Santa Rosa restaurants

Top Choice International in Santa Rosa

Flower + Bone

From the foraging, pickling, preserving Santa Rosa couple behind the Naked Pig comes Flower + Bone. The cuisine is inspired by ancient cooking techniques, including bone broths, pasture-raised meat and housemade hoo…
Californian in Santa Rosa

Spinster Sisters

At Santa Rosa's culinary vanguard, this casual market-driven restaurant makes its own bagels, cheese and charcuterie meats. The diverse tapas-like small plates ($7 to $14) pair well with the extensive wine list.
Nepali in Santa Rosa


Like its sister restaurant in Glen Ellen, this places serves up spectacular Indian and Nepali dishes, but unlike the Glen Ellen location, this one offers a brunch smorgasbord every Saturday and Sunday with spicy cur…
Bakery in Santa Rosa

Criminal Baking Co

A superior Santa Rosa bakery, with delicious vegan banana-walnut cookies, three-cheese knishes and supernutritious lunches such as the 'warrior bowl,' which comes with spinach, quinoa, potatoes, artichokes, bacon an…
Cafe in Santa Rosa

Naked Pig

This tiny cafe in a former bus depot makes everything from scratch and serves simple-delicious, farm-to-table breakfasts and lunches at communal tables.
Mexican in Santa Rosa

Taqueria Las Palmas

For Mexican, this is the real deal, with standout carnitas (barbecued pork), homemade salsas and veggie burritos.
American in Santa Rosa

Jeffrey’s Hillside Cafe

East of downtown, near Sonoma Valley, chef-owned Jeffrey’s is excellent for breakfast or brunch before wine tasting.
Pizza in Santa Rosa

Rosso Pizzeria & Wine Bar

Fantastic wood-fired pizzas, inventive salads and standout wines make Rosso worth seeking out.
Caribbean in Santa Rosa

El Coqui

Unique in Wine Country, El Coqui serves yummy Puerto Rican food, including stuffed plantains. Beer and wine.