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Matxain Etxea Basque Restaurant: $26 for $40 at Basque Matxain Etxea Restaurant

$26 for $40 at Basque Matxain Etxea Restaurant

Matxain Etxea Basque Restaurant

San Juan Bautista

Restaurant serves up tapas and entrees inspired by northern Spain’s Basque Country, such as sautéed shrimp, mussels, and oxtail stew

$40 $26

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DeRose Winery: Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Bottles, or Tasting for Two with History at DeRose Winery (Up to 75% Off)

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Bottles, or Tasting for Two with History at DeRose Winery (Up to 75% Off)

DeRose Winery

Hollister

Vineyard and winery that uses sustainable practices, including dry farming of vines that are more than 150 years old

$68 $17

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Aimee June Winery: Wine Tasting and Take-Home Bottles for Two or Four at Aimee June Winery (Up to 48% Off)

Wine Tasting and Take-Home Bottles for Two or Four at Aimee June Winery (Up to 48% Off)

Aimee June Winery

San Juan Bautista

Boutique winery produces eight natural-yeast varietals, each bottle adorned with hand-crafted artwork

$29 $16

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La Casa Rosa: Three-Course Luncheon for Two or Four at La Casa Rosa (Up to 54% Off)

Three-Course Luncheon for Two or Four at La Casa Rosa (Up to 54% Off)

La Casa Rosa

San Juan Bautista

In a 156-year-old hotel, chefs serve Mexican-inspired casseroles and soufflés with cream sauce alongside local greens

$53.70 $25

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Leal Vineyards: Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Leal Vineyards (Up to 68% Off)

Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Leal Vineyards (Up to 68% Off)

Leal Vineyards

Hollister

Palates are introduced to subtle notes of varietals including chardonnay, malbec, and mourvèdre in tasting room on 50-acre estate

$30 $11

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Pietra Santa Winery: Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four, or 6 or 12 Bottles of Pinot Noir at Pietra Santa Winery (Up to 57% Off)

Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four, or 6 or 12 Bottles of Pinot Noir at Pietra Santa Winery (Up to 57% Off)

Pietra Santa Winery

Hollister

Tours explore winery, concluding with sampling of wines; wine options provide 6 or 12 bottles of 2009 Block H Pinot Noir

$70 $35

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  • La Casa Rosa
    Bertha Campbell Cole stepped back and let out a satisfied sigh after making the final pink brushstrokes on the wooden siding of the 1856 hotel. She had traveled throughout Southeast Asia with her husband for years, but was now firmly planted back in her childhood territory on Northern California soil. The year was 1935, and Bertha's new stationary lifestyle meant that she could finally realize her dream of opening a teahouse. In forthcoming decades, the intimate space would sate the appetites of celebrities such as Alfred Hitchcock and Beverly Sills, as well as many noncelebrities who simply liked ornately papered walls. Today, owner Charlie Shockey continues La Casa Rosa Restaurant's tradition by serving luncheons fashioned from Mexican-inspired recipes, local herbs and produce, and seasonally changing red and white wines. Chefs bake corn, beef, and cheeses into california casseroles, following an original recipe given to Bertha's aunts by a local Mexican commandant. Chicken and seafood souffl?s sail past antique dolls, pictures, and a gramophone to tables in the main dining room, or on their way to an outdoor courtyard among flowering shrubs and giraffes. Wines such as Ash Blonde?a French-Italian blended aperitif?chill glasses alongside domestic and imported beers, and a baby grand piano holds a row of sample jams and chutneys off to one side of the dining room. After tastings, visitors can order the local preserves, which staff members then pack into decorative pink boxes.
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    107 3rd St.
    San Juan Bautista, CA US
  • Skydive Hollister
    The instructors at Skydive Hollister conduct their highest jumps at 18,000 feet?the greatest height from which one can dive without supplemental oxygen. Even at this altitude, they have to pump oxygen into the plane?s cockpit before a jump. Once outside, the 120 mile-per-hour free falls last little more than one minute. They help students navigate this rapid descent on tandem dives, during which they strap into the same harness as their student and coach them in proper body position, steering, and parachute release over the sound of roaring wind. At 5,000 feet, instructors deploy the parachute and instruct their partner in parachute control and landing techniques as the blue waters of Monterey Bay and the hills of San Francisco unfold below. Instructors also train students seeking skydiving licenses through two programs. In the Accelerated Free-Fall program, they teach skydiving principles and technical basics in a four- to six-hour ground school before strapping students into their own parachutes for seven jumps. The Instructor-Assisted Free-Fall program precedes this solo training with two tandem skydives, during which instructors teach their prot?g?s the basics of free-fall turns, altitude awareness, and filling in for the lead goose flying in V-formation.
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    60 Airport Drive
    Hollister, CA US
  • Pietra Santa Winery
    In the 1850s, winery founder Theophile Vache chose a piece of land to plant wine grapes because of its maritime climate and unique soils. More recently, this land was christened Pietra Santa—Italian for “sacred stone”—in honor of the region's granite- and limestone-rich soils, which have produced subtly earthy wines for 150 years. Rows of olive trees and wine grapes, including pinot noir and pinot gris varieties, sprout from 450 acres of fecund soil nestled in the Gabilan Range. Within the Mission-style winery, vintner Alessio Carli ferments vino in oak barrels, and a Tuscan-imported press squeezes oils from organic olives. The winery's picnic area furnishes guests and marooned hot air balloon captains with breath-nabbing views of Cienega Valley. In addition to garnering the adoration of oenophiles, Pietra Santa has attracted attention from Frank Lloyd Wright associate Burley Griffin Junior, who designed the estate's prairie-style Dickinson house, which was built in 1905.
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    10034 Cienega Road
    Hollister, CA US
  • A&W Restaurant
    As an iconic American brand, A&W stands for good times had over classic American food & treats. It all started in 1919 at Roy Allen’s Root Beer stand, celebrating the return of World War I veterans. After partnering with Frank Wright, the good times never stopped, as A&W became the first major food franchise, growing along with the country over the course of the next several decades. Today, A&W remains a place for friends, families & communities to gather over the simple pleasures of great food & great company. We make quality food fresh just for you! Our Burgers are cooked-to-order with your choice of toppings, & our Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders are 100% all-white meat, lightly breaded, & cooked to juicy, mouth-watering perfection. Our Root Beer is still made fresh in our restaurants with real cane sugar - top it off with our creamy vanilla soft serve for one of our signature Root Beer Floats!
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    203 South St
    Hollister, CA US
  • Leal Vineyards
    With a reverence for Old-World winemaking techniques, Leal Vineyards founder Frank Leal orchestrates a well-balanced blend of varietals including chardonnay, syrah, malbec, and mourvèdre. The self-taught vine visionary personally tends to the estate, determining optimum moments for picking and bottling to prevent the scars of prematurely separating young grapes from their mothers. In addition to nurturing the 50-acre flock of award-winning grapes, Leal's estate hosts weddings, corporate functions, parties, and wine tastings, which introduce palates to the subtle notes of its signature varietals. Those whose taste in wines changes with the seasons can join the vineyard’s wine club to receive a new bouquet each quarter.
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    300 Maranatha Drive
    Hollister, CA US
  • Bear's Hideaway
    Take a trip to Bear's Hideaway in San Juan Bautista and make your next meal a good one. Free wifi is on hand here as well. Bask in the sun and enjoy a fresh meal outside at Bear's Hideaway. For an eclectic twist on traditional dining, live music is often featured at Bear's Hideaway as well. If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Bear's Hideaway during the slower weekday hours. Take the car and arrive promptly to dinner; parking is plentiful, so don't worry about setting aside time to search for a space.
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    402 3rd Street
    San Juan Bautista, CA US
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