For brunch, breakfast or a light lunch (or breakfast all day) Dierk’s Midtown Cafe is the new go-to for Santa Rosa
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.
Rib-sticking comfort food with the know-how of a Wine Country chef at this Santa Rosa breakfast, brunch and lunch spot
Off-beat spots to brunch away your Sunday — on Easter and beyond.
Jack and Tony’s Whiskey Bar opens
Santa Rosa bistro is what Applebee’s can only aspire to: Good eating in the neighborhood.
Long before Anthony Bourdain ruined Sunday brunch for, well, pretty much everyone, BiteClub had her suspicions. Frankly, I think we all tend to be a bit too forgiving after a long, hard night of drinking. We tend to overlook soggy toast and mushy eggs through the fog of sleep still crusted in our eyes and the camaraderie of friends, kids and dogs gathered ’round the brunch table. We get a little too involved in sunny patio tables and crossword puzzles to pay much attention to the canned orange juice and fishy salmon.
Best Sonoma County Breakfast spots for eggs, pancakes, crepes, Huevos Rancheros and all your favorite morning grub
Let me first say that Hank’s is never going to be included in the annals of haute cuisine. It’s diner food. Good diner food for the most part. But diner food.
Dierk’s Parkside Cafe is Santa Rosa’s favorite breakfast and brunch spot