Community space available for events/gatherings with full catering and music options available.
Just to let everyone know, the address for Sustainable Fairfax is 6 School St, Suite 150 in Fairfax, right next the the ballpark and Bank of America. Hope to see you Saturday!
Chimera is awesome!! A community space to collaborate, learn, build and create! The new warehouse has it all. Every time I'm down there I run into an interesting project and meet interesting people.
Redwood Cafe is a great place to gather with Friends and Family.
It is an all ages family friendly venue with an extensive menu.
The Redwood Cafe Presents shows are excellent with music and events nightly. Plus, the Outdoor Beer Garden Stage features some talented artists on Thursdays and Fridays from 4-7pm overlapping with the Happy Hour from 3-6pm. Also, music outside on Saturdays from 3-6pm. Check the website for more info: www.redwoodcafe.com
Literally the best money I have ever spent. Mr and Mrs Beach are incredible teachers, and the culture at West County Martial Arts is wonderful. A great family run business!
The reviews here are rather outdated. Shige Sushi has become wildly popular--and for good reason. The food is good, the service is good, the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, and there's always good art on the walls.
They have the most amazing shells and cheese bread I have ever had. They are by far my favorite pizza place in the North Bay.
Best damn pizza around!!!
Wednesday night specials and the Feed a Family of Four is a GREAT bargain for $19.95!!!
This is a wonderful nonprofit organization that puts on a play for local children every year and has for 81 years! These Saturday performances help fund the performances to over 7,500 school children who might otherwise not be exposed to the magic of live theatre! It is a great play for children of all ages!
A pleasant and healthy place to go meet interesting authors and community members.
Simply the best!
Nestled in the redwoods by year-around Dutch Bill Creek, Anderson Hall is one of West Sonoma County’s best kept secrets. This historic location with its rustic building offers intimacy in the heart of nature. Anderson Hall offers a wide variety of amenities.
Capacity for 125 people
Drop down media screen
Kitchen with Wolf Oven
Full stock of cookware and utensils
Full stock of dishes and flatware
Tables and chairs
Large outdoor deck
Ample adjacent parking
Did we mention redwoods?
And the nearby creek?
Anderson Hall is the perfect place for…
Support your local artists, buy some art.
Great Event, talented artists and during the best time of the year to visit Napa Valley!
I love this place! It is our go-to taqueria. They are very consistent. Everything I've ever had there is so good. They also have a fresh salsa bar inside.
For the short story, go to the end. For the complete story, read on!
We started going to Hikuni several years ago and it was fantastic. We always got the sushi boat and enjoyed it very much. The quality of the food was fantastic as well as the flavors. The service was good and the price was worth it. Then something changed. It just wasn't nearly as good - the quality, the flavors, the interior of the restaurant. We tried one more time with some friends and had the all you can eat sushi dinners. It was ok until the last roll - which was inedible. It was something that the chef torched, and that was about all that you could taste: the torch fuel. How awful! And the interior of the restaurant was in poor condition too.
Now, to the present. We got a coupon for Hikuni, so we decided to give it another try. Perhaps something has changed - owner, management, etc. and the place has gotten better. We arrived and we got ourselves seated in our usual area - behind the bar. Our server was really good working with us while we decided what to order. Finally we ordered the all you can eat sushi. A few minutes go by and we get our soup and salad. The salad was a rather disappointing green salad. The miso soup was pretty thin - and the bowl had a large bit of food stuck on the inside of it. Grose.
About 10 minutes after our wonderful server took away the soup and lackluster salad she brought us our sushi plates and soy sauce plates. I noticed that the sushi plates had lots of spots on it and it was dull, not shiny as the plastic plate should have been. Thus I ran my finger across the plate. Those spots had depth to them so I figured I would try to clean the plate. I added water from my glass and rubbed with my napkin and, low and behold, with some elbow grease, half of the plate is now shiny and clean. We discussed the plate, salad and soup and decided to talk to a manager.
I watched for anyone who could get the manager, but the only one who was looking our way was the maitre d'. I waved at her and signaled that I needed her attention, but she went on doing something with menus. A few seconds later she looked our way again and I pointed at her, then signaled to her that I needed her attention. She did not stop what she was doing. Then this happened one more time with no response. I had to get up and walked over to her and ask for a manager. She went to get him.
He arrived and I proceeded to tell him that the sushi plates were dirty and he told us that the plates were in fact not dirty, but they were just dull due to use. We had to point out to him the the half of the plate that I rubbed with the napkin (and left the napkin with brown spots on it) was indeed clean and shiny like new, not dull and spotty as the other half is. He still insisted that the plates were in fact clean. I had to explain to him that the sterilizer that restaurants use did likely sterilize the plates, but it did not clean the plates. That requires scrubbing. He still insisted the the plates were clean. We should have cancelled our order and left, but we didn't. We asked for clean plates. He took one with him. After about 5 minutes two plates arrived. We looked at them and could see that they were cleaner than the others, but had only been scrubbed half-heatedly as you could see the scratches that the scrubber made in the build-up that was stuck on the plates.
Finally, about 30 minutes after we ordered, the sushi finally arrived. I didn't think the restaurant was busy enough to take that long, but apparently it was. ?.? We ordered our favorite roll, the rock and roll, a beefed-up California roll, a spicy tuna tuna roll, and another one I can't remember. The rock and roll was rather lackluster. The beefed-up California roll was ok and the other two rolls lacked flavor. Granted, we did order the sushi without any of the mayo sauce on them, so they would probably had more flavor otherwise.
Overall, our server was kind of slow (because she was way overworked due to being short handed), but she did a good job. The plates and my bowl were dirty. The soup was thin. The salad was lackluster. The sushi was also lackluster, The interior of the restaurant needs a serious makeover.
In short, Hikuni started out fantastic, went downhill and after several years hasn't changed. We will never go back!
A wonderful experience in Higher Consciousness education!
This furniture is just junk. It smells and they overcharge for what they offer. The shop keeper is usually eating or drinking when you go in and has no time to help with questions. Will not be going in again, nor will I recommend to my other designer friends.
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