You probably already know that the state of California produces almost half of all the fruits, nuts, and vegetables grown in the United States. But did you know that most of that food comes from our very own backyard in Central California? In an effort to highlight the fruits of our local farmers’ labor, Chef Kyle at The Steakhouse at the Paso Robles Inn creates a special menu each month featuring the fresh ingredients grown just beyond our doors.
If you’re with us at one of our Pismo Area Resorts this weekend, you can’t miss the Western Monarch Day celebration! Pismo State Beach docents will host the celebration from 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 at the butterfly grove, 455 S. Dolliver, Pismo Beach.
Although beautiful San Luis Obispo County boasts about 300 sunny days per year, of course even the prettiest of places are bound to have a few rainy days! On those few gloomy days though, there is still so much to do from Pismo to Paso that will allow you to enjoy a fun-filled vacation on California’s Central Coast. More rain means gorgeous, green hillsides and an opportunity to explore more unique spots on the Central Coast, so check out our ideas below and get started!
January is the most delicious time of the year on the Central Coast! Throughout San Luis Obispo County, participating restaurants are offering special pre-fixe menus featuring 3 courses for $30-$40 per person as part of the SLO CAL Restaurant Month celebration. Our region is marked by some of the freshest flavors available throughout the state, with plenty of fine dining experiences waiting just moments away from the Martin Resorts properties. Use our guide to the best Restaurant Month meals & deals below to satisfy any craving during your next getaway, without breaking the bank.
“Where are you going for work this week?” “I’m headed up north, somewhere on the central coast.” “Sound’s awesome!” “Well, I’ll be stuck in meetings most of the week.”