With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, we can feel the love in the crisp Central Coast air! From stunning sunsets over the Pacific to fine wine & dining, there’s no better place than San Luis Obispo County to celebrate your love. Below, enjoy our guide to the top 3 destinations for your Valentine’s Day celebration.
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.
It’s no secret that Paso Robles, California and the greater Central Coast area have become a nationally-acclaimed destination for foodies and winos alike. With most of the country’s fruit and vegetables grown in our very own backyard, we are spoiled with easy access to farm-fresh food thanks to our local Farmers’ Markets that occur weekly in almost every SLO County town.
The NFL 2018 season kicks off THIS Sunday, September 9th and Cattlemen’s Lounge in Paso Robles is the place to be for football fanatics and casual viewers alike, as this local favorite bar is one of the only two establishments in town to offer NFL Sunday Ticket, a streaming service that provides access to live out-of-market games that would normally be unavailable to local affiliates.
With a bottle of wine by your side and a cool evening breeze in the air, dining al fresco – or “open air” – is a lovely experience in the summertime. Luckily, Central Coast restaurants make great use of its patios.
Lately, the Central Coast’s foodie scene is growing to be just as impressive as our wine industry. With so many farm fresh ingredients available in our very own backyard, it would be a shame not to use them in our California cuisine!
Although most highly regarded for its wine country, the Central Coast also offers an abundance of locally grown and produced farm fresh cuisine—slowly becoming a popular foodie destination.