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Little Saint Restaurant in Healdsburg, Sonoma County

By Published On: March 7th, 2024

Delight Your Taste Buds with Their Innovative Plant-Based Dishes.

Little Saint is an all-in-one destination for plant-based dining, specialty coffee, wines, craft cocktails, and live music located in downtown Healdsburg. Experience a casual and cozy living room vibe at their first-floor café & lounge; no reservation is required.

Cozy living room vibe at Little Saint restaurant.
Cozy living room vibe at Little Saint restaurant. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

Plant-Based Menu

Little Saint is entirely plant-based, featuring producers committed to sustainable farming practices that blend tradition with innovation to reduce their environmental footprint. The all-day downstairs Cafè & Lounge offers seasonally rotating pastries, morning bites, and plates at their communal seating area.

Communal Seating at Little Saint restaurant.
Communal Seating at Little Saint restaurant. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

Several menu favorites include:

  • French toast with poached apple and whipped cream
  • Celery root ceviche with pomegranate, macadamia, chili oil and crispy tortilla
  • Maitake mushroom Au Poivre with Brandy Cream, fingerling potatos and cabernet onion
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Q&C sourdough, cashew cheddar and whole grain mustard
Grilled Cheese Sandwich at Little Saint Restaurant.
Grilled Cheese Sandwich at Little Saint Restaurant. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

The upstairs of Little Saint hosts live music every Thursday and serves an elevated multi-course dinner menu Friday-Sunday.

LIVE music on The Second Floor of Little Saint restaurant
LIVE music on The Second Floor of Little Saint restaurant. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

Cocktails

Their cocktail program is a unique collaboration between the kitchen and farm.

Sip creative spirits-based and non-alcoholic cocktails that showcase the farm’s harvest in “closed loop cocktails,” which involves consuming the entire fruit or vegetable, giving it multiple lives, and squeezing out every ounce of its potential. From peel to pulp, every part is utilized to its fullest extent, with the ultimate goal of leaving nothing for compost.

Little Saint restaurant cocktails.
Little Saint restaurant cocktails. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

Popular Cocktails:

  • Best Brunch Drink | Beet Bloody Mary | Red Ace Beets, Lemon, Spices, Your Choice of Spirit
  • For non-alcoholic, Little Saint recommends the Carrot Skin Tepache | Carrot, Cardamom, Lemon, Gentian Root, Sparkling Water
  • For fully-spirited |Slight Blush | Organic Mezcal, Strawberry infused Falernum, Fino Sherry, Aquavit

The Coffee Bar

Little Saint’s diverse coffee program caters to everyone from commuters to farmers to night owls. The rotating drip coffee highlights local, small-batch BIPOC and/or female roasters every quarter. Little Saint’s signature espresso from Saint Frank Coffee in San Francisco supports small East Africa and South and Central America growers.

The Coffee Bar at Little Saint restaurant.
The Coffee Bar at Little Saint restaurant. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

They also offer adaptogenic drinks and small-batch teas sourced locally and internationally from Japan, India, and beyond.

Tea and chocolate chip cookie at Little Saint Restaurant.
Tea and chocolate chip cookie. Photo Courtesy: Emma K. Morris.

Whether you’re looking for a cozy spot to grab your morning coffee or searching for a unique dining experience, Little Saint has something for everyone.

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