Oh, Organics!

5 Apr

Only once in a blue moon do you stumble upon a mouth-watering (weekly changing) menu, a tantalizing wine list, and a fantastic venue hidden – keyword, hidden – within Paso Robles Wine Country. Even rarer do you find a scene dedicated to providing dishes made from local, organically and sustainably produced, community supported ingredients.

Enter in Thomas Hill Organics. Combined with a 10-acre farm on Paso Robles’ east side (home to almost 1000 fruit and nut trees, various herbs and greens), a talented and friendly staff, and two ardent advocates/owners (Debbie and Joe Thomas), Thomas Hill Organics is one splendid eatery.

Try: the Halibut Cheeks (such a charming name and so delicious).

Sit: outside in the private dining patio, underneath the amazingly gigantic WINE sign (as originally seen here).

See: the art hanging on the walls by artist Joseph Thomas.

Ask: about the Thomas Hill Organics CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program. For roughly $30/week, you can provide a family of 6 with a plethora of farm-to-table fresh produce.

“Keeping it fresh and simple,” that’s the Thomas Hill Organics Way.

Thomas Hill Organics •1305 Park Street • Paso Robles, CA. 93446

805.226.5888

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3 Responses to “Oh, Organics!”

  1. Lynne Teckman April 7, 2010 at 3:04 pm #

    I am drooling all over myself. Yum…halibut cheeks. I am so there next week.

  2. Jayne Warren April 9, 2010 at 11:47 am #

    I’d like to see the meyer lemon, house-made ricotta pizza on the lunch menu please

  3. alliaddison April 10, 2010 at 9:07 pm #

    Meyer lemon, house-made ricotta pizza sounds like it is to die for! Let’s be sure to request!

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