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The Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse Adds New Menu Items

The Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse, known for its expansive menu of hearty steakhouse fare, has added new items to its lunch and dinner menus. In addition to signature items we are known for, the Steakhouse is increasing its locally grown and sourced cuisine with new, innovative dishes.

In re-designing the menu, Battle of the Bay Winner and Executive Chef Paul Arangorin recognized the popularity and demand of some of the Steakhouse’s signature dishes, which remain on the menus, but added new fresh salads, sandwiches, pastas and more. Customers will still be able to order their favorite steak (now served with your choice of potato, fresh vegetable and sauce), the ever-popular Prime Rib, or the signature Grilled Artichoke which was recently featured in Westways Magazine.

The new menu items feature naturally raised beef from California, Morro Bay oysters, locally caught halibut, as well as a myriad of locally grown and sustainable produce like fresh spring peas and tendrils, asparagus, kale, artichokes and wild mushrooms.  The Chef’s Garden at the Inn will provide ingredients, including chilies now growing that will be pickled, fresh basil, and heirloom tomatoes.  And all of the pastas will be handcrafted.

Arangorin’s inspiration for this menu is the bounty of fresh, available ingredients the Central Coast provides.  “I wanted to serve wonderful local produce and naturally raised meats, and give them the opportunity to shine by balancing the flavors and textures of each ingredient.”

New menu items include:

  • Steak Bites with garlic sourdough bread, chipotle aioli, and tomato and shallot salad
  • Heirloom Tomato Salad with locally grown tomatoes, burrata cheese, and California olive oil
  • Pork Belly Bao with hoisin, cucumber, cilantro, garden chilies, scallions, rock sugar, and peanuts
  • Duck Confit with white bean cassoulette, sausage, pancetta, baby tomatoes, sherry vinegar, and fresh parsley
  • Crispy Pork Belly with poached egg, wild mushrooms, crème fraîche, and mash potatoes
  • Wild Mushroom Tagliatelle with pea vines, truffle butter, and parmigiano-Reggiano
New Steak Bites at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

New Steak Bites at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

For more information and to view the menu please visit www.pasoroblesinn.com/dining .

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Pismo Lighthouse Suites Featured in BringFido.com’s New Book

Pismo Lighthouse Suites is pleased to announce its selection as a featured property in BringFido.com’s new book, Ruff Guide to the United States. Published by Kendall Media, INC., the book highlights 365 of the best places to stay and play with your dog in all 50 states.

The editors of BringFido.com traveled from coast to coast in search of America’s most unique pet-friendly experiences and polled thousands of dog owners about their favorite places to bring Fido along the way. The resulting book is a curated assortment of the best pet friendly hotels and attractions across the country.

“BringFido.com is proud to feature Pismo Lighthouse Suites in Ruff Guide to the United States,” said Melissa Halliburton, President and Founder of BringFido.com. “The property provides excellent customer service and accommodations to guests traveling with their four-legged friends.”

The Pismo Lighthouse Suites offers a limited number of Dog-Friendly Oceanfront Suites to accommodate your best furry friend. The Dog-Friendly suites can accommodate up to two dogs. There is a $30 dog fee per night, with 10% of the dog fee donated to the Woods Humane Society, a local non-profit, privately funded organization dedicated to the humane care of unwanted animals in San Luis Obispo County. To view the Pismo Lighthouse Suites’ Dog Policy, please click here.

Pismo Lighthouse Suites

Ruff Guide to the United States is available for purchase at www.ruffguides.com and book and specialty retailers nationwide.

 

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Savor the VIP Life at Sunset Savor the Central Coast

This year marks the 5th Anniversary of Sunset SAVOR the Central Coast and we’re celebrating with a brand NEW way for you to enjoy the ultimate destination of discovery. We’ve partnered with Sunset and Visit San Luis Obispo County to roll out the red carpet with VIP Packages incorporating event tickets, lodging, upgrades and exclusive VIP opportunities.

Savor the Central Coast 2014

Enjoy a Sunset Savor VIP Getaway for TWO includes:

  • Two tickets to Sunset at Hearst Castle with VIP early entry and exclusive Buick shuttle service from the Visitor Center to the Castle
  • One Adventure Tour of your choice (two tickets)
  • Two Main Event weekend passes with VIP upgrades including:
    • Special VIP entrance (avoid the lines)
    • Special VIP Welcome Bag with upgraded amenities
    • Early Saturday entrance
    • Exclusive access to VIP Garden Lounge including table-side service of reserve and library wines not being poured in the Marketplace, VIP Food & Beverage experience, special SAVOR Personalities Meet & Greet
    • Saturday Morning Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Chumash Blessing where you will meet the Sunset editors and enjoy continental breakfast
  • Two tickets to Winemaker Central seminar with VIP seating (choose one seminar)
  • Two tickets to Chef Central seminar with VIP seating (choose one seminar)
  • Four nights lodging (Wednesday through Sunday) at your choice of Martin Resorts destination properties including Paso Robles Inn, BEST WESTERN PLUS Shelter Cove Lodge, BEST WESTERN PLUS Shore Cliff Lodge, Avila Lighthouse Suites, or Pismo Lighthouse Suites

For more information click here.

Online Booking Only. Offer subject to availability.

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Welcoming the Summer with Wine and Tapas

Yesterday, Paso Robles Inn enjoyed the first evening of our Summer Wine and Tapas series. We were joined by DAOU Vineyards to create a memorable night.  Guests enjoyed delicious food created by Executive Chef Paul to compliment DAOU Vineyards’  four featured wines. One of the many delicious tapas included whipped gorgonzola, honey, granny smith apples, and almonds, all on top of toast. Chef Paul cooked in the middle of the patio so all the guests could watch him work his magic!

Paso Robles Inn Wine and Tapas          Paso Robles Inn Wine and Tapas

Guests sipped on wine while lounging in the warm weather to the sound of live acoustic music. The Paso Robles Inn and Steakhouse food and beverage staff enthusiastically served freshly cooked tapas to guests who were sitting and socializing. Laughter filled the air while the guests enjoyed some great company as they relaxed surrounded by the beautiful gardens of the Paso Robles Inn.

Paso Robles Inn Wine and Tapas          Paso Robles Inn Wine and Tapas

The evening reached its climax when a young couple asked DAOU Vineyard winemaker, Daniel Daou, to sign their massive wine bottle. The couple, just recently engaged, plans to open it in honor of their future 10th wedding anniversary.

 Paso Robles Inn Wine and Tapas

Our first Wine and Tapas event was a great way to start off the summer. We are excited for our next Wine and Tapas event which will be featuring Vina Robles on July 10th!

 

 

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Paso Robles Inn Winemaker Dinner feat. J.Lohr Vineyards and Wines

As part of our 3rd Annual Summer Wine and Tapas series on the patio at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse we are excited to announce the addition of Winemaker Dinners!

The new Winemaker Dinner series is an intimate affair showcasing local wines along with Chef Paul Arangorin’s signature cuisine. Collaborating with the winemakers, Chef Paul will design a menu that highlights the wine selections. The featured winemaker will be in attendance to provide tasting notes during the meal.

Enjoy an educational experience paired with great ambiance and delicious food and wine, select Thursdays, June-August beginning at 6PM.

Tickets are $75 per person. Tickets may be purchased in advance for all events by calling the Paso Robles Inn at 238-2660 and will also be sold at the door.

Guests must be 21 years of age to attend.

Our first Winemaker Dinner of the series kicks off with J.Lohr Vineyards and Wines on June 12th.

How delicious does this menu look?

Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse Winemaker Dinner

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Summer Wine and Tapas at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

Don’t miss the 3rd Annual Summer Wine and Tapas Series on the patio at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse. Mark your calendar for select Thursday evenings from 5-7pm from June 19th through September 11th. Meet the featured winemaker, learn about the local winery, and enjoy acoustic music and sumptuous wine and tapas – a great excuse to get out, mingle and enjoy the warm weather among our blooming gardens! Tickets are $18 per person.

Summer Wine and Tapas

As part of our 3rd Annual Summer Wine and Tapas series on the patio at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse we are excited to announce the addition of Winemaker Dinners!

The new Winemaker Dinner series is an intimate affair showcasing local wines along with Chef Paul Arangorin’s signature cuisine. Collaborating with the winemakers, Chef Paul will design a 3-course menu that highlights the wine selections. The featured winemaker will be in attendance to provide tasting notes during the meal.

Enjoy an educational experience paired with great ambiance and delicious food and wine, select Thursdays, June-August beginning at 6PM.

Tickets may be purchased in advance for all events by calling the Paso Robles Inn at 238-2660 and will also be sold at the door.

Guests must be 21 years of age to attend.

The Wine & Tapas Series by the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse presents the following wineries:

The Winemaker Dinner series presents the following wineries:

Follow the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse on Facebook for more information on the summer series!

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Surf’s Up with Avila Beach Surf School

Ever wanted to learn how to surf? Avila Beach Surf School is San Luis Obispo county’s premier surf school, offering surf lessons from Pismo Beach to Morro Bay. They have been teaching surf instruction for fifteen years and guarantee to make your experience one to remember. Avila Lighthouse Suites’ Surf’s Up package includes overnight accomodations, surf board rental, wetsuit rental, photos and a 1.5 hour surf lesson from Avila Beach Surf School. Make reservations here.

Still worried about learning how to surf? So was recent guest, Jillian K. Read about her first-hand experience below!

“We all had rocks in our stomachs.  It was the first time any of us would surf and our lesson was quickly approaching.  My four friends and I arrived at Avila Beach with a few minutes to spare, which was spent breathing deeply and feeling nauseous.  One friend had chosen not to participate in the group lesson, and so she was feeling calm and pleased with her decision.  After a few minutes we met Justin, the owner of Avila Beach Surf School and an active local voice in Avila Beach conservation.  He handed out wetsuits and introduced us to John, a UCSC student and our surf lesson instructor.  We squirmed into our wetsuits just as the sun peeked around the clouds—the time had come.  We made our way down to the beach and had a quick safety and technique lesson from John.  He reminded us of the dangers of a ride tide, but assured us that nine years of surfing experience meant he was a pretty strong swimmer.

Avila Beach Surf Lesson

“Both knees, front foot, stand up slowly.” This was all the technique we needed to know for us to surf that morning, and so we practiced this on the sand as John offered advice on our form.  After this quick introduction to surfing we got directly in the water, surf boards in hand.  John demonstrated the most pleasant way to jump over waves, which may have been the most significant skill I learned that day (it turns out that you don’t have to swallow a bunch of salt water every time a wave goes by…).  We all practiced jumping over waves and onto our boards while one person worked with John to ride in a wave and move both knees forward, put our front foot between our hands- at an angle- and then slowly stand up.  In the beginning we all ate a lot of salt water.

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Luckily, our friend Maureen, who had opted out of the surf lesson, was our photographer and took some excellent wipe out photos.  Just as we were becoming acclimated to the feeling of the board we noticed that the waves were becoming massive—maybe twice the size of when we had started.  Just as I began to think, “this two-hour lesson might be the end…” Justin threw on his wet suit and came out to provide more instruction.  He assured us that these waves were, in fact, humungous, and provided some adept advice in maneuvering the waves.  With John and Justin in the water instructing us, “both knees, front foot, stand up slowly,” we all stood up on the board for at least a moment!  After a few rounds of waves we were all dragging our feet with exhaustion.  We requested to see the real pros ride some waves, and without hesitation, Justin and John ran out into the water and showed us how it’s done.  Their talent, humility, and positive attitudes left us all with a smile on our faces—even Maureen, who seemed to have just as much fun watching as we did in the water.  On the walk back I learned that Justin has experience instructing lessons for all sorts of folks, and he emphasized the ease with which people with disabilities learn how to surf, given their keen listening skills and ability to overcome fear!  Justin also knows a lot about local ecology and he includes lessons in geology and marine biology during the summer surf camp that Avila Beach Surf School offers.

This surf lesson was the highlight of our trip to the central coast of California.  Even if your trip includes people of varying ages, abilities, and interest level, a surf lesson from Avila Beach Surf School provides a safe opportunity to try a new sport and explore the natural environment in a new capacity!”

Avila Beach Surf School Lessons

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Mothers’s Day Brunch at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

Mothers are incredibly special and they deserve to be celebrated, especially on Mother’s Day. Honor the mother in your life by bringing her to a special Mother’s Day Brunch at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse.

Enjoy bottomless mimosas, live acoustic music and our special menu on Sunday, May 11, 2014 from 9AM-2PM. View the menu here.

Mother's Day in Paso Robles

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Easter Brunch Buffet at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

Celebrate Easter with us at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse for our delicious Easter Brunch Buffet! Enjoy bottomless champagne or mimosas and live acoustic music, Sunday April 20 from 9AM-2PM. Reservations are highly encouraged: 805-226-4925.

Easter Brunch Buffet

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125th Anniversary Menus at the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse

The Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse is celebrating 125 years of Paso Robles History with special lunch and dinner anniversary menus. Enjoy our lunch menu for only $12.50 per person or our dinner menu for two for $125. Tax and gratuity not included. Call 805-226-4925 to make your reservations today!

125th Anniversary Menu

 

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