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Drop in for a tasting or join a class and become a winemaker for a day —Wine masters Michael Keller, Magdalena Wojcik and Chris Payne opened their second location for the Blending Lab in Paso Robles this summer. Even though they are new to Paso Robles, they are not new to winemaking. They first launched...

Locals and tourists alike can enjoy various food and drink vendors —Just a few blocks down from the downtown Paso Robles city park, the Paso Market...

From an Irish theme to south-of-the-border flavors, exotic cocktails and a flashback to the 1920s, the Park & Pine Group offers unique dining and...

—Joel Cox is an award-winning film editor who has worked with Clint Eastwood for several decades. He recently began editing Clint Eastwood’s latest...

Local soul food making national waves —Just a quick walk from the bustle of the Paso Robles Downtown City Park is Dubs Paso Soul Food Grill, where delicious...

Horses, ponies, and donkeys find a safe haven —Redwings Horse Sanctuary was first founded in Carmel, CA in 1991 with the mission to end the abuse, neglect,...

Chef Andre, combining classic cooking with a modern twist, is now serving lunch To say that Executive Chef Andre Averseng enjoys cooking would be an understatement....

Local, family-owned and operated wineries team up to deliver great wines at a great price point  –When it comes to hospitality, Bob and Daphne...

An old time saloon rooted in Paso Robles history –Before “Beer for My Horses” hit the country music charts the Pine Street Saloon was already serving...

Discover the meal destination for locals and visitors –Located on Pine Street directly across the street from the Downtown City Park, the Red Scooter...