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Dry Creek Kitchen
Californian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Hotel Healdsburg 317 Healdsburg Ave Healdsburg, CA 95448
317 Healdsburg AvenueUSCaliforniaHealdsburg95448
(707) 431-0330drycreekkitchen.com
$$$Californian Restaurant, American Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
French Restaurant
Bar
Today 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday 5:30 – 9:30 pmTuesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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Dry Creek Kitchen in the award-winning Hotel Healdsburg takes advantage of its prized location off the town’s historical Spanish-style plaza with warm, minimalistic design, vaulted ceilings, and towering floral arrangements.  In warmer months, guests can enjoy wine country al fresco dining on the terrace or cozy up by a crackling fireplace on chilly Sonoma nights.
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Elegant Charlie Palmer hotel restaurant known for refined Californian fare & vine-covered terrace.- Google
"Destination restaurant with ideal location and exciting food."
"Great service and excellent food."
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Sarah Goss
a year ago
This is, unquestionably, one of the best restaurants in Healdsburg. The atmosphere is elegantly beautiful and the service is impeccable. They have a fantastic wine selection, well-balanced cocktails, and the food is unbelievably delicious. I've never had even a mediocre dish here; they've all been exceptional. However, you simply should not go without ordering the kobe beef sliders. Served on brioche buns with arugula, and truffle aioli, they are mind-glowingly good. The sliders are not listed on the menu but they always serve them. Try and, I promise, you will wish you could eat them at every meal.
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Jennifer Pham
4 years ago
Palmer did well with his hotel and restaurant combo. Must say the Chef put his foot in it, with the tasting menu. The experience was fabulous and the food kept up with every lovely description. The staff is very meticulous and attentive. It was a wonderful experience and you get to leave with a token of their appreciation as well.
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Ralph Decker
a year ago
Very friendly staff. Service was attentive with very good food. Live music in the lounge by a fireplace.
bob shapiro
2 years ago
Great service and excellent food. Knowledgable staff
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Jan Dao
a year ago
My husband and I came here for dinner after a day's of wine tasting. The awesome thing about Dry Creek Kitchen is no corkage on Sonoma Wines. We brought in one of our purchases from the day's tasting and enjoyed it with our meal (saving us quite a bit). We ordered for our appetizers: Scallops - served in a puff pastry with 2 large scallops. The sauce was a bit salty for me. Risotto with shaved truffles - The risotto was cooked al dente and there was a decent amount of truffles shaved tableside. The waiter came to the table with a small black chest which as 4-5 truffles. She then shaves the truffle tableside on top of the risotto. Mains: DUNGENESS CRAB STUFFED PETRALE SOLE - the sole was a little dry, but overall the dish was unique with the crab. DUROC PORK DUO - both pork pieces tasted very different and complimented each other well. I preferred the crispy belly. We also shared the MUSHROOM SHORT RIB FONDUE - which was nothing spectacular (the dishes come with sides and are large enough that we should have just skipped on this add one) Dessert - peanut butter pie. Good, and worth trying.
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Freeman Craig
2 years ago
along with Madrona Manor, Healdsburg is privileged to have two world class restaurants. The food at DCK is impeccably prepared and served, the wine availability exceeds anyone's needs, and the service of the experienced waiters is absolutely first class. Given its downtown location (walking distance for us), this is our "fallback" for special occasions or for special out-of-town guests.
Andrey F.
a year ago
It was great food and flawless service.
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Suzanne Frey
2 years ago
For fine dining and an easy location in downtown Healdsburg, I love this place. It's pricey, but they treat you well and the food is creative, local, and truly delicious. They know Sonoma wines well, too --

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