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Spring Hill Jersey Cheese Company
621 Western Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952
This local cheese company has been producing Estate Cheese since 1913.  Larry Peter, a dairy man and the new ownerMore of Spring Hill Jersey Cheese Company, is keeping alive the premium cheese making tradition of Sonoma County. The company has reopened the Creamery's store where it sells approximately 25 varieties of local artisan cheeses and imported cheeses, along with holiday gift packs, old-fashion milk shakes, fresh coffee and breads from nearby Lombardi's Bakery. Visit the store on Western Avenue, next to the historic Petaluma Creamery or you can also place orders online.
Sonoma Cheese (Monterey Gourmet Foods) - Warehouse
1297 Dynamic St, Petaluma, CA 94954
 Sonoma Cheese was founded in 1931, after Mr. Jack created Sonoma Jack Cheese. This Petaluma warehouse is one ofMore many throughout Northern California. From this warehouse, specialty Jack cheeses are shipped to sixty-five grocery store chains, including Safeway, Raley's, Albertson's, Costco and Sam's Club. Sonoma Cheese also has international customers in Canada, Japan, Korea, Mexico and Taiwan. Hot Pepper Jack, Sonoma Blue Jack, Habanero Jack, Traditional Jack and Garlic Jack are all part of Sonoma Cheese.
DeBernardi Dairy
7955 Valley Ford Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952

Situated just off Valley Ford Road, DeBernardi Dairy is a local dairy with a little extra — it also producesMore its own cheese, a raw-milk hard cheese marketed under the name Two Rock Valley. It's sold in a young version and in one that's aged for more than 12 months. Both are modeled after cheeses from the owner's Swiss-Italian homeland. The aged version is dryer, sharper, and perfect for grating. The younger version has a nutty flavor, similar to that of a Swiss cheese. Both are priced at $15 per pound. You can purchase the Two Rock Valley cheeses at various farmers' markets throughout Sonoma County.

Cow Girl Creamery
105 H St, Petaluma, CA 94952
Cow Girl Creamery is a wholesaler of artisan cheese, both aged and fresh. Options include red hawk, wagon wheel,More devil's gulch, chimney rock, fromage blanc and creme fraiche. Its list of clientele includes chefs and retailers. A complete list of retailers selling Cow Girl Creamery cheese is on its website.
The BBQ Pit
600 E Washington St, Petaluma, CA 94952
Located in Petaluma, The BBQ Pit is a family-owned Southwestern style restaurant that features favorites such as ribs,More smoked chicken, brisket, chili, pulled pork sandwiches, cornbread, burgers, homemade macaroni and cheese, and more. Dine-in, take-out, delivery and catering options are available. 
Trader Joe's
169 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA 94954
This Trader Joe's is located in the North Plaza Shopping Center next to Ross. It offers a variety of foods and otherMore products, including wines, cheeses and olive oils. It also has a great selection of fresh produce and an assortment of fresh flowers. The smiling staff is always friendly and helpful.
Petaluma Creamery
621 Western Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952
The Petaluma Creamery has been producing quality farmstead cheeses since 1931 with more than 25 varieties to choose fromMore including cheddar, jack and ricotta, many flavored with herbs and spices. The creamery is also known for it incredible ice cream and old-fashioned ice cream shakes.  
Barbara's Bakery (Factory)
3900 Cypress Dr, Petaluma, CA 94954
Opened in 1971 by 17-year-old Barbara Jaffe, Barbara's Bakery offers wholesome cereals, snack bars, cookies, crackersMore and cheese puffs, all free of artificial preservatives and ingredients, hydrogenated oils and white sugar. Products can be found at Whole Foods, Ralley's, Safeway and Lucky's.