One of the most popular restaurants on the northern California coast is located just a few steps from The Inn at the Tides. Specializing in fresh, local seafood and American cuisine, The Tides Wharf & Restaurant has been a favorite of locals and travelers from around the globe for over 50 years. The extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menus are certain to please a wide range of palates.
Located at the oceanfront Bodega Bay Lodge, the Duck Club is one of the most romantic restaurants on the Sonoma Coast. Diners enjoy the commanding ocean views, the warmth of the grand fieldstone fireplace, the elegant setting and superb service. The menu, designed by Executive Chef Jeff Reilly, changes seasonally to highlight fresh local seafood and sustainable, regional ingredients that can be paired with an exclusive Sonoma County wine list. Some of the restaurant's many offerings include Dungeness crab cakes, Cedar plank salmon, Liberty roast duck, and Applewood bacon wrapped filet mignon.
Over 200 award-winning California wines and a gift boutique that offers unique finds. Enjoy Wine Surfing® on the deck overlooking beautiful Bodega Bay. We are Sonoma Coasts ONLY Wine Bar and waterside Deck! Located at 913 Highway One, Bodega Bay, CA 94923. (707) 875-9875. See our valuable coupon on bodegabay.com
Trecini/Kosta Browne Wineries Wine Pairing Dinner
Friday, February 26th
Special Guests: John, Cathy and David Vicini – Proprietors, Trecini
Dan Kosta – Partner, Kosta Browne
Traditional Italian cuisine and fresh, local seafood Wed.–Sun. evenings. Casual, yet elegant. Sweeping views of the harbor and beyond to the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy cocktails and wine on the patio or fireside at the Hearthside Lounge. Executive Chef, Luca D’Oria, has created a menu full of Italian favorites including House-Made Pizzas, Veal dishes, Pastas, Chicken or Eggplant Parmigiana, Cioppino, Roasted Duck, Filet Mignon and much more. Visit our website for information about our “Women in the Wine Industry” Winemaker Dinner series running July-December.
“Complimentary Corkage Wednesdays”
Carolyn A. Lewis