Big Bottom Market

big bottom market™ is a nod to the past born out of the crazy minds of three successful business entrepreneurs with a keen design sense and a passion for bringing the unique yet necessary to each and every one of you.

  • Big Bottom Market entrance Photo
  • Biscuits Photo 2
  • Market Front Photo 3
  • Community Dinner Photo 4
  • Big Bottom Market entrance Photo
  • Biscuits Photo 2
  • Market Front Photo 3
  • Community Dinner Photo 4
  • Description
  • Amenities
  • Reviews
  • big bottom market™ is a nod to the past born out of the crazy minds of three successful business entrepreneurs with a keen design sense and a passion for bringing the unique yet necessary to each and every one of you. the market is hip yet retro, simple but diverse, refined yet slightly irreverent, and in general, a mix of vintage and modern sensibilities. think gourmet deli, meets farmer's market, meets a modern day general store – now add in "lumberjack chic" style – that's us.

    The Market transforms into a magical event space after dark (or before). Perfect for birthdays, corporate retreats, work meetings, and more. Whatever the celebration we are ready to make it happen. The Market can host up to 40 people for a sit down dinner or up to 60 mixing, mingling with appetizers and wine.

    Make it simple with passed appetizers or create a four-course sit down dinner. Big Bottom partners with local purveyors, insuring the best quality food, wine and beer.

    • Entree Price Range:
      • $ - Under $12
      • $$ - $13 to $25
    • Restaurant Amenities:
      • Accessible
      • Family Friendly
      • Offer Sonoma County wines
      • Outdoor Seating
      • Serve Beer and/or Wine
      • Serve Breakfast
      • Serve Lunch
    • Lived up to the hype

      Stopped in for lunch on a lovely day. We had a dog with us so we sat at a sidewalk table, but we noticed one couple with a fairly large dog went inside and sat at the counter table in one of the...

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    • Good food but bad service

      We loved our sandwiches, the one with arugula and proscuito is delish, but we had to wait more than 20 minutes for it and we were almost the only ones in the place. I would hate to see it when its...

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    • The Best Lunch in Town

      Such a quaint little town we ran into this little market place. The Biscuits caught me eye as I am a lover of biscuits. I had the Colonel Armstrong which was curried Chicken with raisins, cashews...

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