If you're stopping by this west Sonoma County town to take in some nature or to dine out, you want to make time to hit up the boutiques.
Frank and Barbara Gonnella, who run the storied Occidental Union Hotel, show off their rustic, woodsy home filled with antiques, fieldstone walls and fireplaces.
Tucked amid the redwood-covered hills between Sebastopol and the Sonoma coast, Occidental makes for a lovely summer respite.
Want to skip the lines at Russian River Brewing Company? A few lucky Sonoma County spots will serve Pliny the Younger, too.
Feed your hunger for fresh locally grown foods with this guide to Sonoma County farmers markets.
Sonoma County has something for green thumbs seeking some fun this summer.
Heading into its 75th year, this Italian restaurant continues to serve up delicious food.
William “Bill” Taylor’s renderings of the West County urban landscape have remained unseen and unrecognized for five decades. They are now being revealed and celebrated in a series of local exhibits.
Occidental offers an eclectic mix of restaurants, shops - and locals.