HopMonk Tavern, Sebastopol

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SEBASTOPOL | HopMonk Tavern have three locations in California’s wine country, with their Sonoma location housed in a heritage listed 1888 farmhouse. The farmhouse was renovated in 2010 which is when HopMonk moved in. The venue features the main tavern along with an outdoor dining deck and large beer garden.

Across HopMonk’s 18 taps you’ll find a diverse range of Californian beers from the likes of Allagash, Lost Coast, and Firestone Walker. They even have the famed Pliny The Elder from nearby Russian River on tap. In bottles and cans you’ll find even more Californian beers along with a few from further afar. Being in Sonoma, wine drinkers are of course catered to quite well here with a quality selection of around 20 local reds, whites, roses and sparkling wines.

For food it’s quality versions of pub classics like sandwiches, soups, salads, share plates and large plates.

Live music is held on a regular basis, along with things like monthly beer matched dinners – check out HopMonk’s website for details about what’s on when you’re in town.

HopMonk Tavern (Sebastopol)

230 Petaluma Avenue
Sebastopol
California 95472
United States

Telephone: 707 829 7300
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 11:30am to 11:00pm
Thu – Sat: 11:30am to 12:00am

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