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Family-friendly, large-screen movie venue with concession stand, showing 2 new releases nightly.
Old fashioned drive in movie theater! Call them for showtimes! Such a fun night out!
This drive-in is a SLO must do! It's like stepping back in time, and an amazing big screen to watch the Summer's blockbusters! Pro-tip: swing by Trader Joe's on your way to pick up a bottle of wine and snacks to enjoy during the movie, and make sure you have cash!
Don't miss the drive in experience! Pack the car with food, drinks, blankets and pillows and enjoy a double feature of current movies. Get there early on the weekends to get a good spot, but on weekdays you can get there about 30 minutes before the show starts. CASH ONLY
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“Picturesque place where visitors can sample wines in an outdoor setting or take a tour of the vines.”
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“In Old Edna, it's a cute historic building and they even have a deli/kitchen so you can get lunch here too!”
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“ Share Tweet San Luis Obispo is a beautiful place to spend a weekend, right near the central coast. It has hiking, wineries, shopping, breweries, and a charming downtown shopping area where Bubblegum Alley is located. This small alley is almost always full of people, and its gum wall is like an ever-changing, living organism with new pieces of gum added hundreds of times a day. While the sheer amount of gum is pretty gross, this wall has a fun history and is a great place to take pictures with the kids. The History Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo is a 15-foot high and 70-foot long alley lined with chewed gum left by passers-by. The locally created, “most-talked-about landmark” covers a stretch of 20 meters between 733 and 734 Higuera Street in downtown San Luis Obispo. Some historians believe that the tradition of the Alley started after WWII as a San Luis Obispo High School graduating class event. Others think it started in the late 1950s as a rivalry between San Luis Obispo High School and Cal Poly students. As soon as the Poly students suspected that the high school was trying to out-do them on the gum walls, the college students stepped up their game and immediately became more creative, thus launching Bubblegum Alley.”
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“We loved this winery because it had fantastic wine but also, it was a great place to bring the kids and let them run around and picnic on a sunny afternoon. ”
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