The wine industry is as white as they come. Yet the recent protests and national discussion about systemic racism have empowered Black wine professionals to speak out and demand inclusion.
It’s a bitter pill for restaurateurs who have spent weeks anticipating some semblance of normalcy.
The popular downtown Santa Rosa eatery shuttered in November 2016 as construction on the square lagged.
Blue Ridge Kitchen is hoping to open — with a full liquor license — in the next several weeks.
When the world came to a standstill, these men and women braced themselves and began working twice as hard. Take a moment to look into their eyes and listen to their stories.
We’ve been a little jealous of the "slushtails" we’ve been hearing about in Petaluma, Healdsburg and Sonoma, but now they’re coming to Santa Rosa.
These soft little nuggets made in Santa Rosa are closer to a roll than a tooth-breaking hard pretzel, with a yeasty, homemade flavor that’s hard to resist.
Three great spots, from affordable to luxe, that we think will bring a smile to your face, even if it’s hidden behind a mask.
We’ve been craving comfort food for the last few months, and fried chicken is at the top of our list.
These local wineries offer an opportunity to spend time outdoors while sipping excellent wines and taking in the summer landscape.