PASO ROBLES — Motley and diverse, Latin American cuisine reflects regional history with indigenous, authentic influences. The variety of its rich soils and climates produces a wide range of unique, flavorful products that find their way into vibrant restaurants and kitchens.
Su Casa Bar and Grill, a new restaurant that recently opened in downtown Paso Robles late last year, represents some of the best foods Latin America has to offer here on the Central Coast.
Located at 2927 Spring St. in historic downtown, Su Casa Bar and Grill is not your typical family restaurant. Through delicious and creative twists, both the atmosphere and dining experience as a whole infuse culture.
The restaurant, which was formerly Señor Sanchez, features several traditional modern yet flavorful dishes. Local favorites include the mouthwatering enchiladas or customary taco Tuesday specials.
The creativity does not stop at the food. The restaurant’s interior is furnished with cool, warm accents leaving guests feeling both comfortable and rejuvenated. The soothing music, too, is the perfect mood to savor a fresh cocktail and kick up your feet outside on the terrace.
The idea behind Su Casa Bar and Grill came to owner Mo Bahmani after moving to the United States from Iran. He and his wife, Aida, opened the newly renovated restaurant with hopes of creating a friendly place for locals and tourists to simply relax and enjoy the casual Paso Robles lifestyle.
The restaurant, open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, also is expected to soon host nightly stage events, including live music and even monthly themes.
For more information or to schedule reservations, call 805-369-2272.
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