5100 Montero Way
Petaluma, CA 94954
Phone: (707) 664-1155
Fax: (707) 664-8566
5100 Montero Way, Petaluma, CA, US, 94954
- Phone: (707) 664-1155
- Fax: (707) 664-8566
Fine Italian cuisine at Cucina Paradiso is inspired by the chef's imagination and possibly a stint at Cefalu. Stellar creations of linguini, carpaccio, caprese, ravioli di Anatra, and pollo arrosto make the ristorante worth visiting. The vegetarian preparations are satisfactory. The place is often packed but that doesn't compromise on the quality of the service. Reserve to avoid disappointment.
Frequently rated among the best restaurants in the city, Risibisi delights with a menu of authentic Italian specialties and a charming setting that will take your breath away. Chef Brian West is passionate about Sonoma County's rich bounty of agricultural produce and makes it a point to use as much of it as possible in the kitchen. The menu is revels not only in authentic Italian recipes, but also with the chefs own flavorful takes for a good mix of the traditional and the contemporary. The wine list is stand out and offers some great regional choices as well as Italian imports. Head to the bar to unwind with the wines or choose from the specialty cocktail list. The restaurant interiors, with brick-exposed walls and intimate lighting invoke a romantic charm. The outdoor patio at the back of the restaurant affords some great views of the river. Garnering stellar accolades and a slew of awards since its inception, Risibisi is your sure-shot ticket to a memorable Italian meal in town.
The wooden flooring and ample dining space at Hiro's is conducive to comfort. After getting pleasantly settled in, witness the subtle Japanese hospitality as your dish passes through deft sushi-making hands. All the sushi and rice dishes at Hiro's - Petaluma are reasonably priced. Also, a variety of sake is present to quench your thirst.
Located within the plush confines of the Sheraton Sonoma County, Tolay celebrates the culinary traditions of the Sonoma County. Executive chef Danny Mai crafts a superb menu of regional specialties using the finest of the locally grown produce, meat and seafood. Start off with the diverse selection of small plates with enough variety to suit most tastes. The mains feature good choice in seafood and meats including such delights as lobster ravioli and pan seared filet mignon. Seafood lovers should ask for the catch of the day. The restaurant sports an elegant decor with lots of natural light during daytime and an intimate atmosphere accentuated by the contemporary lighting in the evenings. The outdoor seating area affords stunning views of the marina and is an extremely popular affair.
Located in one of the wine country's most central and beautiful locations, this restaurant offers breathtaking views of the waterfront and the Sonoma hills. The interiors have a tropical and the glass ceiling and the waterfall bar complete the look. The American menu features creative dishes like the Braised Smoky Beef Short Ribs. Try the signature cocktails like the Brazilian Caipirinha. If you are one for the outdoors, dine outside on the patio or sip on your drink at the alfresco sky bar. Take your pick from the extensive wine by the glass collection. Events are hosted as well. So if you have to organize a social event, look no further. The restaurant opens daily at 11:15a.
Established in 1990, Ken Tominaga has been delighting the people of Rohnert Park with his tantalizing fares at Hana Japanese Restaurant. To taste some of the best dishes choose from 'Ken's Osusume (recommendation)'; a menu from which you can devour on the executive chef's handcrafted concoctions. They offer an extensive list of wine to accompany your food. For a complete Japanese meal, choose from their sake (alcohol made from rice) selection; Stuart Morris, the connoisseur of sake is always ready to help you with your choice.
Guests residing at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel have a wonderful option to enjoy tantalizing fares for breakfast, lunch and dinner: Bacchus Restaurant & Wine Bar. This place offers an alluring fare of American cuisine to suit the diverse palate. Named after the God of Wine, and nestled in the 'wine country', this restaurant offers a variety of labels to choose from. The restaurant also permits guests to bring in their own wine, so carry along your bottle to complement your meal.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian outback while enjoying mouthwatering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check the website for locations and menu selections.
At The BBQ spot, they are dedicated to bringing real southern-style barbecue to Sonoma county. They are all about barbecue dishes that are served in the south. Their inspiration comes mainly from Texas, as well as Memphis, Tennessee. Two of the greatest places for barbecue. They slow smoke their brisket, ribs, pulled pork, and chicken with hickory wood just like they do down south.
Located on the fringes of the Sonoma Valley Regional Park, Olive & Vine offers tantalizing fares made from local regional recipes. Chef proprietor Catherine Venturini along with her sommelier John Burdick and chef de cuisine Julie Warner, create friendly environment for their guests to feast on delicious food, which keeps them coming back for more. Opulent chandeliers hanging low from the ceiling covers the elegantly embellished restaurant in a warm glow, creating an intimate ambiance.
Located along Sonoma Creek, Wolf House is housed on the premises of Jack London Lodge—christened for the celebrated American author. The restaurant's forte lies in the surrounding natural beauty, and the large windows together with the trellis-covered decks only serve to enhance its charm. The decor within is homey and rustic. The menu includes of a wide range of sumptuous entrees comprised mostly of grilled meats and fish, while a variety of wines and desserts are also available to complement your meal.
In the heart of the serene town of Glen Ellen lies, Oyster Grill & Martini Bar. A brainchild of Karen and Christian Bertrand, this restaurant has been serving the people of Sonoma County since its inception in 1993. Nestled within the Glen Ellen Inn, Oyster Grill & Martini Bar offers tantalizing American cuisine that blends in a French flair. A refreshing menu is offered regularly to highlight the best ingredients of each season. After your meal enjoy a leisurely stroll at the Bouverie Wildflower Preserve and Sonoma Valley Regional Park or along the banks of the Suttonfield Lake, which are in close proximity to this restaurant.