First Munch Monday in Santa Rosa draws hundreds, and is leading to a shift in how we think about food
Downtown Santa Rosa eatery gets a new lease on life
Ceviche, creamy shrimp soup, Lomo Saltado and to-die-for Peruvian ice cream at Sazon
Consider this Santa Rosa’s living room — cause everyone comes to hang out here.
Fresh: Lisa Hemenway’s new market focuses on gourmet-on-the-go eating for families
Hungry for those yummy lunches and baked goods from the JC? Doors reopen on June 23
Goji Kitchen in Santa Rosa marries Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese classics with a focus on healthy eating
Top dry-aged steaks, sides and cocktails in a retro-chic setting.
Casual, family-friendly spot focused on dishes from the kitchen’s wood-fired oven from Josh Silvers. Late night/cocktails.
Why not enjoy the fruits another’s labor?. Seasons seeks out sweet and savory preserves that always taste like summer.
Puerto Rican cuisine in Santa Rosa doesn’t skimp on the plantains or pique
Nonni’s is all about Italian home cooking in downtown Santa Rosa
With a menu that reads like a Sicilian love letter, Chef John Franchetti’s Rosso Pizzeria & Wine Bar ain’t your average pie shop
Roberto is back at one of Santa Rosa’s favorite Italian trattorias — now called Trattoria Lupo.
Cafe Europe: A hearty antidote to anything smoked in tea leaves or nestled on a bed of microgreens, Cafe Europe is old school, Old World, rib-stickin’ Deutches-essen.
Sonoma County Romance: Where to go for Valentine’s Day
Sea Thai Bistro in Santa Rosa marries exotic flavors with Wine Country sensibilities.