Healdsburg/Sonoma Dining Recommendations

Old Apr 30th, 2004, 12:25 PM
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Healdsburg/Sonoma Dining Recommendations

Does anyone have any great dining recommendations in the Healdsburg area?

We're looking for both upscale and casual.

Thanks for your recommendations!
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Old Apr 30th, 2004, 12:50 PM
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Cafe Le Haye in the town of Sonoma might be what you're looking for. Definitly need reservations.
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In Sonoma, Cafe La Haye is very good, also the Girl and the Fig. We have also enjoyed casual meals at The Swiss Hotel out on the back patio.

For upscale in Healdsburg, we enjoyed The Dry Creek Kitchen and for casual in Geyserville at the Chateau Souverain, The Alexander Valley Grille has a wonderful prix fixe lunch. ***kim***
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Just got back from there. The new Willi's Seafood in Healdsburg is smart casual, very lively and fabulous food/wine. Served tapas- style (small plates)Also very good in Healdsburg is Manzanitas.They have a wood oven for pizzas and plank salmon, yum. In Sonoma, try the dining room at the new Ledson Hotel. It also has "small plate" dining and is excellent. They have music there as well.So many good choices in that area, sigh.
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Plaza Bistro in Sonoma is good as is Girl and Fig. For very very casual - try Taylor's Refreshers - old style driveup burger place but huge portions and of course, wine!
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Taylor's Refresher is in St. Helena, isn't it? Or did it move? ***kim***
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