Barlow Center Sebastopol ramps up for April 2013 opening
Jan11

Barlow Center Sebastopol ramps up for April 2013 opening

Sebastopol’s Barlow Center, a marketplace for food, wine, beer and other local products now plans an April 2013 opening

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Beaudry’s Roadhouse
Nov15

Beaudry’s Roadhouse

Roadhouse to replace Henweigh in Forestville

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SHED v Barlow: The Race to Open
Nov13

SHED v Barlow: The Race to Open

What you need to know about Sonoma County’s new artisan food/wine and production facilities.

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Eight Cuisine and Wine, Sebastopol
Oct04

Eight Cuisine and Wine, Sebastopol

Upscale Chinese and Asian cuisine from the eight regions of China, Vietnam, and street foods of Southeast Asia

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The Kefiry
Sep28

The Kefiry

The Kefiry in Sebastopol produces a soda-like drink with probiotic benefits

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Forchetta Bastoni: First Look
Nov11

Forchetta Bastoni: First Look

Asian Noodle Bar meets Italian Trattoria in Sebastopol

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Hole in the Wall, Sebastopol
Oct14

Hole in the Wall, Sebastopol

Breakfast is tops at this Sebastopol hole in the wall

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Gypsy Cafe, Sebastopol
Oct12

Gypsy Cafe, Sebastopol

Reborn Pine Cone Cafe isn’t perfect, but wins your heart with food that’s straight from the soul

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Last call for Gravensteins
Sep02

Last call for Gravensteins

Local apple is worth savoring during it’s brief season

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Shuttered 707 Becoming Forchetta Bastoni
Sep01

Shuttered 707 Becoming Forchetta Bastoni

Sebastopol eatery rising from the ashes…again

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Savory Sebastopl
Aug03

Savory Sebastopl

New restaurants and great eats in crossroads of farmland and ocean showcasing Sonoma County’s bounty

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BBQ Smokehouse Catering, Sebastopol
Jun04

BBQ Smokehouse Catering, Sebastopol

Larry Vito is one of BBQ’s masters

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French Garden | Sebastopol
Mar17

French Garden | Sebastopol

Classic French cuisine in a county setting using produce from the restaurant’s 50-acre farm

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Peter Lowell’s | Sebastopol
Feb10

Peter Lowell’s | Sebastopol

Farm philosophy meets delicious dining at Peter Lowell’s in Sebastopol

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Woodruff’s Artisan Foods & Cafe | Sebastopol
Jan07

Woodruff’s Artisan Foods & Cafe | Sebastopol

Gourmet market and cafe opens in Sebastopol

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K & L Bistro | Sebastopol
Sep20

K & L Bistro | Sebastopol

Michelin and Zagat favorite brings a taste of Paris to Sebastopol

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The Barlow, a Sebastopol food, wine and art center moving forward

Sebastopol Farmer’s market is slated to move to new digs in this mixed-used artisan food purveyor and retail shopping area

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Pizzavino 707 opens

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.

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West County Grill rises again as Pizza Vino 707

West County Grill reopens

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Henweigh Cafe + Pesto (part 2)

Henweigh Cafe, Pesto

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Starlight Cafe & Wine Bar

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...

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Tosaki Sushi

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...

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Himalayan Tandoori and Curry House

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

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