What Was New in Marin in August 2018

Michele Holmes Studio, What Was New in Marin in August 2018, Marin Magazine

New In Town August 2018


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.