier Criado and executive chef Alex de Jesus have partnered with the Colombos to purchase the restaurant and turn over a new leaf; lappartresto.com.


Looking for a new ’do? Alba Alvarado opened her namesake full-service salon, Alba Salon, in San Rafael’s Terra Linda neighborhood; 415.717.7332. For those looking to get everything done at Vintage Oaks, head to 6. NJ Nails Spa, the second nail salon to open in the center, located near Starbucks for your next mani-pedi or wax; 415.717.9775.

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