By Donna Polizzi Olio Nuevo Ranch in Paso Robles is one of the finest tasting room and olive groves to visit, especially if you would [...]
By Donna Polizzi Christmas time at the Madonna Inn Resort and Spa is magical. Entering this lovely resort is like stepping onto a movie set, [...]
Pepe Delgado’s Restaurant in San Luis Obispo, Ca Are you hungry for Mexican food? If you are in the San Luis Obispo area and hope [...]
By Donna Polizzi Breweries and Tap Rooms are popping up all over the Central Coast. According to California Craft Brewers Association, more than 850 craft [...]
By Donna Polizzi It doesn't get any stickier or more colorful than the famous Bubblegum Alley, located at 733 ½ Higuera Street in San Luis Obispo, [...]
We have all seen the newspapers, watched the movies, read the books and heard the stories about William Randolph Hearst, the eccentric media tycoon and his architectural masterpiece that holds stories untold. I’m about to tell you about a bit of mischief that’s I’m guessing you haven’t heard before.
If you’re looking for an idyllic setting to enjoy a day of delectable food and wine, head to Avila Beach in San Luis Obispo County. The area is full of wonderful restaurants like the Olde Port Inn at the end of the Harford Pier in Port San Luis and is well worth walking the plank. The fresh ocean air, warm sun and barking sea lions make the senses come alive.
Heading to San Luis Obispo county for the first time? There’s so much to do and see. Luckily, the Central Coast has something for everyone. Maybe that’s why Oprah said it’s the happiest town in America. Or maybe it’s just all the good wine!