LoCoco's!!! What a great surprise... we wanted Italian food, but did not expect the best we've ever had... ever.
We got there after 6pm and all tables were reserved, so we grabbed a couple seats at the bar and ordered a bottle of Gundlach Bundschu Merlot for $30, very reasonable. The place has an incredible rustic charm and smells like great Italian food.
My wife had Wild Boar Sausage with Forest Mushrooms with Pappardelle pasta. Amazing. I wanted something a little spicy, so I turned to the Sausage, broccoli rabe, pasta and chilies. Amazing. Just a lot of great flavors with that comfort-food type experience.
We would highly recommend this for dinner, but it's a small place, so it would seem that a reservation would be the best way to go... or roll the dice and sit at the bar. But it was a great experience and the food was outstanding. We definitely plan on going back the next time we are within 60 miles of the place. — expresso77, Houston, TXbusiness
Give it time, it's well worth the wait Stopped in for a virgin visit with a friend on a Tuesday night. Downtown Santa Rosa didn’t seem too busy but Lococo’s was hoppin’! The menu looked inviting and we were smitten with the rustic look of the place, so we asked for a table and were seated immediately. The ambiance is delightful, very Old World casual. Immediately transported to Italy or at least a Little Italy somewhere! We ordered the ravioli di manzo (me) and the capellini pomodoro (she). Our waiter brought some excellent bread and oil to the table, good thing because we did have to wait a LONG time for our meal. Such was the rush of diners that night. Our waiter apologized and checked on our meals for us. No problem. I had a read meat sauce with my ravioli instead of the sage butter and it was excellent. My friend thought her dish was the best she’d ever had. Virgin visit a success; I can’t wait to go back! Oh, and our meal cost about the same as the two glasses of wine we sampled a few doors down, so we thought their pricing was fair. — Nugie, Sacramento, CAbusiness