A Romantic Wine Getaway in Paso Robles, California

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Curator’s statement

Paso Robles, CA is full of passion: from the winemakers to the chefs, to the tour guides and everyone in between. There are over 170 wineries as well as thermal springs and mountain resorts to fully relax and take a moment to breathe.

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Where to stay in Paso Robles, California

Paso Robles Inn

Romantic winery with elegant rooms, an on-site steakhouse and a chance to experience the Paso Robles wine country.

Allegretto Vineyard Resort Paso Robles

Joyful vineyard resort with Tuscan-style architecture and museum-caliber artwork perfect for a weekend staycation with plenty of vino.

The Oaks Hotel & Suites, Ascend Hotel Collection

Affordable, contemporary hotel in Paso Robles with convenient and comfortable amenities.

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Things to do in Paso Robles, California

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Enjoy Paso Robles Wineries! 

Eberle Winery: One of the most beautiful parts of visiting Eberle is touring their underground caves. Free wine tours are offered throughout the day. Enjoy a tasting inside, on the patio overlooking the vineyard, or grab a bottle for a picnic. 

Tooth and Nail: A castle with a moat and amazing wines! Inside there is a gothic feel with paintings that match the style of the wine labels. This castle is a fun stop for a bite and tasting some delicious blends. Make a reservation! 

Le Cuvier: Up a hill, you will be welcomed to a unique tasting experience. Each wine is poured for you in advance to allow the wine to breathe. With each guided sip, a small bite is paired with it, so bring your appetites. Since it is outdoors, make sure you bring a hat and sunglasses.

Calcareous Vineyard: Overlooking the entire valley, Calcareous Vineyard offers not only spectacular views but unique wines and passionate staff to walk you through each of their award-winning bottles. 

Experience Breweries in California! 

Firestone Walker: Probably the best-known brewery in the area, Firestone Walker offers a brewery tour, tasting room, restaurant, and gift shop. 

Barrelhouse Brewery: Located in Tin City Paso Robles, Barrelhouse has become very popular over the years but offers beers on tap and a patio area with live music. 

Visit Cideries! 

Tin City Cider specializes in craft cider made on-premises. They offer ciders by the glass or a flight, but please check out their cider slushies! 

Sensorio Paso Robles: At night, this field of light is a sight to behold. Open Thursday through Sunday, be sure to grab your tickets!

Places to eat & drink in Paso Robles, California

Burger and coleslaw from Jeffery's Wine Country BBQ in Paso Robles, United States

Finca: A casual eatery highlighting Sonora and Baja-style Mexican food is a hidden gem. Located at the end of the Paso Market Walk, Finca offers not only tacos but ceviche and grilled octopus as well! 

Paso Market Walk can provide you with unique purveyors all in one building. Lou Lou Cheese Girl can build you a customized cheese board to go so grab one as you head out with a bottle of wine for a picnic. 

Jeffrey's Wine Country BBQ: Tri-tip from nearby Santa Maria and secret menu items makes sure this casual barbecue eatery is always popular.

The Hatch: Great for lunch and dinner, this rotisserie and bar offers fun, unique takes on classics like fried chicken, prime rib and shepherd's pie. Make sure you grab a reservation! 

Le Petites Canailles: A high-end French restaurant well worth your while. Pro tip: ask the kitchen to cook for you and include wine pairings. 

Amsterdam Coffee House and Piano Lounge: Grab an espresso and a quick bite in this quirky coffee house.

Cepage at Paris Valley Road Estate Winery: Opt for a decadent brunch on their patio. Oysters on the half shell served with a glass of sparkling wine, lobster benedict with a Cajun hollandaise and duck confit will leave you utterly satisfied. 

Eleven Twenty-Two: Hidden on the back patio of Pappy McGregor's Pub, 1122 is a unique cocktail experience and speakeasy. It is small, intimate and has a lovely 1930s-inspired atmosphere.

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