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Places for dinner in San Luis Obispo

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Padreboy Aug 26, 2012 04:28 PM

Look for fine dining in SLO. No chains, something that reflects the area, low corkage fee. What ya got?

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    glbtrtr Aug 26, 2012 05:45 PM

    Have not been here myself but got rave reviews from someone who goes their often when he is in town on university alumni foundation business - Cafe Roma in the Railway Plaza complex: http://www.caferomaslo.com We recently took a day-tripper vintage train ride and enjoyed the old Del Monte Cafe in this same Railway Plaza area but it would be more for casual dining, not fine dining. Relating our trip to this friend he advised us strongly next time to try Cafe Roma. Maybe local in the know can verify this recommendation?

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      Bruce in SLO Aug 27, 2012 07:30 AM

      For fine, casual dining I recommend Luna Red, located adjacent to the Mission downtown.
      A sister- restaurant is Novo, a bit more varied menu. For excellent Italian try Buona Tavola as well as the recommended Cafe Roma.

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        mike0989 Aug 27, 2012 07:43 AM

        I'd add Korberl Blue to the list.. I've eaten there several times and it has been an enjoyable expierience each time.

        http://www.epkoberl.com/

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          syrahgirl Aug 28, 2012 02:17 PM

          At The Sycamore Springs Resort is The Gardens of Avila, it has very good food and service in a formal dining room. We also love the food at Novo in downtown SLO. :)

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            toodie jane Aug 28, 2012 02:42 PM

            yes. to Koberl. owner/chef. corkage is $20/bottle

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