Welcome to Sebastopol
Sebastopol is a vibrant, creative community. In addition to being the arts and creative hub of West Sonoma County, Sebastopol is a leader in local efforts to address climate change. Sebastopol's special qualities and unique geographical setting attract visitors and residents alike, as well as new commercial and industrial businesses, some with global reach.
Sebastopol boasts many dining options, from eclectic bistros such as Fern Bar, ramen & Japanese small plates at Ramen Gaijin, to the newly opened Blue Ridge Kitchen offering Southern Comfort food. Handline Bistro has the best patio in town with Burgers & Fish Tacos, and the Gypsy Café is the local spot for breakfast. Fork Road House on Bodega Highway is a great spot for brunch on the patio among the Redwoods.
The Sunday Farmer's Market in the town square is the community gathering place with farmers, makers s& live music. Andy's Produce Market, Pacific Market, and The Community Market are local favorites. Whole Foods &Safeway also have stores in town. Wander the charming downtown and discover many locally-owned unique shops on Main Street such as Boho Bungalow, Copperfield's Books, & Rosemary’s Garden. The Barlow is the newest addition, open-air shopping and dining mecca with clothing boutiques, curated home goods, flowers, and art galleries. Sebastopol Hardware is the place to get all your home essentials.
Sebastopol is surrounded by apple orchards and vineyards and is only 15 miles from the Sonoma Coast & the Russian River. The Laguna de Santa Rosa is a tributary of the Russian River, and the county's largest freshwater wetlands complex, it's a beautiful mosaic of creeks, open water, perennial marshes, riparian forests, seasonal wetlands, oak woodlands, and grasslands. Visit Florence Avenue downtown for some of the most imaginative sculptures you'll ever see. Local artist Patrick Amtio makes the sculptures from recycled trash and depicts playful, oversized figures that are a delight.