Sonoma County’s Roadhouse Revival

From the San Fransisco Chronicle October 31, 2016

Fork Roadhouse, Sebastopol

It’s hard to imagine that some 86 years ago, this cozy farmhouse was a bordello. These days, the clientele leans more toward cosmopolitan than cowboy.

920x1240Since January 2015, owner Sarah Piccolo has impressed with excellent Wine Country cooking, such as a brined pork chop in root beer barbecue sauce over buttermilk mashed potatoes ($24), or fried green tomatoes over grits with grilled corn, spinach and Parmesan ($18). The menu pairs well with boutique wines, and live music plays on the pooch-friendly slate patio overlooking a creek.
Photo: James Tensuan          Author: Carey Sweet

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