See the roosters by the park and walk on the hanging bridge. Quaint small town with restaurants, shops, and Saturday farmers market.
Spend an afternoon shopping, drinking coffee, wine-tasting, eating, enjoying the outdoors
The first thing you’ll notice about Arroyo Grande is the genuine character and charm. This is no faux historic village. It is a one-of-a-kind California original with a walkable downtown and a bevy of beautiful Victorian buildings you’ll love to explore. Look closer and find dozens of intriguing…
Boutique shops, restaurants, wine tasting and bars! A must when visiting the Central Coast.
“I love the red curry and the pad Thai here. I just have to remember to ask for "mild" because the chef here is very generous with peppers.”
“PIzza! Two for one! Try their white sauce. Delish. This place is popular with locals. Not a place for dining, one or two tables next to a busy counter. Choose this place for takeout. Also, they deliver.”
“This cute gallery is a local favorite and features beautiful art and accessories for sale.”
Point of Interest
“Various live entertainment including theatrical productions, musicals, musicians, stand-up comedy are presented a couple of times each month. Check the online schedule for offerings and to purchase advance tickets.”