By Paolo Bicchieri and Maria C. Hunt for Eater SF
It would be hugely upsetting to travel to the town some consider the northernmost point of the Bay Area without working through at least one Gravenstein apple. It’s sort of Sebastopol’s mascot; the highway that runs through town shares its name, and there’s an annual festival in the apple’s honor each year. It should come as no surprise then that the modest wine country hamlet sports a powerful dining scene. Yes, the Barlow showcases everything from sushi restaurants to olive oil outlets to the Golden State Cider taproom, but there are heaps of wonderful businesses all throughout town.
Includes The Farmer's Wife, Blue Ridge Kitchen and Two Dog Night Creamery.
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