Eat Play and Stay
Ageless Tachyon Center is located: at 921 Transport Way, Suite 27, Petaluma, California 94954.
** 2021 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Check before going to see what is open. Many restaurants are finally reopening. Most of the restaurants listed below have at least outdoor seating with heat lamps, or in some cases, indoor seating also, on the days they are open.
Coffee: Starbucks and Peet’s Coffee are all within about a mile, just south of our offices. See if you can enjoy most of your caffeine after your session in the tachyon chamber. The tachyons will give beneficial effects anyway, even if you do come in with caffeine in your system. It might be more difficult to feel it, however.
For breakfast and lunch:
Deer Creek Village Shopping Center, on McDowell Blvd, immediately south of our building offers: Jamba Juice; Sourdough & Co.; Mary’s Pizza Shack (good minestrone and a nice range of Italian food); and Habit Hamburgers. Friedman’s Home Store is right there, (similar to Home Depot).
For local restaurants, the following are all in historic West Petaluma, across Hwy 101 from our building, and about 2 miles away.
Alot of these restaurants are within a block or two of the river and within a block or two of each other. You can stroll around in this historic section of town and see what’s cookin’.
Water Street Bistro for breakfast and lunch at 100 Petaluma Blvd North, at intersection of Western Avenue. (Closed Mondays, Tuesdays Wednesdays at the moment). (Favorite of ours. On the river).
Tea Room Cafe for breakfast and lunch at 316 Western Avenue, 3 blocks west of Petaluma Blvd. (Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays).
Hallie’s Diner for breakfast at 125 Keller Street. About 2 blocks west of intersection of Washington and Petaluma Blvd. Open 7 days, we think.
Lunchette for lunch only at 25 – 4th Street. Near B Street. Organic salads and light lunches. Monday through Friday only 10 am -3 pm.
Della Fattoria Bakery and Cafe (Nice bread bakery plus breakfast and lunch). 143 Petaluma Blvd. No., half a block south of Washington Ave and Petaluma Blvd. Bakery is open until 3 daily.
Lunch and Dinner:
Simmer Vietnamese Kitchen for lunch and dinner, south of us at 299 North McDowell, in the shopping center behind Redwood Credit Union. You’ll see Redwood Credit Union facing No. McDowell.
The following are on Petaluma Blvd or Kentucky Street in historic West Petaluma, on west side of 101, about 2 miles from us.
Cucina Paradiso, Italian food, 114 Petaluma Blvd South. Lunch and dinner Monday-Saturday.
Water Street Bistro for breakfast and lunch at 100 Petaluma Blvd North, at intersection of Western Avenue. A French trained chef-owner, but moderate prices. A community favorite. (Check the days they’re open).
Central Market, Farm to Table cuisine, 42 Petaluma Blvd. North. Dinner only.
Della Fattoria, See above in the breakfast and lunch section.
Wild Goat Bistro, Somewhat European, lots of gluten-free items. 6 Petaluma Blvd North near B Street intersection, in the Great Petaluma Mill building, for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. It’s good to phone them and make a reservation even an hour or two ahead.
Mi Pueblo -El Centro, Well-priced Mexican food. Find them at 108 Kentucky Street. Kentucky Street is a fun street to stroll and shop. (Copperfields Books, I Leoni cookware store).
Places to Explore and Stay in Petaluma
Visitors Bureau: The local visitors bureau is at VisitPetaluma.
Explore: Historic West Petaluma (where many of the above restaurants are located.) On west side of Hwy 101, about 2 miles west of our office.
Walk for 1-2 hours: at Helen Putnam Park, on the outskirts of West Petaluma. Some paved paths and beautiful views at the top. Take your time going up if you need to. The view is worth it.
Hike, bike and beach walks: at Pt. Reyes National Seashore (about 25 miles west of Petaluma is where it begins).
Stay in Petaluma: The Petaluma Hotel, a recently renovated historic hotel, with an oyster bar, in the middle of historic west Petaluma.
Stay in Petaluma: The Hampton Inn Our historic, brick silk mill has been converted to this stylish place. Visitors to the tachyon chamber have recently reported they love this place! Comes with a do-it-yourself breakfast. Brick walls, high ceilings, near the Sonoma-Marin SMART commuter train.
Stay in Petaluma: Petaluma Sheraton at the Petaluma Marina. Word has it they are pet-friendly. (Pets don’t come to Ageless Tachyon Center but there is a dog park in the shopping center immediately south of our building.)
Stay in Petaluma: Metro Hotel, downtown Petaluma. A European-style hotel. Note that some of the rooms offer bathrooms in the European style, which are down the hall.
Stay and Camp in Petaluma: KOA, 20 Rainsville Road, Petaluma.