Where are the best Sonoma County restaurants for Mexican food and what are their absolute must-have dishes?
Mexican chilaquiles are a breakfast and brunch staple at taquerias and upscale restaurants throughout Sonoma County. Here are some of the best…
Get your Mexican pizza
Mob Hit for Poc Chuc, Conchita Pibil, Ceviche
Pawlcyn vets open a Oaxacan eatery. In Oakmont.
Mexican ice cream is the new 31-flavors
Mexican eatery “pops up” on Monday and Tuesday when Rocker’s is closed
I have seen the light and the G-ville truck is my burrito hero.
La Rosa in downtown Santa Rosa features margaritas and solid Mexican fare
At Agave Mexican restaurant, authentic Oaxacan mole negro is on the menu daily in Healdsburg
Where to get the tastiest fish tacos in Sonoma
Ceviche, creamy shrimp soup, Lomo Saltado and to-die-for Peruvian ice cream at Sazon
Finding fresh, hot tortillas isn’t that hard. But finding really good ones…well, that’s another story.
Authentic neveria y paleteria opens in Roseland with a lineup of flavors including corn, cheese and changunga — along with more pedestrian flavors
Don Pedros opens on Sebastopol Road in former Pepe’s location
Stone ground masa, fresh tortillas and Oaxacan mole at this chic taqueria in Sonoma. Plus amazing Mexican ice cream at la Michoacana
Paella is Wine Country’s party in a pot. Meet the chefs (Gerard’s Paella, the Paella Guy) and find out where to get it
Chef Mateo Granados is behind the range of the next big thing in Wine Country: A pop-up eatery devoted to modern Yucatan cuisine. In a barn. In a vineyard. And that’s all I can tell you.
El Malecon, Pupuseria Salvadorena cook up pupusas in Sonoma County
Tres Hombres petaluma; Where to go for tequila in Petaluma? Tres Hombres. There’s a separate margarita menu, featuring everything from blended fruit sippers to traditional shaken margaritas made with their premium tequilas, making this a weekend hotspot.
Puerto Rican cuisine in Santa Rosa doesn’t skimp on the plantains or pique
Casa Del Mar
How to make great guacamole? Start with avocados. Plus, restaurants in Sonoma County making great guacamole.
Number 42 on my ongoing must-eat list: birria, a Mexican meat stew usually made with lamb or goat. Along with pozole and menudo, it’s one-dish comfort food that attracts the same kind of dedicated followers you find face-first in a bowl of pho or homemade chicken noodle soup. One of a handful of restaurants that [...]
Located well off the main square, Juanita, Juanita is everything a divey little spot should be: Ramshackle, weird, a little dusty around the edges, un-air conditioned and with politely detached wait staff.