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Three Central Coast Towns Receive Honors

We’ve always known that our little slice of the Central Coast was a special place, but now three of our local areas have been raised up on a public platform, and we couldn’t be more proud to call the Central Coast our home!

Pismo Beach – Ranked in the Top 22 Best Small Town Family Weekend Destinations pismo_beach_L

First up on the list of honors is Pismo Beach. This Central Coast haven is renowned for its beautiful beaches, classic California surf culture, and plethora of outdoor activities.

Recently ranked in the top 22 Best Small Town Family Weekend Destinations by VacationIdeas.com, Pismo Beach has secured its reputation as a coveted destination for the ocean-minded sportsman, those seeking a relaxing day on the beach, and active families of all varieties.

Paso Robles – No. 2 on the List of 11 Unexpectedly Romantic Cities Paso-Robles-The-Washington-Lobbyist-1024x645

When considering romantic cities, a few usual suspects are sure to jump to the front of the mind – Paris, Venice and…Paso Robles? That’s right. Our very own Paso Robles, CA has made the cut for one of the most unexpectedly romantic cities. Home to rolling hills, beautiful oak trees and vineyards as far as the eye can see, it’s no wonder the place evokes charm. It’s the perfect spot to grab a picnic basket in one hand, your sweetie in the other and enjoy the serenity of the vineyards and an easy stroll through town.

Cambria – Ranked in the Top 25 Best Small Town Honeymoon Destinations cambria-california-unplugged

Cambria has long been appreciated for its small town charms and relaxed coastal vibes, but with its recent ranking as one of the top 25 Small Town Honeymoon Destinations there’s sure to be an influx of newlyweds seeking out the enchantment that only a place like Cambria can provide.

Honeymooners looking for a mix of history, adventure and relaxation won’t be disappointed in the Central Coast town, where good food is abundant, the scenery breath-taking and the romance everywhere.


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Labor Day in San Luis Obispo

Labor Day in San Luis Obispo

Ah, Labor Day – the last real celebration of the summer. It signifies the end of a season filled with sun, fun, and beaches and the start of a new autumn, so make the most of this weekend! If you’re new to the area, you may not realize just how much San Luis Obispo has to offer the weekend warrior.  Here are some ideas to send off summer the right way:

Brews & Bites 2014 – Saturday, 8/30, 12 pm – 5 pm

Brews & Bites is a beloved local festival (emphasis on local) entering its 6th year. Enjoy local beers, local foods, and local music at the San Luis Obispo Mission Plaza beginning at noon! Note that admission to the festival is free, but if you want to do the beer tasting, you’ll need a ticket. Click here to purchase them online.

Arroyo Grande Farmer’s Market – Saturday, 8/30, 12 pm – 2:30 pm

Saturday, stock up on all the local fruits, veggies, and more that you’ll need for a great Labor Day cookout at the Arroyo Grande Farmer’s Market.  Boasting not only fresh produce, but also arts, crafts and live entertainment, it’s sure to be a blast for the whole family!

Battle of the Bartenders – Sunday, 8/31, 6:30 pm – 10 pm

Head on over to Le Vigne Winery for Battle of the Bartenders this Sunday! Mingle in the picturesque heart of Paso Robles and enjoy the competition as skilled bartenders shake up the night in all-access themed lounges.

Beats Antique/Matisyahu/Ozomatli Live in Concert – Sunday, 8/31, 5 pm

Catch a great concert at Vina Robles Winery’s Amphitheatre! Along with headliners Beats Antique, Matisyahu, and Ozomatli, local favorites Zongo All-Stars and special guest Makua Rothman will be performing at the event, as well. Tickets are $35 in advance or $45 at the door. Click here to purchase.

Cambria Pindorado Parade & Car Show, Saturday and Sunday, 8/30 – 8/31, 10 am – 4 pm

If cars are your thing, the Cambria Pindorado Parade & Car Show is where you want to be this weekend. The event begins Saturday with a parade, followed by a BBQ, games, art and music at the Pindorado grounds off Main Street. Sunday morning, get ready for an epic car show with over 150 vehicles of all makes and models.

With so many great ways to fill your Labor Day weekend, how will you be spending it?