Pearl Petaluma Restaurant Inspired by Mediterranean Flavors

Pearl Petaluma restaurant
Brian Letiner and Annette Yang, owners of Pearl restaurant in Petaluma

Pearl is a new Petaluma restaurant with food “inspired by the Eastern Mediterranean, but with bold and clean flavors of Sonoma County.”

Co-owners Brian Letiner and Annette Yang use local sources for food, includingplaces like FEED in Sebastopol and Sonoma County Meat Co., voted best butcher shop the past three years running by the North Bay Bohemian. Local beverage producers also dominate the drinks menu, with Petaluma’s HenHouse Brewing on tap.

“When we came to Petaluma, we found it to be vibrant and bustling,” Yang says. “We also really appreciate Petaluma’s pride in its ag roots. Because the area’s agriculture heritage still plays a strong role in its economy and its character, we have a great selection of local products to choose from.”

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