Sebastopol’s Barlow Center, a marketplace for food, wine, beer and other local products now plans an April 2013 opening
What you need to know about Sonoma County’s new artisan food/wine and production facilities.
Upscale Chinese and Asian cuisine from the eight regions of China, Vietnam, and street foods of Southeast Asia
Reborn Pine Cone Cafe isn’t perfect, but wins your heart with food that’s straight from the soul
New restaurants and great eats in crossroads of farmland and ocean showcasing Sonoma County’s bounty
Classic French cuisine in a county setting using produce from the restaurant’s 50-acre farm
Farm philosophy meets delicious dining at Peter Lowell’s in Sebastopol
Michelin and Zagat favorite brings a taste of Paris to Sebastopol
Sebastopol Farmer’s market is slated to move to new digs in this mixed-used artisan food purveyor and retail shopping area
Pizzavino 707 reopens in former West County Grill space. Pizzas are the heart of the menu and Sebastopol seems willing to give the restaurant another chance.
There’s an undeniable charm to eating in a railway car. Chummy quarters, dim lighting and feeling transported to a slower, more romantic time when travel didn’t include pat-downs and families in sweat pants. Captivated by romantic visions of the past (if not the long-term practicality of having a an entire restaurant, bar and kitchen in a space not much larger than a tour bus) SoCal transplants Ted and Heather Van Doorn...
It used to be that you could pretty much throw a slab of raw fish at me and I’d clap my hands in joy — kind of like a sea lion. I’m over it. Truth is that like taquerias, there are far too many Japanese-style eateries churning out mediocre imitations of the real deal in hopes that we won’t notice. I recently visited a local sushi spot that served me a still-frozen slice of tuna and had the gall to charge $5 for...
Spend a thoughtful afternoon eating daal, saag paneer, momo, tikka masala and naan at Himalayan Tandoori and Curry House? It’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make over and over (and over) again for the betterment of humanity…and in support of the cuisine of our friends from Tibet