North Bay Food & Drink
Where the North Bay meets the San Rafael Bridge lies the quaint city of Larkspur. Much is unchanged in this “naughty town” since 1849, when San Francisco gentlemen came here to rendez-vous in secret with their girlfriends.
Discover local hidden gems, wineries, the best places to shop, eat, drink, relax and recreate. Then, top off the day with an evening of live entertainment!
Named after the patron saint of new discoveries, St. Helena is, indeed, worth discovering. A mere 66 minutes north of San Francisco and barely 20 minutes from Napa, St. Helena offers excellent food, recreation, world […]
Wine Country isn’t just tasting rooms and rolling vinyards. Head north on a daytrip to explore the new and improved Napa Riverfront and downtown area. This flourishing neighborhood is experiencing a renaissance of cuisine, shopping, splurging, staying, and of course, sipping.
Take an eating road trip through the North Bay. There’s sustainable food in Pt. Reyes, delicious oysters in Marshall, and traditional French cheese and deep dish pizza in downtown Petaluma.
Lake Berryessa is the largest lake in Napa County. It’s a great spot for the entire family. Discover the ghost town that lies beneath this man-made reservoir formed by the Monticello Dam, and the lives […]
Take a bite out of history and journey to discover some of the Bay Area’s oldest roadhouses and restaurants, many that have been in business since before the 1900’s.
Get festive and explores some of the Bay Area’s hottest festivals. From Outside Lands Music Fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park to Oakland’s Eat Real Street Food Festival and the Sausalito Art Festival, join us as we cover the Bay Area’s best summer festivals.
Fajitas have become a staple on the menu at most Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants in the San Francisco area. Here are five North Bay Restaurants that put the sizzle and pop into this delicious dish.
Touring the best vintage from Napa Valley, the heart and soul of California wine country, doesn’t have to cost fortune. Expert George M. Taber shares his top tips.