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Really cute bar and grill with indoor seating as well as a nice outdoor area with a fire pit. Over 70 craft beers as well as Sonoma/Mendocino County wines. Try the seasonally changing specialty cocktails and the outstanding burgers. Friendly atmosphere.
Country-style gay bar with an outdoorsy feel to it. Pinball, pool tables, shuffleboard and the friendliest bartenders around. Try the Long Island Iced Tea. They serve it in a Mason jar! Good times.
Small neighborhood shopping center anchored by Raley’s, a natural foods grocery store. The center is also home to businesses offering apparel/footwear, beauty, gifts and electronics, specialty services and restaurants.
Attention Star Wars fanatics! There isn’t a more distinctive Star Wars experience than this. The owner, Steve, will guide you through the world’s largest private Star Wars collection. Enjoy screen-used props and play (free) video games in the Arcade.
This historic venue is operated by a grassroots team with the goal of preserving performing arts. A gathering place for community-minded individuals, the theater hosts over 120 events a year and offers an eclectic array of entertainment.
A double-wide, an outdoor stage and a pool are what make this family-friendly roadhouse a bit of old-timey fun. Live, changing bands every weekend will have you dancing to music of the 30s and 40s, Rock and Roll, Reggae and Jazz. Something for everyone.
Kayak or canoe trips make for great family outings, and River's Edge makes the whole process easy. The self-guided trips provide shuttle and other services for your convenience, allowing for a smooth, leisurely cruise down the river at your own pace.
Forested trails provide tranquil surroundings and beautiful year-round views of sparkling lakes, redwood trees, and vineyards. Park amenities include a picnic area, a volleyball court, and a horseshoe pit in addition to Russian River access.
The Rivertown Revival is the most spectacular and creative summer festival held every year! The event includes a parade, and an all-day festival which showcases local music, art, food and drink and over 40 fabulous local vendors. Bring the entire family!
Year ‘round Sunday market features about forty vendors offering a variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and handcrafts. You need to see all of the variety. It’s a fun day for the family.
Perfect year-round setting for your golf game or tournament. Spacious Fred Bliss designed layout features a course that is carefully sculpted around the natural beauty of the landscape. Lakes, creeks, and an island green make this a unique course.
Embark on a white water rafting excursion, take stand up paddleboard lessons, yoga and more with the friendly, knowledgeable staff at Rubicon.
Whether you are an avid paddler or just want to bring back the memories of canoeing as a kid, come and canoe the scenic Russian River in the heart of wine country.
Arrive early because this lively brewery is often crowded with beer enthusiasts eager to try the award winning brews. Try a flight or stay for a meal of traditional American fare.
Some of the most delicious strawberries that you will ever taste are grown and sold right here at Saetern Strawberry Field. A small wooden stall holds the strawberries that are picked when at their freshest and then sold directly to you.
From pygmy forests to kelp-dotted coves, this unspoiled preserve is full of native plants and wildlife, making it perfect for hiking and camping. Explore the undersea world in one of California's first underwater parks at Gerstle Cove Marine Reserve.
Take a stroll along the beach, have a picnic, or just enjoy the scenery. Sandy Beach Cove lies directly below Fort Ross State Historic Park.
A lively farmer’s market concentrating on the wares of local farmers, artisanal food makers and creators of handmade goods. The kids will love the party atmosphere, not to mention the yummy treats in store!
Enjoy a delectable meal at the college’s café and bakery. Featuring soups, salads, sandwiches, entrees and desserts prepared by the brand new, highly trained chefs. Fabulous cuisine at a fraction of the cost of an established restaurant.
“If you want to know about the food you eat, ask the people who grow it”. Visit Santa Rosa, Farmers Market. fresh fruits, nuts, vegetables, eggs, honey, herbs, flowers, meat, and poultry are guaranteed to be grown and harvested here in California
An enclosed mall in the heart of downtown Santa Rosa, anchored by Macy’s, Sears, and Forever 21. This pleasant mall is a shoppers’ delight, offering over 120 specialty stores as well as a food court, plenty of seating and free Wi-Fi. Shop ‘til you drop!
In the small town of Sebastopol, tucked in the corner of a bygone apple canary, sits Scout West County— The Barlow’s new modern general store.
A non-denominational sanctuary for prayer, meditation, and spiritual renewal. James Hubbell, artist and architectural designer is the creative genius who combined local natural materials with gifted local contractors, craftsmen and artisans.
This small store in Bodega is home to an enthusiastic staff and plenty of memorabilia from the 1963 movie "The Birds", plus beach decor, postcards, and other interesting trinkets.