Food: Farmer’s Wife bringing home the bacon with new cafe
Kenwood resident Kendra Kolling opened her new cafe, the Farmer’s Wife, in the Barlow outdoor marketplace in Sebastopol on, appropriately, Monday, Oct. 8, just a year after her Kenwood home burned to the ground. Kolling considers this little café to be a small wonder, and much bigger than her 10-by-10 tent from which she has been preparing and dishing out the best sandwiches in the Bay Area at several farmers markets.
Expect her renowned open-faced sandwiches loaded with regional cheeses and vegetables from nearby farms. Check out the cookie and milk bar, sandwich melts, soups and salads. Open daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. 6760 McKinley St., Suite 120, Sebastopol. Thefarmerrswifesonoma.com.