200 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, CA 94965 | 415-729-9582
Store hours: Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.


MARKET SPOTLIGHT

For Positive Change in the Food Industry

“If we’re going to keep the world fed in the future, it’s not going to be on steaks. We have to eat lower on the food chain,” says Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia Provisions. Inspired by his climbing expedition in Himalaya, Yvon created nutritious, environmentally friendly grain-based meals here in Sausalito!
All soups, bars & cereals 20% off during March.

Health and Happiness in Every Sip

Pam Marcus, a pediatric feeding specialist, and Daren Joy, an integrative designer, joined forces to found Lifefactory in 2007 in Sausalito. With health-minded, design-forward baby bottles as a start, the company has created lines of gorgeous, safe, reusable, easy-to-use and eco-friendly products.
All products 20% off during March.

THIS MONTH’S SPECIALS

DIVINE ORGANICS

Organic, sustainable farm grown cacao powder, cacao nibs and cacao butter. Made in Novato.

0% OFF
THE HUMMUS GUY

Organic hummus in delicious, surprising flavors. Made in Petaluma. All varieties.

0% OFF
SAINT BENOÎT

Light and creamy French-style yogurts in glass jars, made in Petaluma. All sizes and varieties.

0% OFF
MIYOKO’S CREAMERY

Non-dairy, gluten-free vegan butter and vegan mozzarella. Made in Fairfax from organic ingredients.

0% OFF
MARY’S GONE CRACKERS

Delicious, gluten-free, wheat-free snacks made in Gridley. All crackers.

0% OFF
OCHO

A delicious, organic alternative to traditional candy bars made in Lafayette. All candy bars.

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THE DELI

Our deli counter is loaded with fresh baked goods, meats, cheeses, salads, soups, casseroles. Our crew offers original, delicious sandwich and wrap combinations as well as familiar standbys. Something you don’t see on the menu? Ask us.
We serve an exceptional range of coffees, teas, and fresh juices.
If you have time to linger, grab a table in our adjacent cafe area, or take a seat outside in the sun.

AROUND THE TABLE AT DRIVER’S

Innovative chefs, entrepreneurs and community leaders share ideas and insights about food policy, nutrition, cooking and other topics around our community cafe table. Come join us for an upcoming Driver’s Market event.

Spring Health: Foods and Herbs to Recharge Your Health

Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Spring is the season for cleansing and renewal. Join us as healer Daniela Freda discusses the foods and herbs that you can integrate into your diet to support your health this Spring. Some of the benefits can include a stronger immune system, balanced hormones, and healthier digestion. Participants will enjoy samplings of herbal tea and healing foods. Learn more about:

  • nettle
  • dandelion root
  • kefir
  • milk thistle
  • unpasteurized miso
  • raw butter and more.

Daniela Freda is a Licensed Acupuncturist with a private practice in Corte Madera and San Francisco. For the past twelve years, she has helped patients optimize their health using the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has given talks and workshops all over the Bay Area and is passionate about teaching people to empower themselves with healing foods.


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We are incredibly passionate about two very important things: people and food.
It is our goal to offer foods that you can trace back to the people that grew and produced them.


THE DRIVER’S FAMILY

Our mission sustains the knowledge, dedication and friendliness of our staff. We’re all proud of Driver’s Market and proud to be part of the Sausalito community. We’re ready to answer your questions and help you make the best food choices for you and your family.

DRIVER’S INSIGHTS

The People Behind Our Products



There are farmers and makers behind every product at Driver’s Market, and many of them are small, local operations.  Last month, we co-hosted a small business panel Around the Table at Driver’s with our friends at Barnraiser, a Sausalito-based crowdfunding platform for the food world. When inviting panelists, we looked no further than the selection in our store for a world of entrepreneurs to choose from.  We welcomed friends from Mimi’s ConfituresWrecking Ball CoffeeMarin KombuchaPoint Reyes Farmstead Creamery, and Beck’s Bakery for an eye-opening discussion about what it takes to run your own food business in the Bay Area. Read more!

DRIVER’S DISCOVERIES
Some of Our Favorite Makers

Point Reyes Farmstead Creamery

Bob Giacomini and his four daughters, Karen, Diana, Lynn and Jill, produce award-winning cheeses in Point Reyes.

Beck’s Bakery

Rhonda Wiedenbeck makes tasty beautiful bread and crackers using grains from local farmers, grinds them fresh with a stone mill.

Marin Kombucha

Brian Igersheim applied his accumulated academic and food-industry expertise to brewing three oak-aged varieties of the drink.

Wrecking Ball Coffee

Trish Rothgeb and Nicholas Cho combined their love of all things coffee to make and perfect this sustainably sourced, expertly roasted specialty coffee.

Mimi’s Confitures

Lisa Donohue uses local and seasonal ingredients to create Mimi’s artisan chutneys and jams. Each product is based on family traditions and prepared with love.

Devil’s Gulch Ranch

Mark Pasternak and Myriam Kaplan-Pasternak use sustainable agriculture practices. The ranch produces rabbits, pigs, sheep, wine grapes and asparagus.


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