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7th annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week

7th annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week

The 7th annual Sonoma County Restaurant Week will continue the tradition of celebrating the finest Sonoma County food! From March 7th through March 13th, 2016, participating restaurants will present fantastic food at fantastic prices.

Participating restaurants, priced at $10 or $15, will offer the 2-course prix-fixe lunch option again in 2016. All restaurants will offer a 3-course prix-fixe dinner menu for $19, $29 or $39 and no tickets or passes required. Food lovers can simply dine out at as many participating restaurants as they would like during Sonoma County Restaurant Week, explore new dining opportunities, or enjoy old favorites however reservations are strongly recommended! We’re highlighting a restaurant from each of Sonoma’s many great towns.

Aventine Glen Ellen
14301 Arnold Drive
Glen Ellen, CA 95442
(707) 934-8911
http://www.aventineglenellen.com/

Aventine Glen Ellen brings the neighborhood ambiance and exquisite cuisine of a traditional Italian Osteria to the heart of Sonoma’s vibrant wine country. With new takes on classic dishes, extensive wine menu and pairing options, and beautiful location along the Sonoma Creek, Aventine Glen Ellen is the perfect setting to enjoy a memorable evening—whether its dinner for two or your own celebration. Find out more about Chef Veronese and how he brings his rich Italian background to each restaurant!

Restaurant Week Menu: $39 Dinner Menu

Dry Creek KitchenDry Creek Kitchen
317 Healdsburg Avenue
Healdsburg, CA 95448
(707) 431-0330
http://www.drycreekkitchen.com/

Dry Creek Kitchen in the award-winning Hotel Healdsburg takes advantage of its prized location off the town’s historical Spanish-style Plaza with warm, minimalistic design, vaulted ceilings, and towering floral arrangements. In warmer months, guests can enjoy wine country al fresco dining on the terrace or cozy up by a crackling fireplace on chilly Sonoma nights. Enjoy pre dinner drinks at the chic Spirit Bar.

Under the direction of Chef Charlie Palmer, the kitchen excels at sourcing and showing off its regional ingredient diversity in dishes like Scallop En Croute with spring onion fondue, celeriac bacon, chardonnay beurre “vert,” and Liberty Duck Breast with pinot noir-braised cabbage, scarlet turnips, and pearl onions. Can’t make it for Restaurant Week? Check out their series of events including “Jazz Duo Series”

Restaurant Week Menu: $39 Dinner Menu

La Gare RestaurantLa Gare French Restaurant
208 Wilson Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 528-4355
http://www.lagarerestaurant.com/

La Gare French Restaurant is located in the heart of Santa Rosa’s historic railroad square. The restaurant opened in July 1979 and has been family owned and operated ever since. The decor and ambiance reflect an elegant old world charm. Roger, with his sister Jacqueline continues a tradition begun by their parents, Swiss-born Marco and Gladys Praplan. Together with a corps of mindful and experienced wait staff that offers proficient, unhurried service, the Praplan frère et soeur are proud to invite you to their table.

Voted “Best Restaurant and Most Romantic” many years running, La Gare has developed a reputation of excellence. Leave your favorite bottle at home, enjoy La Gare’s well-chosen wine list with your Restaurant Week menu.

Restaurant Week Menu: $29 Dinner Menu

Hopmonk TavernHopmonk Tavern
230 Petaluma Avenue
Sebastopol, CA 95472
(707) 829-7300
http://www.hopmonk.com/

A rustic 105 year-old stone and timber tavern with a world-class beer garden, in the heart of the wine country. Come to Hopmonk for fresh beer, local wines, great indoor tavern atmosphere, and their remarkable beer garden. A moderately priced menu celebrates both traditional and innovative pairings of beer and food. Beer is fun (See what’s on tap!) and you’ll enjoy the relaxed and informed service. Live acoustic music from their beer garden stage weekend days and top local, regional and national acts on their Abbey stage several nights a week. Want to plan an evening around the live music? Check out the acts planning to grace the stage!

Restaurant Week Menu: $19 Dinner Menu

The Girl & The Fig
110 West Spain Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 938-3634
http://www.thegirlandthefig.com

Just like a plump ripe fig, the girl&thefig food is fresh, healthy, and bursting with flavor. With a seasonal menu featuring garden vegetables, herbs, and an abundance of creativity, the rustic Provencal-inspired cuisine allows earth’s true and natural flavors to shine. Follow their weekly and informative musings on the fig bits blogs. The girl&thefig features a wonderful antique bar with French aperitifs, unique and traditional cocktails, an award-winning “Rhone-Alone” wine list, a seasonal menu, cheese & charcuterie platters, and outdoor garden patio seating.

Owner Sondra Bernstein quietly opened the girl&thefig in 1997 originally in Glen Ellen. In 2000 she relocated to the plaza in downtown Sonoma. Over the past 16 years the girl&thefig has made its mark in Wine Country and has been a longtime favorite for both locals and visitors to the area. Get a taste of what to expect from their delightful seasonal menu.

Restaurant Week Menu: $39 Dinner Menu

Tides Wharf Restaurant
835 California 1
Bodega Bay, CA 94923
(707) 875-3652
http://www.innatthetides.com/

One of the most popular restaurants on the Northern California coast, The Tides has been a favorite of locals and travelers from around the globe for over 50 years. Specializing in fresh, local seafood and American cuisine, the extensive breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are certain to please a wide range of palates. Made famous in the early 1960’s as the backdrop for scenes of Alfred Hitchcock’s film classic, “The Birds,” The Tides remains a popular destination for locals and travelers from around the world. The restaurant also offers vegetarian options, as well as house-made pastries and desserts.

Love The Tides? The intimate and relaxed setting of The Bay View Restaurant & Lounge is the ideal backdrop for their monthly “Dinner with the Winemaker” series. It’s the perfect opportunity talk one-on-one with winemakers and winery executives all while enjoying a variety of award-winning wines and locally grown foods.

Restaurant Week Menu: $29 Dinner Menu

During Sonoma Restaurant Week you’ll be able to enjoy some of the finest culinary dining experiences in the world. Ask our reservation staff about a luxury sedan, SUV or limousine dinner service to and from your hotel or home. We are also happy to make restaurant recommendations and reservations for you if you simply can’t choose! With our luxury services, experience a sunset drive with complimentary champagne on the way to your special evening!

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