Heads Up! It’s Always A Sell-Out Crowd for the Upcoming Taste of Pismo

March 8, 2015 by Georgina No Comment

Perched on the cliffs overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean at Dinosaur Caves Park, Pismo Beach holds their annual Taste of Pismoa Premier Wine & Culinary Event, celebrating, Central Coast Wines, artisan brews, and regional cuisine, on Saturday, April 25 2015 from 12pm to 4pm.   Every year guests arrive early to enjoy premium beverages from local wineries and micro breweries; sumptuous samplings of Central Coast cuisine; and great live music performed by local talent. 

 This annual event gives guests a day of unforgettable pleasure and the chance to experience the authentic California Central Coast lifestyle of our charming, laid back seaside town, “ promises Peter Candela, CEO of the Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce. “We’ve got everything you could dream of in a getaway destination – oceanfront resorts, beaches to stroll, breathtaking sunsets, an adjacent world class wine region and our own downtown winetasting rooms, restaurants, boutiques, and most of all, a welcoming atmosphere.”

Taste of Pismo is a highly anticipated event hosted by the Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce, for guests 21 years of age and older. Tickets are $50 per person and $25 per Designated Driver Ticket (no alcoholic beverage consumption) and may be purchased at

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Georgina Georgina is the Executive Director, Editor-in-Chief and Founder of She is an accomplished writer, artist, cook, horsewoman, is WSET certified and has an extensive knowledge of gourmet food and world travel. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications and websites. The granddaughter of a Piedmontese winemaker and topographer, her passion for winemaking, food, animals, and culture comes from her Northern Italian heritage rooted in family, home-life, and simply prepared flavorful, farm-fresh meals. She studies Middle Eastern dance, gardens, cooks and bakes, travels, and visits extraordinary places -- moreover, she enjoys writing about it all!