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A Perfect Picturesque Place to Putt Around– Penngrove

“Small town” is a relative term, but when you visit Penngrove, it comes to mind. Downtown Penngrove is a tiny, but lively, area with nary a corporate shop in sight (hooray!). Nothing is more relaxing than walking through a quaint town filled with lots of restaurants and shops to explore. Bring your kids (if you have ‘em) and your pets (ditto), and enjoy this eclectic town.

Early Bird Gets the Worm (or carbs)

If you’ve never had freshly made bread, Penngrove can rectify that. Full Circle Bakery is open Tuesday through Saturday at 6am, but get there early because they close around 2pm. Their daily breads include sourdough, French, multigrain, and a rosemary ciabatta.

This Little Piggy

Continue your exploration of this neat little town at the Penngrove Market. Open Monday through Sunday, this neighborhood market stocks all kinds of groceries. There is a restaurant located at the back with a real brick pizza oven. The prepared foods section will have you in and out with a delicious and healthy meal. And the café at the front can make your favorite coffee (get yourself a sweet treat to go with it!)

Get a Buzz

No, not that kind of buzz (not yet, at least). While walking around downtown, head over to JaVamoré Café for some coffee. They have salads, sandwiches, and breakfast foods to go with your coffee, tea, or smoothie. Located right next door to a yoga studio, you can enjoy a stretch and a pick-me-up.

Adults Only

After hours is the time for adults to go off and have their own fun. A quick walk North, up Petaluma Hill Road, will bring you to Mack’s Bar and Grill. They have food, drinks, and music – all perfect for a night out.

Once you’ve grabbed something to eat, and a coffee to enjoy, walk over to Penngrove Park – perfect for kids and pets, too. Bring a blanket and some chairs, enjoy the view, the weather, and the moment you’re in. Downtown Penngrove has everything you could need for a relaxing day out.

Leslie
Leslie
A transplant from Southern California, she is a senior at Sonoma State University pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. She enjoys reading, British accents, and in another life she would be a Malacologist.

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