In mid-town Cambria the quaint shops include several beautifully curated shops: Cambria Garden Shed, garden and home grown rare and exotic succulents; Lily’s Coffeehouse, refreshments; Ocean Heir, woman’s apparel and greeting cards; Simplistic Home, home décor and gifts; and, Cayucos Cellars Winery. cambriagardenshed.com, (805) 927-7654
They commit to bringing thoughtfulsourced craft food and drinks from every corner of California to each plate and glass, with the spirit of love for what they do and pride in how they do it. Experience the exciting things at Sidecar! 1040 Broad St., San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, http://www.sidecarcocktail.company, (805) 439-3563
With over 150 cheeses to choose from, expert staff will assist you with wine pairing or creating a gourmet picnic box. Charcuterie and local food products. 821 Pine St., Ste. B, (805) 226-5530
He is a confident and well experienced Realtor helping clients get top dollar for their listing and teaching buyers how to create the winning offer. He even covers the cost of photography and staging! 444 Higera St., gabedavisre.com, (805) 316-1108
Flirt with style! Featuring lingerie, shoes, books, sleepwear, club wear, lotions & potions and so much more! One-stop love boutique for women and couples. Open noon- 10pm 1319 Spring St., nbnstores.com, (805) 238-2787
Kim understands the appeal and beauty of SLO County. Her experience and involvement in the community has launched her on becoming a Real Estate agent. She hopes to use her knowledge of the Central Coast and her networking expertise to assist You in finding Your forever homes. 441 Marsh St., kimboege.com/realestate, (805) 234-4105
Chances are outlaws like Jesse James huddled within these walls. The saloon is one of the oldest and most unique false-front buildings in the area. Enjoy your visit to this historic saloon and raise your glasses to the spirit of Jesse James. 1234 Pine St., (805) 238-1114
Read more about the saloon at https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/paso-robles/country-saloon-character
A west coast coffee lab offering high quality matcha and espresso drinks. With an intimate and modern environment, it’s a great place to hang out, learn about coffee, or grab a delicious beverage. Visit Kin in the heart of downtown SLO and enjoy!
Instagram.com/kin.slo, 847 Higuera St., (805) 439-4136
Always amazing! High-end comfort food, delicious craft cocktails, a wonderful staff and upbeat atmosphere. A must-visit in downtown Paso Robles. Open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner and late-night drinks. 1122 Pine St., PappyMcGregors.com, (805)-238-7070
Integrative Wellness is about the whole woman. Your wellness is at the center of everything they do. They offer noninvasive options when possible and surgery when needed. They want you to regain your passion and confidence. stanislausobgyn.com, 350 Posada Lane Ste 202, Templeton, (805) 434-3000
Founded in 2003, Line Shack Winery was the realization of over two decades of Balentine family winemaking experience. With this venture, owner/winemaker team Bob and Daphne Balentine set out to produce affordable, world-class wines from California’s Central Coast, particularly from the new San Antonio Valley AVA in Southern Monterey County. The San Antonio Valley is the site of California’s second mission, Mission San Antonio, where some of the first wine grapes were ever planted in California. This region provides warm days followed by cool nights, enabling fruit to achieve extended hang time and maximize its true varietal characteristics.
Our vineyards are located in the San Antonio Valley, a 1200 foot high Mountain Valley in the heart of the Santa Lucia mountain range and several miles inland from the Pacific Ocean on the Central Coast of California. The region is quickly becoming renowned for the excellent warm-climate Bourdeaux and Rhone grape varieties. The wines produced are intensely flavored, full-bodied reds and whites of exceptional character.
To round out our portfolio, we source small amounts of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay fruit from the cooler Santa Lucia Highlands, also located in Monterey County. All of our wines are made in an approachable style that is both respectful to the varietal and representative of the California South Coast terroir. As Monterey County natives, we are proud to showcase wines from this beautiful region! We look forward to sharing our family tradition with you and yours!
The only Bead and Garden store on the Central Coast! Old-town charm with a hidden nursery behind. Beads from around the world, charms, findings, tools and repairs. Tillandsias, succulents, miniature garden accessories and more! Open every day. 333 Morro Bay Blvd., (805) 772-3338
Located at the State Park Marina it’s the best kept secret on the Central Coast. Seafood dinners, such as fresh fish, steamers and fish and chips. Meatloaf served Thursday nights. Lunch daily starting at 11 a.m., dinner Thursday-Sunday 4 – 8:30 p.m. Located across the street from the State Park Campground entrance. (805) 772-1465
Mystic Hills Vineyard is a boutique vineyard nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of San Miguel, California. We are blessed with crisp mornings acquired from the Pacific Ocean influence, and hot days soothed by the cooler afternoon winds. This climate, with the beneficial temperature swings, helps to create superior fruit for our wines.
This mission is number 3 in the chain of 21 missions. The Church at the mission has been marvelously restored. Peaceful and rustic, the mission now serves as a retreat center, where guest can find solitude, away from ether busyness of every day life. Located at 1 Mission Creek Rd., Jolon, CA 93928, about an hour drive from Paso Robles. missionsanantonio.net, (831) 385-4478
Handmade organic fair trade chocolates right here in SLO. An excellent choice of gifts for friends, family and for yourself! Enjoy a delicious truffle, cup of hot chocolate or a chocolate shake while you shop. Mon–Fri 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. -7 p.m., Closed Sundays. 1445 Monterey St, mama-ganache.com, (805) 782-9868
Two giant locations on the Central Coast offering a nice selection of antiques and collectibles. Open daily 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Located in Cambria at 2110 & 2084 Main Street. RichmanPoormanAntiques.com, (805) 203-5350
Read more about the antique store here: https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/cambria-san-simeon/nostalgic-antiques-draw-rich-and-poor