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5 Ways To Go Way Beyond The Winery Tasting Room

Your guide to the wild, wild world of Paso wine experiences. Halter Ranch Horseback Vineyard Tour Hop on the saddle with Central Coast Trailrides for a scenic two-hour guided horseback ride through the historic property of Halter Ranch. On your ride you’ll see the pond, wildlife corridors and 281…

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Paso’s 7 Must-Try Dishes

Dine like a local with these secret, mouth-watering menu items. Bon Apetit! Paella at Jeffry’s Wine Country BBQ Known for its “Wine Country Comfort Food” of wood fire smoked, scratch made cuisine, one must-have dish that you won’t immediately find on their menu, but is always on the specials…

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Downtown Paso’s Craft Beer Walking Tour

Anchored by the darling of California’s craft beer scene – Paso’s very own Firestone Walker Brewing Company – more than a dozen craft breweries call Paso home. What’s more, you and your companion can easily hit several of these marquee breweries via a short stroll through Paso’s picturesque…

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Add Some Zip To Your Life

Soar over valleys, glide through Santa Margarita Lake and be guided through hikes and nature tours with Margarita Adventures. This exciting tour company offers many options for your day of adventure. Experience breathtaking views and make unforgettable memories on a zipline tour. The zipline tour…

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Couples That Golf Together, Stay Together

Hunter Ranch, known for its pristine course and remarkable dining, has arguably some of the best views in town. Set atop the highest point in Paso Robles, enjoy views of vineyards and rolling hills while playing between oak trees and natural lakes. After your round, stop by the Hunter Ranch…

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Reserve Your Private Dining Table in Paso’s Downtown Park

Through Labor Day, Paso’s iconic Downtown City Park is officially open for wining, dining and catching up with your friends and family – safely. You can grab takeout – and wine, beer and cocktails – from Paso’s restaurants and reserve for free one of the many private farmhouse style tables…

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Raise Your Spirits

Get to know Paso’s Craft Distillery Trail. Paso is not just about wine anymore. More than a dozen artisan distilleries have popped up throughout the region – and many are helmed by winemakers. Here are a few must-visits on Paso’s Distillery Trail. Calwise Sprits – Big Sur Gin, crafted in honor…

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Road Trip Ready: Exploring The Back Roads of Paso Robles

Paso is filled with inspiring, scenic drives and wine trails for you to explore with rolling hills, rows of vines, beautiful oak forests and plush grassland alive with wildflowers. Here’s your guide to revving your wanderlust. Highway 46 East – Coming off I-5 and driving west along Highway 46…

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The Insider’s Guide to Tin City

Explore Paso’s craft beverage epicenter, Tin City, where great beer, wine, spirits and food meet for a unique tasting experience all located within a two-block radius. Start your day at the region’s namesake Tin City Cider Co. for a dry-hopped cider made with California apples from the Sierra…

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