Best Mexican Food in Sonoma County Restaurants
Jan17

Best Mexican Food in Sonoma County Restaurants

Sonoma County is awash with great regional Mexican dishes. From Oaxacan moles and Jaliscan birria to the street foods of Mexico City, fish tacos of the Baja peninsula and ancient flavors of Yucatan we’re a caldera of Latin flavors. So BiteClub asks:  Where is the best Mexican food in Sonoma County Restaurants? I’ll pick the best 10 comments below and see if I agree… Here are some of my favorites… Moles:...

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Where to eat the Best Chilaquiles in Sonoma County Restaurants

Chilaquiles, pronounced chil-a-KEE-les are a tried-and-truer hangover remedy you’ll be hard-pressed not to love. Translated as either “broken up old sombrero” or “herbs in a chili broth”, they’re a smart way to use up old corn tortillas as well as a hearty morning repast, and pretty easy to find throughout Sonoma County. Despite being deadly simple to make, but hard to get just right — soft and...

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Tlayuda Oaxacan Pizzas
Jun08

Tlayuda Oaxacan Pizzas

Do you tlayuda? Often referred to as a Mexican pizza, these Oaxacan specialties are crispy flour tortillas topped with a schmear of refried beans, lettuce, carnitas, Mexican cheese, avocado and, if you’re lucky, a dribble of pork lard. Unless you’re a native, they’ll usually ask before adding the lard, but insiders know to ask for “asiento”. Feeling adventurous? Try it at Tacos Carrenos, a taco truck...

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El Rinconcito Yucateco: Nosh Mob #3
Feb28

El Rinconcito Yucateco: Nosh Mob #3

Mob Hit #3: El Rinconcito Yucateco 3935 Sebastopol Road  Santa Rosa (707) 526-2720Date: Feb. 24, 2012, 12:30pm Mobsters: 22 in attendance | Join the Mob On the Tab: Conchita Pibil: Melt-in-your mouth bits of juicy pork Black Mole: “Dammit, we forgot this again!” Fish Tacos: “Excellent” Pork and Cabbage Sandwich: “It reminded me of the sandwiches we had in Mexico City” Poc Chuc: “Not as good as...

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Jacinto’s Kitchen
Jan23

Jacinto’s Kitchen

Two of Cindy Pawlcyn’s top toques have opened shop in the heart of Sonoma Vally. Yountville alums Pablo and Erasto Jacinto opened Jacinto’s “Pot of Flavors” Kitchen in Oakmont Village (a sprawling senior community near Kenwood) in mid-January, 2012. Foodies know the hardworking duo worked their way up through the kitchens of Mustard’s and Cindy’s Backstreet Kitchen over two decades, influencing many...

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