Top 4 Things to Do in Paso Robles (besides wine tasting)
1. Explore the Paso Robles Distillery Trail on a full-day tourSpend the day exploring the growing distillery trail and taste your way through local craft vodkas, gins, brandies & whiskeys (oh my!) before finishing the day with a hands-on cocktail-making class.
- Duration: Approximately 5 – 7 hours
- Cost: Approximately $200 person
2. Go Horseback Riding on a Vineyard with Central Coast TrailridesChoose the ride that best suits your level and meet up with a small group to enjoy a 1 – 1.5 hour ride through a vineyard & take in stunning vistas. Finish the ride with a wine tasting or delicious locally made gelato.
- Duration: 1 – 1.5 hours
- Cost: Starting from $95 per person
3. Go Olive Oil Tasting at Kiler Ridge Olive FarmEnjoy an educational olive oil tasting where you will sip through multiple olive oils and learn about their quality olive oil production, farming and more while enjoying stunning mountaintop views. Each tasting ends with a special ‘treat’!
- Duration: 30 – 45 minutes
- Cost: $10 per person
4. Downtown Happy Hour Walking tour with Paso Robles Tour CoJoin a Paso local for a walking tour through downtown and learn about the pioneers and trailblazers who helped create the Paso we know today! (beverage included at the end)
- Duration: About 75 minutes
- Cost: $35 per person
Don’t Miss These Best 5 Restaurants in Paso Robles
- Fine French cuisine in a Paso casual setting
- Slightly upscale, modern & classy atmosphere. Pricey.
- Best known for their creative & high-quality French-inspired cuisine and top-notch wine list.
- A quality Farm-to-Table restaurant with a seasonal menu of creative, organic dishes
- Enjoy their cozy and relaxed brick patio courtyard, perfect for slowly sipping wines from their impressive list of local wines
- Best known for their quality offerings, including great options for vegetarians & vegans, and high-quality hospitality.
- Offering gourmet street food such as Lobster Roll, Pad Thai Fries, and a Tri-Tip Sandwich
- Casual and lively atmosphere at the Backyard on Thirteenth, a downtown beer garden with an impressive selection of craft brews
- Best known for high-quality, hand-made comfort food sourced from local ingredients.
4. Joe’s Place
- Hearty, old-school American eats at this local favorite
- Casual & lively atmosphere in this no-frills breakfast & lunch spot
- Best known for large portions of standard country staples like biscuits and gravy, hearty omelets, or killer huevos rancheros. The perfect option before a full day wine tour.
- High-quality coffee & simple but delicious breakfast staples
- Rustic and cozy ambiance, with simple but comfortable décor
- Best known for being a great spot to grab coffee, breakfast and hang out long enough to then also grab lunch & a glass of wine. (If you stay long enough, you can also enjoy their live piano jazz and even more great wine. Cheers!)