Pizza in Sonoma

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Romeo’s Pasta & Pizza's pie slingers orchestrate medleys of toppings atop sourdough crust, which is crafted fresh daily on the restaurant premises. Pore over the menu of create-your-own pizzas and specialty creations, such as the roasted vegetable pie, which sports zucchini, red onions, sweet peppers, and feta. On the playground of the meat combination pizza, canadian bacon, pepperoni, salami, and sausage huddle up for a game of two-hand touch against diner's taste buds. Diners quaff soft drinks, domestic or premium beer, or Salmon Creek white zinfandel and pinot noir to cleanse the palate without having to glide open-mouthed down a slip ‘n’ slide.

35 E Washington St
Petaluma,
CA
US

Wild Goat Bistro, winner of the Petaluma People's Choice Awards' Best New Restaurant 2010, plays host to fresh, local ingredients and wines from around the world. Enjoy a glass of Louis Jadot Chardonnay 2008 ($9) as you imbibe oven-roasted prawns, which slow dance with garlic breadcrumbs and melted mozzarella in a summer rain of butter and wine ($8.50). The 10-inch Neapolitan-style pizza—the bistro’s house specialty—cradles an orchestra of ingredients with a thin, crispy crust. Guests can commission the chefs to sculpt one in Mediterranean style—artichokes, mushrooms, kalamata olives, grape tomatoes, red onion, and mozzarella over pesto sauce ($12.75)—or in the meaty form, known as the Fog Lifter—spicy fennel sausage, applewood smoked bacon, pepperoni, and mozzarella over tomato sauce ($12.75). Any pizza, except for the That'sa Meatball, can be made with gluten-free crust.

6 Petaluma Blvd N
Petaluma,
CA
US

The 26 pizza toppings, ranging from classic pepperoni and mushroom to the more exotic linguiça and eggplant, immediately catch they eye; they serves as a reminder that Caprara's Pizzeria means business when it comes to pizza. One such signature pie is Joe's Combo featuring Italian sausage, pepperoni, fresh garlic, black olives, and mushrooms. Rounding out the menu are juicy burgers and hearty pastas in pesto and meat bolognese, all available for dine-in or delivery.

10101 Main St
Penngrove,
CA
US

Since its first pizzeria opened in 1978 in Palo Alto, Mountain Mike’s Pizza has stretched to encompass more than 150 restaurants throughout the West Coast. From the meat-laden Pike’s Peak to the vegetarian-friendly Mt. Veggiemore, 12 specialty pizzas—most of them named after mountains—arrive in portions from small to extra large, which can feed up to eight patrons or spark nostalgia in homesick, city-dwelling mountain goats. Diners can also choose their own conglomeration of ingredients, ranging from Louisiana-style hot links to sun-dried tomatoes, and supplement pies with an all-you-can-eat salad bar or a quintet of appetizer options including wings and jalapeño poppers.

1451 Southwest Blvd
Rohnert Park,
CA
US