Stories from Jeff Cox

Cox: High-class cookery at John Ash

The restaurant at Vintners Inn is still fine, even without Chef John Ash.

Cox: At Bottega, eat like you’re in Italy

It's easy to understand why this Michael Chiarello spot in Yountville is on just about everyone’s list of top Italian restaurants in the U.S.

Cox: Great flavors, fun atmosphere at Underwood

This popular gathering spot in Graton offers sophisticated dishes and specialty cocktails.

Cox: Himalayan Restaurant worth a stop

Here's a tasty spot if you find yourself looking for a bite to eat in Windsor.

Cox: Glen Ellen Star twinkles with pleasure

The Glen Ellen restaurant offers delightful surprises with their farm-to-table fare.

Cox: Santa Rosa is lucky to have Spinster Sisters

There’s so much to like at the Spinster Sisters restaurant in Santa Rosa’s hip enclave of South A Street that the best way to order is to pin the menu to a wall and throw darts at it.

Cox: King Falafel flavorful, inexpensive

Falafel shops are as ubiquitous in the Middle East as McDonald’s are in this country. But we’re getting more of them in Sonoma County.

Cox: Tasty flavors of Vietnam in Cotati

QQ Noodle Bisto serves up simple, accessible, delicious Southeast Asian cuisine.

Cox: Bravo for Bravas de Tapas

With its comfy interior and expansive alfresco backyard, along with interesting food and drink, the Healdsburg restaurant is a real go-to spot.

Cox: Authentic Cuban roadhouse in Windsor

Enjoy the big flavors of Cuba at Windsor's tiny Rumba Cuba Kitchen.

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