I am a huge fan of Paso Robles wine, and my favorite event is the annual Harvest Weekend.  Harvest Weekend This year Paso Robles’ Harvest Weekend falls on the third weekend of October, October 19 -21st 2018. The perfect time of year to enjoy the mild weather and Paso Robles wine. What’s so special about…

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A Food Tour for graduation is a wonderful way to celebrate the  graduate! It’s always hard to find and activity that keep the celebrating group together and enjoying one another’s company after the diploma is bestowed. Consider a Food Tour for graduation!  We can accommodate most size family groups with enough notice and are happy…

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Avila Beach

We at Central Coast Food Tours have a special part in our hearts for Avila Beach. Avila Beach The Avila Beach community has much to  offer to curious tourist!  The white sand beaches and sparkling blue water is a real draw to beach lovers. And those with children will enjoy the gymnastic equipment on the…

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Hearst Castle

Built by the famed publisher William Randolph Hearst, Hearst Castle is the jewel of the Central Coast. Hearst Castle Hearst was known for his love of collecting priceless art and artifacts and modeled his home to highlight these delightful treasures. Built by Julia Morgan, there are sweeping views, gorgeous gardens and breathtaking architecture. Offered to…

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Come join Central Coast Food Tours at the 5th Annual Templeton Wine Festival. The festival is always a good time but this year the festival will include the best wineries, plus breweries and cider producers pouring unlimited tastes, specialty food samples, food vendors, boutique shopping and live music by Joy Bonner. The Templeton Wine Festival…

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Come and join Central Coast Food Tours for the 14th annual Paso Pinot & Paella Festival! The Pinot and Paella festival is taking place in the Templeton City Park on Sunday, June 4, 2017 from 2-5 p.m.  The festival promises to be a great and delicious day with 20 Paso Robles Pinots and 1 dozen unique…

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O.K. – restaurants are in flux in SLO. Some wonderful ones have closed, new ones have opened and all this chaos keeps us on our toes. New to the scene is Thomas Hill Organics in SLO. We look for the best. It might be in an alleyway, perhaps in a well established restaurant. Whatever the…

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