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Paso Robles
Stroll around the Paso Market Walk for an unforgettable experience
 Locals and tourists alike can enjoy various food and drink vendors
Just a few blocks down from
the downtown Paso Robles city park, the Paso Market Walk has many food and drink purveyors to choose from that will create fun memories for all. From ramen, burgers, pizza and vegan
cheese to coffee, lo-
cals and tourists
are sure to find
their new
favorite spot
at the Paso
A vegan cheese shop
One of your
first stops can
be The Vreamery, a
vegan cheese shop with
plenty of meats, sweet treats, and grab-and-go items. Just a few of their popular cheeses include a blue cheese from Climax Foods Brand, cave-aged classic brie from Rebel Cheese Brand, and a smoked gouda from Reine Brand. Pick up a pack- age of vegan salami deli slices from Prime Roots Brand and a perfect picnic lunch is in the making. For
a quick bite, there are plenty of salads, paninis, and more to choose from. “Our menu offerings are 100% plant-based and everything can be served gluten-free and soy- free,” owner and founder Jennifer Golden said.
Ramen and more
For a tasty ramen dish, head on over to Momotaro Ramen which welcomes all with their delicious Japanese food items. From meat and vegetarian ramen to delicious
hirata buns and karaage,
the meals offer fresh and
authentic flavors. Ingredients are lo-
cally sourced and used with Kokoro, which trans-
lates to heart and soul. Owners Brittney and Mateo said, “We are here to offer the best ramen in SLO County that’s made 100% in-house with no bases or concentrates. We look forward to meeting everyone at the ramen bar.”
Classic Italian fare
If you’re in the mood for some classic Italian fare, Via Caravaggio 147 offers Neapolitan pizzas with the skills owners Pat and Kathryn
       1214 Pine St., Paso Robles • Downtown near the Park 805-237-7516 • Open 11am until 8:30pm - 9pm Fridays & Saturdays
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