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‘Some of the nicest people in the world’ eat here The food. The colorful decor. The music. Senor Sancho’s in Paso Robles treats the senses, especially taste, to a satisfying dining experience. The menu features custom, original recipe Cal-Mex dishes, all created from owner Carlos Leyva’s creative...

Adam Afriade tending bar at Street Side. A local destination for rare whiskey tasting The Street Side Ale House in Atascadero is the vision of four friends...

Pismo Beach restaurant delivers fresh, local seafood in a casual atmosphere –The Cracked Crab is a one-of-a-kind restaurant on the Central Coast. Visiting...

Ian Adamo deftly slices the Jamon IbericoPhotos by Mira Honeycutt Sommelier Ian Adamo curates global and local wines Does downtown Paso Robles need another...

The interior of Klondike Pizza takes you straight to Alaska, with endless displays of artifacts and a unique decor.   Out of the ordinary pizza parlor...

–There are not many places left in California like Los Osos. Los Osos is non-pretentious, laid back; it’s the real California. And there is no better...

Unique resort inspired and crafted with joy includes restaurant, spa, landscapes, and art –Since its opening in late 2015, the Allegretto Vineyard Resort...

The Station Grill restaurant in Grover Beach, housed in the “Grand Junction” building just steps from the railroad tracks and catty-corner from the...

A view from the restaurant’s second story. Photography by Skye Pratt. Restaurant and bar offers gourmet yet approachable American fare –The original...

–Off the beaten path, hidden away on a side street in the sleepy town of Templeton, Chulo’s Café and Cantina offers discerning diners a chance to...