Find chocolate peanut butter cream pie, French croissants with ham and Brie and one of the best shakshuka around at this funky cafe in Sonoma's west county.
Spoonbar’s weekly Moroccan night is a culinary journey to the spice-laden land of clay tagines, preserved lemons and perfumed couscous.
The bakery, popular for its sticky cinnamon rolls, crispy pizza and “burgers” made without animal products, is closing after 18 months in business.
Flavor-bursting tri-tip, hearty ribs and pulled pork, plus jalapeno cornbread and fresh-baked pies are on the menu.
In Sonoma County, there are the restaurants tourists flock to. And then there are the restaurants where locals enjoy equally amazing food, without the hype.
The San Francisco chef who envisioned groundbreaking restaurants like Cockscomb and Incanto is going all in on seafood, influenced by his childhood in Rhode Island.
Slated to open in the coming weeks, the new restaurant from the owners of Valley Bar + Bottle will serve fried fish sandwiches, chowder and plenty of local seafood.
Chef Shane McAnelly, the culinary force behind Brass Rabbit and Chalkboard, is stepping into a new role at chef Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen.
Carne asada fries, messy burgers, chicken gyro and more delicious eats coming up at The Soco Market's first food festival.
A Sebastopol cheesemaker serves up excellent sandwiches, beautifully arranged cheese boards and more.