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6 Day Itinerary for Sonoma, Napa and San Francisco, including a Wedding!

shadylane | Aug 21, 201106:32 PM     14

In advance, thank you for reading yet another (tedious?) itinerary. Really, the graciousness of all you San. Fran Bay Area CH folks is impressive. I'll just mention I've done my homework on CH (and consulted maps) and realize our Sonoma and Napa plans involve a lot of back and forth driving, but this is mainly related to revolving plans around the wedding (Relais du Soleil) we're attending on Sat. 8/27. In particular, I'm wondering if the drive to SF on Sun. morning from Yountville via Farmer's Market in Sebastopol, clearly adding a lot of time in the car, is worth it. We really hoped to to experience Mateo Granados and that's the only location we found that fits our schedule. His new venture in Healdsburg hasn't opened yet. :(

Critiques, suggestions, replacements and a reality check would be greatly appreciated. As far as restaurant suggestions, we're looking in moderate and up range, but not TFL or Cyrus range. You'll get a sense of our food preferences from list below. BTW, this is our first trip to CA!!! Thanks, again.

Thursday

12:00 Arrive SFO

Depart car rental place for Healdsburg

NEED Lunch on the way to Healdsburg

Check in to hotel and stroll around Healdsburg

8:00 Barndiva

Friday

8:30 ish Breakfast at Bovolo and then drive to Glen Ellen

11:15 Tour at Benziger

NEED lunch on way to Yountville from Glen Ellen

3:30 Check in to hotel in Yountville

5:00 Rehearsal "dinner" (we don't plan to eat much) in Glen Ellen (Relais du Soleil)

9:30 Bar menu at Redd (walking distance to our hotel) or Terra

Sat.

8:30 ish Breakfast at Bouchon Bakery

10:00 Tour at Round Pond

1:00 Lunch at Addendum

4:00 Wedding at Relaid du Soleil

Sun.

leave Yountville for San Fran. (staying on Nob Hill)

Grab coffee (Bouchon Bakery again???) on way to Sebastopol Farmer's Market

brunch: Mateos Granados

Drive to San Francisco via coastal route???

8:00 La Ciccia

Mon.

NEED Breakfast (between Nob Hill and Pier 39)

10:30 Alcatraz tour

1:30 Lunch at Kokkari

3:00 Presidio walk ??? Mission area walk?? Clement St.

Dinner Delfina Pizzeria (a must for my husband)

10:00 After dinner cocktail at Bourbon and Branch (walk back to Hotel in Nob HIll)

Tues.

8:30 ish NEED Breakfast

10:00 Lunch at Ferry Market maybe Il cane Rosso?

2:30 SFMOMA - expresso at Blue Bottle

Dinner? NEED suggestions: Perbacco (too much Italian after La Ciccia and Delfina?)

La Folie, Canteen? I've run out of steam with this last meal!

Wed. very early flight to NY

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La Ciccia
291 30th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

Perbacco
230 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111

Bouchon Bakery
6528 Washington St, Yountville, CA 94599

La Folie
2316 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94109

Delfina Restaurant
3621 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Bovolo
106 Matheson St, Healdsburg, CA 95448

Barndiva
231 Center St, Healdsburg, CA 95448

Mateo Granados
399 Business Park Dr, Windsor, CA

Blue Bottle Cafe
66 Mint St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Pier 39
, San Francisco, CA 94102

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