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Paso Robles

Paso Robles

A historic city in the heart of Central Coast Wine Country.

 

Welcome to Paso Robles

 
A historic city in the heart of Central Coast Wine Country.
 
Paso Robles is a historic city in the heart of San Luis Obispo County wine country. Spanish conquistadors and Franciscan missionaries first grew grapes on Paso Robles’ fertile soil in the 1790s. Commercial winemaking arrived almost a century later, and Paso Robles’ vinicultural reputation grew ever stronger as more wineries opened throughout the 20th century. Natural hot springs have also long attracted visitors to Paso Robles.

With a lovely downtown featuring great restaurants and world-class wine tasting rooms, Paso Robles is a premier wine country destination with much to offer. Residents also enjoy recreational amenities such as Paso Robles Horse Park. The city is conveniently located at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 101 and State Highway 46, midway between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay Area.

Paso Robles’ beautiful backcountry setting features luxury homes on acreage lots. Grand Mediterranean villas are a particularly popular architectural style here. 

What to Love

  • Central Coast Wine Country
  • Luxury backcountry homes
  • Downtown restaurants and tasting rooms
  • Paso Robles Horse Park

People & Lifestyle


Paso Robles offers a gorgeous city, abundant outdoor recreation, and a vibrant downtown with plenty of outstanding local businesses. Wine connoisseurs will be spoiled for choice with the huge variety of local vineyards.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Paso Robles’ charming downtown area offers a great selection of restaurants, boutiques, and wine tasting rooms on the blocks surrounding Downtown City Park. Somm’s Kitchen is an intimate spot offering exquisite small plates with expert wine pairings. The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar serves delicious rotisserie chicken and other Southern specialties alongside whiskey cocktails. Pappy McGregor’s is a convivial local favorite for farm-to-table pub grub and a great selection of seasonal cocktails and local beers and wines. Pappy’s sister restaurant, Fish Gaucho, puts an elevated twist on a classic Mexican cantina.

Other downtown dining standouts include homemade pasta and tasty Italian dishes at Il Cortile and authentic Mexican fare at Orale Taqueria. Stopping into a downtown wine tasting room such as JUSTIN, LXV Wine, or Herman Story Wines is a great way to acquaint yourself with Central Coast wine country’s outstanding local varietals. You can also sample local craft beers at breweries and taprooms such as California Coast Beer Company, Blast & Brew, and Silva Brewing.

Downtown Paso Robles is also packed with unique retailers. Highlights include handmade clothing and home goods at Firefly, specialty spice blends and loose leaf teas at Spice of Life, and steeply discounted designed womenswear at Apropos.

North of the main downtown area, The Vreamery on Spring Street is a vegan cheese shop and melt bar with phenomenal plant-based alternatives to artisanal dairy products.

Just to name a few, there are many more great places to eat and drink that are not mentioned. For more information about Paso Robles entertainment, please visit Paso Robles Downtown.

 

Things to Do


Paso Robles’ fertile wine-growing soil produces more than 25 grape varieties, and the nearby area is home to more than 250 wineries. Some of the most popular vineyards in the Paso Robles American Viticultural Area include Eberle Winery, Vina Robles, Croad Vineyards, and DAOU Vineyards. With so many vineyards dotting Paso Robles’ beautiful countryside, connoisseurs are sure to discover their own particular favorites. The area’s rich winemaking industry is celebrated with tastings at events such as March’s Zinfandel Festival and May’s Paso Robles Wine Festival.

Other popular events include the twice-yearly Paso Robles Art in the Park fine art festival and August’s Paso Robles Olive Festival. For equestrian enthusiasts, Paso Robles Horse Park is a fantastic facility that hosts many premier horse shows and events. Paso Robles’ famous hot springs have attracted a glittering list of famous names to Paso Robles since the city’s first luxury hotel opened in the 1860s. Franklin Hot Springs, Paso Robles Inn, and River Oaks Hot Springs Spa all offer visitors the rejuvenating experience of bathing in natural hot mineral water.

Other Paso Robles recreational amenities include a scenic pond and sports fields at Barney Schwartz Park and slides and a wave pool at Ravine Water Park.

Schools


Paso Robles is served by the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District.

  • Kermit King Elementary, Public, K-5.
  • Pat Butler Elementary, Public, K-5.
  • Daniel Lewis Middle, Public, 6-8.
  • Independence High, Public, 9-12.
  • Paso Robles High, Public, 9-12.



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