You’ll find a perfectly-curated boutique wine and brewery lineup along with tasty small plates at Healdsburg’s newest — well, we’re not sure what to call it. Cozier than a tasting room, but not quite a restaurant, owner Saunda Kitchen has created a hybrid that feels just right.
An alum of Eel River Brewing, she’s got a line on the latest releases, like Anderson Valley’s Framboise Rose Gose and the coveted Smith Story pinot noir available by the glass.
The “Trinity” menu features two healthy pours — a beer and a wine — along with a small bite like their “Lil Clucker” deviled eggs, a bitty basket of truffle fries or dark chocolate peanut butter ball for $20.
Explore their hidden gem wines, available by bottle or glass, crafty hyper-local beers along with flights of mimosas, and cheladas (beer and Clamato). 335 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg, 707-395-0487, barrelsbrewsandbites.com
2 thoughts on “Barrels Brews and Bites for Sips and Nibbles in Healdsburg”
Went there and had the 3 sliders and 3 street tacos. Good but $6 per (street tacos, by definition, should be cheap) are definitely Healdsburg prices. Nice selection of beers.
We ate there right after their opening. We thoroughly enjoyed our “Bitty Bites” of Lil Cluckers Deviled Eggs and Prosciutto Cups. Saunda came to our table introduced herself and her waitstaff. Our service was great and our experience was fun. There was a nice selection of wine for my wife and a nice selection of local drafts for me.
We can’t wait to go back the next time we are in downtown Healdsburg.