Petaluma /pɛtəˈluːmə/ is a city in Sonoma County, California, part of the North Bay sub-region of the San Francisco Bay Area, located 37 mi (60 km) north of San Francisco. Its population was 57,941 according to the 2010 Census.
Restaurants in Petaluma
4.5 based on 173 reviews
On vacation to Point Reyes my family and I stopped off at this amazing little briery! If you love Brie this is your place! It was so tasty we had to stop back the next day to purchase more! They have garlic jalapeño, truffle, breakfast, triple cream, and many other Brie like cheeses! Additionally they have super tasty goat cheeses! The friendly and helpful Vianette let us sample a few and was very informative! I highly recommend the stop!
4.5 based on 129 reviews
Sonoma features many parks with a more natural setting and better scenery. Shollenberger starts from a non descript industrial/office park, and if you walk counter clock rise your initial walk down a linear levy towards the Petaluma River. The initial stroll down the river offers views on the opposite bank of a sand and gravel processing area, deteriorating buildings, abandoned boats, cars and SUVs before eventually opening into a more natural look. If you look at it from a different perspective, you see a recovered wetland habitat supporting an abundance of wild life. Other advantages include it being close into Petaluma, flat, and dog friendly (please use a leash as required). I would not drive a long way to see this park (there are better options), but is you are in Petaluma and want a place for a quick get away, dog walk, or jog, this fits the bill.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Although not large, the park is criss crossed by trail giving a variety of terrain and look out points from every directions. The initial climb up Arroyo Trail is steep (about a 30% grade), but the top of the hill features more moderate terrain. Park is multiuser, including hikers, dogs, mountain bikes, and horse back riders. Although excellent views are available throughout, don't miss the view from South Loop, one of my favorites. Parking is $7 and you self pay with either cash or credit card from a machine near the parking lot entrance.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Although we arrived at 11:00 am, and the brewery doesn't open until 11:30, there were already several people milling around and even a yoga class being held in the area that seems to maybe be an entertainment site for musicians. We visited the SchwagShop which featured a wide variety of clothing and other paraphernalia. Once the Brewery opened, we shared a flight of beer as well as tried a few other interesting brews. Although we didn't eat, there was a menu featuring the usual bar type food that looked very good.
5 based on 34 reviews
I have been shopping at this beautiful farm for years and I love it! The produce is all grown organically on site and is the best quality you can get. My favorite months are August and September, as there is so much to choose from and the prices are significantly lower than Whole Foods.
4 based on 55 reviews
We decided to drive the Cheese Road, north of San Francisco. This road/area has lots of cheese creameries with stores attached. Many give tours on the weekend. We were out for the drive and to buy some cheese. This creamery was our first stop. The creamery was next door to the store that sold their cheeses. They mostly had hard cheese but some soft cheese, as well. We sampled several variety, All were very tasty. Friendly staff.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
My favorite part of this lovely old , intimate library is their classical music concerts (now about quarterly) .A large glass dome and original wood paneling contribute to fantastic and resonant acoustics, and the performers are always world-class musicians. To me there is nothing like hearing small string ensembles or an old sonorous piano from 15- feet away! Worth planning ahead ..among many choices in Sonoma county, this is my very favorite venue for classical music.
5 based on 28 reviews
Sonoma Portworks is the only winery in Sonoma County specializing in ports and after-dinner wines. Sample our complimentary tasting menu of varietal ports, or explore our Reserve menu. Discover Sonomic Almost Vinegar--like a balsamic, only better!
Very knowledgeable gentleman explains the ports we're tasting, and the grappas also. This is unique (because it's port rather than the wines), and it was a nice room with the big barrels. No charge! We bought a port and a port-infused vinegar, and ended up joining their club! And the proprietor made an excellent restaurant suggestion.
5 based on 18 reviews
Only sold in the local farmer's market so I wish that we lived closer. An eye opening experience and tour. The mother of the family gave us a tour and she was very kind and open with the business and how it runs. We appreciated the time and learning experience. Tour costs $20 but it is definitely worth it and I would do it again to share it with the others in the family.
4 based on 44 reviews
This National Landmark is a remembrance to General Vallejo and shows the importance of Mexican History and how they were once the owners of this land. I will bring my children here one day so they will know the true history of California in case they aren’t taught history any more.
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