March 11th, 2020 marks the 131st anniversary of the founding of a little town that holds a big place in our heart—the beautiful Paso Robles, California, and the Paso Robles Inn has been around since the very beginning. Learn more about where it all started…
In the true spirit of Do-It-Yourself problem solving, Janine Stone, owner of If You Give a Girl a Saw, discovered her passion for woodworking when she was faced with the classic issue of limited storage space at her San Luis Obispo studio apartment two and a half years ago. Fortunately for The Piccolo, what started out as a simple DIY project turned into Janine’s favorite hobby, and now, her full-time job.
Two Paso firsts are joining forces high above the downtown city park at The Piccolo. Tetto, the city’s first rooftop bar, and RE:FIND Handcrafted Spirits, Paso’s first distillery are teaming up to toast some incredible craft cocktails starting this fall.
KROBĀR gives visitors new ways to savor the flavors of Paso Robles while finding ways to honor their wine country roots. We’re proud to offer KROBĀR’s bourbon, as well as their Original and Pink Gins on the menu at Tetto, the first rooftop bar in Paso Robles.
Leading as Martin Resorts’ Chief Operating Officer, Margaret is the brains behind the operation of opening downtown’s newest luxury hotel, The Piccolo. With 24 years of experience in the hospitality industry and the desire for a new challenge, Margaret wanted to do something bigger than she’d ever done before. So that’s exactly what she did.
All good things start with a strong foundation. Never settling for less than the best, the team at Specialty Construction were the right men to help us build an authentic Paso Robles experience from the ground up.
Of all the wonderful things that grow here, the camaraderie that blossoms between our local artisans is our favorite byproduct. We were lucky enough to witness one of these partnerships grow between Lauren Dunn of Dunn Gardens and Pepe Sanchez of Deadwood Revival as they collaborated on The Piccolo’s 24 custom air plants.
Quite literally hammering away over the forge and fire, Santa Maria-based blacksmith Hans Duus has spent the past 51 years of his life carrying his Old World craft into the new age. Now, his work will shine at downtown Paso Robles’ newest boutique hotel, The Piccolo.