Healdsburg CA is a wine and culinary epicenter. Sitting at the juncture of three prime wine growing regions — the Russian River Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and Alexander Valley wine appellations — this charming town makes an ideal base of operations for wine tasting.
Dining options offer something for everyone, from hearty hamburgers to haute cuisine, and just about everything in between.
For art lovers, more than two dozen art galleries are within walking in the downtown area, and the Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society hosts exhibits about the rich history of Healdsburg and surrounding areas.
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 has and continues to undergo additions of new restaurants, hotels and boutiques. This modernization has created a unique blend to go along with the historic charm of Healdsburg’s past. At the town’s plaza, you’ll find that Healdsburg has a popular restaurant scene. Celebrity Chef Charlie Palmer owns Dry Creek Kitchen located inside the Healdsburg Hotel. Other fantastic dining options include Barndiva and Partake by K-J. tasting. Beyond town square, culinary and wine scene, there are a number of excellent opportunities for biking, hiking, camping and even hot air balloon rides to take in the breath-taking views. Healdsburg real estate offer homebuyers the chance to enjoy the outdoors and beautiful scenery.