Savor Paso this Summer
July 29, 2020
Enjoy summer in Paso Robles where you will find open-air wineries and restaurants along with an abundance of safe, physically distanced activities. Grab your mask and join us!
Wineries Are Open
Paso Robles wineries have moved all tastings outside to comply with the latest state order. Make a reservation at your favorite winery, wear your mask, pack a hat, and taste safely!
Home to more than 200 wineries and 40,000 vineyard acres, Paso Robles has grown into a premium wine region with ideal growing conditions for producing more than 40 wine varietals from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, to Syrah, Viognier and Roussanne, to Zinfandel.
Dining has gone al fresco in Paso. To ensure a safe, open-air environment, your favorite restaurants are now featuring sidewalk and even curbside patio sections. You can also book a private socially-distanced table at Paso’s popular Downtown Park dining experience. Whether you dine out or take away, Paso’s award-winning eateries are open and ready to serve you – safely.
Wine & Dine in the Downtown Park
Dine in the private, physically distanced Downtown City Park Dining area this summer. It’s as easy as:
- Order takeout (plus wine, beer, & cocktails from your favorite downtown Paso Robles restaurants
- Reserve your free private farmhouse-style in the shaded Park Dining area
When you arrive, a concierge will guide you to your own sanitized table with comfy seating and overhead bistro lighting creating the perfect ambiance for a special night in the safe-distanced space. These private tables are available Thursday- Sunday beginning at 5:30pm and can be reserved on Yelp.
Explore the Outdoors
Paso is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. There are endless hiking trails, horseback riding adventures, and award-winning golf courses. You can fly through the air with Margarita Adventure Zipline Tours, where you can zoom over acres of vineyards and end with a private wine tasting with Ancient Peaks Winery. Looking for an epic camping trip? Pack up the family and head to Lake Nacimiento for a weekend filled with fishing, boating, and sunbathing.