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Speakeasy is located in historic downtown Petaluma in the beautiful Putnam Plaza just across from the Petaluma river. They serve internationally inspired tapas made from the best local ingredients the Bay area has to offer seven days a week.
Like their unique gin, husband and wife team, Timo and Ashby Marshall bring a combination of traditional British legacy and innovative West Coast style to Spirit Works Distillery.
More than just a Farmer’s Market, this working farm sells chickens, goats, sheep and lambs and piglets. They also sell yarn made from their very own sheep’s wool as well as hides and pelts. Oh, and produce. The kids will absolutely love it.
This fascinating park features 320 acres of trails, a 3-acre lagoon for swimming in the summer, and a 72-acre lake for boating and fishing. Bring the whole family for an outdoor adventure like no other. Safe, sane camping available as well as day use.
St. Florian's Brewery donates a minimum of 5% of profits to fire-related & community-based organizations. They are determined to have the happiest of customers & most delighted imbibers.
You will feel just like a local when you frequent this local bar with friendly staff and customers. Local micro beer is involved in the full bar. You must try the crab or shrimp Louis. Super fun place!
Lots of eateries live at this small, outdoor plaza. Enjoy pizza, Mexican food, wings, sandwiches and more. Get your banking done at Chase, pick up that gizmo at Radio Shack and then relax at Starbucks for fine coffee and a pastry.
The consensus is that this is the best place to buy strawberries. With stunning farmland views, and tastes of strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries, you won’t be able to resist buying a boatload. They also offer freshly laid eggs.
Studio Bel Vetro is Sonoma's leading custom glass and metal lighting studio. Visitors are welcome to explore and experience beautiful, hand crafted glass art.
A big open deck overlooking the Russian River welcomes you to have a cold one and a meal. Bring the dogs, for there is a fenced area for them! Tons of house brews make this place more special than the usual beer bar. Try some grilled oysters or a burger.
On a clear day, Bald Mountain’s 2729-foot summit offers guests a view of the Sierra Nevada and the Golden Gate Bridge. Year-round astronomy courses are offered at the Moon Observatory, and the hiking is fabulous all year long. Look for deer and gray foxes
Lovely neighborhood park features a baseball/softball field with bleachers, basketball courts, lighted soccer field and a children’s playground. Lots of green space, benches, and picnic tables will make this a place that you and your children will love.