Bistro 29

620 5th Street Santa RosaCA95401
Closed
Sunday
Closed
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
5:00pm-9:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm-9:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm-9:00pm
Friday
5:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm-9:30pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Cash
Average Rating
4.5
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El Coqui specializes in Latin American cuisine from the tropical and festive Puerto Rico. There is baked chicken, pork adobo, sauteed prawns, thin-cut pork chops and much more. All entrees are served with rice, beans, avocado salad and fried plantains.
by worldweb on June 13, 2014 from worldweb

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Bistro 29 is Santa Rosa’s go-to spot for fine wine, French cuisine (the number 29 comes from Finistère), and a good time.
by foursquare on November 08, 2019 from foursquare
Bienvenue à Bistro 29! What is with the name?

Bistro 29 is a traditional bistro specializing in "Breton" regional cuisine. The number 29 comes from the department of Finistère (end of the earth) located in the upper tip of north-west France. Known for the Galette de blé noir (traditional buckwheat crêpe) and sweet crêpes, Bretagne also uses a variety of local seafood and produce that can...
by activediner on February 19, 2013 from activediner
Bistro 29 located in downtown Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. Bistro 29 is a traditional bistro specializing in "Breton" regional cuisine. The number 29 comes from the department of Finistere (end of the earth) located in the upper tip of north-west France. Known for the Galette de ble noir (traditional buckwheat crepe) and sweet crepes, Bretagne also uses a variety of local seafood and produce that...
by yahoolocal on January 11, 2012 from yahoolocal
From OpenTable: Bistro 29 located in downtown Santa Rosa, Sonoma County. Bistro 29 is a traditional bistro specializing in “Breton” regional cuisine. The number 29 comes from the department of Finistère (end of the earth) located in the upper tip of north-west France. Known for the Galette de blé noir (traditional buckwheat crêpe) and sweet crêpes, Bretagne also uses a variety of local seafood...
by menuism on April 05, 2011 from menuism