Tag Archives: BBQ
Rasta Dwight's Barbecue Ribs and Macaroni

Rasta Dwight’s Barbecue in Rohnert Park

Rasta Dwight has returned to Rohnert Park with his barbecue ribs, jerk chicken, hot links and macaroni. Is it as good?

Pack Jack Bar-B-Que

Legendary Pack Jack barbecue restaurant makes a return

Map of Sonoma County Barbecue Spots

See where to get your ribs, pulled pork and tri-tip in Wine Country

The BBQ Spot | Santa Rosa

Brisket and Ribs are top contenders at Santa Rosa bbq spot

Red Rose Shutters

SR BBQ spot closes

Savory Sebastopl

New restaurants and great eats in crossroads of farmland and ocean showcasing Sonoma County’s bounty

Mamma Pig | Windsor

Barbecue roadhouse opens in Windsor

Mamma Pig’s opening

New Windsor BBQ spot

Bounty Hunter | Napa

Pull up a saddle at this downtown Napa winebar and bbq eatery.

BBQ Smokehouse Catering, Sebastopol

Larry Vito is one of BBQ’s masters

Real Food BBQ | Sebastopol

Hidden bbq spot is a West County gem

Bubbaque | Petaluma

Petaluma barbecue spot isn’t fancy, but the ‘cue is smokin

Best Barbecue in Sonoma County (and Napa)

Best BBQ restaurants in Sonoma, Santa Rosa and Napa

Epicurean Connection, Sonoma

Epicurean Connection: Sheana Davis is a Sonoma catering institution and nationally-known cheesemaker who recently opened her tiny deli in in Boyes Hot Springs (just outside the town of Sonoma).

Bluegrass Bar and Grill (Closed)

Bluegrass Bar and Grill’s menu has some very solid contenders for the restaurant’s assertion of “Best BBQ in Sonoma”, namely the St. Louis Ribs ($16.99 half). These are a smoked and rubbed version, so the gloopy, gloppy is at a minimum, though sauce is served on the side. They’re tender, fall-off-the-bone tasty with just enough spice to be noticed

Buster’s Southern BBQ

Authentic BBQ spot in Calistoga where a smoky tri-tip is the best way to go

BarbersQ | Napa

Haute-folksy barbecue with a definite Napa vibe

Red Rose Cafe | Santa Rosa

Puffing away quietly on the deck, the Red Rose CafĂ©’s Southern Pride smoker tells you all you need to know. Where there’s smoke there’s BBQ.

Franzi’s Swiss Italian Deli

Without a second thought or even a napkin, I have scarfed down a sandwich the size of Cleveland–beef brisket covered in melty smoked cheddar with mayonnaise, pickles, onions and peppers on a sourdough bun.