Yummies: Central Coast Food Crawl
To keep sugar in line for little ones make sure they are spiting a small or mini ice cream several ways. Keep the kids interested in the crawl by presenting it as a treasure hunt, find spots on a (real paper) map, keeping track of each spot and betting which will be the winner at the end of the food crawl for family favorite.
Zoe's Hawaiian BBQ
At Santa Maria's Zoe's Hawaiian BBQ Try the yummy garlic chicken and enjoy the side of sticky rice. Zoe's is a laid back, small joint just off the road that you would never give a second glance to until you try their pleasant service and actually tasty food. Sometimes strip mall like exteriors hide tasty, inexpensive yums.
Ozzie’s Premium Yogurt and Gelato
Orcutt (that place you live so people won't say you are a Santa Maria resident) has a tasty ice cream spot to try out along your crawl; Ozzie’s Premium Yogurt and Gelato. Enjoy a small scoop to get your energy going for the big tastes of food along the way.
Old Village Grill
Arroyo Grande's Old Village Grill is a funky and simple stop on the food crawl with lots of easy options. Try the spicy (not too spicy) baja cobb salad or the turkey melt. Add in a side of fries and a root beer float to finish off the tasty bites.
Rancho Nipomo Deli & BBQ
Rancho Nipomo Deli & BBQ has funky and shaded (hey, this is your albino travel guide writing after all) seating outdoors. Good taquitos with a firm side of beans and lots of guac. Also, try the burgers if you like beef (moo) and try to grab a hold of the get-it-now bbq specials up on the board each day.