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What's New: September 2017

Aug. 29th, 2017

What’s New: September 2017

SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA — Fall means harvest time in Sonoma County, when months of careful nurturing comes to fruition in the vineyards and winery crush pads. Other efforts are coming to fruition as well, with the introduction of new tasting rooms, restaurants, lodgings, tours, attractions, shops, and more.

Here’s a sampling of the bustling activity that’s under way in Sonoma Wine Country.

For a free visitors guide or information on hotels, wineries, events, spas, attractions, and dining in Sonoma County, visit www.sonomacounty.com or call 707-522-5800 or 800-576-6662. For a complete calendar of upcoming events, visit www.sonomacounty.com/sonoma-events.


Sip wine, support equal rights with Equality Vines
A passion for excellent wine and equal rights come together in the Equality Vines Tasting Room in Guerneville, in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, with 20 percent of wine sales going to the ongoing fight for equality for all.

Co-founded by Matt Grove, Michael Volpatt, and Jim Obergefell, Equality Vines is the first cause wine portfolio dedicated to equality for all people. Its limited-production, boutique wines are crafted by star-quality winemakers using fruit sourced from prized vineyards.

Each wine comes with a story, like the 2014 The Decision Pinot Noir celebrating the landmark Supreme Court decision, or the 2016 19th Amendment Sauvignon Blanc ($2 from every bottle sold goes to the League of Women’s Voters). Visit equalityvines.com/support for a list of the organizations supported by Equality Vines.

Equality Vines Tasting Room
16215 Main St.
Guerneville, CA 95446

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Larkin Volpatt Communications

Friedeman Wines opens in The Barlow
Taste award-winning Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the new Friedeman Wines tasting room in The Barlow, a 12.5-acre outdoor market district in Sebastopol, in western Sonoma County.

This family-owned boutique winery produces slightly more than 1,800 cases of wine each year. The goal is to build a lasting brand and family legacy founded on a truly unique approach and deep-seated passion for winemaking.

They focus on extremely small-scale, cool fermentations, and intervening as little as possible. All Pinot Noir is fermented in ¾-ton bins, and Chardonnay is always barrel fermented. They strive to be on the edge, creating wines with truly unique character that simply can’t be captured in commercial brands.

Friedeman Wines
180 Morris St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472

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Friedeman Wines

Jeff Cohn Cellars adds Sonoma Plaza tasting room
Winemaking is a family affair at Jeff Cohn Cellars, which recently opened a tasting room just off the historic Sonoma Plaza in the town of Sonoma, in eastern Sonoma County.

Owners Jeff and Alexandra Cohn share a passion for running their 5,000 case winery as a team: Jeff crushes the grapes, and Alexandra crunches the numbers. Founded in 1996 with just a few labels, Jeff Cohn Cellars is now a Rhone-centric and single vineyard Zinfandel-focused winery with an average of 20 wines produced each vintage. They source more than 85 percent of their grapes from Sonoma County.

The Sonoma tasting room is open noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Monday, and Thursday; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; and closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Tasting fees are $25 for a traditional flight and $35 for the reserve flight; private tasting experiences ($75) are by appointment only.

Jeff Cohn Cellars Tasting Room
535 First St. W.
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Jeff Cohn Cellars

Taste Hirsch in Healdsburg
With the opening of the cozy Hirsch Tasting Room in Healdsburg, wine lovers no longer have to travel to Hirsch Winery & Vineyards’ remote corner of the Sonoma County coast to sample its estate Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays.

Founded by David Hirsch in 1980 and perched on a ridge overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Fort Ross, Hirsch Vineyards is a complex, unique site that produces fruit and wine of unusual acidity and balance with a vintage-specific concentration of Pinot Noir or Chardonnay fruit.

Located just off Highway 101 in Healdsburg, the intimate and charming new Hirsch Tasting Room was designed by Marie Hirsch to reflect the aesthetic of the Sonoma coast and the spirit of Hirsch Vineyards.

Tastings are by appointment only for up to eight guests at a time for a communal tasting experience. Cheese maker Soyoung Scanlon of Andante Dairy personally curated a selection of world-class cheese to pair with Hirsch wines; Healdsburg SHED provides additional farm-to-table provisions.

Hirsch Winery & Vineyards Tasting Room
Open by appointment only
Healdsburg, CA 95448

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David Hirsch

Kenwood welcomes Fathia Vineyards tasting room
Sample award-winning wines made in the heart of the Sonoma Valley in the new tasting room at Fathia Vineyards, a boutique family winery in the small Wine Country town of Kenwood.

“Fathia” means victorious, and Fathia Vineyards is a successful labor of love by owner Roy and Fausta Franco-Guerrero. Their new tasting room offers a rustic and cozy vibe, designed for unhurried and intimate conversation. The winemaker is often on hand to share the winery’s story and talk about its wines.

The Premium Tasting offers a selection of current release wines, and the Truffles and Wine Pairing presents four wines perfectly paired with a variety of FEVE chocolate truffles. The tasting room is open noon-5 p.m. Thursday through Monday, and Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment; reservations required for parties of six or more.

Fathia Vineyards
8910 Sonoma Highway, Suite 11-B
Kenwood, CA

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Lupe Martin

Falcor Wines adds Sonoma tasting salon
Tucked into Vine Alley just off the historic Sonoma Plaza, the new Falcor Tasting Salon in the town of Sonoma offers a fun and friendly tasting atmosphere.

The new Sonoma County location is in addition to Falcor’s 12,000-square-foot winery and beautifully designed tasting salon in southern Napa Valley. Focusing on high-quality, small-lot productions, Falcor currently produces around 14 diverse, award-winning varietals.

Committed to long-term relationships with vineyard owners and managers, the winery’s goal is to produce wines that are in balance and multi-dimensional—very drinkable upon release and, with proper aging, retaining this balance while adding additional taste complexities.

Falcor Wines Tasting Salon
29 E. Napa St., Suite C
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Falcor Wines



Bear Republic goes lakeside in Rohnert Park
The relaxed, casual, and delicious brewpub experience of the Bear Republic Brewing Co. in Healdsburg has been transplanted a short distance south to a second location in Rohnert Park, in central Sonoma County.

The new pub, Bear Republic Brewing Company Lakeside, offers the great craft beers and tasty pub fare with a twist that makes the original Healdsburg location so successful. From Racer 5 buns made with spend grain from the brewing process to beer-battered fish ’n chips, Bear Republic chefs love to cook with beer. And of course, both locations feature an intriguing selection of Bear Republic ales and lagers on tap.

The new Rohnert Park location includes a new 10-barrel brewing system, and a 500-gallon still will eventually allow them to produce rum and whisky under the Bear Republic label. Until then, the brewpub offers cocktails featuring premium spirits from other Sonoma County producers.

A large outdoor dining area, with both adult and children’s game sections and a performance stage, overlooks a lake flanked by palm trees. The large kitchen includes a wood-fired pizza oven, and the Lakeside pub will place a greater emphasis on food-and-beer pairings.

Bear Republic Brewing Company Pub & Restaurant – Lakeside
5000 Roberts Lake Road
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

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Bear Republic

Welcome to Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen in Santa Rosa
Enjoy craft beer and cocktails, excellent food, live music, and great company in the new Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen on Fourth Street in downtown Santa Rosa, in Sonoma County.

This is the third location for Beer Baron, which already has sites in Pleasanton and Livermore. The Santa Rosa menu includes bar snacks like chicken tacos or Belgian-style duck-fat fries; small plates like green curry Thai wings or Hoisin chili lamb riblet; and main plates ranging from sandwiches and burgers to seared salmon, Cuban panini, and either duck confit or Cajun mac and cheese. There are 25 beers on tap, and more than 400 listings in the Whiskey Bible.

Beer Baron also hosts a Whiskey Club with whiskey events, options to purchase barrel select bottles, and the opportunity to try bottles only available to club members. The Whiskey Club team has worked hard to curate a collection of rare and hard to find whiskey. To become a member you must buy a $250 Beer Baron gift card, which you can use toward any tasting or visit at all Beer Baron locations.

Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen
614 Fourth St.
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

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Beer Baron Bar & Kitchen

Brewsters Beer Garden adds late night weekend menu
If you find yourself hungry from 10 p.m. to midnight on Friday or Saturday in Petaluma in Sonoma County, check out the new late-night weekend menu at Brewsters Beer Garden.

The new menu includes items like a sausage poutine, grilled corn, smoked wings, a burger, and a fried chicken sandwich. There are also fun cocktail specials like a fire whiskey shot, strawberry margarita, and more.

Offering an outdoor dining and beer garden experience with more than 350 seats, Brewsters features local craft beers paired with Southern Carolina barbecue-inspired fare — think Southern barbecue meets California produce with a refined touch of explosive flavors. Brewsters offers more than 30 revolving local craft beers on draft, as well as Sonoma County and Napa Valley wine and a full selection of spirits and cocktails.

Brewsters Beer Garden
229 Water St. N.
Petaluma, CA 94952

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Anathea Meade



Go farm to table at Kitchen 335 in Healdsburg
Comfort food using local ingredients and creating dishes from scratch are the focus at Kitchen 335, a new neighborhood restaurant in Healdsburg, in Sonoma County.

The restaurant’s motto is, “Healthy eating begins at the farm and ends at our table.” A sample menu includes appetizers like Crispy Chicken Drum Sticks, Mushroom Tart, and a local cheese platter. Entrees include fresh pasta, Lamb Meatballs, Wagu New York Strip, and Wild King Salmon. Desserts are simple — Vanilla Bean Crème Brulee, Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake, or Seasonal Fruit & Pastry Tart.

Kitchen 335
335 Healdsburg Ave.
Healdsburg, CA 95448

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Kitchen 335

Hip Chick Farms open for lunch
Known for its line of artisan, transparently sourced, chef-inspired frozen chicken and poultry products, Hip Chick Farms recently opened The Kitchen restaurant, a “chicken nugget tasting room and lunch counter” in Sebastopol, in western Sonoma County.

Hip Chick Farms is a family business, founded by Jennifer Johnson (Chef Jen) and Serafina Palandech and based on a passion for creating food that incorporates only the freshest, sustainable, and locally sourced ingredients.

Chef Jen started her career working with Alice Waters, renowned chef and proprietor of Chez Panisse. But it was as a personal chef in Ann and Gordon Getty’s kitchen, cooking for the children attending school in the Getty’s home, that Chef Jen became known for her delicious food, especially her chicken fingers. No dipping sauce is needed because it’s already in the nuggets.

In addition to organic chicken fingers in original, ketchup or maple flavors, The Kitchen restaurant menu includes sandwiches like fried buttermilk chicken with caramelized onions or a chicken meatball sub, salads, and spaghetti and meatballs. A kid’s menu and gluten-free options are available.

Hip Chick Farms: The Kitchen
124 S. Main St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472

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Hip Chick Farms

Journeyman Meat Co. open in Healdsburg
Enjoy handcrafted salumi, sausages, and seasonal fare paired with local wines at the Journeyman Meat Co., an old-world butcher shop in the Wine Country town of Healdsburg, in Sonoma County.

Owner Peter Seghesio was only three years old when his father began teaching how to craft sausage and cure meat. As an adult, Peter took the reins of the family business, Seghesio Family Vineyards, and quickly earned national accolades for Zinfandel produced from the family’s historic vineyards.

After passing the winery to new hands in 2011, Peter began traveling to Italy to study the art of Italian-style whole animal butchery under world-famous butchers Dario Cecchini of Panzano and the Marini family of Florence. He brought one of Cecchini’s leading butchers, Samuele, to join the Journeyman Meat Co. team.

The new store offers a curated butcher counter, a limited menu from the wood-fired oven, and handmade salumi delivered daily from the salumificio. It also offers seasonal meat and wine pairings, featuring wines from the family ranch along with select labels from small, local producers.

Journeyman Meat Co.
404 Center St.
Healdsburg, CA 95448

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Journeyman Meat Co.

Hare & Hatter moves to Sonoma Plaza
The popular Hare & Hatter Coffee Bar and Sausage Emporium recently relocated from its former stand inside a local hardware store to a shop in the El Paseo courtyard off the historic Sonoma Plaza in eastern Sonoma County.

Voted the best Gourmet Hotdogs in Sonoma by the public in 2015 and 2016, Hare & Hatter offers locally sourced artisan gourmet sausages served with traditional handcrafted breads, and accompanied by an array of fresh and exciting ingredients from around the world. It also serves coffee that is fresh, locally sourced, artisan, fair trade, and organic, as well as local beers and wine. It’s open for breakfast, lunch, and happy hour.

The breakfast menu includes breakfast burritos and croissants, and the Protein Breakfast Platter, with sausage, bacon, eggs with cheese, and mixed salad. The lunch menu includes a variety of gourmet sausage sandwiches, including the Vietnamese Banh Mi (pork sausage, pickled carrots, jalapenos, cucumber, sirracha mayo, cilantro, and mint); the Bombay (chicken curry sausage, masala mayo, mango chutney, cheese, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro); and the California Dream (vegan sausage, guacamole, cucumber, tomatoes, pickled carrots, and mixed greens).

Hare & Hatter Coffee Bar and Sausage Emporium
414 First St. E.
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Hare & Hatter

Acre Coffee adds downtown Santa Rosa store
Fans of dark-roast coffee drinks individually crafted by skilled baristas should check out the newest Acre Coffee location in downtown Santa Rosa, in central Sonoma County.

A total of eight customers showed up when the first Acre Coffee opened six years ago; with this new location this local chain now has five thriving stores, a bakery, and a robust coffee roasting operation. Their high quality, skillfully roasted beans are freshly ground and prepared to exacting standards. The focus is on specialty coffee and precision preparation.

Located on Santa Rosa’s Fourth Street, just across the street from the newly reunified Courthouse Square, Acre Coffee’s newest store serves coffee, pastries, and sandwiches. Open daily.

Acre Coffee – Downtown Santa Rosa
621 Fourth St.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

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Acre Coffee



Terra Glamping offers rustic luxury on Sonoma Coast
Enjoy luxury camping with stunning Pacific Ocean views courtesy of Terra Glamping on the northern Sonoma County coastline.

Each of their 10 well-appointed safari-style tents provides comfort, luxury, and a full ocean view. Take a digital detox (no Wi-Fi) as you soak in the sun, ocean, and stars. Fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean, and awaken to the sounds of nature. Each morning begins with a continental breakfast of coffee, tea, fresh fruit, yogurt, granola, and pastries, and each day ends with a nighttime campfire and s’mores.

Located along a remote stretch of Highway 1 near the tiny community of Annapolis, each 12-foot-by-14-foot Terra Glamping tent includes a porch for whale watching or stargazing, a queen-size memory-foam mattress, down bedding, and the furniture of a fine hotel room. The site includes a luxurious lounge tent, hot showers, and flushing toilets.

Terra Glamping
33005 Highway 1
Annapolis, CA 95412

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Terra Glamping



Explore Sonoma County with Chef Todd’s Epicurean Adventures
Visit small independent family-owned wineries on the back roads of Sonoma County on a one-of-a-kind food and wine tour with Chef Todd’s Epicurean Adventures.

Chef Todd Kniess, owner of Bistro Liaison in Berkeley, personally conducts each tour, including preparing an amazing multi-course lunch. Each itinerary is unique, and designed to let you to meet some of the area’s top wine and food producers.

Tour groups are limited in size to provide access to unique people and activities. Private Sonoma County tours are also available, as well as culinary adventures in France.

Chef Todd’s Epicurean Adventures
Various Locations
Sebastopol, CA 95472

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Todd Kniess

Gourmet Food and Wine Tours features beer
In addition to its wine-and-food-pairing walking tours of the Wine Country town of Sonoma, Gourmet Food and Wine Tours introduces Drew’s Brews Tours, the first walking tour in Sonoma with dedicated beer stops.

Led by Drew ReBell, the new tour will visit four different pubs and restaurants on the historic Sonoma Plaza, in order to taste at least five Sonoma County craft beers. The brews will be paired with fried pickles, cheese, sausages, and sandwiches. It will be a more casual but equally special tour compared to the company’s wine-and-food walking tours.

Gourmet Food & Wine Tours offers walking tours in Sonoma, Napa, and Marin counties. Tours are typically three hours long, and blend storytelling about local history and trends with fine wines and delicious food.

Gourmet Food & Wine Tours
Various Locations
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Renee ReBell



Go Horseback riding with a Ranger at The Ranch at Lake Sonoma
Join U.S. Army Corps Park Ranger Poppy Lozoff on horseback on the new “Interpretive Ride with a Ranger” at The Ranch at Lake Sonoma.

Lozoff will point out the beautiful flora and fauna, and explain the history and purpose of Sonoma County’s largest park (17,000 acres). Ride with a Ranger is available by advance appointment only, Monday to Friday, with a limit of five riders per tour. The cost is $119 per person; riders must be 9 or older and weigh less than 210 pounds; and no riding experience is needed. Part of the proceeds will be donated to The Friends of Lake Sonoma, for upkeep and improvements to the park.

Opened in 2016, The Ranch at Lake Sonoma offers a variety of scenic guided horseback tours on trails overlooking the Dry Creek Valley, Lake Sonoma, and the Rockpile wine region. Located just 15 minutes from downtown Healdsburg in northern Sonoma County, The Ranch provides wilderness experiences on horseback.

The Ranch at Lake Sonoma

100 Marina Drive, Lot A

Geyserville, CA 95441




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Nikki Baxes



Escape at Game the Room in Rohnert Park
Complete challenging puzzles, crack cryptic locks, and escape both figuratively and literally at Game the Room in Rohnert Park, in Sonoma County.

Game the room offers an immersive themed environment. Your group picks an escape room, and then has 60 minutes to solve puzzles, open locks, and complete the adventure. Escape rooms are highly popular in Asia, Europe, and large metropolitan areas through the U.S.

Escape rooms are the most fun when you play with people you know. Once you book a room for your group at Game the Room, no one else will be able to book it for the same time slot.

Groups are typically four to 10 people, but experienced players may be able to play with two to three people. Participants 13-17 years old are welcome as long as there are adult players in the group; an adult must be present to help each participant age 10-12; and Game the Room is not recommended for children under 10.

Game the Room
5430 Commerce Blvd., Suite 2G
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

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Game the Room



Barlow Supply Co. offers timeless products for entertaining
Find everything for you need for relaxed, gracious entertaining with distinctly California style at the new Barlow Supply Co. in Sebastopol, in western Sonoma County.

From brass tumblers meticulously handmade by brothers who work to the tunes of AC/DC in their Turkish workshop, to delectable, sweet and spicy caramel corn made by a husband and wife team out of the Berkeley workshop, every product has a story to tell at Barlow Supply Co. Their collection of playful, well-made, timeless products provides everything you need for the setting, the mood, the meal, and the entertaining.

Barlow Supply Co.
6770 McKinley St., #140
Sebastopol, CA 95472

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Barlow Supply Co.

Luxuriate naturally at Cetonia Bath & Body
Pamper yourself with natural ingredient bath products at the new Cetonia Bath & Body in the small western Sonoma County town of Duncans Mills.

All products are handmade in small batches with high-quality standards. In addition to a tantalizing variety of gorgeous bars of handmade soaps and bath fizzies, Cetonia offers infused and scented body oil, whipped body butter, bath salts, natural lip balm, and (for him) beard oil. Gift sets are available.

In addition to its store in Duncans Mills, Cetonia products are available at Soft Shell Salon in Petaluma, Field Stone Winery in Healdsburg, and Mr. Trombly’s Tea Shop in Duncans Mills.

Cetonia Bath & Body
21193 Main St.
Duncans Mills, CA 95430

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Angela Lee

Connect to global cultures at Clover Artisans
Embrace the free spirit of a modern gypsy and combine it with chic style at the new Clover Artisans store in the Foundry Wharf, a 1908 engine works plant repurposed as an award-winning office and store development in Petaluma’s historic downtown warehouse district, in southern Sonoma County.

Clover Artisans’ mission is to connect customers to global cultures through design while supporting artisan communities and crafts. Founder Samantha Petrie travels and sources beautifully made products that provide a glimpse into their native culture and the artisans who created them.

Petrie searches for items that possess a timeless, fresh aesthetic that is both rooted in global traditions and reflective of modern style. The name Clover comes from the expression “to live in clover,” which means to life the good live.

Clover Artisans
603 2nd St.
Petaluma, CA 94952

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Clover Artisans

Pamper Me provides natural products for the whole family
Under the motto, “Because ‘Me Time’ Matters,” the new Pamper Me Bath, Body & Boutique offers a wide selection of locally-made, eco- and people-friendly products in Guerneville, in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley.

This small, family-run business strives to ensure that its products have minimal impact on natural resources and the planet, and are manufactured using ethical, fair trade practices.

Pamper Me features its own line of 100 percent natural and luxurious bath and body care products, as well as fine jewelry, chocolate delicacies, organic clothing and accessories, natural beeswax candles scented with pure essential oils, luxurious fair-trade Turkish towels, gourmet picnic foods, and other products that let you enjoy the simple pleasures of life, guilt free.

Pamper Me Bath, Body & Boutique
16251 Main St., Suite 2
Guerneville, CA 95446

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High Tide offers books, games, gifts in Bodega Bay
Find something for everyone at High Tide, a boutique specialty bookstore and pop culture shop in Bodega Bay on the Sonoma County coast.

You’ll find shelves of New York Times best-selling books, classic and current graphic novels, unique card and board games, coloring books, art supplies, puzzles, action figures, bins of $1 comic books, patches, gifts for all ages, and more. High Tide is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday to Monday.

High Tide
2001 Coast Highway 1, Suite B
Bodega Bay, CA 94923

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High Tide

Essence Health & Beauty offers holistic skincare in Cotati
Holistic health and beauty practitioner Barbara Bailey recently relocated, opening Essence Health & Beauty in downtown Cotati, in central Sonoma County.

A member of the Songbird Community Healing Center in Cotati, Bailey is a holistic practitioner, licensed in skin care, massage, nutrition, Ayurveda, and yoga. Her professional practice of holistic care utilizes the Ayruvedic principles of the five elements theory, the essence of life. This model embraces an Eastern philosophy of happiness and harmony through the seasons of nature and of every age of life.

Essence Health & Beauty offers facials, massage, hands-on treatments, Reiki healing. LED light therapy, Ultrasound, Pulsed Electro-magnetic Field (PEMF), micro current, Ayruvedic rejuvenation spa therapies, and nutritional support. Skin care and spa packages are available in the office.

Essence Health & Beauty
In Office & Outcall by Appointment
Cotati, CA 94931

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Barbara Bailey

Sonoma Roadside Shops open in Sonoma
The Broadway entrance to the town of Sonoma is now graced with two stores in the new Sonoma Roadside Shops, with more businesses opening soon.

The goal is to create a unique collection of gift and home stores, gardens, garden design, and wine tasting. The renovated and expanded main building at 20820 Broadway now houses both Fat Pilgrim, a contemporary general store that was at that address for several years until closing for remodeling, and Harvest Home, a furniture and accessory store that moved to the Broadway site after years on the historic Sonoma Plaza.

Rozanski Designs, a landscape design and construction company, occupies the farmhouse behind the two stores. And a small building on the northern side of the property is being developed as the home of the new Rhone Room Wine Studio by restaurateur Sondra Bernstein. The 1.5-acre Sonoma Roadside Shops property already includes the gardens for Bernstein’s the girl & the fig restaurant.

Sonoma Roadside Shops
20820 Broadway
Sonoma, CA 95476

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Sonoma Roadside Shops


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400 Aviation Blvd., Suite 500
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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