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Sparks Restaurant is located in Guerneville, a little town nestled amongst giant redwood trees on the banks of the Russian River. Guerneville is an hour and a half drive north of the Golden Gate bridge, 25 minutes west of Santa Rosa, and 20 minutes east of the coast on Hwy. 116 from Jenner.

Sparks serves a seasonal menu; check web site for current offerings.

Catering, wholesale services and classes are available.

Location: 16248 Main Street, Guerneville California 95446 Telephone 707-869-8206

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Vallejo) Allen's Shell-a-rama
(Sonoma) Breakaway Cafe
(Benicia) Camellia Tea Room
(Healdsburg) Catelli's The Rex Restaurant and Bar
(Santa Rosa) Cattlemens Restaurant
(Benicia) Cliff's Pleasant View


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