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Jackson Cafe changes

Jackson Cafe changesA change of the guard has occurred in the kitchen this week at the 65-year-old Whistlestop’s Jackson Café. Marin resident and catering veteran Stacy Scott has been appointed culinary director and her husband and business partner, Chuck Ciaccio, is the new manager.

The two have debuted a creative and nutritious lunch menu while maintaining affordable pricing ($6 for Whistlestop members, $10 for nonmembers).

“We’re thrilled to join Whistlestop, an organization we have supported for a long time, and one that shares our values and commitment to the community,” Ciaccio says. “One of our goals is to introduce far-reaching and exciting new dishes, made with local and fresh ingredients, that will satisfy varied taste levels.”

Scott and Ciaccio will continue to operate their 30-year-old catering business Stacy Scott Catering.

Whistlestop is a San Rafael nonprofit that promotes the independence, well-being and quality of life of older adults and people living with disabilities in Marin County. Find out more at For more about Stacy Scott Catering, call 415-299-2503 or email

Jackson Café is open to the public from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays at
930 Tamalpais Ave. across from the San Rafael Transit Center.

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