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
April 18-19 2020
Paso Robles Downtown City Park East end of Park. Spring Street and 12th Street Paso Robles, Ca.
Saturday April 18 10am to 5pm
Sunday April 19 10am to 4pm.
PARKING: Hundreds of free parking spaces within 3 blocks of Paso Robles Downtown City Park
WHY: This show offers artists and crafts people a high quality outdoor setting to display and sell their wares to an appreciative audience.
RESULT: Paso Robles Art in the Park is looked upon as the finest display of handmade art and crafts presented in San Luis Obispo County.
EXHIBITS: 130 booths representing independent artists and craft workers .
FOOD: The art show at downtown city park is surrounded by great restaurants for a snack, lunch or after-show dinner.
Your perfect stop for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a variety of items to choose from such as breakfast burritos, salads, wraps, hot and cold sandwiches, pub style burgers and of course our beer and wine bar with 11 rotating taps of craft beers. 22322 El Camino Real, Santa Margarita, theporchcafe.com, (805) 438-3376
Antipasti, hand crafted pastas, generous main courses and truly inspired desserts, such as Chef Varia’s famous tiramisu. The highest quality and freshest foods. Open weekdays for lunch & dinner. Open Sat. & Sun. for dinner at 5:30 p.m. 943 Spring St. Call for reservations. (805) 237-0600
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 showcase of Thomas Kinkade’s famous works both new and classic. Ask to see his lesser known pieces as well. Experience the many beautiful styles of Kinkade’s artwork. 500 Cypress St., Pismo Beach, (805) 773-9424
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
A family-owned establishment with a full cocktail bar, boasting fresh fish and seafood in a relaxed atmosphere. Offering classic coastal dishes with East Coast influence like steamed clams and lobster rolls with mouth-watering specialties like Pacific Coast Halibut and grilled swordfish. adasfishhouse.com, 558 Price St, (805) 556-3077
Proudly Serving the Central Coast Since 1966
California Fresh Market provides groceries to the local community. Organic, Specialty, and Gourmet products. Full Service Deli & Bakery, Full Service Meat & Seafood, Specialty Wines & Cheeses, Unique Gifts and so much more! californiafreshmarket.com, 555 Five Cities Dr., Pismo Beach, CA 93449, (805) 295-7162; 771 Foothill Blvd., San Luis Obispo, CA 93405, (805) 250-1425
A local brewpub crafted as a comfortable space for beer lovers and families alike. Their facility includes mini-bowling lanes, arcade games, foosball, air hockey and a toddler corner. 6907 El Camino Real Suite C, Atascadero, http://www.wildfields.com, (805) 399-2337
Cambria Pines Lodge-Wood Fired Pizza Night-Join us nightly from 5-7:30- visit cambriapineslodge.com for information about all our social distancing events! 2905 Burton Dr., Cambria, cambriapineslodge.com, (805) 927-4200
Read more in the Cambria Travel Guide: https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/cities/cambria-travel-guide
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
Locally sourced, made from scratch breakfast and lunch dishes. Enjoy the classics: chicken fried steak, liver and onions, and corned beef hash. Try gluten-free Johnnycakes, mimosa flights, and light breakfast combos. Celebrating its 80th birthday, this cafe offers a bit of Paso Robles history with every meal. 841 13th St, vicscafe.org, (805) 238-3988
Big Sky Cafe sources their organic fruits and vegetables and farmstead cheeses, olive oils, and vintage vinegars from local farmers and ranchers to create fresh market dishes daily. It’s no wonder that they appeal to food lovers! 1121 Broad St, San Luis Obispo, bigskycafe.com, (805) 545-5401
Premier cannabis retailer in Grover Beach, Morro Bay and SLO. Focusing on education and providing state of the art facilities with expert 1-on-1 service, NHC offers a comprehensive selection of top-quality products in an inclusive atmosphere. 998 Huston St. GB, 495 Morro Bay Blvd. MB, nhcdispensaries.com, (805) 201-1498
Tasting Room Hours
Open Sunday-Wednesday 12 – 7:30pm
Thursday- Saturday 12 – 9:30pm
Award-winning clam chowder, best tri-tip sandwiches in SLO County, BBQ Buffalo Clams. Dine inside or on the patio. 1 block from the ocean. 209 Pomeroy, Downtown Pismo Beach, (805) 773-6165
Mouthwatering deserts, savory breakfast options and of course cookies and cupcakes galore, this is destined to be your new favorite stop. Available for catering, or pop in and see the friendly staff and try any of their sweet treats made fresh daily. 22720 El Camino Real Suite A, Santa Margarita, (805) 709-1907