Paso Market Walk

Paso Market Walk is located in the heart of one of California’s most famed wine regions, Paso Robles. This is a must-visit for foodies, locals, and visitors of San Luis Obispo County! The market walk is 16,000 sq. ft and will be a hub for shopping, dining, and gathering! At this time they are providing spacious outdoor seating and curbside pickup.

We got to visit them last fall for a sneak peak and one of the most interesting additions to the property includes The Lofts which feature two studio, two one-bedroom, and two two-bedroom short-stay suites. Already a central location to the hundreds of wineries, imagine being only a few steps away from some of the best restaurants in downtown Paso.

Paso Market Walk merchants include:

Photo: Finca

Finca is focused on bringing traditional and regionally- inspired cuisine to California’s Central Coast. This latest project comes from the owners of La Taquiza, a Napa-based Mexican restaurant that has been in the Michelin Guide since 2009. With over 20 years of experience in the service industry, co-owner Patrick Aguirre has worked with Thomas Keller of the French Laundry and Suzanne Goin of AOC.

Photo: Gather | Urban Agriculture

Gather is an experimental nursery project adds playfulness and beauty to the Paso Market Walk. Not only will they be providing the visuals adornments of the market, they will also be growing many of the culinary ingredients the businesses will be using onsite! Keep an eye out for future workshops and experiences for all ages and skill levels.

Photo: Hog Canyon Brewing

Hog Canyon Brewing was created by longtime friends Larry Chavez & Ben Work, brew beer using barley from their 4th and 5th generation family farms in Hog Canyon along the Cholame Hills of Central Coast California. They grow their own malt and brew by hand in small batches.

Photo: inbloom

inbloom is the latest project of Chris Haisma, Nicole Haisma, Levi Lupercio and Lisa Hemmat-Lupercio, restaurateurs with operations in Chicago, Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach. The menu will be traditional California cuisine with an emphasis on supporting local farms & farmers and features a beverage program with a thoughtfully curated wine list, local beers, and CBD craft cocktails. in bloom will open later in the Fall of 2020.

Joebella Coffee began as an at-home project in Santa Barbara 18 years ago. Since then, owners Joseph and Isabel Gerardis have searched the world over before selecting the best organic beans available from Africa, Indonesia, Central America and South America. Their first store opened in Atascadero and we are thrilled for their second location at the Paso Market Walk. They roast them with care to bring out the distinctly different flavors and qualities particular to each coffee region. Coffee beans, coffee by the cup, tea and espresso will be on the menu.

Photo: Just Baked Cake Studio & Bakery

Just Baked Cake Studio & Bakery will provide freshly baked cookies (including their award-winning Flagship Chocolate Chip™Cookie), plus, desserts and cakes. All desserts from Just Baked Cake Studio & Bakery are made to order in small batches using fresh fruits, high-quality, responsibly sourced chocolate, house-made custards, jams and curds, pure cane sugar, real butter and pure extracts. Founded by Annie Farrell and Meghan Hoetker in 2010, Just Baked SLO merged with cake artist Libby Ryan in 2016 to form Just Baked Cake Studio & Bakery. They recently brought on Chef Whitnie Burke Elrod as their new executive pastry chef (former owner of Paper Cake Events). Their first location is in downtown Santa Margarita and we are excited for their second location at the Paso Market Walk.

Leo Leo Gelato is expanding into a retail location at Paso Market Walk. Owner and Master Gelatier, Niccolo Lekai, has been crafting gelato for nearly 10 years in Paso Robles for the wholesale market. Using traditional Italian methods, Lekai creates flavors that rotate throughout the seasons, based on what is fresh and available at the time.

Fresh off a victory for “Best Drink” at the SLO Craft Beer Fest 2020, SLO Cider is ready to spread the love in both San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles!  The company consists of Nate Adamski (Operations), Jeremy Fleming (Cider Maker) and Pete Ayer (Marketing), a unique blend of 3 different backgrounds to create a promising and harmonious blend of hard cider and positive vibes. For over a year, the trio has been working diligently to create a variety of flavors that are hitting the markets this spring in 16oz cans as well as draft kegs at local markets and restaurants.

Now you can enjoy award-winning ciders in Paso Robles! They will have amazing tasting room exclusives and special meads are also available. Check out their Cider Club if you’re a fan! They anticipate opening the fall of this year.

Photo: The Third Degree

The Third Degree will offer modern grilled dishes, made-to-order gourmet burgers, signature hot & cold sandwiches, house-made soups, fresh salads, rotisserie chicken dishes, and self-serve salad bar for enjoyment either onsite or to-go. Owner Jody Storsteen opened Berry Hill Bistro in downtown Paso Robes in 2003 and reinvents that classic bistro by bringing her “comfort food with flair” to Paso Market Walk.

Photo: Paso Robles Wine Merchant

Paso Robles Wine Merchant is a family-owned neighborhood wine shop, bar, and kitchen inspired by locally sourced food and wine, family, and community. A curated selection of central coast cheeses will accompany a menu featuring farm-fresh seasonal ingredients. Their menu is vegetable-forward and specials include grilled cheese, fresh oysters, and locally made organic pasta. They have a small market where you can pick up picnic items, wines, and cheese plates to go! They have over 50 local wines from all of the 11 Paso Robles viticultural areas, with an emphasis on sustainably farmed and estate wines. Guests can enjoy a glass of wine at the bar or take a bottle home from the bottle shop. You can even grab a glass of wine to go – they have 8 wines available on tap!

Photo: Momotaro Ramen

Momotaro Ramen will feature traditional Japanese ramen noodles created with locally sourced ingredients as well as those imported from Japan. Seating for 15-20 will be available at the Momotaro Ramen bar and items will be available “to go” for enjoyment offsite or at one of the designated seating areas of the Paso Market Walk. Momotaro will also highlight Japanese microbrew beers, select sakes and wines specifically selected to pair with menu’s assortment of ramen. They currently have tonkatsu, shoyu, shio, and vegetarian broth available. Don’t miss their delicious appetizers and desserts!

Montello Tasting Room was established in 2014 by Lorraine Montello and her son Garrett Spaulding to provide a resource for fresh California olive oil and aged Italian balsamic vinegar. They feature extra virgin olive oil, flavored oils, balsamic vinegars, olives, tapenades and spreads, jams, mustards, sea salts, herbs and spices and gift items. You can find them now at Cambria and the Paso Market Walk!

Photo: Paso Robles Wineries

Paso Robles Wineries is the consumer-facing entity of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance, is the official trade and marketing organization that represents wineries, growers and businesses in Paso Robles Wine Country. Centrally located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, along California’s Central Coast, Paso Robles Wine Country is California’s third largest wine region. It encompasses more than 40,000 vineyard acres and 200 wineries and provides information for visitors and residents alike.

Photo: The Vreamery

The Vreamery is a purveyor of vegan cheeses and non-dairy products using coconut milk, cultured cashew, organic non-GMO Soy, and raw cashew and almond bases. Products include mozzarella, pepper jack, smoky cheddar, parmesan, chevre, gorgonzola, sour cream, flavored butters and dressings. Their mission is to educate and inspire people, through experiencing phenomenal plant-based foods, to embrace a dietary lifestyle free from animal agriculture.  They are a whole food, plant-based “scratch-kitchen” that sources local ingredients, makes use of quick to compost packaging and continually strives towards being a zero-waste company.

Additional market merchants will be announced soon…

The Lofts are located right ABOVE the Paso Market Walk! They have 6 suites available and room rates run from $259 to $459 per night. This is a fun addition and visitors will have easy access to all their artisan food purveyors!

Paso Market Walk is located at 1803 Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446 and is open 7-days a week from 7:00am to 10:pm with individual merchants offering varying hours. FINCA and in bloom will be open until midnight on weekends. For more information, visit To learn more about The Lofts (click here).


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