Pop-Up Jaliscan at Rocker Oysterfeller’s
Aug17

Pop-Up Jaliscan at Rocker Oysterfeller’s

Valley Ford’s Rocker Oysterfellers gets a Mexican twist on Mondays and Tuesdays when it hosts a weekly “Noches Mexicanas”. Chef/owner Brandon Guenther has partnered with an old friend, Chef Juan Zuno, to create a specialized menu of Guadalajaran comfort foods with Wine Country cred on the two nights the restaurant is usually closed. Officially opening August 27, the kitchen will serve up Carne en su Jugo, a...

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Guerneville Taco Truck
Jun14

Guerneville Taco Truck

I’ve long sought the greatest taco truck in Sonoma County. There have been adventures to Roseland, Sonoma, and beyond. Many outstanding. Some good. Some not so much. But through it all has been the Holy Grail yet untried: The Guerneville Taco Truck. Set up most days in the Safeway shopping center, it needs no name other than “Authentic Mexican Food”. That, and the line that stretches sometimes 10 or 20 deep on...

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Sonoma Coast Fish Bank
Jul26

Sonoma Coast Fish Bank

Just a stone’s throw from the coast, the once-sleepy town of Valley Ford is waking up to its potential as a charming whistlestop on the way to Bodega Bay and beyond. The newest kid on the restaurant block: Sonoma Coast Fish Bank which opened in February 2010. Housed in a historic bank that stood empty for years, the renovated space is a bonanza for fresh, locally-caught seafood including oysters, salmon, smelt, scallops and...

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Sonoma Coast Dining: Tomales, Point Reyes, Marshall
Jul11

Sonoma Coast Dining: Tomales, Point Reyes, Marshall

Need a little summer getaway? BiteClub heads for the beach, stopping to pick up plenty of provisions along the way. Santa Rosa to Tomales: Passing through Petaluma, head out toward the town of Tomales. It’s an incredibly scenic ride through golden hillsides dotted with eucalyptus groves. About 30 minutes out, you’ll enter this cozy historic outpost that’s home to the Tomales Bakery. And, uh, not a whole lot else....

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