We are very excited to introduce Catering here at Driver’s Market! We have created a range of Grazing Boards, Salads, and Focaccia Sandwich Platters to delight your guests. This truly is beautiful food! Our Catering Menu is seasonal, and is designed to showcase the local farms and small batch companies that we work with everyday.
We have an exciting new crop of cookbooks in stock at Driver’s, just in time for the holidays! With titles that you’ll find on the New York Times and San Francisco Chronicle’s lists of best cookbooks of the year, see what everyone will be cooking up this winter!
Our wine buyer Niesa put together a diverse list of wines that work well with Thanksgiving menus. Combine them for a festive selection at your holiday parties.
California breweries really have beer lovers on their toes. They are regularly refreshing their offerings with new releases, trippy labels and clever names. Luckily, our beer guru Adam Driver does the hard work. He chooses the best and brightest offerings, and stocks our shelves with an intoxicating selection for all beer drinkers.
Poetry surrounds us, making us realize the slimness of the membrane between internal and external worlds. In his book, Your Personal America, Sausalito poet Paul Geffner explores the America familiar to so many of us, as well as territory new and uncharted. Along the way he saves Christmas, kills the Easter Bunny, and contemplates why dinosaurs speak English in cartoons. Paul joined us Around the Table in August 2018 to read some of his favorite poems — his own and others. Here is an excerpt from his book, the title poem ‘Your Personal America’.
Sunscreens contain dozens of chemicals to protect our skin from damaging sun rays. Unfortunately, many of these chemicals are also linked to harmful health effects such as endocrine disruption and cancer. Other chemicals in sunscreens are toxic to coral reefs. Physician and researcher Sarah Janssen joined us to discuss choosing safer sunscreens and protecting ourselves from the sun’s rays.
Driver’s Market opened in May 2013 with a lot of community support and big dreams for the future. Today the market is a bustling Sausalito hub. We sat down with Adam Driver to look back over the last five years and talk about what the future holds.
Corsica, Canary Islands and Contra Costa: our wine buyer Niesa Granger has compiled a list of distinctive summer wines from around the world. Find a bottle that fits your summer plans!
The sixteen contestants in our 5th Anniversary Pie Baking Contest brought their A game to Driver’s block party this weekend. See all the beautiful pies here!
We have a new batch of books, and we can’t wait to cook through them all! Read on to see which authors are local, and don’t miss the limited number of autographed copies!
Xlc Joloronde (pronounced “shell-sea”) has always let her passions guide her worklife – first as a midwife in Seattle, and later as an educator homeschooling her two sons. Now, with her boys off to high school and college, Xlc brings her passion for food and cooking to her work at Driver’s.
Experiencing pleasure and love is not just a Valentine’s Day luxury — it’s part of a balanced, happy life. We checked in with our supplement buyer, herbalist Danya Mosgofian, to learn how aphrodisiacs are used in herbal medicine.
Craft beer is having a moment, growing more innovative and influential every year. Driver’s Market has become a destination for beer lovers seeking hard to find labels. We checked in with Adam Driver to get the low-down on a few local breweries.
We are always excited about new cookbooks, and this year’s releases do not disappoint. Here are the newest books we have in the Market — most are hot off the presses, but a few are staff favorites and classics. Don’t miss the limited number of autographed copies!
Consider our books for holiday gifts, or for your own collections.
Let our wine expert Niesa Granger brighten up your holiday table with her top picks for Biodynamic bubbly. From French Champagnes to domestic sparkling wines, see which producers incorporate the magic of Biodynamic practices into their farming.
Like so many things in life, the beauty of wine lies its diversity. This year we lay our Thanksgiving table with both traditional and avant-garde wines. See which bottles our wine expert Niesa Granger will have at her family’s table.
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.
Rika Gopinath of Yard Smart Marin, and Leslie Alden, Aide to Supervisor Kate Sears, joined us at Driver’s to present on the overuse of pesticides in Marin gardens. Research tells us that pesticides like RoundUp Glyphosate are toxic, and the Marin County government has strictly regulated their use over the last decade. Yet RoundUp is routinely used at homes and businesses all over Marin, threatening our environment, our health, and our water. The Yard Smart Marin coalition seeks to change that by promoting a holistic approach to pest control.
The supplement department at Driver’s Market is stocked with a selection of carefully chosen vitamins and minerals, and is organized in categories including immunity, hydration, digestion and more. Driver’s supplement buyer, Danya Mosgofian, evaluates products and companies before bringing them in, and does the homework for our customers. “I prefer food-based products because they absorb better. Non-GMO, preferably organic, and no giant corporate manufacturers,” said Danya.
Practicing environmental sustainability is such a big responsibility that at times it can feel overwhelming. Where do we start? Adam Driver discusses his strategy for combatting feelings of powerlessness in the face of climate change. Read on and let us know what you think: how do you shoulder the daunting threats of climate change, and what big and small steps do you take to act?
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