Healdsburg is a small tourist-oriented town in northern Sonoma County. Due to its three most important wine-producing regions (the Russian River, Dry Creek, and Alexander Valley AVAs), Healdsburg has been continuously awarded one of the top 10 small towns in America and is home to three of the top wineries in the United States.
Healdsburg is a popular destination among foodies who are drawn to restaurants leading Sonoma County’s farm-to-table movement. Many of these establishments can be found along the streets lining the Healdsburg Plaza, including artisan bakeries, local wine bars, and restaurants with locally-sourced ingredients from the surrounding gardens and farms.
Healdsburg Lodging includes grand Luxury hotels and several intimate inns. After checking in, start the day with a tasting of sparkling wine and Pinot Noir in the modern, sleek tasting room at J Vineyards. Then enjoy Dry Creek Valley wines at Ferrari-Carano Vineyards, where their new Il Terrazzo Outdoor Tasting Terrace offers vineyard views and the Enoteca Reserve Wine Tasting Bar provides intimate ambiance. At night, hit the town, and partake in the imaginative farm-fresh fare and cocktails at Spoonbar, just a block off of Healdsburg Plaza.
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