Some free (or almost-free) things to do if you're young and want to make the most of Sonoma County summer.
A visual artist and a lifelong plantswoman live among sculptures and succulents, bees and birdhouses, wildflowers and herb gardens.
Some are fancy, some are decidedly not, but they all share a focus on local ingredients, friendly service and sense-of-place dining.
The owners of Kin and Kin Smoke will turn the long-fallow space into a cocktail-focused eatery with pizza, sliders and shared plates.
The inconspicuous roadhouse just west of downtown Sonoma flies so far under the radar that most locals don’t even know about it.
We couldn’t get enough of the simple Margherita with San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, Parmesan, olive oil and basil.
Here's how to spend a perfect day on the Sonoma coast.
Sonoma Valley, one of the world’s prized winemaking regions and home to some 41,000 people, has long been singled out as the local area most at risk of groundwater depletion.
Looking for a bargain meal? Here are 20 tried-and-true favorites.
Sashinka features approachable but elevated dishes, including Chicken Pelmeni (a filled pasta) with black pepper fondue and rye crumbles.