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Eleven Twenty-Two

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Eleven Twenty-Two

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1122 Railroad St, Paso Robles, CA 93446-2532
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Semi-Private Hop-On Hop-Off Wine Tasting Tour from Paso Robles
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Semi-Private Hop-On Hop-Off Wine Tasting Tour from Paso Robles

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Explore Paso Robles wine country at your own pace with a 5-hour hop-on, hop-off winery tour, and create the perfect itinerary for your tastes. Choose four or five from more than 60 wineries as you plan your day, then set off through rolling terrain etched with trellised vineyards. Sample the Rhône-style wines and heritage varietal zinfandel’s that the designated Paso Robles American Viticultural Area is known for, along with traditional bottles and cutting-edge blends to suit every taste.
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RknRon wrote a review May 2020
Madison, Wisconsin1,748 contributions463 helpful votes
The place fills up fast, sir if you are with a group, get here early. The seating at the booths is community as the seating space is limited - great craft drinks - ALL made to order!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jend3139 wrote a review Mar 2020
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We’d heard about how great this place was and were afraid it wouldn’t live up to the hype. But we were glad to be wrong! I’ve never been to anything like it before. Definitely worth the wait.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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marx3 wrote a review Dec 2019
25 contributions35 helpful votes
This is in Paso Robles, known for wineries, but what a great change! - A hidden speakeasy style cocktail lounge. It is a rear doorway on a small street and is actually the back door of Pappy McGregor's pub in downtown Paso. You ring the bell to get entry and then enter into a fairly small 1930's style dimly lit speakeasy with Jazz music playing. It doesn't open till either 5 or 7 pm depending on the night and I'll bet it doesn't hold more than about 50 people. The cocktails are delicious and of course favor the 1930's style of drinks (bourbon, whiskey, gin, etc.). If you are lucky enough to be there on a not so crowded night the bartenders will do table service and stick around to chat awhile. On the night we were there Christian (a bartender) had time to talk and it was really enjoyable. I recommend getting there early, but the crowd does seem to turn over after a drink or two, even if you have to wait to get in.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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DCCR336 wrote a review Nov 2019
Fallbrook, California104 contributions75 helpful votes
Popped in here on the recommendation of the staff at Pappy McGregor's, naturally. I was in town for a convention and the closing party was themed the Roaring 20's. All of us were dressed the part to be here. The cocktails were great and mixed right at your table. Loved trying all the different drinks. They have some really nice high-end choices. They say it is an experience and it really turned out to be.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Hal J wrote a review Nov 2019
San Francisco, California3 contributions
This is a must-try spot for drinks. The staff were knowledgeable and friendly, the bar is well stocked, and the atmosphere itself is worth the price of a drink. So the artisanal ingredients and quality booze are just icing on the cake. They do a very nice job of the Prohibition-era speakeasy vibe. Be prepared to stand in line on a busy night: it's not a big place. Consider going mid-week.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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