Restaurants in Paso Robles, CA

Once a town surrounded by cattle ranches and a nexus for almond and olive growing, Paso Robles is today recognized as one of California’s important wine towns, rich with vineyards all around. To celebrate its wineries, the town hosts an annual Zinfandel Festival in March, a Wine Festival in May, and a Harvest Wine Weekend in October. Where to eat when visiting Paso Robles? How about a Chico Cali Specialty Pizza (linguica, garlic, pepperoni, ricotta) at Sweet Lew’s. Fire roasted mushrooms at The Hatch. A muffuletta with house-made pickled vegetables at Barton’s Kitchen. For dessert, creamy sheep’s milk cinnamon-honey ice cream at Negranti Creamery.

Paso Robles’s Most Famous Dishes

Scoops of strawberry, pistachio, and vanilla ice cream accompany a slice of 4-layer chocolate cake.

Ice Cream

Muffaletta cross-section shows thick, chewy bread holding cheese, cold cuts, and oily olive salad

Muffuletta

Pickles

Smoky pork in shreds that vary from soft to crunchy is drizzled with South Carolina mustard sauce.

BBQ Pork

Paso Robles’s Best Restaurants

Barton's Kitchen Muffuletta
Barton’s Kitchen

PASO ROBLES, CA

Negranti Creamery

PASO ROBLES, CA

The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar Half Rotisserie Chicken
The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar

PASO ROBLES, CA

Sweet Lew's Chico Cali Specialty Pie
Sweet Lew’s

PASO ROBLES, CA

Spearhead Coffee

PASO ROBLES, CA

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