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Thanksgiving in Paso Robles
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Thanksgiving in Paso Robles? Yes, please! When the leaves are changing and the air becomes crisp, Paso Robles is the best place to celebrate your Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends.
If you don’t feel like cooking this year, there are several restaurants are open for Thanksgiving. Whether you long for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner or crave for a meal with an adventurous twist, Paso Robles has it all.
Yearning for a wholesome Thanksgiving meal like grandma used to make? The Odyssey World Café specializes in their traditional Thanksgiving dinner menu. It doesn’t get more home-style than turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing and pie. Rest assured, with this meal, you will go home cozy, happy and full.
Another option for a traditional Thanksgiving meal is served at The Hatch. With three different menus, there are plenty of options available to satisfy your palette. Come celebrate your Thanksgiving with family and friends at The Hatch. Its menu includes roasted fig salad, salt-crusted fingerling potatoes, rotisserie chicken, meatloaf and a whoopie pie, to name a few. Check out the full menus here.
After dinner, what better way to end the evening than taking your family on a trail walk along the Salinas River in Paso Robles? This essence of having a happy stomach and being in nature truly exemplifies the Thanksgiving spirit. This River Walk is one of our Maverick Pup’s favorite stops! If you’re bringing your four-legged friend with you this Thanksgiving, be sure to check out our Paso Pup Itinerary!
On the other hand, for those who want a Thanksgiving experience that differs from the classic dinner, Paso Robles has you covered!
Be sure to check out Enoteca Restaurant for its special prix-fixe three course customizable menu. Picture this: your three-course dinner could start off with a mouthwatering caramelized pork belly and sea scallop dish, and then transition to truffled ricotta sacchetti with roasted butternut squash and basil. Top it off with a warm callebaut chocolate cake. Check out their full menu for more course options.
If you still crave for something vibrant, modern, and cultural, Mistura Restaurant has a menu that will not disappoint. Velvet asparagus soup with crème fraiche and pancetta, sustainable white seabass filet sautéed with Peruvian Botija olives and Ali Amarillo over purple sweet potatoes — what can go wrong on Thanksgiving Day with this meal?
*Maverick Tip: Our Wellness Maverick loves stopping at Mistura for amazing Peruvian flavors!
Don’t let the evening stop after dinner! Downtown Paso Robles has a plethora of artisan shops, upscale clothing boutiques, and wine markets for everyone’s taste and budget. Take a trip downtown with your family after dinner or for Black Friday to shop or for gifts to show your appreciation for the special people in your life, or just treat yourself. Don't forget, the Saturday after Thanksgiving is Small Business Saturday! Shop at the local Paso Robles boutique shops to support our local businesses.
In the season of giving thanks, choose to spend your Thanksgiving holiday in Paso Robles among family and friends to share a meal, appreciate nature and enjoy yourself and others.
For a full list of the restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day, click here.
Looking for more ways to enjoy Paso Robles this month? Check out these 10 Ways to Discover Paso Robles This Fall.