Paso Robles is known for its abundance of wineries. There are over 200 and most are family owned and operated.
As we went from one tasting room to the next, we asked for a restaurant recommend (we are creatures of habit and usually head back to Cambria to eat at the Sea Chest but decided to mix it up a bit and stay in Paso Robles).
There were three mentions for Fish Gaucho.
Hmmmm, we were kinda expecting to hear about fine Italian restaurants that served local wines.
But, what the neck, we were totally game for Seafood with a Mexican influence at a Tequila Bar, what's not to like about that combination!!!
|The restaurant sits on a corner in downtown Paso Robles.|
|It is loud and energetic.|
|Love the light fixture as you walk in.|
|The decor is eclectic.|
|The tequila is amazing (whether you are trying the pomegranate or the grapefruit margarita).|