Stories from Jeff Cox
Cox: Santa Rosa's favorite Flavor
Flavor Bistro has become reliable source for wide range of delicious food, wine.
Cox: Warm and welcoming dining
Wood-fired oven and classic Italian cooking at Healdsburg's Baci Cafe and Wine Bar.
Cox: Committed to quality
Wishbone brings rustic American dishes, including one heck of a pork chop, to Petaluma.
Cox: Pan-Asian delight at Cloverdale's Tian Yuen
Who says you can't have a California roll with your Tom Yum Gai?
Cox: Coppola's favorites
Restaurant at the Coppola Winery reflects famed filmmaker's passion for life and food.
Cox: Subtle class in Petaluma
Luma restaurant's understated sophistication matched by excellent food.
Cox: Quality, and lots of it
New China Legend in Santa Rosa offers plenty of good food for your dollar.
Cox: Cocktails, wine, steak
At Press in St. Helena, it's all about showcasing wines, cocktails and choice cuts.
Cox: Above par pub food at Heritage
Santa Rosa's Heritage Public House serves fresh, well thought-out pub grub.
Cox: Making memories at LoCoco's Cucina Rustica
Little changes at LoCoco's Cucina Rustica in Santa Rosa, and that's good.
Cox: Fun scene, good fare at Bastoni
The drinks and Banh Mi are among the highlights at this Sebastopol spot.
Cox: Lots to love about Zazu
A lot of restaurants call themselves farm-to-table. Zazu is the real deal.
Cox: Something different in Sebastopol
No ordinary brewpub, Woodfour in Sebastopol offers four-star delicious beers and food.
Cox: Fine pub dining at Jackson's Bar and Oven
The 4-year-old Santa Rosa restaurant is thriving, with great food, drinks and atmosphere.
Cox: Pinnacle of Japanese fare
Hiro's serves masterfully prepared Asian delights in elegant, engaging setting.
Cox: The Locals offers good quality, familiar diner food
You can be alternately pleased and disappointed at The Locals.
Cox: Lydia's Kitchen fare healthful, good
Petaluma restaurant shows organic food, cooked and raw, can be full of flavor.
Cox: Down-home Italian
Sometimes it's the simple things, done exquisitely well, that are the most impressive.
Cox: Prelude offers classical cuisine
Prelude at Green Music Center offers dining at a leisurely pace on concert nights.
Cox: Forestville's Twist is tiny but mighty
Forestville's Twist serves the most substantial food in town.
COX: Hip and happy at Empire in Napa
Whatever your preconceptions about Empire, the new restaurant and cocktail lounge in downtown Napa, leave them home. You will be surprised at what you find there.
COX: Sante still divine
The food is still as good as ever at the renovated Sante at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn.
Speakeasy Bistro in Petaluma: Late night bites
Open late into the night, Speakeasy is a quirky bistro with comforting, late night bites
Sonoma's Girl and the Fig: A touch of France
France has many discrete wine-growing areas, each with a cuisine that co-evolved with the wines made there: veal chop Dijonnaise with a chardonnay from Beaune is a typical example.
Dinucci's Italian Dinners in Valley Ford
Meals are a throwback to a time when plates were hearty, huge