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Ring in the New Year with Wild Animal Friends

Ring in the New Year with Wild Animal Friends December 29, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Zebra grazes at Safari West Cheetahs, rhinos, zebras and exotic birds will be among your celebratory companions at Safari West’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration, Romp with the Beasts. For the second year, guests can dine and dance surrounded by 400 acres of natural habitat that feels more...

End-of-Harvest Specials in Sonoma

End-of-Harvest Specials in Sonoma November 9, 2010 | Food, Hotels, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Fall is the Perfect Time to Flee to Sonoma The cold winds of November are chilling the coastal valleys of Sonoma County, but that just makes these orchard-covered hills and vine-draped valleys that much more picturesque. Thing is, the average tourist doesn’t know that, which means the crowds thin...

Sonoma’s Perfect Picnic from Lisa Hemenway’s Fresh

Sonoma’s Perfect Picnic from Lisa Hemenway’s Fresh October 20, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
It’s not like good food is hard to come by in Sonoma, ground zero for amazing farm-to-table restaurants and artisanal producers. But good picnic and take-out food? Not so much. That’s probably why locals are so excited about the opening of Fresh, a combination market, deli, and cafe located...

Sonoma Joins Napa in New Wine, Food and Fashion Fest

Sonoma Joins Napa in New Wine, Food and Fashion Fest September 30, 2010 | What's New | Read More
CornerStone hosts concerts, weddings, and festivals Be part of launching something really special: The first ever Napa Sonoma Wine and Food Festival takes place October 15th and 16th. The inaugural event includes wine, food, and fashion, bringing together world-renowned winemakers, celebrated chefs and...

Taste One of Mexico’s Favorite Treats in Sonoma

Taste One of Mexico’s Favorite Treats in Sonoma September 3, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
The Mexican-style popsicles called paletas are all-natural concoctions of fresh fruit, juice and cream When traveling in Mexico, you can’t miss the neon colors and exotic displays of fresh fruit that mark a La Michoacana ice cream stand. Purveyors of paletas, an intrinsically Mexican treat, La...

Favorite Sonoma Restaurants Now Serving Weekend Brunch

Favorite Sonoma Restaurants Now Serving Weekend Brunch July 29, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Weekend Brunch Down on the Farm Now at Zazu Sonoma’s great food options now extend to brunch thanks to new offerings from Zazu and Guerneville’s Boon Restaurant and Hotel. In the happening Russian River town of Guerneville, Boon restaurant is now serving Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m....

Celebrate Jack London and Literary History in Sonoma

Celebrate Jack London and Literary History in Sonoma July 23, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Experience living history amongst the stone ruins at Jack London State Park The Valley of the Moon Natural History Association is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jack London State Historic Park this weekend with a rare chance to get behind-the-scenes in the restored Old Winery Ruins of Jack London’s...

Jenner Inn’s New Chef Is a Find

Jenner Inn’s New Chef Is a Find July 10, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Jenner Inn & Cottages on the Russian River Previously known for its romantic riverside views but not so much for its cuisine, the Jenner Inn and Restaurant suddenly deserves to have its own star on the Sonoma foodie road map. New chef Helena Giesea, who just arrived this spring, is that rare find:...

Celebrate Summer’s Start by Kayaking the Russian River

Celebrate Summer’s Start by Kayaking the Russian River June 26, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The water’s high, come on down! That’s all you need to know if you love to kayak. Thanks to heavy and late spring rains, the water level in the Russian River is higher than usual, currents are running faster, and fun awaits on the river. Paddling free on the Russian River New to kayaking?...

Bistro des Copains: Dining with Sonoma’s artisanal providers

Bistro des Copains: Dining with Sonoma’s artisanal providers June 1, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
The cozy glow through the windows is as welcoming as the kitchen staff at Bistro des Copains I’m oohing and ahhing over my appetizers at Bistro des Copains, when suddenly my companion notes, in an undertone, that Jennifer Bice is dining at the next table. We all pause, forks in air, as if we’ve...
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