The Healdsburg chef's ambitious new project includes a trilevel restaurant with two bars, a mezzanine dining loft, and an outdoor patio.
A new wave of young chefs of color are at the forefront of a paradigm shift that aims to create a more enlightened and forward-thinking kitchen environment.
Make no mistake: We love our grapes. But area winery folks also apply their green thumbs to growing a whole lot more.
Flowers and veggies abound in the Petaluma garden of the founders of Amy’s Kitchen.
On the shoulder of Sonoma Mountain, Avery Hellman melds life to the rhythms of the ranchlands.
Mick Kopetsky's Healdsburg nursery grows veggie starts at an off-site facility in Dry Creek Valley, cultivating some 300 varieties of vegetables throughout the season — and 88 types of tomatoes.
Local butter is truly one of our sweetest, freshest treasures in spring.
Artist Ned Kahn has created a kinetic installation called the “Air Garden.”
Artists have been particularly hard hit by the coronavirus crisis. But they've still found ways to bring light to their community in a time of need.
The movement to reintroduce small-scale controlled burns has taken a promising hold in Sonoma County.
Many wineries release new vintages in spring, so it’s a great time to visit one of these local spots.