Enjoy a Taste of Healdsburg at Sonoma County Restaurant Week
Posted by: Best Western Dry Creek Inn
Savor the Flavors of Healdsburg during Sonoma County Restaurant Week
Calling all foodies! The most exciting food event of the year is coming to California wine country for ten days of unforgettable gourmet dining. Starting Friday, March 1st and running through Sunday, March 10th, you can experience special multi-course menus at an incredible price for lunch and dinner. Renowned chefs have chosen their favorite dishes that highlight the local bounty of Sonoma County. Prices start at only $10 for a two-course lunch and $19 for a three-course dinner.
Delicious Wine Country Cuisine from top Healdsburg Restaurants
Sonoma County has blossomed into one of the top dining destinations in the world. With spectacular vineyards around every bend and local farms producing some of the freshest produce, cheese, and meat in California, Healdsburg sits at the center of this culinary wonderland. From our hotel, you can drive to many of the Sonoma County Restaurant Week locations in just a few minutes. Best of all, if you have a room at Dry Creek Inn, you won't have to worry about a long drive back to San Francisco. Turn your meal into a fun long weekend.
The finest restaurants in Healdsburg are waiting for you! Check out a few of the places in Downtown Healdsburg participating in the 2019 Sonoma County Restaurant Week:
Costeaux French Bakery
Mateo's Cocina Latina
8 Dragons Restaurant
Relish Culinary Adventures
Bear Republic Brewing
Barrels, Brews and Bites
Dry Creek Kitchen
All of these places are less than five minutes from Dry Creek Inn. For a meal to remember, we suggest booking a table immediately for Barndiva, a well-known destination for upscale California cuisine. If you love craft beer, head to Bear Republic to enjoy tasty pub food with a twist. Or add a little spice to your Sonoma County Restaurant Week with a trip to Mateo's Cocina Latina.
Mouthwatering Menus for Less during 2019 Sonoma County Restaurant Week
Healdsburg restaurants offer something for every taste, whether you're in the mood for California cuisine, Asian food, or pizza. Chefs in wine country are famous for using locally-grown ingredients to create seasonal dishes that reflect the bounty of Sonoma County. The most fun part of your meal is choosing which wine you want to pair with your lunch or dinner. With hundreds of renowned vineyards in the region, every restaurant in Healdsburg takes pride in their wine list. Sonoma County Restaurant Week is an excellent time to try a new vintage or varietal from Dry Creek, Alexander, or the Russian River Valley.
At lunchtime, you can indulge in a two-course meal with prices starting at only $10 per person or $15 depending on the restaurants. For dinner, you can savor a three-course meal with prices at $19, $29, or $39. Brand new for 2019 is the "Pastry Perk Special" where local coffee shops, bakeries, and pie shops are offering a sweet treat for a discount.
Make Healdsburg Hotel Reservations for the Dining Event of the Year
Don't miss the best deals on Sonoma County restaurants when you plan a trip to charming Healdsburg this March. Your first step to dining success? Reserve a beautiful wine country suite at Dry Creek Inn located just minutes from the heart of Healdsburg. Along with more than 150 world-class wineries, our hotel gives you easy access to the best chefs and dining destinations in Sonoma County.
Your exciting day of Sonoma foodie adventures begins from the moment you wake up at our Healdsburg hotel. Kick off your morning with our complimentary breakfast, then change into your workout clothes for free Yoga classesfree Yoga classes in our Prada Patio (available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). You'll feel refreshed and fueled up for the day ahead. If you have reservations for lunch and dinner, you can visit a Dry Creek Valley winery in the afternoon, then swing back to the hotel to freshen up for your dinner plans. Make a reservation todayMake a reservation today so you don't miss out on Sonoma County Restaurant Week this year.