Restaurants in Sonoma County Affected by the Fires

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Trying to find info about Sonoma County restaurants and other businesses affected by #SantaRosa fire, #napafire, #tubbsfire

— JOHN ASH & CO/Vintner’s Inn still okay according to chef Thomas Schmidt. closed today, possibly tomorrow. Was evacuated early this AM.

–Willi’s Wine Bar has been destroyed, Cricklewood destroyed, Sweet T’s destroyed

— Hilton Hotel and Equus destroyed by fire


— Glen Ellen
So far okay according to sources including Glen Ellen Star, Sondra Bernstein

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