Pascaline Patisserie & Cafe

5 Sweet Restaurant Week Treats in Sonoma County

Sierra Downey

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Sonoma County Restaurant Week has expanded this year to welcome not just “Pastry Perks” but all kinds of sweet treats imaginable. In between enjoying finely crafted culinary experiences for lunch and dinner, treat yourself to a discount on some of the region’s most delightful sweet nibbles. Here’s your guide to some of the goodies on offer throughout Sonoma County Restaurant Week—and all for $5.

Retrograde Coffee Roasters, Sebastopol

$5 Sweet Treat: Your choice of any fresh baked pastry from Red Bird Bakery and a 12 oz drip coffee

At Retrograde Coffee Roasters, situated right on Main Street in Sebastopol, visitors are greeted like family from the moment they step in the door. Freshly roasted coffee in signature teal bags adorns one wall, while rotating exhibits of local artists’ work graces the others. This coffee shop is a community.

Petaluma Pie Company, Petaluma

$5 Sweet Treat: Mini pie of your choice and a cup of coffee  

Nestled in the charming Putnam Plaza right in the heart of Petaluma’s historic downtown, Petaluma Pie Company is a staple. Enjoy handmade savory and sweet pies of all flavors that use ingredients either bought directly from local farmers and producers or grown by the owners themselves. Dig into your pie along the tree-lined square right outside the shop or take a stroll to the Petaluma River to enjoy your pie overlooking the water.

Criminal Baking Co. & Noshery, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol

$5 Sweet Treat: Choice of Regular or Gluten-Free Breakfast Pastry + Cup of Coffee or Tea $5

Enjoy a selection of fresh handmade pastries that change on a daily basis at Criminal Baking. With flaky savory croissants, creamy fruit Danishes, and delectable scone flavors, Criminal Baking is sure to have something you've never tried before. 

TIPS Roadside, Kenwood

$5 Sweet Treat: Beignets & Coffee or tea

Treat yourself to a taste of southern-inspired hospitality right here in the heart of Wine Country at TIPS Roadside in Kenwood. What began as a side passion project over a decade ago has quickly become part of the fabric of the local Sonoma County community. And once you get a taste, you’ll see why. Try their famous beignets during this year’s Restaurant Week.

Pascaline Patisserie & Café, Sebastopol

$5 Sweet Treat: 12oz Hot Chocolate and a Cannelé

This French gastronomic gem, found between Gravenstein apple orchards and world-class grape vines, will steal your heart. Buttery brioche, croissants, and flakey Kouign-amann French pastries populate their pastry case daily, while their lunch menu extends to the creative lunches inspired by France and crafted from fresh local ingredients.