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Adelaida's 2nd Annual Walnut and Wine Festival

by Melani Meister

During the 1940s, Paso Robles was one of the largest nut producing regions in the nation and this Saturday, December 7, Adelaida Cellars pays homage to this historic period at their 2nd Annual Walnut and Wine Festival.

Holiday Shopping Sparkles in Paso Robles

by Tina Swithin

While I am not one of the brave ones who venture out on Black Friday, I do love to shop. One of my favorite places to do my holiday shopping is Paso Robles. Brimming over with artisan gifts, amazing wine and cheese clubs, along with a festive Downtown filled with boutique shopping, unique galleries and holiday lights, there is no better place to kick off the holidays.  

Dining out for Thanksgiving? Here are 4 options in Paso Robles

Planning on dining out for Thanksgiving this year? There are a handful of Paso Robles restaurants who provide a warm, friendly place to spend the holidays with somebody else doing the cooking and clean up. The following restaurants will happily accommodate you on Thanksgiving, please call ahead for reservations to ensure you get a table.  

1. Artisan Paso Robles
843 12th Street
805.237.8084
www.artisanpasorobles.com

Family-Friendly Paso Robles, Part 6: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

This is part six in a series from guest blogger Zane Thormodsgaard, who impressed local marketing experts with his fourth grade social studies report on Paso Robles and was invited to enjoy the family-friendly attractions in Paso Robles firsthand and report out on his experiences.

Family-Friendly Paso Robles, Part 3: Panolivo Family Bistro

This is part three in a series from guest blogger Zane Thormodsgaard, who impressed local marketing experts with his fourth grade social studies report on Paso Robles and was invited to enjoy the family-friendly attractions in Paso Robles firsthand and report out on his experiences.

 

June 23, 2013

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