An excellent option for locally grown produce is Al’s Fruit Stop, says Melanie Wong. “Celebrity” tomatoes, grown organically in a Geyserville garden, are $1.50 a pound. Al also has locally grown lemon cucumbers and heirloom tomatoes. He’s open later than many stands, and the van is there six days a week–on Mondays, he drives to Winters for melons and to Arbuckle for pistachios. He says he buys direct from family farms and doesn’t sell brokered fruit.
Al’s Fruit Stop [Sonoma County]
Van parked off of Hwy. 101 on the south access road to Geyserville
Hwy. 101 and Geyserville Ave., Geyserville 95441
Al’s Fruit Stop in Geyserville