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Paso Market Walk – Sneak Peek!

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So excited that we got to check out the Paso Market Walk a few weeks ago for their Hard Hat Party. Who knew construction could look so goooood!

The market is set to be completed in the spring of next year but the party was a great way to introduce the vision to everyone. It’s clear that this market walk is going to change the way people look at downtown Paso Robles.

The Paso Market Walk is set to have over 14 local vendors with only a few spaces remaining:

The Third Degree, The Donut Box, The Juice Box, Paso Robles Wine Merchant, Joe Bella Coffee Roasters, Gather: Urban Agriculture, The Vreamery, Momotaro Ramen, Vintage House: Finch, Montello Tasting Room, Just Baked, Hog Canyon Brewing Company, Leo Leo Gelato, Ash.

The property will also have loft vacation rentals available for out of town guests seeking a unique stay in Paso Robles. It consists of 3 lofts (Two single bedroom spaces and one two-bedroom space). From the floor plans, they will be decorated with modern furniture and vibrant accents. But seriously, what better way to spend a weekend in Paso Robles than with restaurants at your doorstep!

I’d never experienced a Hard Had Party but I loved the laid back atmosphere. It was great to see a lot of familiar faces in the community and to see all the work they’ve put into making this place what it is.

Check out all the photos from Hugo Martinez (@hm_imagery)! We had a blast working with him to share this event.

Who or what are you looking forward to with the Paso Market Walk Opening? Comment below!

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