North Bay Food & Drink
Sonoma is the gateway to Northern California’s wine country, just 40 miles north of San Francisco. Here, visitors discover the intersection of sunshine, vineyards and history that makes Sonoma unique as the birthplace of California statehood in 1846. Add the lure of seasonal festivals for a great getaway destination offering lots more than wonderful wineries.
Mill Valley, located in Marin County just minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge is a town that rocks, for many reasons!
The North Bay might be best known for its many vineyards, but it is also home to some of the Bay Area’s best farmers markets.
Whether you are looking for respite from a rainy day or just need some hangover food, there is no substitute for the comforts of Chinese cuisine enjoyed from your couch.
Buffets take the cake when it comes to satisfying a hungry stomach. See what the North Bay has to offer in all-you-can-eats.
As some residents purposefully hide the sign, Bolinas might not be the easiest town to find. But jump on CA-1 North past Stinson Beach, around the Bolinas Lagoon and hang a left into Bolinas.
Discover small town charm mixed with celebrity glitz in Geyserville. Sip, take a dip, discover your inner movie buff and see where Lady Gaga likes to eat.
Head north from San Francisco to Occidental California, where you can have a zip line adventure flying through the trees, have dinner in an historic hotel, browse the “mom and pop” shops, and bed down at the beautiful bed and breakfast.
Stinson Beach is just 20 miles north of San Francisco. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge, head out Highway 1, and you’re there.
Spend a delicious day in Tomales Bay and explore the stunning beauty of this protected area near Point Reyes and the unique oyster culture it has produced.