As San Luis Obispo county moves back to the purple tier of COVID-19 restrictions, restaurants downtown have to adjust. Under the more restrictive guidelines, indoor dining is no longer allowed. The shift to outdoor dining in the cooler winter months has worried some businesses.
With San Luis Obispo County implementing a stay-at-home order, a limited amount of businesses have remained open. On Wednesday, April 22, Public Health Officer Penny Borenstein announced the reopening of four areas, including houses of worship, janitorial and housekeeping services, fabric stores and drive-in theaters in San Luis Obispo County. About 129 restaurants and cafes have […]
The gastropub will sell 30 craft beers — 75 percent of which are local to the Central Coast. Finney’s offers “approachable” food, all made fresh daily in their scratch kitchen, according to founder Greg Finefrock.
A total of 20 new businesses — including restaurants, bars and thrift stores — opened up in downtown San Luis Obispo in 2019. All stores have either filled vacant lots or replaced old businesses, such as Forever 21 and Chipotle.
Single-use plastic bottles and cups will also be limited under the new ordinance.
This pizza place offers all you can eat toppings, gluten-free options and vegan cheese.
San Luis Obispo has a great variety of restaurants to choose from, but here are the six most notable.
“Comfortable, affordable, fun and yummy.”
That’s how owner Jon Kim describes Crawdaddy’s, the new cajun seafood restaurant.
Aryn Sanderson firstname.lastname@example.org The love story of Joanne and Ross Currie steamed up over a bowl of clam chowder. At the time, more than two decades ago, Joanne — general manager at F. McClintock’s Saloon — and Ross — who worked for Budweiser — would sneak off during their lunch breaks to Splash Café in Pismo Beach for […]
Throughout January, 43 restaurants participated in San Luis Obispo County’s sixth annual Restaurant Month, put on by the San Luis Obispo County Visitors & Conference Bureau. The focus was on fresh, local produce, meats and wines.
J.J. Jenkins is a business administration junior and Mustang Daily study abroad columnist Words can’t do Barcelona justice. That’s why you just have to see it to believe. But the key to any weekend trip in a foreign city is the advice of someone who has spent time there. That’s why I’m presenting the definitive […]