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These Sonoma County Restaurants Are Offering Curbside Pickup and Delivery

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Bodega

The Casino Bar & Grill: Offering a special takeout menu every day, posted on Facebook. Fresh homemade bakery goods are also available Monday-Thursday, as well as cookie dough to go. 17000 Bodega Hwy, 707-876-3185, Facebook.

Bodega Bay

Huria’s: Pizza Napoletana and Mediterranean cuisine available for takeout. Orders can be placed by calling 707-377-4721. Pay via phone and pickup when ready. 1400 N. Highway 1, Bodega Bay, 707-377-4721, hurias.com.

Blue Water Bistro at The Links at Bodega Harbor: Takeout/Curbside Pickup/Limited Delivery. Delivery menu is here. Beer and wine to go as well. 21301 Heron Dr., Bodega Bay, 707-875-3513.

Cloverdale

El Milagro: Offering to-go specials. 485 S. Cloverdale Blvd, 707-894-6334, check Facebook for details.

Moe’s Eagles Nest Deli:  Limited menu here. Phone orders only. Pick up, curbside, and delivery* (*$3 charge), 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd707-894-9290, moeseaglesnestdeli.com.

Piacere Italiano Steak and Seafood: Open for take-out service. Delivery available within city limits. 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd., 707-894-0885, piacereristorante.com.

Plank Coffee Kitchen: Online ordering for next-day pick-up. 227 N Cloverdale Blvd, 707-894-6187, plankcoffee.com.

Trading Post Restaurant: Online ordering and carry out daily. Wine to-go available. 102 S Cloverdale Blvd, 707-894-6483.

Cotati

Acme Burger: Online ordering, takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery. 550 East Cotati Avenue, Cotati, 707–665-5620, acmeburgerco.com.

China Chef: Phone orders only, 707-664-1088. 7991 Old Redwood Hwy, Ste. 2B

Down to Earth Cafe: Takeout, curbside pickup and delivery. Daily menu available on Facebook, call early to reserve. 8204 Old Redwood Hwy, 707-753-4925, dtecafe.com. (Windsor restaurant closed)

Marvin’s of Cotati: Curbside pickup. Breakfast and lunch available. 7991 Old Redwood Hwy., online menu.

Park Avenue Catering: Send food hearty “bowls” to essential workers, 25 order minimum, 48-hour notice required. 591 Mercantile Dr, 707-793-9645, parkavecater.com.

Saigon Café: Fresh and flavorful Vietnamese food available to go. Call to order.  Menu here.  548 E Cotati Ave, Cotati, 707-664-5925 (left of Oliver’s Market). Monday – Sunday 11am-8pm.

Spring Thai: Online ordering by FoodJets. 538 E Cotati Ave, 707-665-5180, springthai.net

Superburger: Online ordering for delivery or pickup by DoorDash. 8252 Old Redwood Hwy, 707-665-9790, superburger.com.

Twins Restaurant: Takeout or curbside breakfast and comfort food lunches. Pop-up takeout dinners in the works. Open 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. 572 E. Cotati Ave, 707-242-3075, Facebook.

Wing Man Food Truck: Open Thursday- Sunday noon – 8 p.m. for take out and delivery. Order ahead online. 101 E Cotati Ave, 707-794-9464, wingmanfoodtruck.com.

Forestville

Backyard: Limited menu, fried chicken boxes for Saturday pickup only. Phone orders only on Monday. 6566 Front St, 707-820-8445, backyardforestville.com.

Farmstand at Farmhouse Inn: Special weekly takeout menu for pre-order. Limited delivery. 7871 River Rd, Forestville, 707-520-0269, farmhouseinn.com/restaurant/farmstand

Forestville Pizza: Delivery and curbside pickup. Call 707-887-9574 to order or order online. 6490 Mirabel Rd.

Twist Eatery: Takeout available. Phone orders only, 707-820-8443, 6536 Front St., twisteatery.com.

Geyserville

Catelli’s Restaurant: Online ordering for curbside pickup Wed. through Sunday — offering family-style meals and individual servings of certain menu items, as well as wine, beer and cocktails to go. 21047 Geyserville Ave, 707-857-3471, mycatellis.com.

Diavola: Online ordering for Supper Club family-style meals, charcuterie, tasty cocktails and wine available for curbside pickup noon to 8 p.m.  1021 Geyserville Ave, 707-814-0111, diavolapizzeria.com.

Rustic Restaurant at Francis Ford Coppola Winery: Daily takeout menu from noon to 4 p.m., phone order only: 707-857-1445. 300 Via Archimedes, francisfordcoppolawinery.com.

Glen Ellen

Les Pascals Patisserie et Boulangerie: Open for dine-in and takeout. Closed Wednesday. 3798 Arnold Dr., lespascalspatisserie.com.

Glen Ellen Star: Online ordering for pickup Wed-Sun. 13648 Arnold Dr, 707-343-1384, glenellenstar.com.

Graton

Underwood Bar and Bistro: To-go menu served 4-8 p.m. daily. Check Facebook for updates to menu. 9113 Graton Rd, 707-823-7023, Facebook.

Willow Wood Cafe: Takeout. 9020 Graton Rd, 707-823-0233, willowwoodgraton.com.

Guerneville

Boon Eat + Drink: Curbside pickup, phone orders only. Takeout menu here. 16248 Main St, 707-869-0780, eatatboon.com/boon-dinner-menu.

Brot: Curbside pickup, phone orders only. 16218 Main St, 707-604-6102, brotguerneville.com.

Smart Pizza: Delivery, curbside and walk-in pickup, $20 minimum for delivery, $5 delivery fee. 16205 First St, 707-869-0651, smartpizzamenu.com.

Healdsburg

Agave Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar: Offering takeout and delivery during regular business hours. Cocktails to-go. 1062 Vine St., 707-433-2411, agave-mex.com

Baci Cafe and Wine Bar: Open for to-go orders. Menu and online ordering here. 336 Healdsburg Ave, 707-433-8111, bacicafeandwinebar.com.

Barndiva: Full to-go menu available with both free no-contact delivery and curbside pick-up noon-8:30pm. Meals and menus will change daily. Menu and online ordering here. 231 Center St, 707-431-0100, barndiva.com.

Brass Rabbit: Curbside pickup and takeout, no minimum. Takeout menus here,  including wine, cocktails and a special Thurdsay meal kit. Phone orders only. 109 Plaza St, 707-473-8580,  thebrassrabbithealdsburg.com.

Bravas Bar de Tapas: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 420 Center St, Healdsburg, 707-433-7700, starkrestaurants.com/stark-restaurant/bravas-bar-de-tapas.

Campo Fina: Order online — curbside pickup. Check out the fun “extras”. 330 Healdsburg Ave., 707-395-4640, campofina.com.

Dry Creek Kitchen: Open for takeout and outdoor dining Thursday through Monday. Reservations recommended for dine-in. Menu online here.317 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg, 707-431-0330.

El Farolito: Offering takeout, online ordering here. Deliveries are a $50 minimum order. 128 Plaza St., 707-433-2807, elfarolito2000.com.

Guiso Latin Fusion: Special takeout menu here. 117 North St., 707-431-1302, guisolatinfusion.com

Healdsburger: Full-menu carryout orders and delivery,  phone orders only. 48 Healdsburg Ave., 707-473-9604, healdsburger.com

Journeyman Meat Co: Menu online for curbside takeout. Phone orders only. Offering seven-day supply meat boxes as a “Safe Way to Meat Up” for $250. 404 Center St., 707-395-MEAT. 404 Center St., journeymanmeat.com

Kin Smoke: Full menu available for curbside pickup. Phone orders only, 707-473-8440. 304 Center St, kinsmoke.com

K R Catering Inc: Hot meals for $20 per person available for pickup on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Family style meals (5 persons or more) available seven days a week for pickup and delivery. See menus and order online. 250 Kennedy Lane
Healdsburg, 707-723-7150.

Mateo’s Cocina Latina: Offering takeout daily. No minimum order. Order online. Also offering free delivery within Healdsburg city limits with a $40 min. order. 214 Healdsburg Ave, 707-433-1520, mateos.hrpos.heartland.us.

Moustache Baked Goods: Take out orders (via Noble Folk) for next day pick up (including curbside), Friday – Monday, 1-5 p.m. Next day local delivery available, too. Open for same day pick up in Healdsburg and Santa Rosa. Call ahead to pre-pay for contactless pick up: 707-395-4426. 381 Healdsburg Ave, thenoblefolk.com/s/order

The Noble Folk: Take out orders for next day pick up (including curbside), Friday – Monday, 1-5 p.m. Next day local delivery available, too. Open for same day pick up in Healdsburg and Santa Rosa. Call ahead to pre-pay for contactless pick up: 707-395-4426. 116 Matheson St., 707-395-4426, thenoblefolk.com/s/order

SingleThread: Creative family-style meals from the three Michelin-starred restaurant. Order ahead on Tok. 131 North St, Healdsburg, 707-723-4646, exploretock.com/singlethreadfarms

Singletree Cafe: Curbside pickup and delivery available 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at no charge. Call 707-433-8263 to place your order. 165 Healdsburg Ave, 707-433-8263, singletreerestaurant.com/our-menu

The Taste of Tea: Offering takeout and curbside service Thursday – Monday, noon – 6 p.m. Accepting orders via phone. View menu here. 109 North Street, Healdsburg, 707-431-1995, thetasteoftea.com.

Valette: Nightly menus, plus family meals on Sunday. Curbside and pick-up service is available from 5 – 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Menu here. 344 Center St, 707-473-0946, valettehealdsburg.com

Willi’s Seafood & Raw Bar: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 403 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, 707-433-9191, starkrestaurants.com/stark-restaurant/willis-seafood-raw-bar.

The Wurst: Offering carryout orders. 22 Matheson St., 707-395-0214, thewurst.com

Kenwood

Cafe Citti: Takeout available 5-8 p.m., rotisserie chickens available for pre-order as well as pasta, soups and salads. To-go menu here. 9049 Sonoma Hwy, 707-833-2690, cafecitti.com.

Palooza: Takeout menus for food and cocktails and curbside pickup. Order over the phone (you can pay by card in advance) and your food will be delivered to your car. 8910 Sonoma Hwy, 707-833-4000, paloozafresh.com/kenwood-menus.

TIPS Roadside: Family-style meals, cocktails, beer and wine for takeout and delivery, with menus here. For questions, email info@tipsroadside.com. 8445 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood, tipsroadside.com.

Monte Rio

Rio Cafe and Grill: Pickup and takeout. Call in order: 707-520-5017. Daily specials here. 20391 CA-116, Monte Rio, riocafetake2.com.

Occidental

Negri’s Italian Dinners and Joe’s Bar: Open for takeout and curbside pickup (food and cocktails) 4-8 p.m. (may vary, check Facebook for updates). Call 707-874-0301 to place your order. Fresh ravioli for sale as well. 700 Bohemian Hwy, 707-823-5301, Facebook.

Hazel Restaurant: Takeout and curbside pickup 5-8 p.m. Call 707-874-6003 to order. Menu here. Bohemian Hwy, 707-874-6003, restauranthazel.com

Penngrove

Grateful Greek Restaurant: Open for curbside/takeout or delivery (depending on order size). Wednesday – Sunday 11:00a.m. – 3:00p.m. Call 707-664-5442 for curbside service.
10007 Main Street, Facebook.

Twin Oaks Roadhouse: Takeout and delivery menus here. All tips go to staff. 5745 Old Redwood Hwy, Facebook

Petaluma

Applebee’s Restaurant: Takeout & delivery with DoorDash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Postmates. 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily. 5301 Old Redwood Highway, 707-792-0500, applebees.com

Brewsters Beer Garden + Restaurant: Patio Open. Abbreviated pickup or delivery menu. Cocktails, beer and wine. 229 Water St North, 707-981-8330, brewstersbeergarden.com.

Bright Bear Bakery: Curbside and delivery orders through GrubHub. Also accepts orders for pick-up via text or call (707-787-7411), or via “contact us” button on website. 2620 Lakeville Hwy Ste 350, 707-787-7411, brightbearbakery.com.

Butcher Crown Roadhouse: Curbside pickup available Wed-Sun, 4:30 p.m. – 7 p.m., Thurs-Sun 12 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Order and pay online. Takeout available during regular hours. Delivery via Petaluma Food Taxi at $5 flat fee, no hidden charges. 1905 Bodega Ave,  707-559-3735.

Cattlemens Steakhouse: Custom-cut raw steaks for home grilling and Take-Out meals available 4pm – 8pm. 5012 Petaluma Blvd. N. , 707-763-4114, cattlemens.com/restaurants/petaluma.

Charley’s Wine Country Deli: Curbside pickup. 601 S. Petaluma Blvd, 707-763-1714, charleyswinecountrydeli.com.

DaVinci’s Coffee Company: Operating an espresso cart at the Kaiser Permanente campus on 3900 Lakeville Hwy. Also roast their own coffee (100% organic), which is sold by the pound online — free delivery to Petaluma, Penngrove, Cotati, Rohnert Park and Santa Rosa. Order from davinciscoffeecompany.com.

Flowering Tea House: Call restaurant for pickup, takeout or delivery; or Doordash or beyondmenu.com for delivery. 1367 N. McDowell Blvd., Unit 110, Petaluma, 707-775-3088, instagram.com/floweringteahousepetaluma.

Fuji Sushi: Curbside pickup and takeout 4 to 8 p.m. Menu here. 253. N. McDowell Blvd., 707-778-8600, fujipetaluma.com.

Lombardi’s: Call 707-773-1271 for curbside pickup and takeout. Staff follows recommended guidelines for your safety. Menu here. 3413 N. Petaluma Blvd, 707-773-1271, lombardisbbq.com.

Lunchette: Takeout and curbside pickup. Order online. 25 Fourth St, 707-241-7443, lunchetteonline.com.

Mary’s Pizza Shack: Curbside pickup and delivery, $15 minimum for delivery. 423 N. McDowell Blvd, 707-765-1959; 359 East Washington St., 707-778-7200,maryspizzashack.com.

McNear’s Saloon: Curbside,  takeout and delivery (via Petaluma Food Taxi). Call 707-765-2121 to place order. Only credit card payments and gift cards. Menu here. Open Wed – Sun, 11:30am – 2pm & 4pm – 7pm. 23 N. Petaluma Blvd, 707-765-2121.

Pearl: Takeout and curbside pickup Wednesday – Monday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Call in your order and let the restaurant know when you would like to pick it up. Daily menu available on website. 500 1st St, 707-559-5187.

Pongo’s Kitchen & Tap: Call and order, pay over the phone, call when you get there for curbside pickup. Open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (earlier if no customers). Closed Sunday and Monday. 701 Sonoma Mtn Pkwy C8, 707-765-9800, pongospetaluma.com

Rafy’s Pizzeria: Curbside pickup and delivery, Wed – Sun, 4-9 p.m. 615 E. Washington St, 707-559-5735, rafyspizza.com.

Ray’s Deli and Tavern: Curbside pickup Tues-Sun, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m Tues. 900 Western Ave, 707-762-9492, Facebook

Stockhome: Regular menu available for online ordering and pickup, as well as delivery through Petaluma Food Taxi. Daily specials and family meals available for takeout/curbside only. To order, call 707-981-8511. 220 Western Ave, 707-981-8511, stockhomerestaurant.com.

Street Social: Limited takeout menu for dinner pickup 4-8 p.m. Bahn Mi Thursdays, Comfort Food Fridays, Golden Fried Chicken Saturdays. Takeout menus here. Order online or call 707-774-6185 to order. 29 N. Petaluma Blvd Suite F.

Wild Goat Bistro:  Open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner. Lunch: 11:30am – 2pm, Dinner: 5pm-8pm. Call orders in at 707-658-1156. Will be partnering with Petaluma Food Taxi for delivery. Menu can be viewed here.

Wine or Lose Board Game Cafe: Curbside pickup of “Pay What You Can Menu” 5-8pm, plus new board games for sale. Pay what you can menu here.  Call 707-773-4743 to order. 131 Kentucky St, 707-773-4743.

Wishbone: Curbside pickup available from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Brunch curbside Sunday 10am-1pm. Daily menu here.  Text 707-306-0997 to order. 841 N. Petaluma Blvd, 707-763-2663.

Rio Nido

The Rio Nido Roadhouse: Open 7 days a week for pick-up and delivery (to Forestville and Guerneville). Lunch and dinner daily 11 a.m.  – 9 p.m. and breakfast on Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. Cocktails to go. 14540 Canyon 2 Rd, 707-869-0821, rionidoroadhouse.com.

Rohnert Park

Amy’s Drive Thru: Drive thru open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Offering curbside service of full menu of plant-based, vegetarian, non-GMO burgers, burritos and casual fare. Place order by calling 707-755-3629. Meals will be prepared within ten minutes and available for pick up in a specially designated curbside parking spot. Menu here. Delivery available via Doordash and Grub Hub. First responders eat for free. 58 Golf Course Dr W, 707-755-3629, amysdrivethru.com.

Applebee’s Restaurant: Takeout & delivery with DoorDash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Postmates 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily. 501 Rohnert Park Expressway, 707-206-0660, applebees.com

Big Daddy’s Diner: Open for takeout. 913 Golf Course Dr, 707-585-2944.

Bear Republic Brewing Co: Limited menu for takeout out and curbside pickup available noon – 8:00 p.m. Wednesday – Sunday. Menu here. Call: 707-585-2722 and press 0 to place an order 5000 Roberts Lake Rd, 707-585-2722, bearrepublic.com.

El Fogon Taqueria: Pickup orders and delivery via DoorDash. 6650 Commerce Blvd # 5, 707-585-1623, elfogontaqueria.com.

Fleur Sauvage Chocolates: Offering free delivery to anywhere in Sonoma County. Payments by Venmo and Credit Card. Call 707-235-8679 or email fleursauvagechocolates@gmail.com to place an order (email or social media contact preferred). fleursauvagechocolates.com

Honey Badger Coffee House: Open for pickup. Hours may vary, check Facebook. 101 Golf Course Dr A-3, 707-585-6185.

La Hoya: Takeout and curbside pickup. 5979 Commerce Blvd, 707-206-9640.

Mary’s Pizza Shack: curbside pickup and delivery, $15 minimum delivery. 101 Golf Course Dr, 707-585-3500, maryspizzashack.com/locations/rohnert-park.

Mountain Mike’s Pizza: Dine-in, carryout and delivery. 6314 Commerce Blvd, 707, 303-7474, mountainmikespizza.com/locations/rohnert-park-commerce.

Quick Sushi: Sushi, sashimi and bowls available to go. Order and pay online. 449 Rohnert Park Express Way (next to Starbucks in the Target parking lot), 707-806-2666. Open Tuesday- Saturday 11-8 and Sunday 11-7.

Sally Tomatoes: Open for takeout and delivery, Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Order by 2:30 p.m. for delivery between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Weekly menu on Facebook. 1100 Valley House Dr, 707-665-9472.

Sam’s Mediterranean Cafe and Deli: Curbside pickup Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Place order on samsmeddeli.com. Delivery available via FoodJets, DoorDash and UberEats. 2000, 613 Martin Ave #111, 707-584-0220.

Sift Dessert Bar: Online ordering, next-day delivery and pickup. Quarantine whoopie cookie pack, cupcakes and more. 404 Mendocino Ave.,  Ste. A, 707-703-4228, siftdessertbar.com.

Shangri-La Café & Grill: Takeout available 11:30am -3:00pm – reopen at 5:00pm – 9:00pm (closed Sunday). 1706 E Cotati Ave, 707-793-0300, shangrila-cafe.com. 

Smokin’ Bowls: Open for takeout and delivery via Doordash and Foodjets. Menu available here. 295 Southwest Blvd. Rohnert Park, 707-665-5265, smokinbowls.com.

Sonoma Sourdough Sandwiches: Takeout and curbside. Delivery now available 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 5440 State Farm Dr, 707-585-9711, sonomasourdoughsandwiches.com

Taqueria Sol Azteca: Curbside pickup and to-go orders. Delivery offered through FoodJets. 1435 E Cotati Ave # C, 707-792-1859, taqueriasolazteca.com.

Vinoma Tapas Argentinas: Curbside pickup. 5085 Redwood Dr, 707-536-9215, vinoma.net.

Santa Rosa

Acre Coffee: Online ordering for pickup Monday-Sunday 8am to noon. 2365 Midway Drive, acrecoffee.com.

Americana: Weekly family meals available for curbside pickup and takeout on Friday. 205 Fifth St, 707-867-2220.

Applebee’s Restaurant: Takeout and delivery with DoorDash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Postmates 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily. 2250 Santa Rosa Avenue, (707) 576-0552, applebees.com

Ausiello’s 5th Street Bar and Grill: Takeout and delivery of food and cocktails (like their famous Bloody Mary). Phone orders only. 609 5th St, 707-579-9408, ausiellos5thstreetgrill.com.

Betty’s Fish N’ Chips: Open for take out Tues. – Sat. 12:00p.m. – 2:00p.m. and 4:00p.m. – 6:30p.m. 4046 Sonoma Hwy #4128, 707-539-0899, bettysfishandchips.com

Bianchini’s Sandwich & Salad Market: Take out, curbside service, and delivery. 2240 Mendocino Ave, Ste C1, 707-542-3354, bianchinisdeli.com/santa-rosa.

Bird & The Bottle: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 1055 4th St, Santa Rosa, 707-568-4000, birdandthebottle.com. 

Boudin Bakery: Open for curbside pickup 11am – 6pm daily though phone and online orders, and delivery through DoorDash, UberEats, Postmates, and Grubhub. 2345 Midway Drive, Santa Rosa, 707-303-4100, boudinbakery.com/location/boudin-sf-montomery-village.

Brew Coffee & Beer: Open for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery Tuesday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. See menu and order online here. 555 Healdsburg Ave, 707-303-7372, brewcoffeeandbeer.com.

Cascabel: 4pm-8pm takeout or delivery through DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub. 909 Village Court, Santa Rosa, 707-521-9444, cascabelbayarea.com/santa-rosa.

Cattlemens Steakhouse: Custom cut raw steaks for home grilling and takeout meals and to-go cocktails available 4pm – 8pm. 2400 Midway Drive, 707-546-1446, cattlemens.com/restaurants/santa-rosa.

Crepevine: 10am-3pm takeout, curbside pickup and delivery through Grubhub and Uber Eats. 740 Farmers Lane, Santa Rosa, 707-577-8822, crepevine.com/locations/santa-rosa.

Cozy Plum Bistro: Curbside pickup and delivery. See menu and order pickup here. Order delivery here. 1899 Mendocino Ave., 707-526-3333, cozyplum.com.

City Garden Doughnuts: Order via online store for curbside pickup — opens at 7:30 a.m.; pickup starts at 8:30 a.m. Order early — doughnuts run out fast. 1200 Fourth St, 707-595-1932, citygardendoughnuts.com.

COOKIE…take a bite!: Offering free delivery and $5 shipping on gourmet cookie orders. Pre-order online or call to schedule pickup. 430 Larkfield Center, 707-291-1785, cookietakeabite.com.

Criminal Bakery and Noshery: Coffee and pastry to go Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Pickup and free delivery (on orders of $60 or more to addresses in Santa Rosa and Sebastopol); delivery fees apply for orders less than $60, as well as to other areas of Sonoma County. All orders must be placed 4 days in advance. See menu and place order here. 808 Donahue St, 707-888-3546, criminalbaking.com.

Cumin: Takeout and delivery 11 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. See menu and order here.  170 Farmers Ln Suite 8, 707-771-8336, cuminsantarosa.com.

Dierk’s Parkside Cafe: Takeout available. Call 707-573-5955 to order. 404 Santa Rosa Ave, 707-573-5955, dierksparkside.com.

Emily’s Kitchen: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. takeout. 709 Village Court, Santa Rosa, 707-523-2234, emilyskitchensantarosa.com.

European Food Store & Deli: Takeout deli and European groceries
. Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm (closed Monday). 

2790 Santa Rosa Ave, europeanfoodsonoma.com/index.html.

Flower + Bone: Open every Friday night for curbside pickup/takeout. Chef Dalia is making food to eat now and food to warm up for later. New menu every week; $24 per person. 640 5th street, 707-708-8529, call to place your order.

Fogbelt Brewing: This restaurant and taproom is offering curbside pickup of food and beer. Order by calling ahead and they will bring your order to your car. More information here. 1305 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, 707-978-3400, fogbeltbrewing.com.

Fountain Grove Deli: Pickup/takeout and delivery available via DoorDash and GrubHub, in addition to daily deliveries to the Round Barn area, Kaiser Medical Center, Sutter Hospital — more locations can be added as needed. 3554 Round Barn Blvd # 202, 707-573-4797, fountaingrovedeli.com.

Gerard’s Paella: Daily paella dishes. Online ordering, curbside pickup or delivery. 701 Fourth St., gerardspaella.com.

Grossman’s Noshery & Bar: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 308 ½ Wilson Street at Hotel La Rose in Historic Railroad Square, Santa Rosa, 707-595-7707, grossmanssr.com.

Homerun Pizza & Sports: 
Pick up, delivery and curbside
. Hours: 11:30am – 8:00pm, 7 days a week. 484 Larkfield Center, 707-527-6600, homerunpizzalarkfield.com.

Juice on the Square: Curbside pickup 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Phone orders only. 1305 Cleveland Ave, Suite B, 707-800-7953, juiceryco.com.

Juncture Taproom and Lounge: Takeout and curbside service 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Call to order; orders accepted from 2 p.m. Only card payments. Regular food menu and daily specials, growlers. 4357 Montgomery Dr, 707-293-9702, Facebook.

La Gare French Restaurant: Curbside pickup nightly 5-8 p.m. Take a bottle of house wine home for $20. Every order receives complimentary chocolate mousse. See menu here. Phone orders only,  accepted starting at 2 pm for 5-8 pm curbside pickup. 208 Wilson St, 707- 528-4355, lagarerestaurant.com.

Los Tres Chiles: 
Curbside and delivery (through 3rd parties). 2765 Yulupa Ave, 707-304-5724
,
 lostreschiles.com.

Mac’s Deli & Cafe: Open for takeout 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Many of the usual menu items available. Menu online. Phone orders only. 4th Street, 707-545-378-5630, macsdeliandcafe.com.

Mary’s Pizza Shack: Curbside pickup and delivery, $15 minimum for delivery. 535 Summerfield Rd., 707-538-1888; 615 Fourth St., 707-571-1959; 3084 Marlow Rd., 707-573-1100, maryspizzashack.com

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt: Takeout and delivery available. 2188 Santa Rosa Ave, 707-545-9866, menchies.com.

Mi Ha Vietnamese Restaurant: Open for takeout, Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.385 Aviation Blvd #B, 707-527-8882, Facebook.

Miracle Plum: Produce, dairy, perishables, and wine available for curbside pickup and delivery, no minimum. Call 707-708-7986 to order. 208 Davis St, miracleplum.com.

Monti’s: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. Montgomery Village Shopping Center 714 Village Ct, Santa Rosa, 707-568-4404, starkrestaurants.com/stark-restaurant/montis.

Naked Pig: Open Friday – Sunday 11am-2pm, serving full menu that can be ordered online or via phone. Curbside pickup/takeout available. 544 Mendocino Ave., 707-978-3231, thenakedpigcafe.com/online-store

Norm’s Kitchen: Open for takeout daily 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. See menu here. 478 Larkfield Rd. Santa Rosa, 707-579-4007, Facebook.

Omelette Express, Open for takeout and delivery. Call 707-525-1690 to order pickup or order delivery via DoorDash. 112 4th St, 707-525-1690, omeletteexpress.com.

Osake Japanese: Online ordering for pickup or call 707-542-8282. 2446 Patio Ct, Santa Rosa, osake-sushi.com.

Ozzie’s Grill: Open everyday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m, for take-out. Order online. Delivery via FoodJets. 799 Montecito Center, 707-538-0775, ozziesgrill.com.

Raku Ramen & Rolls: Open 11:30am-8pm for takeout, curbside pickup or delivery through Doordash and UberEats. 2424 Midway Drive, Santa Rosa, 707-623-9668, rakuramenandrolls.com.

Ricky’s Eastbound: Online ordering for curbside pickup or delivery Tuesday-Friday 5 to 7 pm. Family-style meals. 5755 Mountain Hawk Dr., 707-843-5143. rickyseastbound.com. 

Riviera Restaurant: Take out, lunch and dinner Monday – Friday, dinner on weekends if possible. To-go menu here.  75 Montgomery Drive, 707-579-2682, rivieraristorante.net.

Rosso: Takeout, pickup and delivery noon- 7 p.m., Monday – Saturday. Delivery via FoodJets. 53 Montgomery Dr, 707-544-3221, rossopizzeria.com.

Round Table Pizza: Open 11am-9pm for takeout, curbside or delivery. 2424 Magowan Drive, Santa Rosa, 707-528-1200, ordering.roundtablepizza.com/site/rtmontgomeryvillage.

Russian River Brewing Company, Santa Rosa: Open for takeout of food and beer from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Order Pliny bites and pizza with your favorite IPA (call to order). 725 4th St, Santa Rosa, 707-545-2337, russianriverbrewing.com.

Sandy’s Take & Bake Pizza: Open Mon – Sat from 11 am – 5 pm. Order online. 2015 Elizabeth Way, 707-528-1919, sandystakeandbakepizza.com.

SEA Thai Bistro & Bar: Open 11:30am-8pm for takeout and curbside pickup. 2350 Midway Drive, Santa Rosa, 707-528-8333, seathaibistrobar.com.

Spring Lake Chinese Restaurant
: Open for takeout 11:30am – 9:00pm (closed Sunday)
. 4219 Montgomery Dr, 707-539-1462.

Sonoma Bagel & Deli: Open 6am-3pm for takeout. 515 Hahman Drive, Santa Rosa, 707-526-1631.

The Spinster Sisters: Open Wednesday – Saturday for curbside pickup of family meals. See menus and preorder here. Wine can be added to orders. 401 S A St, 707-528-7100, thespinstersisters.com.

Stark’s Steak & Seafood: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 521 Adams St, Santa Rosa, 707-546-5100, starkrestaurants.com/stark-restaurant/starks-steak-seafood.

Steele and Hops: Open noon-8pm for to-go food, family meals and cocktails. Delivery via DoorDash and GrubHub. See menu here. 1901 Mendocino Ave, 707-523-2201, steeleandhops.com.

Superburger: Takeout and delivery via Doordash. 1501 Fourth St, 707-546-4016, originalsuperburger.com.

Taqueria Las Palmas: Takeout and delivery. 415 Santa Rosa Ave, 707-546-3091.

Togo’s Eatery: 
Open 11:00am – 7:00pm. Takeout and online orders – delivery via Grubhub. 
1537 Farmers Ln, 707-528-8143
. togos.com/locations/santa-rosa/1537-farmers-ln

Tomatina: Open noon-8 p.m. for takeout, curbside pick-up and delivery through Doordash. 2323 Sonoma Avenue, Santa Rosa, 707-583-0035, tomatina.com/locations/northbay/santa-rosa.

Trattoria Cattaneo: Open for delivery or take-out, 3-8pm, 7 days a week. Call 707-542-9050 to place your order. 2700 Yulupa Ave, 707-542-9050, Facebook.

Tudor Rose Tea Room: Open for pickup of full high tea menu plus mimosas Monday through Sunday, 11am-2pm. 733 4th Street, 707-535-2045, tudorrosetearoom.com.

Ulia’s Delicatessen: Take-home dinners available for pickup 11-3 p.m. Call 707-525-8542 to order. Menus on Facebook. 130 Stony Point Rd, Facebook

Union Hotel Restaurant: Online ordering, curbside pickup, delivery. Pizza, pasta, wine, beer, cocktails. Open daily at noon. 280 Mission Blvd., 707-538-6000, unionhotel.com.

Urban Pizza Company: Takeout, curbside pickup and delivery Mon, Weds, Thurs, and Sun: 11:30a.m. – 9:00p.m. and Fri – Sat: 11:30a.m. – 10:00p.m. Closed Tuesday. 500 Mission Blvd. Unit B, 707-978-4668 urbanpizzasantarosa.com

Victory House at Epicenter: Open for takeout and delivery on applicable apps. A la carte menu items available 1 p.m. – 7 p.m. daily, as well as discounted and family-style options. 3215 Coffey Ln, 707-757-9041.

Vitality Bowls: Open for takeout, delivery and curbside pickup. Order online. 1880 Mendocino Ave. Suite G, 707- 540-0655.

Walter Hansel Bistro: Patio open. Takeout menu available. Call 707-546-6462 to place order. Wed-Sun 4:30pm – 7:15 p.m. 3535 Guerneville Rd, 707-546-6462. walterhanselbistro.com

Willi’s Wine Bar: Order online for takeout. Continuing to increase operating hours, check website for most up-to-date hours of operation. 1415 Town and Country Dr, Santa Rosa, 707-526-3096, starkrestaurants.com/stark-restaurant/willis-wine-bar.

Wine Country Cafe & Deli: Drive-through open 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. Serving espresso and sandwiches. 5855 Sonoma Hwy, 707-230-2462.

Zoftig Eatery: Open for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery via Grubhub and Foodjets. Temporary hours: Monday-Friday 10:30am-6pm.  Call 707-521-9554 to place your order or order online. 57 Montgomery Dr, 707-521-9554, zoftigeatery.com.

Sebastopol

Barrio Fresca Cocina Mexicana: Takeout and curbside pickup. 6760 McKinley St #140, 707-329-6538, trustmetaco.com/menu.

Criminal Bakery and Noshery: Coffee and pastry to go 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pickup and free delivery (on orders of $60 or more to addresses in Santa Rosa and Sebastopol); delivery fees apply for orders less than $60, as well as to other areas of Sonoma County. All orders must be placed 4 days in advance. See menu and place order here. 992 Gravenstein Hwy South (next to Fircrest Market), criminalbaking.com.

East West Cafe: Open for takeout. 128 N Main St, 707-829-2822, eastwestcafesebastopol.com.

El Coronel Mexican Restaurant: Open for takeout, pickup and free delivery ($25 minimum) 11:00am – 9:00pm. Menu here. Call 707-829-7010 or text 707-483-5087 to order. 1015 Gravenstein Hwy S, 707-829-7010, elcoronelrestaurant.com.

Eye Candy Chocolatier: Order online and contactless pickup outside the shop door or delivery via DoorDash. 6761 Sebastopol Ave, 707-888-0568, eyecandychocolatier.com.

Farmer’s Wife: Open for takeout and curbside pickup noon-6 p.m. Delivery through Doordash. Call 707-827-3306 to confirm and place your order.  Restaurant industry people eat gratis. 6760 McKinley St Unit 120 (The Barlow), 707-827-3306, thefarmerswifesonoma.com.

Fern Bar: Pickup of family meals Friday-Sunday, 4-8 p.m. Cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic drinks available, too. See menu and order here. 6780 Depot St #120, Sebastopol, fernbar.square.site.

Food Mechanic: Offering curbside pickup Monday — Saturday, 11am-3pm. See menu and order online here. 980 S. Gravenstein Hwy, 707-827-6044, foodmechanic.com.

Fork Roadhouse & Catering: Open for pickup of family meals (order Thursdays for pickup Fridays 4-5 p.m.) and a la carte orders (Fridays/Saturdays 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.). See menus here. Call 707-634-7575 to order. 9890 Bodega Highway, Sebastopol, forkcatering.com.

Ginger Thai: Open for takeout Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00am – 3:00pm (Lunch) 5:00pm – 9:00pm (Dinner) Sat & Sun 5:00 – 9:00pm. 234 S Main St, 707-824-2259, ginger-thai.com.

Handline: Open for pickup Thursday – Sunday. See menu and order here. 935 Gravenstein Hwy South, Sebastopol, handlinerestaurant.square.site.

Hippizzazz Pizza: Pickup 4 to 10 p.m. Mon-Thu, 12-10 p.m., Fri-Sun. Full menu available, 707-634-6530, hippizzazz.com.

La Bodega Kitchen: Take and bake hearty fare available for curbside pickup in parking lot, by appointment. Call 707-827-18322 to order. Today’s menu. 295 Gravenstein Hwy South, 707-827-1832.

Martha’s Old Mexican Restaurant: Open for take-out. Closed Tuesdays. See menu and place order here. 305 N. Main St., 707-823-4458.

Mary’s Pizza Shack: 790 N. Gravenstein Hwy, 707-829-5800, curbside pickup and delivery, $15 minimum for delivery, maryspizzashack.com/locations/sebastopol.

Mombo’s Pizza: Open for curbside pickup, takeout and delivery. 560 Gravenstein Hwy N, Sebastopol, 707-823-7492, slicelife.com/restaurants/ca/sebastopol/95472/mombos-pizza/menu

Muir’s Tea Room: Porch pick-up. Pre-order here. 330 S Main St, 707-634-6143, muirstearoom.com.

The Nectary: Pick-up/takeout available daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 6760 McKinley Ave #130, 707-829-2697, thenectary.net.

Papas and Pollo: Curbside pickup. Hours: 12:00pm – 8:00pm daily. 915 Gravenstein Ave, 707-829-9037. papasandpollo.com.

Pascaline Patisserie and Cafe: Fantastic little French patisserie keeping the sweets and cakes flowing. Orders need 24-hour lead, but you can pre-order a chocolate cake royal, with chocolate chiffon, praline crunch and dark chocolate mousse, breakfast cake, butter croissants, cookies and more. 4552 Gravenstein Hwy N. Sebastopol pascaline-preorder.com.

Portico Italian Social Food: Handmade pastas and Italian foods. Open for takeout. See menu here. 110 N Main St, Sebastopol, CA 95472, 707-888-9136, porticosocialfood.com/menu.

Ramen Gaijin: Dine-in reopens on June 12 (reservations here) . Takeout from 3-8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Phone orders: 707-827-3609 or online ordering at ramengaijin.com. 6948 Sebastopol Ave., Sebastopol.

Sequoia Burger: Open for pickup everyday, 11am – 7pm. See full menu here. 1382 Gravenstein Hwy S, Sebastopol, 707-829-7543.

Smokehouse Bistro: Takeout. Hours: 12:00pm – 7:00pm (closed Monday). 6811 Laguna Park Way, 707-829-3277, smokehousebistro.net.

Sushi Koshō: Takeout available 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily (except Tuesday). Call to place your order for pickup. 6750 McKinley Ave, 707-827-6373, koshosushi.com.

Viva Mexicana: Pickup and delivery in Sebastopol, from noon to 6:30 p.m. Order online. 841 S. Gravenstein Hwy, 707-823-5555, vivamexicana.com.

Woodfour Brewing: Kitchen open for takeout, plus direct to home beer delivery service. 6780 Depot St, 707- 823-3144, woodfourbrewing.com.

Sonoma

Baker & Cook: Open for takeout and curbside pickup 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wed through Sunday, 18812 Hwy 12, Sonoma, 938-7329, bakerandcooksonoma.com

Basque Boulangerie Café: Take out and delivery, 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Order online here. 460 1st St E, 707-935-7687, basqueboulangerie.com.

Black Bear Diner: Offering specially priced family meals — including breakfast combos — in addition to a limited menu with Black Bear Diner favorites such as Ribeye Steak and Bob’s Big Bear Burger. Find the menu and place your order online. 201 W. Napa St. #34, blackbeardiner.com. Open 7am-8pm daily.

Cafe La Haye:  Abbreviated takeout menu. See menu here. Email info@cafelahaye.com or call 935-5994. 140 E Napa St, 707-935-5994, cafelahaye.com.

Cochon Volant: Takeout and delivery barbecue in the Springs. See menu and order here. 18350 Sonoma Hwy, 707-509-5480, cochonvolantbbq.com.

Delhi Belly: Take out, regular hours. Order online here. 522 Broadway, 707-343-1003, delhibellybistro.com.

Delicious Dish: Takeout dinners for two, curbside pickup. Order online or call 707-721-4231 to place your order. 8709 Arnold Dr, 707-721-4231, deliciousdishsf.com.

Della Santina’s: Curbside pickup and delivery noon-8:00 pm. Order online. 133 E Napa St, 707-935-0576, dellasantinas.com.

Depot Hotel Restaurant: Open for takeout, “backdoor” pickup and delivery through Doordash. See takeout menu here. Call 707-938-2980 to order. 241 1st St W, Sonoma, depotsonoma.com.

El Huerto of Sonoma: Take out and delivery through 3rd party. Regular hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., 7 days a week. 19213 Sonoma Hwy, 707-934-8791, Facebook.

The Fig Cafe: Open Fridays 4-7 p.m. for pickup. 13690 Arnold Drive, Glen Ellen, 707-938-2130, the-fig-cafe-to-go.square.site.

Gourmet Taco Shop: Take out only. Monday-Saturday 11:00am to 7:30pm Sunday 8:00am to 2:00pm. 19235 Hwy 12, (707) 935-1945, Facebook.

HopMonk Tavern: Open for curbside pickup and delivery (via Doordash and UberEats). See menus here. 32oz Mason Jars are available with fresh Hopmonk house beers, specialty drafts, and cocktails.  Orders can be placed by calling 707-935-9100 Monday-Sunday from noon-7 p.m. Pick up in parking lot – cash or credit. 691 Broadway, Sonoma, hopmonk.com/order-sonoma.

Homegrown Bagels: Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Offering bags of Fresh Baked Bagels and tubs of whipped cream cheese. 201 W Napa St #21, Sonoma.

Jacobs Restaurant: Pizza, soup, salad, sandwiches on website. 1266 Broadway, 707-996-4024.

La Casa Restaurant: Takeout Mexican. 121 E Spain St, 707-996-3406, lacasarestaurants.com

Layla at MacArthur Place: Alfresco and indoor dining from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. New casual all-day menu. Reservations recommended. 29 E. MacArthur St., Sonoma, 707-938-2929.

Las Diablitas Taco Shop: Takeout tacos, family packs, menu here. 18976 Sonoma Hwy, 707-580-5492, Facebook.

Mary’s Pizza Shack: Curbside pickup and delivery, $15 minimum for delivery. 8 West Spain St., 707-938-8300, maryspizzashack.com.

Murphy’s Irish Pub: Limited takeout menu, family-style meals. Beer, wine and cocktails available to go. 464 1st St E, 707-935-0660. Curbside and delivery, sonomapub.com.

OSO Sonoma: Takeout, limited menu and special of the day. E. Napa St., Sonoma, 707-931-6926, ososonoma.com.

Picazo Cafe & Deli: Delivery, curbside and food truck. 9100 Arnold Dr, 707-931-4377, picazocafe.com.

Salumeria Ovello: Roasted chicken, charcuterie boards, porchetta and more. Takeout and curbside pickup. 248 West Napa St., Sonoma,  707-721-1478, ovello.square.site

Taub Family Outpost: Offering takeout from a window on W. Napa St. from 8am-8pm, Monday-Saturday. Order in person, over the phone or, to avoid all payment transactions at the window, online at taubfamilyoutpost.com. Coffee/espresso and pastries; breakfast 8am-11am; all-day menu and daily specials from 11am-8pm; wine selections (buy 5 get the 6th bottle free); and cocktails bottled up and ready to go. 497 1st Street West, Sonoma, 707-721-1107, taubfamilyoutpost.com.

Valley Ford

Dinucci’s Italian Dinners: Offering curbside pickup and delivery (Bloomfield, Dillion Beach, Valley Ford, Bodega, and Bodega Bay) Thursday-Monday 4-7:30 p.m. Weekly specials such as Sonoma Mountain Burger, pizzas, seafood, and more. Weekly craft cocktails, local beer and wine to go. 14485 valley Ford Estero Rd, 707-876-3260, dinuccisrestaurant.com.

Estero Cafe: Pre-order family-style meals on Friday. 14450 CA-1, 707-876-3333, Facebook.

Windsor

Applebee’s Restaurant: Takeout and delivery with DoorDash, Grub Hub, Uber Eats or Postmates. 8931 Brooks Road S., 707- 836-0642, applebees.com

Charlie’s Restaurant: To-go and curbside pick up daily. 1320 19th Hole Dr, (707) 838-8802, windsorgolf.com

Corks & Taps: Offering curbside pickup, as well as delivery via Grubhub, Doordash and Uber Eats, 1001-1007 McClelland Dr., (707) 837-5654, corksandtapssc.com

El Gallo Negro: Takeout, drive-thru or delivery 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.  Menu here. 8465 Old Redwood Hwy, 707-838-9511.

Flavor Burger: New burgers spot. 6560 Hembree Lane, 707-836-4096, Facebook.

KC’s American Kitchen: Patio Open and takeout daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 9501 Duvander Ln. on the Windsor Town Green, kcsamericankitchen.com

Kin: Family-style meals and regular menu. Wine available. Pickup only. 740 McClelland Dr, 707-837-7546, kinwindsor.com

Omelette Express: Call for takeout. Delivery available via DoorDash, weekends only. 150 Windsor River Rd #9204, 707-838-6920, omeletteexpress.com.

Pizza Leah: Hand-crafted pizza. Curbside pick-up and take out, plus growler fills and $20 bottles of wine. 9240 Old Redwood Hwy. Windsor, 707-620- 0551, Instagram.

Sweet T’s Restaurant + Bar: Limited menu, family-style meals, cocktails to go. Curbside pickup. 9098 Brooks Rd S, 707-687-5185, sweettssouthern.com.

Superburger: 9238 Old Redwood Hwy #126, 707-620-0745,  pickup and delivery via DoorDash.

Farmer’s Markets

Open countywide. Considered an essential food source. See list of markets here.

Healdsburg Farmers Market, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. — noon. West Plaza parking lot.

Petaluma, Tues 10am-1:30pm

Santa Rosa, Wed 9am-1pm

Sebastopol, Sun 10am-1:30pm

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206 thoughts on “These Sonoma County Restaurants Are Offering Curbside Pickup and Delivery

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  14. I keep hearing “systemic racism” from the left, and yet no one can point to any examples of it when confronted. Where are the racist laws, rules, protocols, agencies, departments, or officials that are discriminating against and/or oppressing people of color? The left also keeps claiming that America is so racist, and yet a black man was recently elected President of the United States TWICE by a majority of white people.

    1. This is what people mean when they say that you are entitled to your own opinions, not your own facts. Both of your statements are completely false.

      Firstly, Obama did not win a majority of white voters in 2008 OR 2012. I don’t know if someone told you that or you just made it up, either way it’s wrong.

      Secondly, systemic racism is very widespread in America, it is just less obvious than it was 50 years ago. Just because you don’t wish to inform yourself about systemic racism, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist. There are many, many examples of systemic racism in policing, which is where perhaps the most apparent and blatant forms of systemic racism appear. This article points out an example of it in San Francisco’s police force (although much worse examples can be found in other parts of the country): https://www.aclu.org/news/criminal-law-reform/racist-drug-laws-lead-to-racist-enforcement-in-cities-across-the-country/

      1. Oh, please. You cite an ACLU article to support the existence of systemic racism? That’s like citing Al Sharpton or Nikole Hannah-Jones, for goodness sake. You’re going to need a lot more credible source than that. The fact that you even try to use that citation just shows that you’re grasping for anything.
        Regarding alleged systemic racism, you’re just stating the same old, tired, hollow left wing claim with no evidence. Just saying it’s “very widespread” and “there’s many examples” and “much worse examples can be found” is not evidence. You need to prove it especially if it’s so “widespread.” You need to give evidence or examples. YOU say it’s there, so the burden is on YOU to show it. Black criminals arrested or shot by white cops (in defense of life) is not systemic racism. That’s called policing. Are there racist cops and bad shoots? Of course, but it’s extremely rare, thank God. The vast majority of cops are not racist, and the vast majority of America is not racist. Obama is proof of that. Would you not agree? Trust me, I have searched and tried to “inform” myself, but I cannot find any systemic racism. You know why? Because there isn’t any, and there hasn’t been any for decades. Again, show me any racist laws, rules, protocols, agencies, departments, or officials that are discriminating against and/or oppressing people of color. If you can, I’ll stand right with you against it because I hate racism. But I’m not going to stand against something where there is no evidence as that would be dishonest and immoral, right?
        Have you ever listened to such noted blacks as Thomas Sowell, Candace Owens, Larry Elder, Ben Carson, or Shelby Steele? These highly educated black people also say there is no systemic racism. Do you think they are lying?
        Regarding Obama, I think you’re misunderstanding my comment.
        Let me rephrase –
        The majority of those WHO VOTED FOR Obama – the vast majority – were white people. That is a fact.

        1. Ok, first of all, you said “a black man was recently elected President of the United States TWICE by a majority of white people.”, not that the majority of people who voted for him were white. Your implication was that the majority of white people couldn’t possibly be racist if they voted for a black man for president. But you were lying about that, so your point was not made about whether white people are racist or not. But this idea is just the political equivalent of “I have a black friend, I couldn’t be racist!”, so I don’t put much stock in it anyways. You made a false claim, I called you out on it. Trying to say that you actually meant that the majority of Obama voters were white is not the same thing, but again, splitting hairs over a silly way to claim racism doesn’t exist.

          But if you aren’t aware of how black people don’t have equal opportunity, equal representation, or equal treatment under the law, I can show you some pretty obvious data points that prove it. Just read this article about systemic inequality and tell me with a straight face that it isn’t significantly harder to be black in America: https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/2020/06/18/12-charts-racial-disparities-persist-across-wealth-health-and-beyond/3201129001/

          1. According to 2018 FBI crime stats, blacks committed 52% of homicides. How do you explain that statistic?

          2. You should really read your statistics better. According to the FBI 52% of homicide VICTIMS were black in 2018, not offenders. About 39% of offenders were black. As for how to explain this? It doesn’t somehow disprove that black people are treated unfairly or don’t have less opportunities. Frankly I think that it is a combination of black people in poor neighborhoods being forced into crime to survive, and the well documented statistics around black people being arrested and charged at higher rates when compared to whites for committing the same crimes. I gave you statistics around these shown trends in previous posts, so I won’t repost those. But how would you explain the higher rates of black criminal conviction?

          3. My mistake…..in looking at the chart for FBI’s Expanded Homicide Data Table 6 – Murders in 2018, 48% were committed by blacks. Then if you factor in a city like Chicago or Baltimore where the vast majority of black on black shootings go unsolved the real stat would be much higher.
            Sorry….continue with your excuses for this horrifying statistic. Your argument that blacks are charged for murders at a higher rate is quite amusing….either the person killed someone or they didn’t.
            “But how would you explain the higher rates of black criminal conviction?” You mean relative to population? Blacks make up about 13% of the population yet 48% of the murder convictions. So by default of committing more than 13% of the murders would increase the conviction rate relative to population.

      2. It’s in my kids school district according to the superintendent…..just not sure where as they have done nothing to end it since acknowledging it’s existence 4 months ago.
        It’s akin to trying to identify witchery….it exists because you say it does and denials don’t matter because you believe it regardless of any actual evidence.
        Show me a specific police department and their specific written policy that allows for race to be used in policing practices.
        No question there are racists out there……and for sure there needs to be police reform. But the “systemic” part is just like witchery….impossible to disprove…or prove.

  15. Never ceases to amaze me how hard progressives have to look to find racism these days. If you’re looking for true, institutional racism, go back to the 50’s and 60’s.
    Every time we’re shown examples of racism now, it’s usually accompanying some type of criminal behavior.

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  16. Reading this article, in Michigan, about a small town I have only ever driven through once, it struck me as exceptionally well-written. As such, it described what is readily recognizable as attitudes on racism that are widely held as satisfactory because they’ve existed for so long. Such attitudes are widely considered the norm and therefore acceptable.

    The author’s reference to Kendi’s comments about “non-racist” and “actively anti-racist” were very helpful in understanding the actions of various Healdsburg players. I’m 75, white, and have never been “racist”. I have always been “passively anti-racist”. But I have never been “actively anti-racist”. I have always been thankful for the actively anti-racist contributions made by others in the MLK era. I have always been thankful that they addressed the blatantly unjust behavior in America’s past and that such problems would thereby, over time, be rectified. But that hasn’t happened.

    Instead, America moved forward a tad and became passively satisfied with a somewhat less repugnant form of racism. The recent demonstrations have focused my attention to how little we’ve done to resolve the problem over the past 50 years. I can’t condemn combative attitudes of today’s demonstrators when I realize that anything less condones the indifference of our last half century. I agree with Kendi’s assertion that one either confronts racial inequities, actively, as an “anti-racist”, or allows racial inequities to persevere, as a “racist”.

    “There is no in-between safe space of ‘not racist.’”

    1. Clever how the left is now labelling those that have never been racist, racist. So, either get on board with what we say is the new definition or you are a racist.
      It is an incredibly smart move by the left because the vast majority of the population isn’t racist and would be horrified to be accused of being one…so they will not resist the new definition out of fear of being labeled.
      It echoes one of the trademarks of fascism.

      1. Very well said. If you remember the racism and anti- police demonstrations started with the Obama administration and encouraged by Maxine Waters……” get into their faces..”.
        The descent Democrats of today are mute to the vitriolic conduct by the radical left because they do not want to be criticized as being pro-Trump . The herd affect?

      2. David Bell:
        Perhaps the Left is merely perceptive at recognizing those who aren’t perceptive enough to recognize they’re racist, . . . or who just set abysmal standards for themselves about avoiding racism.

        But just so I’m really savvy about the latest definitions, why don’t you explain how suggesting someone should focus on their own attitudes about race (1) makes one racist and (2) toward whom such racism is directed.

        1. Funny….progressives are perceptive but others are not? Another label that is difficult to refute. Is the standard similar to a “micro-agression”…..still trying to figure that one out given that a sideways look is an example of one. But I guess progressives are just more sensitive.
          The statement, “if one is not anti-racist and not merely “not racist” makes one a racist”” is the dumbest assumption based on a lack of facts I have ever heard.
          I know disagreeing with you upsets your “safe space” but don’t project your racism on me because you feel guilty. You don’t know me and to label me a racist because I don’t buy into you definition of anti-racist is a false equivalence fallacy.

          1. Funny, I’ve never noticed that progressives were perceptive. They’ve always seemed to simply be over-infatuated with ideals but lacking in perception in much the way trumprubes are lacking in both. Thank you for reinforcing that with your pointless blabber.

          2. Ah….dismiss my argument as “pointless blabber” and accuse me of being a Trump supporter.
            You started off this thread sounding quite intelligent but misguided. Alas, your true character has been revealed.

        1. David Bell:
          Yup, it’s jus’ terrible how one has to lower the discussion level to address those only offering juvenile trash talk. I hastily posted my original comment in the hope that a perceptive article would attract perceptive comments of value. Your immediate potshot established your credibility for that at zero. I’m not interested in the fascinating details of your back story, just in benefitting from the useful thought of someone actually attempting a useful response.

    2. Please do yourself a favor and balance the utter BS from Kendi with actual truth from such noted blacks as Thomas Sowell, Candace Owens, Larry Elder, Ben Carson, and Shelby Steele. The immortal words of MLK regarding personal responsibility and content of character as well as interviews with notable blacks like Denzel Washington about the black “struggle” should also provide you with some truth.

      1. Swing away, Merrill:
        Thank you for posting the laundry list of authorities you consider issuers of the real “truth” about racism. I believe you meant to say “This is the unrepresentative group of Blacks whom I, as a white conservative, find supportive of my indifference toward racism.” It’s to be expected that Blacks who didn’t experience the same adverse effects of discrimination that other Blacks routinely do will be less inclined to be concerned about racism. I like oreo cookies, but not that kind.

        There is some information you’d perform a service by supplying:
        (a) Were the two professors who gave Thomas Sowell support in gaining his admittance to Harvard in the mid-1950s liberals or conservatives? Did they believe Blacks of that time needed no special assistance to get the same opportunities as Whites?
        (b) For other Blacks of comparable ability who did not enjoy GI Bill educational benefits as a result of being drafted, what percentage attended southern colleges at that time?
        (c) Does Sowell’s criticism of Affirmative Action indicate that he doesn’t believe racism is a problem that needs to be addressed, or (b) that he merely believes it has been ineffective in addressing what should be addressed? If the latter, what steps does he recommend for addressing it?

    3. The left keeps stoking the flames of racism, not lessen it. The precipitation of this up rise was started with the Obama administration. Mrs. Obama complained she was not comfortable living in the white house because it was built by slaves. What a hell of a statement from an alleged first lady of our country, no class what so ever. Sad.

      1. El Conquistador:
        Your bloviation that merely consisted of taking shots at the Left offered no points of substance about this article. Gripes about how it’s favoritism to ensure equal treatment of another race is typical of racists.

  17. “…the need for extensive renovations to the building they leased for more than 30 years, coronavirus restrictions, power outages, and the recent Glass fire that burned through parts of Kenwood.”

    Thank Mase, Gavin, and PG&E for three out of the four.
    Our once-great state is so effed up. No wonder so many are moving. SMH

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  18. Type-o below, meant to say re hoping parking won’t be an issue, not much parking for the 3 businesses there, and thrift store on right (not left).

  19. I wonder if parking will be an issue, not much parking along that stretch there for Hank’s Creekside, this prior Whole Pie location (incoming relocating Cafe Citti), and adjacent thrift store parking on left, hope for them this won’t be an issue. Just sayin’. Glad they’re relocating to Santa Rosa from Kenwood, more doable for me living near Windsor! :-).

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  23. I as other posts had found the food creative, delicious. When friends visiting out of town with Southeast Asian heritage and knowledge of food when taken there, were impressed by the food and menu. I am curious about the landlords of these restaurant properties, and their apparent lack of concern for encouraging downtown businesses to stay open under such circumstances (are there tax benefits to keep the spaces closed ?). From my awareness these property owners do not appear to do much to help their restaurant tenants and other stores stay afloat- so we seem to be heading to many closed store fronts. Just as i started to find hope that down town Santa Rosa was becoming attractive to spend time in; some where to show off to my out of town visitors it is in danger of deterioration. What is our Santa Rosa local government doing about helping businesses and downtown remain vibrant; encourage landlord responsibility? Are we all going to have to be going back to downtown Petaluma for downtown vibrancy?

  24. And i thought this issue was basically affecting the big cities like San Francisco, where i live. Sorry to hear about this happening in Sonoma County. So many places here have been closed since March and many won’t be able to reopen due to the progressive fiscally incompetent buffoons running this former gem into the ground and draconian laws affecting small business here in the former jewel of California.. San Francisco now known as the ‘doo doo’ capital of America has been on a downward spiral sad to say.. Please don’t allow Sonoma County and Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Sebastopol etc. to become an unaffordable third world toilet like San Francisco has become over the last 28 years or so. with exploding, crime and homeless tent encampments, unaffordable costs of living and crumbling infrastructure And yes, i was born here and can’t wait to leave this overpriced, unaffordable third world dump hopefully for Sonoma County in the near future. Like a lot of others, I ‘m doing some personal reassessment of what’s important and thinking of making some changes for the better.. As an award winning home vintner ( the Sonoma County Harvest Fair and Marin County Fair medals and ribbons respectively) I ‘m hoping to get into the wine industry, and maybe this is a chance for me to reinvent myself, like so many people have been doing over the last 7 or so months and continue doing.

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  25. Another win for Mase. Before she’s finished, every restaurant and bar in Santa Rosa will be finished…. It’s time to get rid of Mase!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. I have been a customer almost since they opened. I think this is a great idea (5 minutes drive vs 20), and the take-out-only approach is wise by drastically reducing their overhead!

  27. Bollywood was a lovely restaurant and I will miss its food, its ambiance, and its service. It was my favorite place to bring people in the “Before Times.” Just a week ago we went there for cocktails and nibbles, and the Indira G&T was so good and so pretty I posted it to Instagram. The smoked lamb shank (offered in “Before Times”) was amazing. Even classics such as palak paneer were elevated by their preparation–it inspired me to make my own paneer! As for cost, it was quite reasonable for the quality. I believe the Chandi family has nine lives and we’ll see more from them. I also don’t think Beer Baron competed with Bollywood — very different focus.

  28. I went there once and I think they ignored me and didn’t bring my food for more than half an hour, even though they had literally two items on the menu. I finally just left.

  29. We have removed a number of comments on this article that did not abide by our commenting rules. We do not tolerate the dissemination of misinformation, offensive language, or misogynistic remarks. Please use a respectful tone when commenting on Sonoma Magazine articles. Sofia Englund, digital editor.

  30. The Chandi’s are a brave, entrepreneurial family engaged in finding what works to enhance the SR downtown and the community at large with interesting places for us to gather. They work long hours, employ hundreds of people and pay sizable taxes. Sonu and his family deserve credit beyond words even if some of their ventures don’t work out. To paraphrase president Teddy Roosevelt, they will never be counted amongst those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat. Thank goodness for their spirit, and the spirit of all who put themselves on the line everyday trying to create something of value. We are lucky to have them.

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  31. I’ve never understood why Chandi has so many restaurants that compete with one another–e.g. in down town Santa Rosa.

  32. Sad to see it go – it was a really good and creative place serving ‘nouveau’ Indian food that was pushing the edge. Loved the place. Pricey for sure but a treat for the open minded. Not traditional Indian for sure but the cauliflower, the lamb shanks, the cocktails. I will miss them…

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  33. Please don’t show delicious looking food in restaurant settings.
    Show the food in take out boxes and tell readers which survive best being delivered or picked up and driven home.

  34. Phenomenal article – I’m reading this in 2020 because a long-ago classmate and her husband lost their house in one of the California fires. Your article is sensitive and informative and as many important tips about what not to do as to do. I like to think I know a decent amount about a decent number of things at 64 but I learned from every point you made. Thank you and best of luck.

  35. What can the holders of gift certificates for the restaurant expect? We were scheduled to dine last May but our reservation was cancelled due to Covid. We were looking for a future date to dine and now they are gone.

    1. Wow, it’s all about YOU worrying about your freebie meal. I’ve worked in hospitality for many years, and have found that those eating for free on gift certs, or corporate accts are the worst tippers, and most difficult to please. They think rich people are supposed to be difficult to show how important they are. Clueless grifters.

      1. Fred, what l am saying here is the loss of Meadowood has affected everyone, even those of us on the lower rungs of the middle class. I could never afford to eat there had it not been for the generosity of my hard working children. I understand the policy of tipping and have always been generous when I have been well served. When treated with respect and not looked down upon,any server would be happy with the tips I leave .

          1. Fred and David, I just want to a say that the disagreement and resolve of this conversation gives me hope for this world. You don’t see much of this these days In comment sections and both of you have your valid feelings and you were able to in the end see each others points and move on in a civil respectable manner. Keep being you!

  36. MATT VILLANO … Slides 6-9 have the following caption “Wildfire photographer Matthew Henderson captures the devastation of the Kincade fire in Windsor, California, on Oct. 30, 2020. ” I mean I know Matt Henderson is good…… but I never knew he was a time traveler too!!

  37. I was surprised that Matanzas doesn’t get mentioned in an article like this. I’m sure the winemaker is Latina, and maybe even one of the first to breakthrough? Or has she moved on? Anyway, just a thought.

  38. My place of employment (disclaimer), Pengrove Market), has been doing Fryday Fried Chicken family meals with all the classic sides for weeks now. Just call and place your order for pick up!

  39. Charlie Hustle sandwich at Jam’s Joy Bungalow. No chance any of the fried chicken sandwiches you listed are better than this one. It’s criminal that this one isn’t on the list.

  40. Yes, but how woke is the resort? Everything must be about social justice!

    6.4 million in fines by the water quality board. And this slimeball ROBERT S. GREEN wants to “re-negotiate” the terms of his permit.
    Put a lien on the property and sue the hell out of the SoCal scumbag

  41. I wish her luck in the Wine business but she has her work cut out for them since with all the fires and now pandemic it is a different world than just 5 years ago when she made her first vintage. Again good luck!

  42. What a coinkydink! Just ate there last night. “Tamale people, thoughout the land,” I think Bob Dylan said… best tamale ever (pollo con mole rojo)!!

  43. I just attempted to place an order for pick-up and apparently they still charge you a 19% service charge even though you’re not even eating there… Hey, Barndiva, news flash, no one there is even serving me! I am not using your texting service, your table, chairs, disposable menu, I’m not even using a single drop of your hand sanitizer so why would you charge people who are simply picking up their own food and leaving a “service charge”?! Absolutely ridiculous and makes no sense. I am not paying you a 19% service charge for a salad that is 1 fig and one leaf of lettuce cut up to look like it’s more food. I used to like Barndiva but they are basically up-charging everyone due to a pandemic which seems pretty greedy. Just FYI, the bill comes to just under $50 for two chicken sandwiches due to the “service charge”, what a joke….

  44. Larrupin near Trinidad, California, up in Humboldt County is the best experience I’ve had in the COVID era. They took all of the precautions necessary for a safe outdoor dining meal and turned those precautions into a higher-end experience! No spritzing of hand sanitizer or temp-checks (not necessary because you never are near another person the entire time). They have 2 seatings per night: a 5 pm set and a 7 pm set and that’s it. You must give them your order by phone at least a hour before your reservation time – including wine choice. Upon arrival – You wait outside on socially distanced chairs and they set wine out for you to sip while you wait, and then they call out the names of all those who made a reservation one by one, and have you follow the hostess (socially distanced) out to the patio and she points across the space to your name on a pretty placard on your table. You then walk to your very-socially distanced table (we couldn’t even hear others’ conversations). Our red-tablecloth-covered table had our wine bottle open and 2 glasses and water on it, ready to go. There was a beautiful reception-style table in the center of the outdoor space on which your plated meals were placed when they were ready, and they placed a handwritten placard in front of them; you merely walked up to the serving table solo and then brought your plates to your own table. Never an interaction with a server, although the hostess remained visible and in the back area and you could just give her a nod or make eye contact and she’d stand 8 feet from your table and ask if you needed anything (we ordered an extra twice-baked potato because they were to die for). The check was left on the center serving table; we walked up, signed the receipt, and left. It was cozy, romantic, no masks, and lovely.

  45. It’s the way people communicate these days. Emails replaced letters, texts replaced phone calls and video chats replaced human 1 on 1 interaction. Pretty soon no one will have any social skills and will only use emoji’s to show feelings.

  46. I recently traveled home from the UK and this is standard protocol for the lounges at Heathrow. You scan a QR code for your table, it opens the app for that lounge’s menu, order away, and service is prompt, masked & pleasant. No tipping, it’s included in the price of food & beverages. It assumes good service.

  47. “many have said they prefer this style of (minimal) service and would like to see this remaining after we.. get back to ‘normal”

    Nobody has said that, I guarantee it.
    Now don’t get me wrong, there has been the occasional server that I would rather not have to interact with, but on the whole, Healdsburg has been the gold standard for restaurant service, Barndivas hopes to change that obviously.

    Last time I ate out I thought how much more enjoyable my experience could have been if only I was doused with sanitizer and had my temperature taken.

    I hope you have one time use sleeves for those thermometers, and I hope all your clientele insist on rectal temperature checks only. As they are the most accurate. Wouldn’t want any erroneous readings from your non-trained medical staff.

    Pathetic, and ridiculous. Barndiva on the cutting edge, giving the customers what they want.

    Boycott BS like this if you ever want things to “get back to normal”

  48. The idea is that brides and grooms will walk to the pavilion through the vineyards, creating an “only-in-Wine-Country” experience.
    “Brides and grooms?” What decade are you in Sonoma magazine?

  49. So, 19% gratuity for servers you have literally no interaction with. must be nice for them.
    It will truly be a shame if any other establishments follow in barndivas footsteps.
    People don’t go out to eat so they can text their server, be sprayed with sanitizer, and have a medical evaluation before being allowed to sit outside.
    Way to take the”Service” out of the service industry Barndivas! Kudos.

  50. SOunds like fun; but coffee break a secret to serenity? Perhaps, but the English have tea time and it defintely is a good idea; has been for ages.

  51. Latest addition to Ken and Stacy Mattson’s vast property portfolio: The Sonoma Cheese Factory. What does one make of this couple? Deservedly successful or horribly rapacious? Saviors or interlopers? Are they still opposed to gay rights (“the last thing I want to see in the parade is promotion of sin by being forced to watch a gay marriage ceremony”) as well as Obamacare? And, having been among the select few to attend Trump’s inauguration, are they hoping for a repeat next January? Just neighborly interest on my part, you understand…after all, I’m surrounded by their properties.

  52. This somehow reminds me of Rolls-Royce’s recent press release, promoting their new, $300,000.00 sedan as “Post-Opulent.” I do hope they’ll have the flag-bearing bears though. Healdsburg could use some Post-Opulence™.

  53. There should be a hot day in hell for the brisket looters. And, how can people blame the victim? How not politically correct is that!!!??? What about loving kindness ??? It’s too easy to give loving kindness to “perfect” people in our lives. Should we just condone stealing from a person who is different from us in some way?

  54. You forgot the best restaurant in Santa Rosa, East West Cafe on Summerfield Road. They have outside dining, and they have takeout. It’s comfort food, but it’s also very healthy food as well.

  55. How low can these thieves go? Stealing from little leagues, counterfeit money to the girl scouts, looters in fire and evacuation areas, stealing a fireman’s wallet & draining his bank account while he is fighting a wildfire, and now to steal food out of a smoker? Something is seriously wrong with our world when this is happening on a daily basis. I wish I had a solution, but what I would do about it would not be socially acceptable in this day and age.

  56. It is time to let these restaurants open back up. We have to move on with our lives and allow people to earn their living. It you are worried or concerned stay home.

  57. The schnitzel sandwich alone was the
    best thing in this county for the price. Please come back to the Windsor markets and help re invent yourselves as a walk up and order business. Good luck and I will miss the amazing food. Your mahi mahi with coconut rice brought me back to the islands as well

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  70. Heather: Your unrelenting and biased publicity of both The Barlow and the various Starks’ restaurants is becoming a bit nauseating. Not exactly a good thing for a food column.

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  71. For another taste of Provence, try Bees N Blooms in Santa Rosa. It has lavender and flower fields, trees friendly to pollinators and butterflies, vegatable gardens, honey bee hives, geese and ducks, all in synergy with untilled soil and organic farming. http://www.beesnblooms.com

  72. Hello Dana,
    Chateau Sonoma is also located at Cornerstone, 23588 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, until the end of October.
    Thank you.

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  73. Panera Bread in Santa Rosa is still not on your list. They are open every day for take out. 150 Steele Ln
    Santa Rosa, CA 95403 707-526-8921

  74. Really??? 32 restaurants listed, 2 restaurants and one french bakery in entire Sonoma valley. Good thing I can cook.

  75. Don’ forget the new kid on the square in Sonoma: Taub Family Outpost. Offering breakfast 8-11am, then an all-day menu from 11am-8pm, Mon through Sat. Also offering coffee, espresso drinks, retail wine, and cocktails to-go. @sonomaoutpost on Instagram or http://www.taubfamilyoutpost.com

  76. Norm’s Kitchen is now offering curbside pickup everyday from 9am-1pm. 478 Larkfield Center, Santa Rosa 95403. Serving American diner food. (707)579-4007

  77. The Red Grape In Sonoma is open Wednesday-Sunday 4-8pm for curbside pick up. Thin crust pizza and yummy salads! Thanks!

  78. Dierk’s Midtown Cafe 1422 4th Street SR. 707-545-1422, as well as Parkside are open to take out. Same great food 2 locations

  79. Roys Chicago Dogs @ The Yard in Petaluma is open 11 am to 4 pm daily. Closed on Sunday. Vienna all beef hot dogs, homage milk shakes, slow smoked brisket sandwiches and on Friday and Saturday slow smoked St Louis cut ribs, fried mac and chi ball….707 774-1574

  80. Hippizzazz is Sebastopol is open! Selling beer and wine to go as well. Check out Facebook for hours and updates. Keep local mom and pops open!

  81. HEY RESTAURANTS – Please get on sites and apps like EZCater, FoodJets, DoorDash, etc. ASAP, those of us providing lunches for our essential workers would *really* appreciate it!!

  82. Piacere and El Milagro in Cloverdale both have take out available. Trading Post noted on Facebook today that they are going to offer take out also.

  83. Willowood and Underwood in Graton both have signs saying open for takeout, please add them, they’re both fantastic & locally owned!

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