Sonoma County is beloved for its agricultural roots and all-around un-Napa vibes. It might be the only place where you can get third-wave coffee made by woodworkers, hummus with Michelin cred and a self-serve taste of $350 cabernet.
Last month, we went specifically to eat. My son was in search of premium pizza. I was looking for micro-seasonal, veggie-forward yum. And my husband, who allows himself about two steaks a year, wanted the best cut he could find. Our pup, like always, had scraps on the brain. Each of us found our bliss — and then some.
Despite the pandemic,