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.
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.