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


MARKET SPOTLIGHT

Getting to know Chico Chica

Chico Chica is a new almond butter from Chico, CA. Made with sweet Non-Pareil almonds grown by Jodi Host and Georgia Zweber on their beautiful orchard, Chico Chica has no added salt, sugar or oil. Jodi and Georgia produce almond butter in small batches so it is always fresh. Driver’s Market is the first retailer in Marin to stock Chico Chica.

From Bernie’s Orchard

On a historic Gravenstein apple orchard on the Pomo Tierra Ranch collective, Bob “Bernie” Bernstein produces Gravenstein cider, vinegar and applesauce with intense apple flavor. “The hot summer days and cool nights of Mendocino County, along with our dry farming practices, help us produce some of the finest apples in the country,” Bernie says.

THIS MONTH’S SPECIALS

GT’S

An effervescent kombucha, fermented to probiotic perfection. All Enlightened flavors.

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SABOR MEXICANO

Homemade corn chips from the popular Berkeley restaurateurs. All chips.

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ACURE

Natural hair care products that truly work. All shampoos and conditioners.

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ORGANIC INDIA

Tulsi, a sacred plant in India, is the key to these nourishing herbal teas. All teas.

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HONEY MAMA’S

Raw honey-sweetened chocolates made with cacao powder. All flavors.

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GO MACRO

Stay fueled throughout the day with cold-pressed nut butter bars. All 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.

An Evening with Barbara Sapienza, author of Anchor Out

Thursday, October 26 @ 7 pm

Sausalito author Barbara Sapienza will join us for a reading from her debut novel Anchor Out, followed by a discussion and book signing. Copies of Anchor Out will be available for purchase.

In Anchor Out, sixty-year-old Frances Pia lives alone on a thirty-foot sailboat anchored near Sausalito, where she communes with the fog, sea lions, cormorants, and two sailor friends, Otto and Russell. She performs random acts of public defacement—painting drainpipes, public restrooms, and murals on the sides of houses—which she believes are beautification projects, and struggles with bouts of depression and mania. Frankly, she’s a bit of a nutcase.

Barbara Sapienza is a retired clinical psychologist who practiced in San Francisco. At sixty-six she enrolled in the graduate program in Creative Writing at SFSU. She lives in Sausalito.


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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

Walk back in time on Caledonia Street



Last month, Sausalito resident Mike Moyle joined us at Driver’s Market to present the history of Caledonia Street. In a talk titled “Golfers, Gangsters and Garages” Mike used historical photographs to tell the stories of Sausalito’s buildings and local characters. In April 2016, Mike gave a similar talk as part of the Sausalito Historical Society that included an exhibit and the Caledonia Street Walking Tour. The Walking Tour featured a numbered photograph identifying the buildings that remain largely unchanged today, more than 85 years later.
Discover the history of our street here.

DRIVER’S DISCOVERIES
The Pleasures of Autumn

APPLES + PEARS

Fresh from Devoto Orchards in Sonoma and Filigreen Farm in Mendocino.

OLIVE OIL

Harvested last fall, bottled this summer. From California olive groves.

APPLE PIE

All the pleasures of the season in one dish. From Starter Bakery in Oakland.

SUN DRIED FRUIT

Extend summer flavors for a few more weeks with peaches, figs and tomatoes

FALL BEERS

From Oktoberfest lagers to pumpkin ales, celebratory beer for the season.

SQUASH

Festive and delicious pumpkins and squash. Direct from Sonoma farms.


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