Have you checked out Paso Roble’s newest and hottest spot to enjoy dinner and drinks?
Make sure you keep The Alchemists’ Garden on your list! Celebrate the magic of creativity and friendship in the heart of downtown!
The concept of The Alchemists’ Garden started out with four friends (Tony Bennett, Alexandra Pellot, Andrew Brune, and Quin Cody) on a beach in Puerto Rico dreaming of new bar and restaurant experience in Paso Robles.
Fast forward from sun-kissed beaches to present-day downtown Paso Robles. On the corner of Downtown City Park you’ll find the iconic ivy-covered building where their dreams have become a reality. Above the entryway, you’ll find their emblem carefully handcrafted by local artist, Max Randolph, a 5th generation blacksmith. His work can also be found in Tin City by heading to the center of the compound and looking up at their iconic clock tower.
The Alchemists’ Garden is elevating the Paso Robles experience by offering innovative botanical cocktails and a globally focused food menu. You’ll find items like the Turmeric Eggs, Caramelized Anise Bulb, and Moroccan Spiced Lamb. The team has focused on a menu that is accessible to all. For us locals, you’ll be celebrating their late-night menu available from 4p to midnight 7 days a week.
We’ve had the menu and some of our current favorites are their Cast Iron Fondue, Bunch of Fries (Trust us. We know that may sound unoriginal but someone FINALLY made french fries correctly in our eyes), and Coffee Rubbed Skirt Steak. The kitchen and food program is led by Chef Danelle Jarzinsky, a Paso Robles native who studied at Sonoma State. Danelle has worked for Tin Canteen, Daou, and Foley Family.
They have an open-air bar that seats up to 24 people and a back patio that is completely covered with air conditioning and heaters and can safely accommodate 35 people.
To find out more about The Alchemists’ Garden go to www.alcheminstsgarden.com
1144 Pine St, Paso Robles, Ca 93446 ~ (805)369-2444. Open Daily from 4p to 1:30a – Food Served Daily from 4p to midnight. No reservations.
Photography: Sarah Kathleen