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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A twenty-something Colorado native, Alison Kjeldgaard is an aspiring editor, avid reader, and obsessed tango dancer. She lived in Los Angeles for four years where she enjoyed running and lounging on the beach. She graduated in 2009 from Occidental College with two journalism internships under her belt, an English Literature degree, and a national economic crisis. Despite this, Alison has paid the bills working odd jobs and taking every chance she can to travel. So far, she has been to Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Austria, Costa Rica, and Argentina. Alison recently moved to San Francisco from Denver, and is a freelance writer with a love of hiking, biking, caving and gold panning. Check out her magazine at