Sonoma Restaurants: Where to Eat Right Now

Comfort food speaks every language. Familiar, warm, and inviting, it’s what we crave in the darkness of winter. Whether your indulgence of choice is a Japanese pancake filled with mushrooms, fried chicken and biscuits, a bowl of roasted squash, or a cup of matcha, we’ve got you covered with four Sonoma County spots where you can relax and meditate about the coming year. Click through the above gallery for details and best bets.

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