Restaurants in Healdsburg
Healdsburg restaurants vary in cuisine, from refined America to traditional Mexican and include upscale Michelin-starred spots and casual, local favorites. Expect an intense focus on the amazing seasonal produce of Northern California and, of course, local wines that play a starring role in each of the wine bars and restaurants in Healdsburg.
Some of the best restaurants in Healdsburg are located inside the city’s hotels. One of these is Dry Creek Restaurant, located inside Hotel Healdsburg. Charlie Palmer brings his NYC-style to this Healdsburg restaurant with hearty American cooking that plays with the bountiful local produce and pairs with — what else? — an extensive wine list composed exclusively of Sonoma bottles. And if you picked up a bottle or two that you loved during a fabulous Sonoma winery tour earlier in your vacation, bring it to dinner: the restaurant waves the corkage fee on your first two bottles from local wineries.
Named after one of Italy’s most popular—and loudest—card games, this understated Sonoma County trattoria telegraphs authenticity and delivers with cooking that gets the details right.
At the Healdsburg, the lawn is the best place for a cold drink. The raspberry lemonade here is spiked with vodka and Chambord, while the margarita is a mix of tequila, Patrón Citrónge, simple syrup, and fresh lime juice.
Located at the Singletree Inn, this small diner serves breakfast all day. There is not much in the way of decorations, but patrons come for the food, which includes everything from blueberry pancakes to biscuits and gravy, and even a breakfast burrito.
This spin-off of a Napa Valley original is located in Healdsburg’s bustling town square.
A locavore’s paradise, this all–regionally sourced, all-sustainable restaurant (set in a soaring, modern version of a red barn) takes haute farmyard cuisine to a whole new level.
Sonoma Valley dining doesn’t get any finer than it does here, at this two-Michelin-starred restaurant set in Healdsburg’s Hotel Le Mars.
Chef Charlie Palmer has been a busy fellow since he first opened his landmark NYC restaurant, Aureole, back in 1988.
Housed in a small, narrow building, this neighborhood bistro serves locally inspired French cuisine along with a selection of exclusively Sonoma wines.
With a focus on seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, the chefs at Zin Restaurant make almost everything from scratch, including condiments, breads, charcuteries, and desserts. In addition, they also incorporate fresh produce from the restaurant’s own Eastside Farm.
Pig is something of an obsession at this petite café at the back of Copperfield’s Books. You can get the house-made bacon on a salad, in a sandwich, on pizza, or on pasta. Or throw dietary caution to the winds and dive into the pork-cheek sandwich.