Prior to my current downtown home, I spent eight years living in a delightful granny unit which bordered Julliard Park. South A Street, known as the SOFA District, is just around the corner; I’ll discuss SOFA in my next post. Julliard Park is located at 227 Santa Rosa Avenue, just south of downtown. This 9.1… Continue reading Julliard Park Neighborhood
Just west of downtown Santa Rosa, on the opposite side of the mall, is the Historic Railroad Square district. Railroad Square is a delightful area for shopping, strolling, and dining. This week, I will share some of my favorite spots. Jack and Tony’s Jack and Tony’s is the downtown area’s very own whisky bar. I… Continue reading Railroad Square
July 2018 Update: Sprenger’s Tap Room has closed, so no more Saturday brunches there. Recently, though, I have been to a couple great Saturday night shows at The Local Barrel. Follow The Local Barrel on Facebook for news of occasional, upcoming Saturday night entertainment. See “Sunday Fun-Day” section below for more information. Original Post: There’s… Continue reading (Almost) Daily Guide for Downtown Santa Rosa
There’s been oodles written about Russian River Brewery’s beer by those with more qualified palettes than mine. I’ll let you google the recipes and beer-speak reviews at your leisure. Last post I talked about the community I’ve found here. This week, I’ll will give a few tips and share my favorites from the menu. Plenty… Continue reading Russian River Brewing Co. Part II
The folks at Visit Santa Rosa say Santa Rosa is where “wine country meets beer city” Downtown Santa Rosa represents the city well by being home to two (soon to be three) breweries, not to mention (as I will in an upcoming post) several other pubs worthy of visiting. Many of us have our favorite… Continue reading Hops & Hugs at Russian River Brewing Co.