Mexican chilaquiles are a breakfast and brunch staple at taquerias and upscale restaurants throughout Sonoma County. Here are some of the best…
Best Sonoma County restaurants openings for 2012 include Spinsters Sisters, Backyard and Campo Fina.
Portuguese dining includes Caldeirada, day boat scallops, piri piri fries and other familiar dishes from the chef behind Sonoma’s La Salette.
At Backyard Restaurant, Chef Daniel Kedan is defining Sonoma County Cuisine
At Bravas, authentic Spanish tapas, Iberico ham, cava, cider and Sangria. Plus a large outdoor patio and bar for all seasons.
Affordable and cozy neighborhood sushi and fried chicken
New Orleans style gumbo, fried okra, muffaletta and po boys
Training restaurant for culinary students is worth a second look
Upscale Chinese and Asian cuisine from the eight regions of China, Vietnam, and street foods of Southeast Asia
Breakfast, lunch and dinner now served at a Railroad Square institution in Santa Rosa
Italian classics from a wood-fired oven
Cocktail and lounge menu features tastes from one of Sonoma’s top chefs
Micro-cider producers use heirloom apples from the region’s lost orchards to create uniquely-flavored hard ciders
Small plates, bar bites and well-crafted larger plates done beautifully at Santa Rosa’s Spinster Sisters Restaurant
New Italian wood-fired restaurant opens in Healdsburg under Scopa’s Ari Rosen
Legendary Pack Jack barbecue restaurant makes a return
Where to take a crowd in Sonoma County
Wood-fired oven pizza, ice cream and brick chicken in Glen Ellen
New restaurants opening in Napa include Biscuits, Tarla, Goose and Gander and French Blue
Getting back to its roots in a move to the former Ravenette location
More than just a flash in the pan, these chefs have 10 or more years of experience under their toque
Crisp Bakery in Sonoma is more than just a pretty case with unique wedding cakes, macarons, cupcakes and cookies
Mediterranean and Greek street food
Cooked-to-order burgers shine at this former A&W after a recent purchase by David Alioto