Petaluma is known for its shopping, culinary scene, and fun activities. Despite the COVID restrictions, there are still many ways to experience Petaluma. Visit us in person for essential shopping, outdoor recreation, and meal pick up from your favorite restaurant. Online, go to ShopPetaluma.com to see what Petaluma has to offer and link to websites and social media of individual businesses. You can even buy a Shop Petaluma gift card to keep purchases local.
Petaluma’s restaurants and caterers are ready to whet your appetite. Our inspired chefs will take you around the globe with pasta, sushi, tacos, dal, ceviche, and more. Craving pizza? Get one just the way you like it — wood-fired gourmet, deep dish Chicago, or thin and crispy – from one of our 10 pizzerias. Petaluma has something for everyone. Check out the Restaurant Week guide or ShopPetaluma.com and order up a taste of Petaluma!
If you’re craving one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops, we hear you. Rohnert Park has a little something for everyone. Visiting (safely and socially distantly) is a great way to break out of the house and stretch your legs. Whether you need some retail therapy or have a hankering for takeout –our shops and restaurants are all waiting for you. The Friendly City’s mom-and-pop shops look forward to your visit. Plan your trip at ShopRP.org
In Santa Rosa, any day is a good shopping day. In beautiful weather, consider a stroll around historic Railroad Square or Courthouse Square, both downtown and full of small, owner-run shops. And if it turns hot, or rainy, or cold, or otherwise unpleasant, simply take off to a conveniently covered outdoor mall, or either of two indoor malls that offer a full day of protected shopping!
Montgomery Village, a charming village within a city. Park the car and stroll the sidewalks. Whether you love classic, cutting edge, or simply chic looks, you’ll be delighted by the offerings of men’s and women’s clothing, as well as gifts and home furnishing to be found in national retail stores and local boutiques. In need of a little pampering? Hair salons and a rejuvenating full service spa are also available in the village.
Then head to the French bakery or a local coffee roastery for a little afternoon pick me up. You can also enjoy art shows, events, and concerts throughout the year. Montgomery Village is located on the corner of Highway 12 and Farmers Lane.
Santa Rosa Mall, located right downtown, within easy walking distance of both Courthouse Square and Railroad Square, on B Street between First and Sixth streets. There are over 100 stores available, but a few are worth special note: Lush Cosmetics offers products made from fresh organic fruit and vegetables with pure essential oils. If you love music and pop culture, visit Hot Topic — from the in-store events to band T-shirts and body jewelry, they’ve got you covered.
Tucked in Sonoma County’s rolling hills, and just 60 miles north of San Francisco, Windsor is classic California. Relaxed and approachable. Not full of ourselves, just full of fun. We’re one of the last small towns in California – and we love it this way. With vineyards around us and San Francisco within reach, we’re in the perfect place. Big city perks, packed into a tranquil pedestrian friendly downtown.
In Windsor, wine is meant to be shared. And so is craft beer. And cocktails made from handcrafted spirits. Taste your way through our downtown tasting rooms and breweries, or visit Artisan Alley, Windsor’s beverage district for small lot artisanal cider, wine, and spirits.
Surrounded by hills to hike and backroads to cycle, Windsor is home to dozens of parks. Play bocce ball, watch the kids swing from a play structure, or hike the foothills just to take in the view. Neighborhood parks are great for daily activities and nearby regional parks have hundreds of acres for horseback riding, fishing, and mountain biking.