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Paso Robles
the Reverse Mortgage Option
Visit us at or Call (820) 206-8232
Meet us at THE SANDBOX
1345 Park St., Paso Robles, CA 93446
   Richard Rockoff:
NMLS# 243871 / DRE# 00801198 Cell (820) 206-8152
RaeChelle Rockoff:
NMLS# 243867 / DRE# 01310466 Cell (820) 206-8232
Planatek Financial, Inc.:
NMLS# 328893 / DRE# 01329960 Ph (818) 707-8899
      Pappy McGregor’s back patio. Enter through Pappy’s. Walk-in hours are Fri-Sat 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Reservations are recommended for Tue-Sun, 6-11 p.m. but walk-in guests are still ac- commodated. For more information or to make reservations visit eleven-
Fish Gaucho
Another “Best Restaurant” win- ner year after year is Fish Gaucho. During a trip to Mexico, Troy and Donovan were sitting on the beach, sipping fresh lime margaritas without high-calorie mixers added to sweeten the margarita, they wondered, "Why can't we find a drink like this back home?" As they enjoyed their fresh ceviche, creative salsas, shucked raw oysters, and fresh fish tacos, again they found themselves wondering where they could eat like this back home. They returned to develop Fish Gaucho as a restaurant and tequila bar that of- fers a large selection of fine tequilas, hand-muddled margaritas, seasonal cocktails, local wines, imported beer, and a modern Mexican menu with all items made using fresh in- gredients. The décor is mostly used reclaimed wood and metal which was inspired by old-world rustic Mexico with each piece custom- made for Fish Gaucho.
Fish Gaucho is located at 1244 Park St., Paso Robles. Dinner every night from 3-9 p.m. Lunch is served Fri-Sun 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Reserva- tions are available for parties up to 18. For more information or to make reservations visit
Cane Tiki Room
The newest of the four concepts is the Cane Tiki Room. This tiki bar and restaurant was conceived during COVID when the speak- easy was not able to open and instead operated from a Tiki bar setup on Pappy’s back patio. It was a huge success so when the space around the corner from Fish Gau- cho became available, Troy and Donovan jumped at the chance to create Paso’s first Tiki bar. They did not spare any attention to detail when remodeling the space – Cane (Paso’s Tiki God of Cocktails) is a water feature behind the bar that blows smoke, lights up and plays music when special drinks are ordered. Every nook and corner is decorated fitting the Tiki theme. The menu includes all the classic Tiki cocktails, some Cane Tike Room originals, and a Polynesian- inspired menu ideal for sharing with items like teriyaki bowls, fried rice, egg rolls, Spam musubi, chicken lettuce cups, ahi poke and Mongolian beef. A visit to this island oasis is a wonderful escape from the everyday.
Cane Tike Room is located at 1240 Park St., Paso Robles. Open daily at 4 p.m. For more informa- tion and for reservations visit
For more information about the Park & Pine Group, visit thepar-
—By Lisa Pretty
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