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–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 discover classic and new versions of Mexican and South American cuisine. Co-owners and real life couple Karol and Luís Ruíz are foodies who come from Lima,...

Ramen, sushi, rolls, and more offered on ever-changing menu Located in Los Osos, a funky beach town often referred to as, “the gem of the Central...

Justin Winery, located among the pastoral hills on the West Side of Paso Robles, may just be the quintessential Paso Robles wine country story and experience....

Odyssey World offers comfortable indoor and outdoor seating. Odyssey World Cafe, located in downtown Paso Robles, is a reflection of the rich lives of...

Rooster Creek co-owner Daryl Cope. Modern menu lets patrons enjoy classics with a twist Inspired by the local wildlife, co-owners Debbie Schiro and Daryl...

Tourism non-profit releases guide to planning a dog-friendly visit to the area Visit San Luis Obispo County, a non-profit countywide destination marketing...

Manager Dustin Winkelpleck manning the bar. New hot spot is a ‘modern day speakeasy’ Found on the corner of Mason St., the Mason Bar & Grill is...

Outdoor lighting at Blue Sky Bistro on the Bay. Popular restaurant offers eclectic dining options –Fishing boats and kayaks are navigating the tranquil...

Extended hours provide visitors with more dining options –Cambria is a charming beachside hamlet known for its art galleries, antique shops and cafes,...

Restaurant adjacent to Paso Robles airport now open First Class Cafe, a new restaurant at the Paso Robles Airport, is officially open for business. They...