“We are passionate about local sourcing and the relationships that come with it, and our regularly changing menu reflects our connection with seasonality and the creativity it inspires. We are here in service to our community, bringing together food, wine, and the people we love in a comfortable and inclusive setting. We are honored that the restaurant has become such a communal hub. Our regulars are our lifeline.”
Antipasti platter; seasonal pizza; macro bowl with wholegrain rice, heirloom beans, organic vegetables, and homemade kimchi or sauerkraut.
“From the Garden“ is a section on Lowell’s menu, but it could also describe the laid-back Sebastopol restaurant as a whole. Owner Lowell Sheldon is passionate about sourcing from the surrounding Sonoma County countryside – including from his restaurant’s very own Two Belly Acre farm.
Lowell’s Italian-inspired, vegetablecentric menu is the result of collaborations with sustainable and local fisheries, foragers, farmers, winemakers, and small-scale cattle ranchers. Thin-crust pizzas with seasonal toppings and house-made pasta are menu mainstays, as is the macro bowl, a wholesome riot of wholegrain rice, beans, and fresh, marinated, and fermented vegetables. Although the restaurant serves minimal meat, it emphasizes creative, nose-to-tail preparations; its pork sausage shows up in several dishes. The beverage selection is packed with organic and biodynamic wine, beer, and cider. And, as befits a community hub, the dining room is usually packed with regulars.
A slightly off-kilter community hub offering seasonal, organic & locally sourced food & wine