A look at how three Sonoma County restaurants are faring with their takeout menus.
The shop will begin its final sale on Friday, offering up the remainder of its take-and-bake pies, cookies and pantry items.
Local restaurateurs are getting creative by offering fresh produce and pantry staples to customers.
Bistro 29 is the first high-profile restaurant in Sonoma County to announce it will permanently close after shelter-in-place orders forced restaurant dining rooms to shutter statewide.
As we spend weeks on end at home, with many of our favorite restaurants closed or offering limited menus, the cravings kick in.
Local winemakers have been doing what they can to support their restaurant colleagues, while suffering hardships themselves.
Indulging your sweet tooth is okay. Now you can do it via curbside pickup and delivery.
No matter what you've heard, Easter isn't canceled.
Recently opened, the sprawling restaurant features a mashup of Vietnamese and Cajun cuisine, or Viet-Cajun.
We all still need to eat. Could delivery and pickup options be the answer?