Review: Tendejon de la Calle

Mateo Granados Catering
399 Business Park Court
Windsor, CA 95492
(707) 837-0774

Tendejon de la Calle literally translates to “taste of the street,” the mantra to which Yucatán-born Chef Mateo Granados faithfully adheres. Instead of on street corners, Granados’ roving restaurant crops up in exclusive wine caves or hidden rustic barns throughout Sonoma County.

It’s a sit-down, restaurant-style experience, with an ever-changing menu modern Yucatán cuisine (entrees from $20) made from seasonal ingredients. Diners can bring their own bottle of wine (for a small corkage fee), unless the venue happens to be a winery.

Check the website or sign up for the newsletter to learn about upcoming events and locations, and make reservations early as dinners tend to sell out.

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Dinner locations change frequently. Check the website for location details.

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