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Food: A Delicious Day in Sonoma

Don’t let those stories about the Sonoma "diet" fool you. If you’re looking for a place to indulge your taste buds, there’s nowhere better than the Sonoma Valley Wine Country.

Start with brunch at the Wolf House Restaurant in the charming town of Glen Ellen. If it’s a beautiful day, ask to be seated on their deck overlooking the creek. The menu ranges from traditional buttermilk pancakes to whimsical house made "pop tarts" and the truly original such as granola chip breakfast "nachos" with yogurt. If you prefer an early lunch, they have a substantial menu of sandwiches and entrees accompanied by a wine list of local favorites.

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