Recommendations for Thanksgiving in San Luis Obispo
We'll be driving down from SF to San Luis Obispo for Thanksgiving, and staying at the Apple Farm. In the Triple A guide they seem to be featuring a real resturant, as opposed to a casual motel style eatery.
How is the food there?
Also, what are better/best choices for Thanksgiving dinner in San Luis Obispo in the moderate price range? (location appreciated if you know it)
I know the restaurant well. I won't comment on the food other than to say the meals are very traditional in style, there's lots of it and $28.95 per adult, 14.95 for those under 12 on Thanksgiving day. As of right now they have several noon-2 pm openings for a party of four, and one at 6. It is filling fast. (It prebooks solid every holiday.)From noon on, they serve only these holiday meals:
A meal includes salad or soup, cornbread, green bean casserole, baked yams, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, and pie, and non-alcoholic beverage. This goes with your choice of
Oven Roasted whole turkey, (light or dark)
Oven Baked Ham
Apple Farm caters to folks who value generous portions and tradional style seasonings and preparations. It's like home cooking. Be sure to call asap if you want a table reserved. Walk-ins won't be lucky unless there's a cancellation.
Many fine-dining restaurants in the Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, Paso Robles, SLO areas offer Thanksgiving Day meals. I'm sure Lindsay and Bruce will weigh in with their detailed knowledge of area dining. They get around!
Have a great time and don't forget to get out to the beach (anywhere) for some post-meal excercise. I recommend Montanya (sp)de Oro St Park, 12 min west of SLO on Los Osos Vlly Rd. Awesome!!
re: toodie jane
Montana de Oro is the most amazing place - don't miss it. Head out Los Osos Valley Road and don't stop until you get there. You can't miss it, and you really shouldn't. There is a nice 2 mile almost flat stroll along the bluffs that is just spectacular (park where all the rest of the cars are - there will be a lot).