Where to Eat and Stay on the Pacific Coast Highway

Check the links below for our advice on where to stay and where to eat along the Pacific Coast Highway.

There's also a link to a page where you can read more information about our own book and ebook guide to Pacific Coast Highway Hotels.

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  • Wineries and Vineyards on the Pacific Coast Highway

    The wineries and vineyards along the Pacific Coast Highway make some of the best wine in the world, from Oregon and Washington to California's Sonoma and Napa.

  • Where to Eat on the Pacific Coast Highway

    Where to eat on the Pacific Coast Highway: advice on the best fine dining options, budget restaurants, romantic locations in Oregon, Washington and California.

  • Ventura Bars, Breweries, and Beer Festivals

    There are plenty of Ventura bars, breweries, brewpubs and pubs to enjoy, not to mention one of the biggest beer festivals in California.

  • Sonoma County Distilleries

    Sonoma County is so associated with wine that it's easy to overlook the fact that it's also home to distilleries and here's a list of the main distillers.

  • Santa Cruz Downtown Wine Tastings

    There are plenty of Santa Cruz downtown wine tastings including Beauregard Vineyards,Storrs Winery and Pelican Ranch Winery,all with tasting rooms.

  • Santa Barbara Wine Country

    Santa Barbara Wine Country is one of the top wine destinations says Wine Enthusiast, alongside Napa Valley, rating California vineyards alongside Champagne.

  • Santa Barbara Italian Restaurant

    The Santa Barbara Italian restaurant Olio e Limone serves some of the best Sicilian-Italian food in California, and is well-located downtown.

  • San Francisco Best Chinatown Restaurants

    San Francisco has some of the best Chinatown restaurants in the USA, and its Chinese restaurants provide superb dining. Here are our top eating places.



Recent Articles

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    Mar 04, 21 03:00 PM

    Oceanside is a typical southern California beach town with a surf culture and with the Pacific Coast Highway running right through it.

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  2. California's Pacific Coast Highway is falling into the ocean. Is this the end of the road for one of America's most scenic drives?

    Mar 03, 21 10:50 AM

    Soaring mountains on one side of the road and the Pacific Ocean on the other: It was 1956 and Gary Griggs was experiencing California State Route 1 for the first time. He was a child, but in the follo…

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  3. Climate change threatens fragile Pacific Coast Highway

    Mar 03, 21 10:50 AM

    Construction crews work on a section of California Highway 1, known as the Pacific Coast Highway, which collapsed into the Pacific Ocean near Big Sur, Calif. on Jan. 31, 2021. Heavy rains caused debri…

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