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Arroyo Grande
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Pacific Coast Plaza
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Rancho Grande Park
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      Much to do in the Village
Roosters, history, museums, ice cream, pizza, wine, beer, ghosts, farms, theater, festivals, and the gateway to adventure, all of this and more is awaiting in Arroyo Grande, known as the Village to locals.
The downtown village with shops, pizza and ice cream
Some places are successful in retaining that old-time flavor of days gone by and still offer modern day amenities and fun. Arroyo Grande is one of those towns.
This charming village is filled with one-of-a-kind shops with antique and vintage items, col- lectibles, clothing, sporting goods, gifts and more.
Hungry after shopping? Stop in for a little piece of Alaska at Klondike Pizza. Specialty pizzas are on the menu and locals say the place is haunted. For dessert make your way to Doc Bernstein's Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Parlor and choose from a huge variety
of flavors and local specialties. You can even create your own ice cream flavor that might be added to the menu. You'll enjoy watch- ing the old steam engine model train chugging around overhead.
History, museums, a swinging bridge, summer concerts and roosters
As you walk around the village be sure to walk over the Swinging Bridge, the only one of its kind in
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California. The bridge is 171 feet long and swings 40 feet above the stream. Originally the bridge had no sides, but they were added in 1902. The bridge was donated to the city in 1911, destroyed by a storm in 1995, but since recon- structed.
Visit historic buildings dating from the late 1800s and early 1900s in Heritage Park. Summer concerts in the park offer live bands, dance troupes and other performances. Celebrate Indepen- dence Day at the July 4th Concert.
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