Trading Post Restaurant
Trading Post is open for dinner from Wednesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday Brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
We invited friends to join us for our 5th visit to the Trading Post. The pork belly tacos were a hit, along with the fresh salads, amazing homemade pasta, and delicious entrees. We shared many of the plates, which made it more fun and appetizing. We would recommend this restaurant to all our friends. Thanks for a wonderful dining experience.
Once again our waiter forgot our order so we went straight to entree without salad. Why? Because he never writes it down. And he always forgets something.
Everything was wonderful we had hamburgers we had breakfast plate I had duck all the delicious.
We will return
We had a delicious, gluten free, low carb meal. The fish entrees are always prepared perfectly. Happy!
Great tasting & healthy cuisine from local sources. Wonderful people. good vide.
Fantastic restaurant that is the cornerstone of Cloverdale dining. Chef Erik's innovative takes on American classics are as artfully composed as they are delicious. With a enduring commitment to quality and seasonality, we're always thrilled to make the trip up from Santa Rosa to Cloverdale if our journey involves a stop at the Trading Post.
We enjoyed every bite of our meal. The lamb was perfection, and the apple tart crisp and not too sweet. The service was excellent as well. We'll definitely be returning.
We had a nice experience at the Trading Post. The food was good, but had to purchase bread. Seems cheap on their part. Most Establishments provide pre-meal bread for free. Choices were limited. Did not appreciate the FORCED tip to the "kitchen staff".
Brunch was delicious! No hesitation to visit again.
Despite the reservation, we never had a dedication waiter. Our service bounced between the hostess, a bar tender, and a buser. The food was good, but I’d not return due to the dreadful front-of-house service. Could have just been an off night, but I probably won’t revisit.
Atmosphere is open and vibrant. Food is well executed with comfort food at heart, but with an elevated appeal to it.
The food at Trading Post is always reliable and the room is always warm and friendly.
I was surprised as I've been to this restaurant before and enjoyed the food and staff there. The waitress we had was not very friendly at all. In fact, she seemed annoyed. Maybe because we brought a bottle of Sparkling wine with us... She never checked on us and took a long time to get our other couple their drinks. It wasn't busy at the time. The food was on the lightly burnt side. The duck fat tater tot was over-fried but the flavor was good. Chicken Pot Pie crust was a bit on the burnt side but not as much as the tots. My burger was great but I ended up having a slight stomach issue during the night. Not sure what that was from... Not saying it was from this restaurant but thought I would mention it since my friend who had the Fried Chicken had a similar experience but not as bad as mine. Also, it was my B-day and when I've gone to other restaurants - they at least acknowledged a celebration. I did say I would recommend this restaurant because I do believe that places deserve a second chance. Maybe it was just an 'off' night..... That happens.
This was mine and my husbands first time here and it was great, the staff was amazing and the food was great
The food was great as always, delicious! The service was poor, the worst we've experienced in all our meals here. I believe this was because it was fully booked, therefore, possibly understaffed. The wait staff looked harried. Other than the water, we had to ask for everything (who our wait person was, could we place our order, where is our salad, where is our soup, where is our bread, etc etc). Our bill was brought to us without desert being offered to us, also. We had to ask if there were deserts for the night and what they were. This service made this special Valentine's Day date less than special.
We don’t drink alcohol so the server usually avoids us in catering to the people who drink! Our server came over at 8:30 to ask what we had ordered because he couldn’t remember what it was. We had a 7:30 sitting and we did not receive our dinner until after 9pm
Food was excellent. We had the potato tots to start, then the flat iron steak and pork chop. Both were outstanding, I was talked into the 2" thick pork chop by the waiter and was very glad! The service however (while friendly and energetic) was HORRENDOUSLY slow. In fairness to the restaurant, it was Valentines day and the place was full but we felt the serving staff was grossly understaffed for the evening when we saw how many tables they were covering. So the service issue seemed to be more of a management/scheduling opportunity than anything having to do with the servers themselves. Ambiance was great, very open and natural wood tones while still trendy without being pretentious. We'll be back to see if the wait time is better on a non Holiday night. If they fix that, this will be well worth our drive from Santa Rosa.
The food is always fantastic - never a bad meal here. Creative and uniquely wonderful dishes. The service is always lousy. Long waits - confused wait-persons. Weren't in any rush so the overall experience was v good - but that's totally due to this chef's magic touch. DELICIOUS.
Always amazing and Chef Jude made the best apricot almond scones. They were fluffy and flavorful... plus everyone’s eggs came out cooked to their preference. I couldn’t have asked for a better dining experience. Oh and there were 10 of us!
We arrived right at 9 for our reservation. Rita met us at the door and welcomed us in from a cold, dreary evening into this super cozy restaurant. We had trout and the cannelloni special and everything was perfect. We highly recommend the Trading Post. It was a new find for us in Cloverdale and was our best dining experience overall during our week long Sonoma County vacation. Well done Rita and the Trading Post Team!
Great wine choices the Cast, Blanc de noir, was amazing and the food was great like the old bread versus the skillet but the duck was awesome
Dinner was wonderful! We love seeing Chef Eric, he came out and chatted with us for a bit. It was quite a busy night but our waiter Chris was very attentive. The food is alway delicious and we never go away hungry. Just wish I could save room for dessert.
Fresh vegetables, great pasta, attentive service. Delicious meal. Will go back soon!
Our waitresses was not attentive or helpful with items on the menu. Our meal took quite a while to get.
My wife's meal was over salted. They did realize that things were taking too long and treated us to a delicious dessert... we appreciated the gesture.
We love this place, especially for larger groups. Good locals wine list.
Great dining experience. Food was outstanding, great service, everything locally sourced and creatively prepared. Will definitely be back.
We always enjoy our dinner, I think the deserts are the only disappointment
We have eaten there several times, food is always good, service can be hit and miss, New Year's Eve was right on!
The food was all great. Simply delicious and memorable. Had the greens and grains salad which was tasty, different and fun and main course was the fried chicken thighs. Yum, yum, yum. Excellent food all around. You can’t go wrong and the pricing was spot on for the amount of food we got. Well worth every bite.
Lovely atmosphere and delectable fresh food. Can’t wait to return. I just wish they had a full bar.
Amazing food and service!
Great location, ambiance and atmosphere!! Will be back and highly recommend to friends!!!
Ordered a happy hour flatbread with prosciutto for $9. The bill came and I was charge an additional $2 for the prosciutto. The flatbread with prosciutto on the regular menu is $12. Does that mean it will ultimately be $14? After a leisurely an relaxing dinner its a shame to have to be on guard when the bill comes to notice and deflect nonsense like this. It makes me much less eager to return.
Hi Kkee, I'm the owner of Trading Post and wife to Chef Erik. I heard about the incident regarding your bill and I'm very sorry for the inconvenience and stressed it caused. The server who helped you made a mistake about the happy hour pricing because we had not been clear about the fact that our HH prices for flatbreads are fixed while the dinner pricing is variable, depending on the version chosen. I sincerely hope you'll consider this an honest mistake and come join us again sometime.
The food combines comfort food with farm-to-table and creative, tasty combinations. If you've read Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant, you'll feel you walked right into it. There's no full bar but there is an extensive wine and beer list. The portions are large enough that we took some home, this is not a tiny portion "California Cuisine" sort of place. The fresh baked goods are astonishing!
Delicious food, new ideas and dishes but there are several things on the menu that don't change. You don't have to worry that your favorite entree will disappear! One of my favorite rooms of all the restaurants I have ever visited. Excellent service, too! Kudos to Chef Eric.
Best meal in town.
Great food and atmosphere.
Never dissapointed by this awesome spot , great brunch and diner with local ingredients , prepare simply and very well seasonned.
Thanks also for the great service and value.
No cocktails but good wine selection. Large serving sizes. Creative preparation of usual dishes. Will return.
Came for brunch...eggs Benedict, eggs and sausage,mimosas....all delious. Great Benedict sauce,patty sausage very well seasoned and tender,good potatoes as well as a delicious home made scone. Outstanding!