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Stephanie Johnston opened Red Scooter Deli in Downtown Paso Robles in December 2010 boasting an expansive menu and delivery provided on signature Red Scooters throughout town. Come on down, or order delivery, and get a Taste of PASO.
The Ezzell family opened Paso Robles Casino Bar & Lounge on Oct. 6, 2017, at its new location at 1144 Black Oak Drive — the only live gaming, bar and full restaurant combination on the Central Coast. Real Poker. Real Blackjack. Real cool cocktails.
Oddette Howard opened Miss Oddette’s BBQ Sauces and Catering opened on April 1, 2003, serving authentic Creole/Southern food: Fried Chicken and Waffles; Fried Catfish and Greens, Meatloaf and Cabbage, Shrimp Etoufee, Jambalaya, Chicken Creole, Macaroni and Cheese, RedBeans and Rice, Smoked Back Ribs.
Dawn Gregory and John Hawley opened Odyssey World Café in 1997 — known for comfort food with a touch of an international twist. General managers, Jill Cook White and Wilbert Saucedo, bring variety to the menu with taste trends, soups, specials, stir-fry bowls, pastas, and fresh bread daily.
Bonnie Peterson opened Touch of Paso in 1987, and still operates the busiess today… 30 years later! Customers keep coming back because they love interacting with our employees including my granddaughter, Baily; our head chef, Victor and his assistant Oscar; and our head waitress, Bernadette.
Stephen and Carol Hoyt planted their first vineyard in 2001 in Malibu, and made the first wine in our kitchen in 2003. We started producing wine in 2004. Stephen handles farming and Carol the winemaking. Come downtown to the tasting room on Park Street for a Taste of PASO.
Debbie Thomas, owner of Thomas Hills Organics, shared with PASO Magazine highlights from her ever-innovative menu of farm-to-table delights for the winter season and the bounty of ingredients that draw people, near and far, to her restaurant on a daily basis.
Al and Dee Anna Knauer opened Good Times Café on October 9, 1998. It is a full-service, family-owned “walk back into the 50s” café. Come in and get a Taste of PASO.
Lorena Lopez and Jorge Quintero opened Golden Oak Grill in March 2015, the same year their son Tristan was born. Tristan is 2 1/2-years old, and the Grill is coming up on its third birthday. From pork carnitas chilaquiles to cinnamon roll French toast, stop by and get a Taste of PASO.
Jody Storsteen opened Berry Hill Bistro on Pine Street in Dec. 2003, a few weeks before the big earthquake. Now entering her 15th year on Pine Street, the menu, venue, and atmosphere has adapted to meet the needs of hungry patrons and define the Downtown Paso Robles style.
Carlos Leyva opened Señor Sanchos on March 5, 1990 and operates on Creston Road to this day. Whether you are in the mood for award-winning enchiladas or margaritas, come by and get a Taste of PASO at one of the longest-lasting restaurants in the neighborhood.