Coming up this weekend in Santa Rosa: taste vodka, gin, whiskey, bourbon and more from nearly 20 artisan distilleries.
From Suzette to Nordic, there's a crepe and a cider for everyone at this Sonoma County creperie.
Because the restroom can make or break your dining experience.
“I just don’t have the staying power,” said owner and chef Gerard Nebesky, who has been featured on Food Network and is a popular caterer at large festivals like BottleRock.
The new breakfast and lunch spot is already finding a steady stream of fans.
Just when you think Sonoma County can't possibly get any more delicious, a spate of new restaurants are on the horizon.
Hanging out with friends sober doesn’t have to be a bummer.
Cookie sales start on January 25.
The fried chicken trend gets hotter and sour drinks are all the rage. Here's more deliciousness to look forward to this year.
Take a seat at the retro-cool counter or pad into the dining room with wall-to-wall green carpeting and wooden picnic tables.