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There are many things to do Paso Robles during your stay. Here are a few fun suggestions that we have gathered over the past few years.  If you want help creating an unforgettable itinerary, we have an in-house concierge that can gladly assist you with elevated suggestions even beyond this list.  Contact us if you like help in planning your Paso Robles adventure! You can call us at 805-226-0600 or send us an email at [email protected].

Bicycle Rentals

Paso Bike Tours  
Offering self-guided tours as well as weekend fully guided tours. They deliver the bike right to our door the night before along with map of suggested routes, helmet and water-bottle!

Vine Cycle Tours
Take a fun and informative guided e-bike tour through the Robert Hall Winery estate. We’ll spin past the vines while learning about sustainable and organic farming practices, and walk through the winery and barrel caverns while enjoying a taste of wine straight from the barrel. After the tour, enjoy a wine tasting paired with cheese and charcuterie. Available Friday afternoons 1:30-3:30 PM. Get a 15% off discount here!

Golf Courses

Hunter Ranch Golf Course 
“Small town charm…world class golf.” Located in Paso Robles on Highway 46 East. 805.237.7444

San Luis Co. Golf Courses 
For a complete list of golf courses in the area.

Horseback Riding

Central Coast Trail Rides 
Offers many packages at either 1 hour or 1.5-hour rides through several vineyards. You meet them at the designated spot, and they provide everything, even a wine tasting!

Covells Cyldesdale Ranch 
Offers many packages at either 1 hour or 1.5-hour rides through several vineyards. You meet them at the designated spot, and they provide everything, even a wine tasting!


River Oaks 
River Oaks is a full-service spa and mineral springs.


There’s a world of options in Paso Robles dining establishments. Here are our recommendations:

Paso Robles Restaurants

In Bloom
The most farm to table dining in Paso with super fun cocktail menu. Highly recommend a reservation. When doing so, you can opt in for their super special seasonal Chef’s Menu Tasting and Wine Pairing. Their regular menu is also superb so you really can’t go wrong either way.

Somms Kitchen
A very special and unique restaurant. Reservations are required as it is one seating, communal style per night. Chef Ian, walks the group through courses of food that are paired with wines. He explains the food, the preparation, the wine and the regions and wine making methods. open most Thursdays – Sundays only.

Buona Tavola
Great authentic Italian food. Reservations are usually necessary. If you make reservations, make sure you make them for Paso Robles, as they have another location in SLO.

A casual place with amazing food and fun cocktails. Food has a wood fired grill theme. Reservations are highly recommended.

Les Petites Canailles
An upscale restaurant with a California meets France themed menu. Atmosphere is a bit on the loud side. Reservations are a must.

McPhee’s Grill
California Cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner daily. Located in historic downtown Templeton. Reservations are recommended. 805.434.3204

Paso Market Walk
Home to several restaurants, a brewery, a cider house, gourmet ice cream and bakery shop Paso Market Walk is the brand new to Paso Robles.  Think high-end gourmet food court meets market place! What is great about this place is you don’t need a reservation!  We haven’t tried them all yet… but some that we have that have become some favorite purveyors are below.

  • Paso Wine Merchant
    sip local Paso Wine from various wine makers and eat Justin’s vegetarian based amazing food!
  • Momotaro Ramen
    Chef Mateo’s Ramen (I LOVE the added spicy miso bomb!) and Gyoza’s are simply AMAZING!

Six Test Kitchen
For an upscale unique dining experience …. This is a must!  Recently received a nod from the Michelin Guide, Six Test is a real deal for elevated food.  Located in Tin City, it is very close to Kindred Oak Farm.  Reservations in advance is a must. 

Sights to See

Explore the Paso Robles sights.

Bruce Munro’s Field of Light
At Sensorio Is a unique walk through art installation that is here in Paso Robles until June 30th.

Friends of the Elephant Seals Rookery
This is on HWY 1 seven miles north of San Simeon on the California Central Coast.

Hearst Castle
One of California’s premiere visitor attraction and premiere historical monument.

Piedras Blancas Light Station
Construction began in 1874 on this Light Station. Tour includes lighthouse and several historical structures.


If you want a driver to take you to the wineries or perhaps you have a large group and need more seats, here are some local suggestions.

Lush Limos 
Phone Number: 805-226-5558

Niche Wine Tours
Phone Number: 805-235-7666
Perfect for two.
Toast Tours
Phone Number: 805-400-3141
Perfect for two – a large group.
Phone Number: 805-769-0250
Taxi, Tours and Event Transportation.
Uncorked Wine Tours
Phone Number: 805-495-4500
Great for groups.