Kenwood Press

Serving the communities of Kenwood, Glen Ellen and Oakmont

email print
News: 04/01/2020

Food take out and delivery services

Tired of staring at your refrigerator? Want to take out food, or maybe have it delivered in northern Sonoma Valley? Check out the offerings below.

GLEN ELLEN STAR – 343-1384. Take out. Lunch and Dinner. Order online or call in 11 am-2 pm lunch hours, and 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. dinner hours. Special menu posted on website the night before.

SALT & STONE – 833-6326. Shelter in Place To Go Menu. Every day noon to 8 p.m. Go to to see the menu.

VJB CELLARS – Take-out & pick-up opportunities, from La Cucina or Red Rooster Pizza at VJB Cellars. And wine too! Call 833-2300. Menus at

CAFÉ CITTI is open Wed.-Sun. for take-out from 5-7 p.m. They will start answering their phones at 4 p.m. for pre-orders, 833-2690. Limited menu. They’ll bring it out to your car if you want. Check out the menu at

PALOOZA will take orders over the phone for lunch and dinner items. You can pay in advance and they’ll bring the food out to your car. Call 833-4000. Check out the menu at

LES PASCALS – the Glen Ellen patisserie is offering pick-up service for take-out food. Just call 934-8378. Drive to the back parking lot with your order number and name, and voila! Check out their food offerings at

RICKY’S EASTBOUND – in the Skyhawk Village shopping center in Rincon Valley. Food to-go and curbside pickup. Delivery to Oakmont. See the take-out menu at

OAKMONT VILLAGE MARKET – For Oakmont residents, the Oakmont Village Market will continue to make deliveries with a minimum $25 order, and no delivery fee. Credit card only. Call 539-2434.

GLEN ELLEN VILLAGE MARKET – You can email the market at and make a list of the items you want, then pick up your order curbside at the market. Specific brands may not be in stock. If you don’t want an alternative brand, note that in the email and they will skip that item. There’s also a delivery service. To find out more, go to

Recently Published:

05/15/2020 - SVCAC reviews Domino’s Pizza proposal
05/15/2020 - Prescribed burn for Van Hoosear Wildflower Preserve
05/15/2020 - Quarryhill opens up to members
05/15/2020 - SV Women's Club campaign for the homeless
05/15/2020 - SVFRA urges residents to plan ahead for fire season
05/15/2020 - Cuclis appointed to climate change panel
05/15/2020 - Glen Ellen-Kenwood Rotary receives $10,000 matching grant
05/15/2020 - Landmark Vineyards donates $35,000 for COVID-19 relief
05/15/2020 - Fire districts working on budgets, finances
05/15/2020 - Transcendence Theatre goes virtual
05/15/2020 - Ticks don't social distance
05/15/2020 - Parks opened a little bit more
05/15/2020 - Structural hardening webinar
05/15/2020 - Glen Ellen salutes those who serve
05/15/2020 - Oakmont golfs again
05/15/2020 - Auction cancelled – KEF makes direct appeal
05/15/2020 - County chipping program available
05/15/2020 - Glen Ellen Resiliency Workshop
05/15/2020 - Supervisors to get update on wine events, traffic impacts
05/15/2020 - Local Restaurants providing take out and/or delivery
05/15/2020 - Food distribution in Kenwood, Glen Ellen
05/01/2020 - Local church services go online
05/01/2020 - Sonoma Valley Trail project receives tourist funds
05/01/2020 - Help SDC get a museum and historic status
05/01/2020 - Attend Glen Ellen Forum meeting online

Community Calendar

Bill & Dave Hikes: Spring Lake, Trione-Annadel