The owners of this local restaurant seem to have thought of everything when adjusting to our new reality.
Will this finally be the death knell for some of our favorite local restaurants?
Pairing wide-open outdoor spaces with destination-worthy meals, it’s a win-win for both struggling industries.
Hidden worlds are coming to life in Sonoma County as restaurateurs reimagine the possibilities of outdoor dining.
It’s a bitter pill for restaurateurs who have spent weeks anticipating some semblance of normalcy.
Three great spots, from affordable to luxe, that we think will bring a smile to your face, even if it’s hidden behind a mask.
Mark and Terri Stark’s newish “Jew-ish” delicatessen has finally opened with the full menu we’ve all be kvetching for.
Wednesday through Sunday, you can get a special treat in Santa Rosa.
Perfectly executed fish and chips, fish tacos, Dungeness crab hushpuppies and more are on the menu. And a mean cheeseburger, too.
More than 100 restaurants have re-opened their patios for al fresco dining. Here are a few favorites.