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TASTE News Service, July 26, 2018 - The classic Highway 1 drive along California's Central Coast is now ready to welcome visitors for an uninterrupted road trip as the final repairs at Mud Creek in Big Sur mark completion.
By Chelsea Modlin
“Running is alone time that lets the brain unspool the tangles that build up over the days.”
TASTE News Service, May 9, 2018 - The 32nd annual edition of The Classic at Pismo Beach has been moved up to the first weekend in June.
By Chelsea Modlin
Festival Mozaic is an annual celebration of classical music that takes place in San Luis Obispo County each July.
by Chesea Modlin
We’re in the thick of the 2017 football season and many wine fans are following their favorite teams.
By Jennifer Porter
With the start of fishing season, meet a few of Paso Robles Wine Country’s avid fishermen.
2013 Hilltop Cabernet Sauvignon
Suggested Retail: $35
TASTE News Service, July 21, 2016 - Sunset Magazine has named named Paso Robles as Anerica's Best Wine Country Town in their 2016 Travel Awards.
The region’s winemakers, restaurateurs and hoteliers are said to be thrilled to be held in the highest regard among some of the West’s most recognized wine producing regions.
Pivo Hoppy Pils
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
Paso Robles, CA
Style: Dry-hopped Pilsner
Serving Style: Six-packs of cans or bottles, kegs (our sample from draft)
Availability: Widely distributed on the West Coast
Appearance: “Brilliant straw or light golden color. Big, frothy white head.”
Aroma: “For a pilsner it’s quite floral and hoppy on the nose, but in a really good way. There’s also some citrus when you waft the glass by your face a second time.”
Taste: “There’s a wonderful balance here. You still get a generous amount of hops, but it’s offset by the malt. The good carbonation gives your mouth an almost sparkley feeling. Finishes crisp and clean.”
Food Affinity: “Sautéed sand dabs with freshly made coleslaw. Simple schnitzel served with lemon wedges. Salted Marcona almonds with rosemary.”
--Guest reviewer Ginny Austin is a restaurant consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area
TASTE News Service, January 14, 2015 - San Luis Obispo County, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco on California's breathtaking Central Coast, offers an assortment of locally-sourced and produced food and drink. The area's range of coastal and inland influences is demonstrated by its broad assortment of gastronomic treats ranging from fresh foods, innovative spirits, unique craft beers and much more. The destination is overflowing with an abundance of great products found only on the Central Coast.
Locally Sourced Foods Flourish in San Luis Obispo County
There are a wide variety of new and interesting farms and fisheries across San Luis Obispo County that specialize in unique foods including shellfish, meat, produce and dairy products supplying local restaurants and markets. You can taste the fresh farm fare from the producers below at one of San Luis Obispo County's restaurants or farmer's markets:
Morro Bay Oyster Company: Morro Bay holds a long-standing history as a thriving seaport with beautiful ocean views and a tranquil yet productive estuary. Morro Bay Oyster Company harvests Pacific Gold Oysters by hand directly from the pristine water, which are then sold to local restaurants and to the public at farmers markets and off its barge in Morro Bay harbor.