crudite plate with hummus and vegetables
Scout Field Bar by Heather Irwin

On The Radar: 5 New Sonoma County Restaurants You Should Know

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Life moves fast, and sometimes in the rush to get to another new restaurant we forget to appreciate some of the recent openings that ranked high on our “must try” list.  Click through the above gallery to see five restaurants we’re excited about this spring.

Montage Hotel, Hazel Hill and Scout Bar

cocktail overhead at scout field bar
Heather Irwin

The cocktails and the view are absolutely stunning. There are hits and misses on the menu, but we loved the miso crudite, fresh bread and French onion soup. Read more. 100 Montage Way, Healdsburg, montagehotels.com/healdsburg/dining

Table Culture Provisions

Everything about this pop-up turned brick-and-mortar (which took over Wishbone in Petaluma) is well thought out and made with care and love. Brunch is extra-special. Read more. 841 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, 707-796-3375

Coyote Sonoma

steak and vegetables on white plate
Heather Irwin

Simple, sharable noshes in a convivial outdoor-indoor space from catering chef Tim Vallery. Read more. 44 Mill St., Healdsburg, 707-433-4444

Altamont General Store

colorful salad at altamont general store

Madly in love with this Brooklyn-in-Occidental mercantile and gourmet picnic pick-up spot. Big bowls, hearty salads and lots of surprises each day. Read more. 3703 Main St., Occidental, 707-874-6053

Zimi Pizza

hand holding pizza with chickenDino's Greek food truck owner Dino Moniodis has taken over the permanent wood-fired pizza space at The Block — a food truck drive-up now with a full bar! With red, white and green bases, the toppings include cherry tomatoes, sausage, olives, and figs (the Kratos) or fontina, gruyere, oregano, purple potatoes, bacon, green onions, creme fraiche and Carolina BBQ sauce (the Pegasus). Wow. 20 Grey Street, Petaluma, eatzimi.com.


By: Heather Irwin