Best bar in Paso Robles
Where’s the best place to go out for a drink in Paso Robles?
So you find yourself looking for a local bar after a hard day’s work, meeting friends for a drink, or place to go after the last wine tasting room closes. You’ve got a lot of bars to choose from in town. It just depends on what you are looking for. From over two-dozen bars in Paso Robles here are our personal recommendations of the best places downtown.
Artisan – 843 12th St, Paso Robles. (805) 237-8084. Upscale bar and restaurant on the park with a seasonal and innovative menu. The patio seating is great.
Berry Hill Bistro – 1114 Pine St, Paso Robles. (805) 238-3929. Freindly restaurant with a full bar and delicious bistro menu. Salads, paninis and sweet potatoes fries are local favorites.
Cattlemen’s Lounge at the Paso Robles Inn – 1103 Spring St., Paso Robles. (800) 676-1713. Upstairs at the historic Paso Robles Inn, the lounge is a full bar with a second-floor patio overlooking the city park and Spring St.
F. McLintocks Saloon – 1234 Park St., Paso Robles. (805) 238-2233. Western-style full bar with gear and animal trophies to match. Rustic place for a drink or a full meal.
La Cosecha Bar + Restaurant – 835 12th St, Paso Robles, CA (805) 237-0019. Full bar with Spanish-style tapas and a patio on the city park. Mixologist is on staff creating craft cocktails.
Pine Street Saloon – 1234 Pine St., Paso Robles. (805) 238-1114. This saloon is an old western-style full bar with affordable drinks, pool tables, karaoke and live music. It’s a great last stop of the evening and has free local limo service.
Pappy McGregors – 1122 Pine St., Paso Robles. Formerly known as the Crooked Kilt, this fun Irish pub has a full bar and grub to go along with it. It’s one of the few places in town for late night dancing on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Pour House – 525 Pine St., Paso Robles. (805) 239-1000. Local hangout with 21 craft beers on tap. Live music regularly. Happy hour is 2-6 p.m.
Villa Creek – 1144 Pine St, Paso Robles. This is a high-end bar with top quality beers, wines and liquors.
What do you think is the best bar in Paso Robles? Please vote or add a recommendation in the comments below.
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