Sonoma in Six

Where we choose to chow down in Wine Country

1. The Fremont Diner
Locally sourced, seasonal country cooking served at a fun and appropriately quirky roadside diner with plenty of patio seating. 2698 Fremont Drive, Sonoma | thefremontdiner.com

2. The Girl & The Fig

Popular spot on the Sonoma town square serving inventive French country fare, fine wines and a lovely patio setting. 110 West Spain Street, Sonoma | thegirlandthefig.com

3. Noble Folk Ice Cream and Pie Bar
Scrumptious fruit and seasonal pies topped with original ice cream flavors Japanese Purple Yam and Corn Flake Crown Maple. Yep, game over. 116 Matheson Street, Healdsburg | thenoblefolk.com

4. The Fig Café
A neighborhood eatery boasting a strong local following, fantastic brunch and excellent wine list with no corkage fee. 13690 Arnold Drive, Glen Ellen | thefigcafe.com

5. Shed
Architecturally appealing outfit that houses everything from a creative farm-to-table café and fermentation bar to fresh produce and deli, to garden and kitchen gift boutique. The stuff of culinary California dreams. 25 North Street, Healdsburg | healdsburgshed.com

6. El Molino Central
Best Mexican classics in the Valley, including tacos, tostadas and various types of delicious tamales. 11 Central Avenue, Sonoma | elmolinocentral.com

 

 

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