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less Night and day: Pat's, a traditional American diner and an institution on Guerneville's Main Street since 1945, transforms itself in the evening into the equally popular Dick Blomster's Korean Diner. more Sweet surprise: A dessert bowl of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches fried in pancake batter and served with vanilla ice cream and Pop Rocks has been a signature dish at Dick Blomster's Korean Diner in Guerneville since it first opened in the same Main Street location as a pop-up called Hi-Five.Open for breakfast and lunch as the American diner Pat's, the innovative Dick Blosmter's is open nightly from 5 to 10 p.m., and till 2 a.m. less Sweet surprise: A dessert bowl of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches fried in pancake batter and served with vanilla ice cream and Pop Rocks has been a signature dish at Dick Blomster's Korean Diner in ...The seasonal menu takes advantage of the town's location just 13 miles ...
more Local perk: Around the corner from Main Street on Armstrong Woods Road, Coffee Bazaar has been a gathering place for Guerneville residents and visitors since 1983, serving three meals a day as well as coffee drinks and baked goods. less Speaking volumes: Next to Coffee Bazaar on Armstrong Woods Road, Twice Told Books has a captivating selection of some 10,000 used books, plus a few new tomes, as well as whimsical gifts for adults and children, ...
Nearby lies Johnson's Beach, which bustles in the summer with sunbathers, kayakers, swimmers and others drawn to the shallow but cold water.
Founded in 1918, the family-owned campground and resort attracts a diverse crowd typical of Guerneville.
Stop by Sonoma Nesting Company for a guide to participants. more Pottery barn: At Guerneville's First Friday Art Walk in June, several artists set up tables along Main Street to sell their ceramics.
less A taste for art: The Blue Door Gallery is one of a number of Guerneville merchants supporting the town's First Friday Art Walks, which began in April 2012. The nearby Austin Creek State Recreation Area is home to a historic art studio known as Pond Farm Pottery, part of a former art colony in the redwoods made famous by World War II refugee Marguerite Wildenhain.