Plan Your Visit
Sonoma County is known for so many reasons. If you’re visiting from out of town, we want you to enjoy each and every one of them!
Award winning wines, fine dining and boutique hotels, as well as a thriving bike culture and many local activities – we have something for everyone!
Hotels & Lodging
Whether you’re looking for a boutique hotel, luxury suite, or something more reasonably priced, Sonoma County has options for everyone.
Hotel E – 37 Old Courthouse Square, Santa Rosa, (707) 481-3750
Our brand new, four-star boutique hotel is ideally situated in the iconic beaux-arts building on the recently restored Old Courthouse Square in downtown Santa Rosa. Hotel E is within easy walking distance to all that downtown Santa Rosa has to offer!
Hotel La Rose – 308 Wilson Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 579-3200
Hotel La Rose has anchored Santa Rosa’s Historic Railroad Square since 1907. With its comfortable atmosphere, friendly and attentive staff, Hotel La Rose is perfect for both business executives and vacationers looking for a place to call home while exploring Sonoma County.
Hyatt Regency – 170 Railroad Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 284-1234
Immerse yourself in Sonoma’s riches: fine food and wine, creative activities, and natural wonders. A short drive from vineyards, redwoods, and the beaches of Bodega Bay, our 8-acre retreat captures the rustic feel of a winery filled with local art.
Best Western – 870 Hopper Avenue, Santa Rosa, (707) 545-9000
In the heart of Sonoma Wine Country, The Best Western Plus Wine Country Inn & Suites is available to serve the needs of both corporate, family travelers, and wedding parties.
The Sandman – 3421 Cleveland Avenue, Santa Rosa, (707) 293-2100
With the convenience of a roadside inn and the character of a vibrant Wine Country hotel, The Sandman invites guests to experience the best of Sonoma County. Within our walls, you can be certain of the following: the art is local, the service is warm, and the amenities are thoughtful.
Sonoma County has a thriving cycling community. Please take time to visit some of the local bike shops that help keep our community vibrant.
Norcal Bike Sport – 425 College Avenue, Santa Rosa, (707) 573-0112
As the world’s first Specialized Concept Store, we are able to offer everything from introductory road and mountain bikes all the way through to pro level race machines.
Trek Bicycle – 512 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, (707) 546-8735
Trek Bicycle Santa Rosa is Santa Rosa’s premier bike shop, offering the best products from Trek and Bontrager in addition to service and tune-ups on bikes from any brand with a 48-hour turn-around.
Breakaway Bikes – 4235 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, (707) 586-3400
Breakaway Bike’s team has a vast skill set rooted in the early days of mountain biking. Having over 100 combined years experience in the industry we are here to serve your needs; be it for family related cycling, road or gravel, mountain biking or wheel building we have the knowledge and skills.
Echelon Cycle & Multisport – 125 5th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 528-1133
We have a few guiding principles we like to adhere to: 1. Only stock excellent quality goods (especially bikes). 2. We stand behind what we sell. 3. Keep it current. 4. Get out there! 5. Be nice.
Bike Peddler – 605 College Avenue, Santa Rosa, (707) 571-2428
For 40 years, the Bike Peddler has been your neighborhood bike shop. Mountain bikes from Specialized, Santa Cruz, Marin, Yeti, Ibis and Kona. Cruisers, hybrids, and city bikes from Electra and Schwinn. Bmx from Fit and Eastern Bikes. Kid’s bikes of all sizes from 12″-24″ wheels.
Sonoma County is not only known for it’s wines, but also for exceptional dining. Whether you prefer fine dining or a greasy spoon, we have food you’ll love!
La Rosa Tequileria and Grill – 500 4th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 523-3663
Mexican cuisine that blends contemporary and traditional, a commitment to craft tequila, excellent service, and a fun and relaxed atmosphere From tequila tastings to quiet dinners to large parties, at La Rosa we’re here to provide you with more.
Mac’s Deli & Cafe – 630 4th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 545-3785
Mac’s Deli & Cafe is the oldest continuing breakfast and sandwich cafe in Sonoma County. It would be surprising if there was another deli of that type within the county’s 1,550 square miles that could match Mac’s reputation for building New York-style sandwiches in the same location for over 60 years.
Belly Left Coast Kitchen & Tap Room – 523 4th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 526-5787
By “Left Coast”, we are emphasizing our dedication of focusing the menu, and a majority of our beer & wines, towards the five Pacific states: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Hawaii. We utilize seasonal products to continually rotate specials, in addition to enhancing some of our more regular staples.
Haku Sushi – 518 7th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 541-6359
Haku specializes in Japanese cuisine, both sushi and traditional kitchen fare. We have over 30 signature rolls and bento box-style lunches. Haku blends traditional sushi dishes with hip signature rolls topped with house-made sauces using the freshest ingredients.
Lococo’s Cucina Rustica – 117 4th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 523-2227
Whether you have always dreamed of the Italian countryside or come from an Italian family yourself, our beautiful cuisine and warm, traditional atmosphere can take you back to that delightful Italian memory. At LoCoco’s Cucina Rustica, authenticity is our priority.
Stark Reality Restaurants
James Beard Outstanding Restaurateur semifinalists Mark and Terri Stark together own and operate six of Sonoma County’s favorite, and most highly rated, restaurants: Monti’s Rotisserie, Bird & The Bottle, Willi’s Wine Bar and Stark’s Steak & Seafood in Santa Rosa, and Willi’s Seafood and Bravas Bar de Tapas in Healdsburg. Information on and menus for all 6 restaurants can be found at the Stark Reality Restaurants website.
You’ll be riding through the middle of California’s wine country! This is a great opportunity to visit some of the wineries that have made Sonoma County famous.
Battaglini Wines – 2948 Piner Road, Santa Rosa, (707) 578-4091
Several miles west of downtown Santa Rosa, Battaglini’s old vine Zinfandel vineyards are located in the heart of Russian River Valley Zinfandel territory. Battaglini’s small, homespun tasting room is one of a kind.
Kendall-Jackson – 5007 Fulton Road, Fulton, (707) 576-3800
Kendall-Jackson is one of the biggest names in California wine, and Sonoma County wine country is K-J’s home turf. And there’s much more to visiting Kendall-Jackson Winery than wine tasting: it’s an educational and culinary experience.
Trecini Winery – 684 7th Street, Santa Rosa, (707) 525-9400
Trecini Winery, a boutique winery, where the wines possess lower alcohol content, allowing for true varietal and softer undertones. We believe the grapes should express themselves without excessive manipulation, therefore letting “the wine speak for itself“.
Carol Shelton Wines – 3354-B Coffey Lane, Santa Rosa, (707) 575-3441
Described as a master of the ‘Zen of Zin,’ pioneering winemaker Carol Shelton started her career in the 1970s, but challenges old notions of the ‘feminine touch’ in winemaking with her bold, ripe Zinfandels, Petite Sirahs and flamboyant ‘Wild Thing’ rosé.
Siduri Wines – 241 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, (707) 433-6000
Our winemaking goal is to produce Pinot Noir that best captures the distinct flavor and character of a given vineyard site. To that end, we focus only on Pinot Noir, and source only from vineyards that provide us with exceptional fruit.
Korbel – 13250 River Road, Guerneville, (707) 824-7676
The Korbel story is more than a chapter in Sonoma County history. It is the saga of two enterprising families with pioneer spirits and old-world resourcefulness who envisioned the great opportunities emerging from the development of 19th-century America.
Sonoma County isn’t just about wine. We’re also become one of the nation’s premier spots when it comes to excellent, award winning craft brewing!
Russian River Brewing Co. – 700 Mitchell Ln, Windsor, CA, (707) 545-BEER
At Russian River Brewing Company we focus on traditional aggressively hopped California style ales, Belgian inspired ales, and barrel aged beers. We brew a full line up of ales and lagers for our pub and for limited distribution.
Lagunitas Brewing Co. – 1280 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, (707) 769-4495
Brewed in a bizarre old world tradition using only water, hops, yeast, and malted barley. We sell our beers locally and across the states.
Bear Republic Brewing Co. – 5000 Roberts Lake Rd Rohnert Park, (707) 585-2722
Bear Republic develops hand-crafted ales and lagers brewed and aged using the traditional “art” of the masters. The daring and bold brews of Bear Republic have earned top honors in the American brewing industry.
HenHouse Brewing Co. – 322 Bellevue Ave, Santa Rosa, (707) 978-4577
Founded in 2011, we crank out awesome beers 30 barrels at a time in uncompromising and fearless pursuit of our goal: creating new and interesting kinds of delicious. We love beer, people, and Sonoma County.
Crooked Goat Brewing Co. – 120 Morris Street, Suite 120, Sebastopol, (707) 827-3893
We’ve created a unique little brewery that we hope is not only a great place to hang out but also positively represents West County’s independent spirit.
Cooperage Brewing Co. – 981 Airway Ct. Suite G, Santa Rosa (707) 293-9787
Cooperage Brewing Company produce Cellar beers: small batch, artisan, barrel aged sour ales meant for aging as well as more traditional beer styles.
Sonoma County has a rich and varied history. While you’re here, please enjoy some of the local activities we’re proud of.
Snoopy Museum – 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa – (707) 579-4452
Sonoma County Canopy Tours – 6250 Bohemian Highway, Occidental – (888) 494-7868
Fort Ross State Park & Monument – 19005 Coast Highway One, Jenner – (707) 847-3286
Sonoma County Museum – 425 Seventh Street, Santa Rosa – (707) 579-1500
Jack London State Park & Home – 2400 London Ranch Road, Glen Ellen – (707) 938-5216
Luther Burbank Home & Gardens – 204 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa – (707) 524-5445