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Paso Robles
Pappy McGregor’s Gastropub is a local favorite for lively fun and great food
 Gourmet comfort food with seasonal craft cocktails, local beers
Pappy McGregor’s is a lively gastropub and community favorite in the center of downtown steps away from shopping, galleries, wine tasting and hotels. Opened in 2006 on St. Patrick’s Day by cousins Donovan Schmit and Troy Larkin, the pub was lovingly named in honor of their grandfather Pappy McGregor.
The talented duo has been honing their craft in the restaurant business and passion for creating perfect dining experiences since 2001. The cousins also run Fish Gaucho, 1122 Speakeasy, and the
Cane Tiki Room. The Cane Tiki opened in July 2021 and features
exotic tiki cocktails and Polynesian small bites. All their restaurants boast rave reviews on Yelp and numerous local awards and recog- nitions.
“Guests of all ages enjoy lively fun, high-quality food and drinks, with warm and welcoming service.
Sports lovers enjoy six large high-definition TVs. Pappy Mc- Gregor’s is open late for cocktails and small bites if you want something to do downtown after dinner hours.
    Delicious and innovative works of art created by award winning French chef, Andre Aversang
  Lean to cook with Andre!
Private cooking classes available
Call for dinner reservations
(805) 227-4100
 1032 Pine St., Paso Robles •
  “Pappy’s is a
very family-friend-
ly pub. Guests of all
ages enjoy lively fun, high-quality food and drinks, with warm and welcoming service. Pappy’s offers both indoor and outdoor dining with two separate patios,” said Schmit.
Both patios are dog friendly.
– Donovan Schmit
 One visit and you know why Pappy’s is a local favorite!
Pappy McGregor’s has won the Local’s Choice Award 11 times and their dedication to serving delicious farm-to-table gastropub just gets better. Everything is made
    Wendy Berti
 591 12th Street • Paso Robles • (805) 226-5655
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