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Typical of the area, this otherwise non-descript small roadside building with an adjacent courtyard serves up some very tasty pastries and good savory plates that are all modestly sized and delicately flavored.
Afraid I fail to see what the “buzz” regarding this place is about. High prices for rather standard fare; maybe the chocolate croissants are excellent but they were sold out, while the slice of nondescript white flour cake one of our party ordered was strictly...More
Stopped here for lunch on trip to some Sonoma wineries. Cute place with great food. Had curry squash soup which was delicious and then quiche of broccoli and cheddar which was also very tasty. Bought coconut cream pie to go which was wonderful.
Stopped by on a weekday around 11:30am and it was busy. There is limited seating inside, so on the cool, breezy winter day it was almost full. There are several big picnic tables outside, so lots more seating when the weather is nicer.
Great breakfast pastries and awesome quiches.
Delicious salads and sandwiches , they serve a very rich and not too sweet hot chocolate topped with mini marshmallows. The staff is friendly and attentive
Close to sebastopl in the Russian River valley, Pascaline is a French country bakery. Best pastries in the west. And salads and sandwiches that have a special touch. I go for the breakfast pastries and sometimes a salad for lunch.
We stumbled upon this place on our way to the Farmhouse Inn in Forrestville. We had several hours before check-in and we were going to do some wine tasting, so we needed some lunch. After passing Pascaline, we turned around and decided to check it...More
My husband and I stopped in here a few mornings during our stay in the RRV. We sampled quite a few of their pastries and enjoyed all of them. The services was very friendly. They open early (7 am) and it's easy to take items...More