Where To Eat
The restaurant features Coastal California Cuisine using ingredients from local farms and fisheries. More Details
If you find yourself in Cambria, but wanting south-of-the-border fare, head for Las Cambritas in the East Village. More Details
The Hidden Kitchen is a 100% gluten free cafe featuring all-organic and locally sourced fare. We specialize in bioregional blue corn waffles and seasonal smoothies to satisfy a broad range of taste preferences. More Details
This nostalgic ice cream parlor will satisfy anyone who has a craving for ice cream.
At Umi Sushi Pacifica, you will find creative, unique, fresh and delicious options on the menu for sushi, unique and traditional rolls, salads, udon, teriyaki and grilled meats. More Details
This food is hot, hot, hot! Efren's has whatever Mexican you're craving and a special sauze that will set your mouth blazing. More Details
It's Big, It's Hot, It's Juicy! Serious Central Coast burger nuts swear by Sylvester's, where the meaty motto is a smiling burger with Mickey Mouse-like hands and feet declaring that he's "Big, Hot 'n Juicy." More Details
With a focus on flaky pastries and rustic breads, this little shop is open on Sunday mornings for takeaway orders. More Details
Palo Mesa Pizza is open for dining in, pick-up, delivery and even catering. Palo Mesa Pizza Makes You Happy! More Details
This beer garden style establishment is all about great beers served up with some good food and friendly people. More Details
Classic Italian favorites made in the traditional style and served with pride. More Details
Hearth-baked breads, savory quiche, cheesecake, pastries, custom blended coffees. More Details
This authentic Thai restaurant is a real find. With a menu that seems bigger than the building, favorites include the steamed fish, Panang and red curries and Pad Thai.
An Izakaya is a type of Japanese drinking establishment which also serves food to accompany the drinks. More Details
Stop by and try the housemade salsas, chile colorado or albondigas soup. More Details