For organic groceries, bulk granola, vegetarian shampoo, and an overall good vibe, shop at Santa Rosa Community Farmers Market. This market emphasizes locally produced, organic food. Here you will find an impressive selection of raw foods, fair trade coffee and tea, organic tofu, and ethically produced eggs and cheese.
Find locally sourced meats and produce, along with all your everyday supermarket needs, at Molsberry Market near Old Redwood Highway. The family-owned facility supplies an extensive array of deli cheeses as well as household cleaning products, pet
foods, personal care items and sundries. If you prefer a more typical supermarket experience, you'll find a Safeway on Marlow Road and a Trader Joe's on Cleveland Avenue, as well as a Whole Foods Market in nearby Sebastopol.
At The Last Record Store in Santa Rosa, you can load up on vintage albums, 45s and the turntables to play them on, too. TLRS sells tickets to Sonoma County events and hosts a good selection of CDs, cassettes and 8-track tapes. The store is wheelchair accessible and provides ample off-street space for cars and bicycles.
Furnish your St. Rose home with splendid stuff from Whistlestop Antiques. Located a block west of Redwood Highway in historic Railroad Square,
Whistlestop displays an ever-changing array of vintage books, teacups, furniture, clothing, tools in an eclectic selection. Kids can explore vintage toys and comics while adults browse through the store.