Those satisfyingly reverberatory bells heard around downtown emanate from this active parish dating from 1772. The fifth California mission founded by Padre Junípero Serra, it was named for a 13th-century French sai…
By the creek, this small gallery showcases the work of local painters, sculptors, printmakers and fine-art photographers, as well as traveling California art exhibitions.
Unpretentious, value-priced wines set among rolling hillsides, with vineyard tours ($10, including wine-tasting flight $20 to $40) by appointment.
No-oak Chardonnay, barrel-selected Pinot Noir and bold estate Syrah, with artisanal cheese, charcuterie and chocolate pairings on weekends.
Samples from six different labels inside an early-20th-century wooden schoolhouse, with two bocce ball courts outside.
Boisterous tasting room pours different varietals from Edna Valley and Paso Robles, with a tiny gourmet deli.
In a rust-colored barn tasting room, tipple hand-crafted, small-lot wines grown mostly organically.
Sip Paragon Vineyard estate Chardonnay by panoramic windows overlooking fields of grapes.
Small, family-run vineyard pours cult-worthy Pinot Noir inside a cozy brick tasting room.
SLO’s weirdest sight is colorfully plastered with thousands of wads of ABC (‘already been chewed’) gum. Watch where you step!