As far as wine country goes, some might say that Sonoma is Napa’s more low-key, down-to-earth little sister — dotted with small, charming, family-run wineries, relatively few of which command the tour-bus crowds you’ll find in the Napa Valley proper. So it goes with the food scene as well. Sure, there are a couple of fine-dining destinations in the region, but for the most part, Sonoma County is defined by restaurants that tend to be more low-key than that — little wine bars, hole-in-the-wall bistros, and all-day cafes.
Here are 17 of Sonoma County’s most delicious destinations. And if you’re looking for excellent dining options in some of the area’s cities, we’ve got you covered with some of Santa Rosa’s essential restaurants and Sebastopol’s most well-loved dining options.
Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.Read More