Tagged : Downtown San Anselmo

Found 12 blog entries tagged as "Downtown San Anselmo".

 

 Last month, we wrote about the old Royal Sweet Bakery building at 625 San Anselmo Avenue in Downtown San Anselmo. The new owners, Josh and Ashley Petersen,  have exciting plans to remodel the space and develop a concept restaurant featuring rooftop terrace dining and an interior courtyard. Josh and Ashley hosted an open house at the location on February 12 to answer residents' questions, just prior to the Planning Commission meeting where their proposal was presented. We are happy to hear that the project was approved! Recently, we sat down with Josh to talk about the plans.

As San Anselmo residents, Josh and Ashley were looking for a way to "create a gathering place" and contribute to the vitality of the Downtown area. They purchased the

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The new owners of the old Royal Sweet Bakery building at 625 San Anselmo Avenue have exciting plans for a concept restaurant that proposes rooftop dining in Downtown San Anselmo. Josh and Ashley Petersen will host an open house at the location on Monday, February 12, at 6pm. They will be on hand to discuss and explain their plans for an hour, just before the Planning Commission meeting, where their application is scheduled to be discussed. Please come by to meet them and ask questions. Then plan to attend the Commission meeting to support their proposal, which would add an unique, enjoyable restaurant choice to the Downtown area, and attract shoppers to the other retail outlets nearby. 

In the near future, we will sit down with the Petersens to get

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Apparently, the former owner of Cucina has taken the space back over, is remodeling, and intends to open for business sometime in December. On a recent walk, I saw the following two notices in the window, indicating San Anselmo may soon regain one of its longstanding, popular, and much-loved restaurants. A lot of folks I've spoken with are looking forward to the opening. I'll be there too!

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Walking by True North, I saw that it is apparently closed and this notice is in the window. No word as yet from the owners as to what the new project might involve, but we wish them the best in their endeavors.

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For your Marin County real estate needs call

Fred Anlyan 

Marin Modern Real Estate

415-847-0602

fred@marinmodern.com

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Since we announced that Cucina would close and be replaced by an artisan pizza restaurant, we have been keeping an eye on the space and noticing the steady progress.  On my daily walk late last week, I found the door to the former Cucina open, with a fire blazing in the brick pizza oven. The new Bridge Place Pizza was open for a trial run, with several satisfied-looking diners enjoying their meals. While I took photos, they continued eating their pizzas! Tonight, again, it is open for the convenience of families attending the last Friday night Picnic on The Plaza of this summer season (just across the street), and anyone else who is fortunate enough to be in the area. The schedule will be determined in the near future and we expect to see the new

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 My daily walks usually take me through Downtown San Anselmo at some point along the way. And for a while now, there have been obvious signs of construction at 429 San Anselmo Ave., just next door to Ludwigs Fine Wine and Spirits. But with the windows covered, it has been difficult to divine what was being brought to life---- until about a week ago.  The door was open; there were shelves, containers, counters, and workmen putting on finishing touches under the direction of a young woman, Claire Bradley, who is one of the owners. (That's Claire in the picture, taking a short break to talk with me about her new store, Amphora Nueva). Amphora Nueva is the third Bay Area location for the Bradley family's gourmet emporium featuring premium (bulk and

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Buck Minitch, the owner of San Anselmo's True North Pub and Grill is very close to completing the work on his current Downtown restaurant project, Crossroads Barbeque and Deli, which has been taking shape for the last couple of months in the space formerly occupied by Bubbas. Crossroads will feature takeout specialties: Roast chicken; Barbeque; Fresh Salads; Sandwiches; Snacks; Fruit; Smoothies; Juices; Tea, and more. Crossroads will also feature and sell artwork from San Anselmo's Artist Within . Watch for this new venue to open soon (possibly by July 4th!) and plan to check it out; it's worth a trip to San Anselmo!

And, if you need help with real estate, Call Fred!

Fred Anlyan

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415-847-0602415-847-0602

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The San Anselmo Marin County Farm Stand opened on May 22 for its annual season, which will run through late October. Open every Friday, rain or shine, from 11am to 7:30pm, the market is located on the lawn in front of the Town Hall, and features delicious fresh, local, organic produce from places like Star Route Farm, Brickmaiden Breads, McEvoy(olive oil), and many others. For the first time this year, natural grass-fed beef, pork, lamb, and wild line-caught seafood will also be available. Owner, Jim Baum is helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable. Stop by and see him! Or visit online:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marin-Community-Farm-Stands-CSA/648938848570032?sk=info&tab=overview

http://www.communityfarmstands.com/index.html

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In his effort to Preserve and Present new dining options in Downtown San Anselmo, Buck Minitch, the entrepreneur  behind the resurrection and transformation of LoCocos to True North and Bubba's to Crossroads, has taken over the management of Cucina. A longtime fixture in the heart of Downtown, Cucina will soon have a new name and present exciting new dining options. The new Bridge Place Bistro will be billed as a "New World Kitchen", offering artisan dishes and fresh food, freshly made.  A separate wine lounge is planned,there will be attractive new dining options like "Brunch on the Bridge", and for late-night diners, an extended closing time of midnight is planned. Stay tuned for more details.

 

And, in the meantime, if you need help buying or

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In our most recent post, we reported on the transformation of Lo Coco's  Pizza into True North Pub and Grill, and the evolving vision of the new owner, Buck Minitch in his quest to carve out a niche for himself and provide exciting, interesting, and affordable food options in San Anselmo. Buck has plans for several more restaurants as he aims to attract more diners and shoppers to the heart of town and help to promote and preserve the vitality of the business district.

I spoke with Buck recently at his current project, the former Bubbas Diner, which will reopen in the next week or so as Crossroads Barbeque and Deli, a takeout food venue featuring, of course, barbeque, plus sandwiches, snacks, drinks, fruit, juices, and more. Current plans

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I used to love LoCoco's Pizza in downtown San Anselmo, went there for years, and enjoyed talking to Mr. LoCoco on every visit. I ate breakfast at Bubba's and celebrated special occasions at Cucina. But nothing lasts forever and the only thing that is guaranteed is change. LoCoco's was sold several years ago, and the new owners struggled. Even though the food was  excellent, they couldn't make a go of it. Enter Buck Minitch, a young man with a lot of energy, a passion for the restaurant business, a commitment to San Anselmo, and an attitude of flexibility. Buck tried a number of different formats, menus,  and business models, keeping what worked and changing what didn't. Gradually, folks started coming back to the restaurant, which now

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