The Latest-and-Greatest Hits of Paso Robles

The Latest-and-Greatest Hits of Paso Robles

Here are the many new reasons to book your next getaway to Paso Robles, California

March 7, 2018 (Paso Robles, Calif.) – Already home to an abundance of wineries, cideries, breweries, restaurants and outdoor experiences, Paso Robles continues to grow its eclectic offerings. Featured below are some of the latest additions to come to Paso Robles.



Are you ready for a new way to stay in Paso Robles? Luxury and Paso Robles charm come together in one place this spring at Cava Robles. This May, the newest signature Sun RV Resort, Cava Robles, will open its gates to welcome visitors. Spend the day relaxing at the multiple pools and spas while the kids play at the Splash Pad, or go wine tasting on-site with your gal pals. Your four-legged friends can join the resort life with on-site, off-leash dog parks.

If you're seeing green because you don't have an RV, don't fret. Cava Robles has you covered. Their Tuscany-style cottages range from studios and lofts, to two-bedroom units with an upper deck.

While we wait for Cava Robles to open, let's talk about the hotel that has been the talk of the town. Hotel Cheval was named the No. 1 Small Hotel in the country by TripAdvisor! This boutique, luxury hotel is one of the finest Paso Robles hotels, nestled in the rolling hills of the Central Coast. With only 16 rooms, this hotel is the perfect place for guests looking for a posh experience. With a sprinkle of extravagance and a dash of small-town charm it’s time to book a room at this fabulous hotel.



Spring in Paso Robles means sparkling wine and we are bubbling over with excitement! Get the Champagne flutes ready because we are popping the lid off these superb sparkling wines. Clavo Cellars' Corazon is 100% Grenache sparkling wine and brings citrus and apple hints to life. Other wineries that have new sparkling wine in the works are Thacher Winery, Cass Vineyard & Winery and Per Caso Cellars.

If you are only here for a weekend and want to get the most bang for your bubbles, check out one of Paso Robles' wine bars. La Cosecha Bar + Restaurant offers an extensive wine list that features local sparkling wines that match perfectly with its delectable food. Bonus: the wine list was given Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence in 2017.

While sparkling wine is the original bubbles, hard cider is beginning to make a splash in Paso Robles. See Canyon Cider Company recently opened a new tasting room in the heart of Paso Robles. With six ciders on tap and food trucks on the weekends, the place is popping. Tin City Cider Co. is also jumping in on the fun with the return of their pink canned cider, the Poly Dolly, a blend of cider and rosé wine.



Paso Robles has always boasted scrumptious bites and iconic restaurants. Check out these new dining spots. Get your Instagram Stories ready to capture these up-andcoming restaurants and tag them #TravelPaso.

Farmstead Kitchen & Catering

Your favorite caterers have put down their roots and opened a full-fledged restaurant for you to enjoy your favorite food.
Why we love it: We no longer have to wait for that next wine festival or wedding to have our favorite catered meals.

Cobalt Mediterranean

Authentic Mediterranean and Greek food available for a quick bite in the local neighborhood.
Why we love it: The chicken shawarma is to die for and you can never leave without a bite of their addicting baklava!

Blaze Pizza

Watch your personal pizza be made before your eyes at this new pizza joint that offers unlimited toppings and a 180-second cook time.
Why we love it: As many toppings as you want and fresh fired right in front of you? Yes, please!

Naked Fish Sushi

Originally from South Lake Tahoe, this Japanese-fusion sushi restaurant puts a fun twist on your classic rolls.
Why we love it: Where else can you have a fresh sushi roll, great conversation and a cocktail while sitting in the center of exciting nightlife?

Poke Chef

One of the first poke restaurants in town, Poke Chef is perfect for sushi on the go.
Why we love it: Get your poke in a burrito to make this meal a quick and tasty, grab-and go option.

Negranti Scoop Shop

What's the scoop on the new Scoop Shop? Stop into Tin City to experience delectable ice cream made from the one and only Negranti Creamery.
Why we love it: Located in the center of Tin City, it is the perfect snack stop during a bout of wine tasting.

On Bar

A new bar and lounge born from a love for food. The owners and chef have come together to create a menu that satisfies wine tasters looking for a quick lunch and also offers fine dining for an elegant night on the town.
Why we love it: The On Bar is located in the heart of downtown and is dedicated to providing delicious, daring flavors and an extensive selection of wines.

Pappy McGregor's Project Eleven Twenty Two

This oldie but goodie is rolling out a new feature in a few months, Project Eleven Twenty Two. A little birdie told us that this new cocktail lounge is set to open this spring.
Why we love it: Who doesn't love the underground vibes of a good ole' speakeasy?



Paso is experiencing a delicious craft beer boom. Here’s what’s on tap:

Get a true pub atmosphere at Silva Brewing's adult-only taproom. With ten beers on tap, hoppy times are just around the corner. Take some brews home with you in a 32-ounce ‘Crowler,’ a stainless-steel growler made to save the crisp flavors of your favorite beer.

Earth and Fire Brewing Company is downtown Paso Robles' only nano-brewery that is hand crafting rustic and unfiltered beer.

Toro Creek Brewing Company takes the all-natural approach to hops. They only use organic ingredients, and grow their own barley and 13 varieties of hops directly on property.

Dubbed the "best little brewery nobody knew about," Santa Maria Brewing moved to Paso Robles to expand their barrel productions and partner with the Paso rule breakers and trend makers.

No Paso Robles suds tour is complete without a stop at Firestone Walker Brewing Company. The release of their new Revolution No. 009 has everyone talking about the unsung public domain hops. They also are trying their hand at canning the Nitro Merlin Milk Stout.