Sonoma County Restaurant Week is Happening NOW!
Sonoma County Restaurant Week is in full swing. We’re proud to see that several esteemed Petaluma restaurants are participating. Read below for details on dining options!
March 9th – March 15th, 2015
Enjoy two-course lunch menus at $10, $15 or $20 price points
Enjoy three-course dinner menus at $19, $29 or $39 price points
(Depends on each participating restaurant)
Click here to see where Facebook Fans are suggesting!
With sushi grade seafood and a wide selection of sake and red/white wines, Andy’s Kitchen & Sushi Bar features a tapas menu with a variety of southeast Asian eats such as Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Asian Fusion. The chef, Andrew Ma, has been recognized with an honorable mention award for the Sushi Masters Competition. Lunch plans include the $15 or $20 option and the dinner option is priced at $29. Click here for the Sonoma County Restaurant Week menu.
140 2nd Street, Suite 100, Petaluma
Inspired by Northern California’s Wine Country, Bistro 100 is a French-Californian Fusion restaurant featuring all local ingredients (including beer and wine) within a 100-mile radius of Petaluma. Offering the $39 dinner price point, Sonoma County Restaurant Week menu highlights include Fettucini with Truffle Pork Sausage and Green Garlic, Marin Sun Farms Grilled Bavette Steak and Petaluma Kennebec pomme frites, Chocolate Pots de Crème, Lavender Crème Brulee and locally sourced cheese options.
500 First Street, Petaluma
Participating in Sonoma County Restaurant Week’s lunch and dinner plans ($15 and $39), LUMA is nicely situated in Petaluma’s Riverfront Warehouse District. With a menu inspired by the Mugnaini wood-fired oven, specialty dishes include seared brussels sprouts with pancetta, bacon-wrapped dates with goat cheese and thin crust pizzas. Make sure to check out the global wine list, offering reasonably priced, diverse options.
3120 Lakeville Highway, Petaluma
One of our favorite spots in Petaluma, Pub Republic is offering the $29 dinner plan for Sonoma County Restaurant Week. According to Zagat.com, “…this casual and classy American is making its mark on the Petaluma dining scene with sustainably raised, reasonably priced steaks, seafood, burgers and small plates, plus rotating taps on draft; a long wooden bar, tables and comfy booths fill the lively dining room…” Click here for menu highlights.
Rosso Pizzeria & Mozzarella Bar
151 Petaluma Blvd. South, #123, Petaluma
With the $19 dinner plan available, Rosso prides itself on sustainability and passionate food – handcrafted pizzas and pastas with locally sourced ingredients and cheeses and pastas created fresh daily. The Sonoma County Restaurant Week menu includes house made Burrata and Prosciutto with a salad a pizza selection.
Seared Steak & Seafood
170 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma
Toted as the only premier, fresh steak and seafood house in town, Seared is a proud member of the Sonoma County “Go Local” Cooperative. Executive Chef Joe O’Donnell selects only the freshest ingredients available from local Petaluma markets, farms and vendors as well as those throughout Marin and Sonoma Counties. With the $39 Restaurant Week dinner plan available, highlights range from Yellowtail Crudo and Wild Halibut to Dry Aged NY Strip and Sticky Toffee Cake.
841 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma
A self-proclaimed “fun little foodie club house on the edge of town,” Wishbone relishes in the local sustainability theme, working closely with local farmers and ranchers. Offering the $15 Sonoma County Restaurant Week lunch plan and the $39 dinner plan, delectable eats include Sweet Maple Squash and Caramelized Onion on house made bread, Duck and Rabbit Pasta, Spring Vegetable Risotto and Chocolate Truffle with house made Peanut Butter and Caramel.
We hope you can make it to one (or more!) of these incredible dining options this week. Make sure to check out our blog regularly for continued Petaluma community updates, as well as interesting reads about Sonoma, Marin and Napa Counties. You can also Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and Like us on Facebook for details on new listings, sold properties and industry news.
*Images from Sonoma County Restaurant Week website