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A Matter of Taste
Cambria’s gourmet and culinary shop. Featuring
gourmet kitchen items and gadgets, spices, designer
cookware, truffles and chocolate, cookbooks,
special order shortbread tarts.
Two hidden treasures in downtown Templeton for one-stop shopping. Fresh flowers, plants, weddings, special events, local and worldwide delivery. Adelaide’s Kid Corner is a children’s boutique adorned with 0-5T clothing, educational toys and books. Brands available are: Giggle Moon, Zutano, Nano-Baby, Robeez, KicKee Pants, Mustard Pie, Melissa & Doug and more! 300 S. Main St., adelaidefloral.com, (805) 434-2997
Avila Valley Barn is a local favorite! Find fresh, local produce, amazing homemade bakery goodies, gift shops, delicious deli and sweet shop, farm animals, and much more. Also, visit Gopher Glen for organic apples and fresh pressed cider and hard ciders. 560 Avila Beach Dr. avilavalleybarn.com, (805) 595-2816
A wide variety of unique yarns, knitting and crochet supplies, buttons, and kits. Something for everyone, from the beginning knitter to the serious fiber artist. Unique gifts and offerings to remember your trip to Cambria. 4210 Bridge St. entrance on Main St., cambriayarn.com, (805) 927-3280
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
The boutique that will keep you and your friends
coming back for more. Not only are the prices
great but the customer service can’t be beat. They
carry a wide variety of clothes.
Casual outside waterfront dining. Fresh fare & comfort food for breakfast, lunch & sunset dinners. Fresh seafood with south of the border selections and clam chowder bread bowls. Open daily. Take out too. Pet friendly & WiFi. 699 Embarcadero #6, (805) 772-8988
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
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
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
The owners have been serving award-winning pizza in a cozy Alaskan atmosphere since 1988. Munch on peanuts and toss your shells on the floor. Try the Reindeer Sausage! They also have a gluten-free crust option. Sun-Thurs: 11-9 p.m. / Fri & Sat: till 10 p.m., 104 Bridge St., Arroyo Grande, klondikepizza.com, (805) 481-5288
Explore Conscious Living with oneof-
a-kind gifts and jewelry. Nourish
mind and body with aromatherapy,
incense and candles. We carry fair
trade and artisan handicrafts that are
inspired by nature. Focus on tranquility
with crystals, books and statuary.
Home to Thomas Kinkade and Robert
Copple art, local area artists Bonnie
Wilkins, Patricia Newton and others.
Photography by Joe Schwartz, Bob
Wilkins, Laura Dienzo, Bob Kelley,
Josh Sewell, Joseph James and Nancy
Koren. Western art and bronze sculptures
by Vel Miller.
Fabulous designer fashions at incredible
prices. Casual to elegant. Browse
through gently used fashions from
designers like Chanel, Gucci, Prada,
Louis Vutton and more. Open Mon.
to Sat., 10am-5 pm Located in the
center of downtown at 1124 Garden
St. between Marsh & Higuera.
The General Store offers local provisions for your pantry and home. Their thoughtfully curated items warm up any home. Gifting and local baskets are their specialty! http://www.generalstorepr.com, (805) 226-5757
HotShots! Voted best fish and chips in town. All ages, open late offering 14 pool tables, air hockey, arcade games and 30 beers on tap! Try handmade pizza or fresh-ground burgers. Located just one block from the beach. 250 Pomeroy Ave., Pismo Beach, hotshotspismo.com, (805) 773-4542
Rustic outside with yummy local
products inside! Lots of tasty treats
to choose from. Many varieties and
flavors of nuts, dried fruits, sweets,
and local honey. Open daily 8:30-6
and they ship
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
Handmade gold, silver and platinum jewelry, gemstones
from around the world. Tahitian, South Sea
and fresh water pearls, jade, diamond engagement,
wedding and anniversary rings. Mens stainless
jewelry. Owner Tim McLean has over 37 years
experience in jewelry design. 180 N. Ocean Ave. Read more about visiting Cayucos, CA at https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/cayucos/cayucos-visitors-guide