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Paso Robles
Haran learned from Enzo Coccia, the famous Michelin-recognized Naples chef. Their popular dishes include the classic Margherita D.O.P. made with San Marzano to- matoes, the pesto con pomodorini with freshly made pesto Genovese, and the Nduja di Calabria, which is a Calabrian chili-infused pork sausage also topped with ricotta, mozzarella, and pecorino Romano. Manager
Crosby Damron notes, “Slow fermented dough, imported Italian
ents, and a
ed Acunto
pizza oven
create a dining
experience like no
other, highlighted by a
unique wine and beer list of
unique imports and local favorites.”
Coffee, latte and cold
Whether you want to catch up with
a friend over coffee or need a quick caffeine boost, Joebella Coffee Roasters has all you might need.
Make sure to grab one of their sig- nature lattes, which include matcha, lavender vanilla honey, salted cara- mel, or their famous velvety espres- sos. For a more adventurous choice, try the Kyoto cold brew, which can be served straight, over rocks, or in a mocktail; you can expect a molasses flavor with a strong bourbon finish.
Burgers, sandwiches and great sides
The Third Degree is a must-vis- it on the list for delectable burgers, sandwiches, and appetizing sides. Their secret to the perfect burger is the mix of ground chuck and bris- ket, which is an in-demand menu item. Other tasty options include paninis, seasonal salads such as a fresh mango salad, and sandwiches that range from salmon BLTs to house-cooked turkey clubs. Owner Jody Storsteen said, “We would like everyone to know that The Third Degree is the new home
of Berry Hill Bistro with a new
fun setting where the options are incredible. There is something for everyone at our new home at Paso Market Walk.”
Paso Market Walk is located at 1803 Spring St in Paso Robles. For opening hours and more informa- tion, call (805) 720-1255 or visit
— By Sadie Mae Mace
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