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Sonoma County Neighborhood Favorites [split from The Bagel Mill post]

biskitsngrvy | Aug 20, 201908:06 AM     3

I eat at home much more up here than I did in LA, but places I love include El Molino Central, Diavola in Geyserville, most of the Stark restaurants (I miss my LA expense account!). When I worked in Petaluma, I liked El Roy's, What A Chicken and Pub Republic for lunches. My favorite overall place 'up here' is The Marshall Store (Marin, I know) and I had a fantastic sandwich at K&A takeaway in Tomales. Oh, and Fisheterian in Bodega Bay is pretty great. I've yet to find great Thai up here, and, having lived in an Armenian neighborhood, all that great food and fresh lavash and other breads. I also really miss the Korean restaurants and markets in LA. I have driven back up here with a cooler bag full of kimchee!

El Molino Central
Diavola Pizzeria & Salumeria
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