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Blue mussels with Cattaneo bros. chorizo sausage, white wine, chipotle cream broth, and cilantro, served with toast points. Photo from Fish Gaucho Instagram.

Best seafood in Paso Robles

– Are you searching for the best seafood restaurants in Paso Robles? Because of its close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, fresh seafood in Paso Robles is easy to find! The staff at the Paso Robles Daily News has created a list of our favorites below:

Fish Gaucho

Fish Gaucho is a local favorite for shellfish, local produce, organic meats, top-shelf tequilas, hand-squeezed, hand-muddled margaritas, signature cocktails, local wines, and craft and imported beers. They are located in downtown Paso Robles at 244 Park St. For more information call (805) 239-3333 or visit fishgaucho.com.

The Catch

The Catch is a popular local seafood bar where diners can watch the chefs prepare their meals right before their eyes. Owner/chef Chico Mora has been in the restaurant business for three decades. After success with his first restaurant, Chico’s Cafe, Chico decided to expand by opening a “larger and newly styled seafood bar right next door.” The restaurant’s open-style kitchen gives customers a first-hand look at Mora and his team’s culinary creative process. They are located at 836 11th Street in Paso Robles. For more information call (805) 239-3332 or visit their website: catchseafoodbarandgrill.com.

Paso Terra

Paso Terra is a popular Paso Robles seafood restaurant located downtown. Trained in France in the early 1970s, Executive Chef Andre Averseng is now committed to serving patrons dishes made from ingredients produced by sustainable farming. “Chef Andre creates amazing dishes,” says one Yelp reviewer, “He and his wife Christina make you feel like you are being welcomed into their home for dinner. Wonderful dining experience.” Located at 1032 Pine Street, in Paso Robles. Phone number: (805) 434-1950. Website: pasoterra.com.

Steakhouse at the Paso Robles Inn

While not a seafood-only restaurant, the Paso Robles Inn offers seafood dishes such as salmon, calamari, coconut shrimp, and seafood linguini. The restaurant prides itself on providing, “A plate for every palate.” So if any in your party are craving a delicious steak, stop by the Steakhouse for a “surf-and-turf” style feast. Located inside the Paso Robles Inn at 1103 Spring Street in Paso Robles. For more information, call them at (805) 238-4925 or visit pasoroblesinn.com/steakhouse.

Pier 46

Located in Templeton, Pier 46 is both a seafood restaurant and a seafood market. Owner Tony DeGarimore’s father, Mike, was a local, well-known seafood provider who taught owner Tony all aspects of the seafood business as he was growing up. Tony first opened and ran Louies on the Pier in Avila Beach, and a small fish market and restaurant on the water in Morro Bay. Then, after running the export business himself, and later co-owning his father’s company Central Coast Seafood, he decided to go back into retail and is now dedicated to “serving the North County with the freshest seafood possible.” Located at 1131 Rossi Road in Templeton. For more information call (805) 434-1950 or visit: pier46seafood.com.

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Editor’s note: The Best of Paso Robles is a special section of the Paso Robles Daily News. This article recommends the best seafood in Paso Robles and surrounding areas that our writers and editors recommend. If you would like to suggest a local business for consideration on the Best of Paso Robles series, click here to contact the Paso Robles Daily News, or call Access Publishing at (805) 226-9890. 

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