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Valentine’s Day is not far off so it’s time to start planning something special for you and your partner. Luckily, Paso Robles is as romantic as can be, filled with gorgeous vistas, top-notch restaurants, and of course, plenty of wineries. For some Valentine’s date inspiration, keep reading.
Cass Winery is hosting their annual Valentine’s dinner yet again. Their Special Valentine Winemaker Dinner is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 13th from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm, with tickets priced at $175 per person. The dinner promises to be unlike anything you’ve attended before. Guests will sit around a King’s Table and be wined and dined all evening. Tickets include a six-course meal, each course paired with award-winning wine.
If your partner has a sweet tooth, then planning a Valentine’s Day ice cream date is a no-brainer. And if it’s ice cream you’re after, there’s no better place in Paso Robles than Negranti Creamery. This family-owned and operated ice cream shop is a local favorite, known for its sheep’s milk ice cream. Gourmet flavours range from blackberry rosemary and black coffee chip to cinnamon honey and salted brown sugar, and each is as decadent as the last. Keep an eye out for Valentine’s Day promotions as in the past, Negranti has offered specials for the holiday of love.
Get some fresh air this Valentine’s Day and plan a romantic hike with your partner. There are plenty of gorgeous hiking trails near Paso Robles, suitable for all levels. The Black Hill Trail in Morro State Park, the Salinas River Walk, and Bishop Peak Trail are a few of our favorites nearby. You can even get creative and bring along a picnic basket to enjoy some lunch on the way.
If you’re going to be in Paso Robles this Valentine’s Day, then be sure to plan something special for you and your partner. And if you need a place to stay during your visit, we’d love to host you at the Best Western Plus Black Oak. We combine luxe amenities and a cozy, romantic atmosphere with a prime location in the heart of Paso Robles.