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PRICE RANGE KEY

PLACES TO STAY
$= less than $80 per night
$$= $80-$150 per night
$$$= $150-$250 per night
$$$$= $250+ per night

 

WINE & FOOD
$= less than $10
$$= $10-$15
$$$= $15-$20
$$$$= $20+

 

THINGS TO DO
$= Inexpensive
$$= Affordable
$$$= Moderate
$$$$= Luxury

 

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WINE & FOOD IN THE CENTRAL COAST

The Central Coast is quite literally a land of milk and honey—and a lot more too. This is a land of almost unlimited abundance with several of the country’s leading wine regions, citrus groves, and some of the tastiest strawberries you’ll find anywhere in the world. Fishing boats head out from harbor towns for halibut, salmon, and sea bass. There’s even lobster too. Not surprisingly, the region’s rich selection of fresh vegetables, fruit, and seafood draws innovative chefs and restaurateurs who have helped establish the Central Coast’s reputation as a dining destination. And many local farmers are now growing specialty crops for gourmet products, including olive oils, jams and jellies, and even heirloom garlic.

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San Luis Obispo Wine & Food Listings

Unique & Authentic Wine Tours since 1995. Public & Private w/fun wine education.
Casually unique garden-themed property near beach, wineries, and Hearst Castle.
The only 4-Diamond, oceanfront resort in Pismo Beach with luxury suites.
El Colibri Boutique Hotel and Spa is all about comfort and style.
Discover the premier wine region of Paso Robles aboard The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle.
Specializing in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Methode Champenoise Sparkling Wines.
Paso Robles Wine Country – all you expect from a world-class wine region. Except snobbery.
Resort on the Beach. Rooms have fireplaces and most a private balcony hot tub.