For brunch, breakfast or a light lunch (or breakfast all day) Dierk’s Midtown Cafe is the new go-to for Santa Rosa
All day brunch is on the menu
Mexican chilaquiles are a breakfast and brunch staple at taquerias and upscale restaurants throughout Sonoma County. Here are some of the best…
New Orleans style gumbo, fried okra, muffaletta and po boys
Breakfast, lunch and dinner now served at a Railroad Square institution in Santa Rosa
Changes already evident at a Keller-run cafe
Flaky, sticky and just about perfect — Downtown Bakery and Creamery’s sticky buns in Healdsburg are breakfast manna
Breakfast is tops at this Sebastopol hole in the wall
Reborn Pine Cone Cafe isn’t perfect, but wins your heart with food that’s straight from the soul
Where to eat on this high holy day of pigging out
Gourmet market and cafe opens in Sebastopol
Teens run a kitchen that’s Worth Our Weight
Consider this Santa Rosa’s living room — cause everyone comes to hang out here.
Santa Rosa outpost of popular creperie opens in Montgomery Village
Fresh: Lisa Hemenway’s new market focuses on gourmet-on-the-go eating for families
Fremont Diner Sonoma: Hidden away among Sonoma’s vineyards and pastures, is the sort of place every traveler dreams about stumbling into, but rarely ever does. Open for breakfast and lunch daily, 7am to 4pm.
Viola Boutique and Cafe: With a menu and cozy cafe vibe as familiar as an old quilt, Viola Pastry Boutique and Cafe is That Place.
Rib-sticking comfort food with the know-how of a Wine Country chef at this Santa Rosa breakfast, brunch and lunch spot
Simple, straightforward diner food in Santa Rosa
Southern charm and coastal flavors at Valley Ford’s Rocker Oysterfeller’s
Off-beat spots to brunch away your Sunday — on Easter and beyond.
Best Pancakes in Sonoma County
Jack and Tony’s Whiskey Bar opens
Santa Rosa bistro is what Applebee’s can only aspire to: Good eating in the neighborhood.
For months now, BiteClubbers have been lauding the breakfast-time merits of Carlos Country Kitchen, the red-checkered diner off College Avenue. Bordered by a gas station, botanica and car-repair shops just past the 101 overpass, the neighborhood isn’t the most charming. There were some health inspection issues that were corrected. But hey, it keeps out the dilettantes and dabblers–though certainly not fans who pack the parking lot to overflow capacity