The bar and the indoor-outdoor seating are a huge draw at this downtown Santa Rosa burger spot.
Cooked-to-order burgers shine at this former A&W after a recent purchase by David Alioto
East coast burger spot opens in Santa Rosa. Let the In N Out comparisons begin.
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.
Casual, family-friendly spot focused on dishes from the kitchen’s wood-fired oven from Josh Silvers. Late night/cocktails.
What the dime-sized boon lacks in diameter, it makes up for in taste — both in its pared-down decor and simply done menu of spot-on eats.
Nouveau-tavern grub reigns at this downtown Napa pub from the owners of Pizzeria Azzuro
Good hamburgers in a quiet, neighborhood setting. Not to mention a full bar and milkshakes.
A favorite of night owls and winemakers, it’s a meet and eat rendezvous in the tiny hamlet of Graton.
Barley and Hops is one of the few watering holes within a 20-mile radius between Sebastopol and Bodega Bay
Santa Rosa bistro is what Applebee’s can only aspire to: Good eating in the neighborhood.
You’ll find most of Wine Country gathered for burgers and wine at this beloved St. Helena outdoor walk-up. Lines can stretch for blocks as folks queue for top-notch burgs, salads, fries and shakes.
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.