March is about to be branded ‘the tastiest time of the year’ with Restaurant Week lasting for a full 10 days this year, for the first time since its debut.
This extension gives diners more time to plan their restaurant visits and take advantage of exclusive, one-time offers that feature locally sourced produce, meats, seafood and herbs. The event provides a choice of three-course, prix-fixe dinner menus for $19, $29, or $39 as well as two-course, prix-fixe lunch menus for $10 or $15.
The local restaurants that are currently participating include: Barndiva in Healdsburg, Zazu Kitchen and Farm in Sebastopol, Korbel Delicatessen & Market in Guerneville, Chinois Asian Bistro in Windsor, Hip Chick Farms in Sebastopol and Vignette in Sebastopol – with more being added daily.
If you’re planning to take advantage of this gastronomical delight, we strongly advise that you start thinking strategically. You can head over to where you can sort menus by cities and/or price, and check out each restaurants special listing for the week. Reservations are recommended.
If you’re a restaurant owner who wants to join this highly anticipated event and wants a bit more visibility, consider reserving a co-op ad space on our full page Restaurant Week special section, to be printed in all four of our weekly newspapers. Contact [email protected] for more details.

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