Pismo Beach CA dining...for families please
What could be better than eating at the patio of Jocko's in nearby Nipoma, with the barbecue firing away on your steaks? Very kid friendly and reasonable (although not cheap). There have been many posts about Jocko's, which, admittedly, I haven't been to in quite awhile.
re: Dave Feldman
HI! Back from Pismo and had lots to eat! We did visit Brads and I found it to be a good place to eat. I also really enjoyed the clam chowder at the "Splash Cafe" a few doors down...best I've had (and I am not a chowder fan)...lines out the door. It was our favorite eatery of the trip although seating is much more plentiful at Brads.
Also went to the Rock 'n Roll Cafe which had lots of atmoshpere (two train cars serves as the cafe w/juke boxes at each table) but the food and service did not meet our standards. We also went to Juan's Mexican Food Restaurant...and it was fair at best. We loved an italian restaurant in Arroyo Grande (in old town on the corner)...great food! I was also told that both a Creole restaurant and the Cracked Crab restaurant on Price street were worth a visit to, but we never made it to either of them.
Thanks to both of you who posted info for me! My hubby didn't want to travel to Jockos...too far for him to go after arriving at Oceano beach!