Casual/yummy SLO Thursday dinner
Looking for an easy dinner after being in the car most of the day - any ideas? With a 17 y.o. - he's read about the side car on here and thinks that sounds good - I think that sounds like way more energy/time/money than I want to deal with right now
Thanks for the replies all - wish I had been more on top of it to post earlier - we ended up going to del's which was pretty much exactly what I expected but the perfect amount of driving and downtown avoidance. You'd think a teenager would be down with the farmers market and I would have been but was met with resistance. :). We have been in the summer and both of us find it justa little too crowded for our personalities - maybe this time of year would be a better bet? We are staying at the courtyard of Los osos so et voila sounds convenient. I am looking forward to checking out the Saturday fm so if anyone has any prepared food gems let me know. We're from chico and our fm is Saturday so I want to get my fix :)
After being in the car all day I wouldn't want to drive another half hour to Cambria when there are many options much closer.
Bon Temps Creole Cafe is just off 101 at the Hwy 1 southbound on ramp. We recently enjoyed Et Voila on Los Osos Valley Blvd, again just west off in the middle of the car dealerships.
Depending on which direction you're approaching SLO from, Hush Harbor Bakery is a few miles north in Atascadero, call first to check on their hours for the day you're traveling.
South in Pismo Beach is Thai Talay, Giuseppe's, and the Crab Cooker.
Downtown SLO at dinner on Thursday is going to be a nightmare to navigate - it's Farmer's Market night, and if you're unfamiliar with the spectacle, then take my word for it and avoid it like the plague. Several streets will be blocked off and parking difficult to come by, as mobs of people descend on the market. Honestly, it's a bit out of the way, but I'd suggest getting onto Hwy 1 and heading out to Cambria and going to Linn's. Good, plentiful food and a casual atmosphere.