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


MARKET SPOTLIGHT

High hopes

Introducing plastic-free shampoo and conditioner! We’ve been on the lookout for an ocean-friendly product that’s also great for your hair, and this is it. HiBAR was founded by four friends who share the goal of getting rid of plastic in the bathroom. They work with hair care professionals to achieve HiBAR shampoos and conditioners, which are formulated without water. HiBAR won’t cause weird build up because it is not a bar of soap, and the products feel and smell lovely. Use HiBAR for salon level hair care without the plastic bottle and chemical ingredients. Excellent for traveling!

Moon in your hands

Kim and Aaron Otto’s goal to create an organic skin care line followed the young couple as they raised their family, moving around Washington state until they were able to purchase the farm of their dreams. They worked the land and started making salves using plants from the farm. In 2000, they started selling Moon Valley Organics in the Pike Place Market in Seattle, a development that thrust their company forward. In 2009, Moon Valley became USDA certified organic, another major milestone. The Otto’s are affiliated with World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.

THIS MONTH’S SPECIALS

HOUSE

From Oakland: a blend of teas, flowers and herbs. All flavors.

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QUINN

Naturally gluten-free with American-grown sorghum. All pretzels.

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MIYOKO’S

Revolutionary vegan cheese wheels & mozzarellas. Made in Petaluma.

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KETTLE & FIRE

Organic bone broths and soups from grass-fed cattle. All varieties.

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GREEN VALLEY

Lactose free organic yogurts and sour cream. From Sonoma County.

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GOODPOP

Vegan chocolate fudge bars: the classic all cleaned up.

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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.

A Taste of Ethic Ciders

An evening with maker Ned Lawton

Wednesday, October 23 at 7 pm – Admission is free, guests must be 21 years and older.

Join founder Ned Lawton of Ethic Ciders in Sonoma County for a talk about the beloved apple and its perilous journey from orchard to glass. Ned will discuss: • Growing proper cider fruit • crazy fermentations • and blending for taste. Space is very limited, please RSVP.

Ned will pour selections from Ethic Ciders, and walk us through their offerings. Light food pairings will be served from Driver’s kitchen. Don’t miss this chance to learn about Ethic’s biodiverse orcharding techniques, and get a taste for cider making at its finest!


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FIRST THURSDAY WINE TASTINGS

Join us on Thursday, October 10th 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Thurel Cidres with Pierre Lesbre
Pierre Lesbre will pour a selection of French cidres from Julien Thurel, Certified​ ​Organic & Biodynamic, Loiret

 

Our own wine expert Niesa Granger hosts monthly wine tastings featuring visiting winemakers, importers and distributors!

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

Sushama Gokhale: The healing energy of food



Event recap: Influential nutrition teacher Sushama Gokhale joined us Around the Table last month to discuss the healing energy of food. She focused on the voltage potential of cell membranes, and ways to increase that energy while fighting diseases like cancer. See three of Sushama’s favorite recipes!

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DRIVER’S DISCOVERIES

CIDER SEASON

ETHIC

Sonoma County

LEAKY BARREL

Sonoma County

SHACKSBURY

Vermont

FLOREAL

Oregon

ALPENFIRE

Washington

THUREL

France


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