San Luis Obispo County’s fourth annual Savor the Central Coast again posted growth in attendance and revenue.
Make that four pickles. The father-and-son team behind Three Pickles Deli + Sub in downtown Santa Barbara have bought a next-door business and are revamping the classic cocktail lounge, even bringing back a former bartender and historic sign. The new spot, named The Pickle Room, will have a grand opening on Oct. 5. It is Read More →
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The third annual Savor the Central Coast posted record numbers for attendance and revenue. The food and wine event is presented by the San Luis Obispo County Visitors and Conference Bureau and Sunset magazine. It hosted nearly 10,000 guests at the Santa Margarita Ranch over the four days between Sept. 27 and Sept. 30, reflecting Read More →
The San Luis Obispo County Visitors and Conference Bureau said Savor the Central Coast boosted the region’s economy by almost $3 million this year, but organizers of the food and wine event told the Business Times it fell about $47,000 short of turning a profit. The visitor’s bureau also announced the dates of the third Read More →
Central Coast winemakers have experienced a perfect storm of late freezes, a cool and damp summer and October rains, leading to a year that may have some vineyards selling their grapes at a loss.
Conway Family Wines has an opportunity to dramatically expand its brand with its newly opened tasting room on Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara.