Category: Central Coast DiningMay 13, 2013
As the temperature climbs, consider a trip to the Central Coast to enjoy a weekend or even mid-week visit to our beaches.
Our beachside towns are wonderful, undiscovered places, to cool off from the heat of the inland valley and have a little fun.
Let's start North and work our way South:
Apr 26, 2013
This Saturday, April 27 from 6-9pm please join us for music with Shakeh and wines by the Riboli Family Wines.
We'll be pouring a most amazing and delicious Cabernet Sauvignon that I had the chance to taste recently at the Colibri Wine Bar. This is a very BIG red. For those of you who love a lotread on
Apr 17, 2013
The Central Coast is always a cornicopia of new finds. I recently discovered our own local distillery. Yes, you heard me right! Amongst all the vines and wonderful wines being produced in San Luis Obispo County, we now have a liquor distillery!
The distillery has found a perfect, and remarkablyread on
Mar 25, 2013
There are so many reasons to make a visit to Hearst Castle. There is the architecture to see, the stories to hear about Mr. Hearst's life and the building of the Castle, the natural beauty of the Central Coast, the antiques and historical treasures displayed at the Castle.... and also theread on
Mar 14, 2013
This weekend, March 15 - 17, heralds one of our big wine weekends - The Zinfandel Festival. Instead of a crowded central event the organizers have decided to instead, support the activities of the individual wineries in showcasing their wines and creating good times at wineries throughout the Northread on
Mar 06, 2013
With all this wine flowing through Paso Robles and Edna Valley, we often forget to notice what's happening on the Beer Front! While not as large a dynamic as the 200+ wineries on the Central Coast, the Craft Beers are making a showing!
Saturday, March 9th we welcome the Xtreme Beer Festival toread on
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Feb 28, 2013
Zinfandel is the heritage grape of Paso Robles. Do we have great Zins? Don't even bother to ask, because we have Zins that meet everyone's definition of great. From those thick jammy wines to the lighter take on the varietal - it's being made in Paso Robles.
And, to celebrate all these Zins, theread on
Feb 19, 2013
Movie Buffs out there take heed: The SLO International Film Festival will be screening films, featuring worksops and otherwise, taking over the county with a bounty of films to be screened and judged during March 6-10, 2013.
Since starting in 1993, the festival has grown and attracted film-makersread on
Feb 12, 2013
I'm not sure what it is, but I do LOVE Valentine's Day. Admittedly, I've always had a 'thing' for hearts, and, infact, have a beautiful red stone heart paperweight sitting aside me as I write this. Hearts show up in other places in my home, too. Like the funky little string of wooden hearts thatread on