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La Cosecha Bar and Restaurant
835 12th Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446
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Latin / Spanish
$31 to $50
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La Cosecha Bar and Restaurant Details
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 2:30pm
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Latin / Spanish
Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Best Restaurants in Paso Robles
We were looking for a nice lunch
spot in between winery visits while in Paso Robles, and La Cosecha was recommended by a few people we spoke with. I'm glad we took their advice! We had a great meal, with fresh & high-quality ingredients, and great service. My rating: Two forks up!"
Dined on 8/15/2014
Glad to find this place because of
SF Chronicle review by Michael Bauer. Try it. Not as crowded on the night we dined as some of the other places on the square. We were very happy with our choice."
Dined on 8/12/2014
While the cocktails at La Cosecha
were delicious, my shrimp was not properly cleaned and resulted in a gritty, sandy textured paella. The tables were so small that every time a new dish or beverage came out we found ourselves performing acrobatics just to accommodate our party of four. We barely had enough room to lift our elbows to eat the grimy paella special we had paid $19 for. Finally, as the subject alludes to, I had to fight the flies for my food and drink. I don't know about you, but when I am paying a $200 check, I usually don't like to have flies buzzing around my head and threatening to lay eggs on my appetizer. Couldn't they invest in some fans or find another way to keep the flies away? Very disappointing. Not worth it."
Dined on 8/8/2014
We had brunch at this restaurant
and it was wonderful. The daily ceviche (scallops and shrimp) was delicious and ample enough to share. My crab cakes with Manchego fondue (rather than hollandaise) was outstanding! The watermelon mimosa was also very tasty and at $5, a real bargain!"
Dined on 8/3/2014
First time at La Cosecha. Party of
4 seated promptly at reservation time. Server was personable without being too casual. Prices are reasonable for the quality of the food. The octopus salad was very generous in all ways and delicious. I had the special of the day, a seafood stew (only $19.00) Delicious broth with clams, mussels, shrimp and fish. A mildly hot sauce was provided on the side. Nice touch so you could adjust your own heat level. My wife had the Halibut. Cooked perfectly. Nice selection of beers on tap. Much appreciated after a long day of wine tasting. We tried to come back the next night but they were full. Would eat there again in a NY minute."
Dined on 8/1/2014
Forth visit and have not been
disappointed. Good service, great food."
Dined on 7/31/2014
We celebrated our anniversary at
La Cosecha last week. My tortilla soup arrived hot and delicious. My pork chop was cooked perfectly. My husband enjoyed the paella special. Both of us agreed we would return with guests while splitting a generous creme brûlée for dessert. The wine menu featured local wines. Our service was wonderful."
Dined on 7/21/2014
This is a great place in Paso
Robles to try latin food from Central and South America. They have great seafood and a wonderful pork chop. We all enjoyed good food and the Brazilian fish stew was out of this world. This is a great place with window seats that look out over the park in downtown Paso so it is a nice place for lunch or dinner. The service was excellent and there was nothing to complain about."
Dined on 7/18/2014
Chef Santos has created another
gem in Paso Robles with his tapas style small plates at La Cosecha. The tortilla soup was unbelievably good and the empanadas are not to be missed. Great Paso Robles wine list!"
Dined on 6/19/2014
We have eaten here twice. Both
times have been excellent! The cerviche is out of this world. My only suggestion is to add a few other entree's."
Dined on 6/14/2014
Having dined many times at sister
restaurant Il Cortile we wanted to try this place. The menu is interesting, however some of our choices were not to our taste. We would have liked to try the paella but it is risotto style and we like our rice dry. The empanadas are served with sauce on top, while my husband was expecting crisp pastries. The scallop appetizer had good flavors but the seared scallops were not cooked enough for us. The crab cakes were a very soft style, again not to our liking. We intended to try the pork medallion appetizer but it had run out, so we ordered the pork chop dinner to split and it was very good. Nice ambiance. Had a lovely bottle of wine from a pretty good wine list, and the service was great."
Dined on 6/3/2014
We sat outside facing the town
park and the seats are lined up in a straight row(like a bar.) You wouldn't think it would work for a party of 3 but it was perfect. We were able to angle our chairs so we could visit and nibble very easily. Evenings in Paso Robles are beautiful so it was wonderful to be outside. Our waitress was friendly and attentive and efficient. It was a most enjoyable evening."
Dined on 5/11/2014
Sleek modern decor and inventive
food create a cool city-like vibe in laid-back Paso. Spain and Argentina drive the eclectic menu. Paella with fluffy rice was tasty and cioppino was delicious. Wine list includes unusual choices from Spain and Portugal. Adventurous cocktails. Friendly competent service. Noisy. "
Dined on 5/4/2014
Had dinner here after a day of
wine tasting. Brought our own wine, although they have a great wine list. Started off with the green salad, empanadas and scallop appetizer. Salad was good, the empanadas tasty, but the scallops were heavenly! They were on a bed of mash potatoes and topped with a mushroom sauce. My husbsnd ordered the NY steak and I the special seafood risotto. Both were excellent. Service was wonnderdul, from the GM who greeted and checked on us, our own waiter and the passing server who gave suggested wineries were should visit. Definitely a must when in Paso Robles!"
Dined on 5/3/2014
The menu offered a good variety.
The prices were reasonable and the food was excellent. The service was great and the staff was friendly. This was our first time there and we will definitely dine there again."
Dined on 4/28/2014
The menu is very eclectic. There
were four of us at the table and we all tried different cocktails and food items and everyone shared tastes. Excellent cocktails with a great variety and their own twist's on classics. All of the food items we tried were excellent as well. Our waitress was very informative and had a great sense of humor. Don't miss this one if you're in Paso Robles. "
Dined on 4/20/2014
The food was really good - I had
the scallop appetizer along with splitting the kale salad and it was plenty of food. Corkage is $20/bottle which isn't too bad, but still at the high end. We enjoyed the evening and our waitress was great, but we finally had to get out of there as the noise level when the place is full just gets to be too much. I love a lively scene, but when you start shouting at your table mates to be heard, it's too loud!"
Dined on 4/5/2014
If you are an SF or Berkely foodie
traveling south on 101, you will feel right at home at this gem of a Spanish restaurant in Paso Robles. Right on the square, La Consecha will transport you to San Sebastián in terms of the tapas and the care shown in their preparation. The service is attentive and impeccable, and the fresh scallop and prawn ceviche is to die for. The wait staff is knowledgeable, and can be relied on for wine choices. All in all a destination restaurant to which we will be returning."
Dined on 3/29/2014
I have specific dietary needs.
When I asked for a modification to the menu selection, there was no hesitation or problem with my request. Delicious!"
Dined on 3/28/2014
The scallops were wonderful. My
husband had their tasting menu with paired drinks, he really loved it."
Dined on 3/20/2014
Though unlikely, these two were
outstanding dishes and I would highly recommend them. We also had the Paella which was very good but we prefer it prepared in a traditional paella pan so that you get the soccarat. Overall it's a terrific restaurant with enough unusual preparations that I say it's "fit for a foodie" and it has a nice energy!"
Dined on 3/15/2014
My wife and I live in Napa/Sonoma
wine country and know good food and wine. This restaurant is superb and ranks with some of the best. We shared six appetizers and each one of them was excellent."
Dined on 3/11/2014
My wife and I had lunch here the
day after we had lunch at Il Cortile, their sister restaurant, and we were, once again, amazed by Chef Santos' food!! Can't wait to go back to Paso and dine at his restaurants again! It's truly a must!"
Dined on 3/11/2014
Lovely Peruvian food, great
cocktails, awesome menu selection, great ambiance right on the park. Sit at one of the patio bar tops to enjoy the lovely Paso evenings."
Dined on 3/8/2014
We had a late lunch here. Brought
friends from San Diego here and they fell in love with the fresh from the garden take on Central and South American foods. Do the Ceviche. Try the cocktails, you won't be disappointed."
Dined on 2/19/2014
Great appetizers, small plates,
interesting wine list. Sherman is a terrific GM. Chef Santos was in the kitchen demonstrating his outstanding skills with food!!!"
Dined on 2/15/2014
The seafood Paella was
outstanding, the salmon was perfect, the cocktails were fabulously creative. The only downfall was that as the night got colder they did not close the patio doors and I was shivering while sipping my cocktail. The group of us tasted nearly every cocktail on the menu, our favs were THE COSECHA.. & .PLUM SOUR....I would go back again, although I may ask to be seated further from the giant glass patio doors or wait till its warmer out."
Dined on 2/15/2014
We really looked forward to some
South American flair, and instead, found the food, presentation, and favors to be quite boring and ordinary. The appetizers were both good, tuna tartar and ceviche, and the entries both blah. Dessert was the same--ordinary at best, both in presentation and appeal. The South Americans deserve better, if their style of cuisine is to be featured. We never found it here."
Dined on 2/14/2014
Maybe they were having a bad day,
I don't know. The "Tortilla soup" was a slurry of vegetables and a creole-ish flavor that didn't work. We were surprised that the empanadas ALSO tasted like a peppery creole- and tasted too much like the soup! I'd read complaints about portion size, but they were about right for people ordering with the intent of getting an appetizer (tapas-size) for one, but not a suitable portion for sharing, unless a bite is all you want as your piece of the shared plate. The reviews were right- the portion sizes are out of scale with the prices. All in all, the atmosphere is nice, the people are nice but we won't be coming back in this lifetime."
Dined on 2/14/2014
I was eager to try La Cosecha,
having heard favorable reports. However, our experience was severely marred by the fact that the kitchen seemed incapable of handling a full house. It took 75 minutes to receive our meals, and we noticed that several parties actually walked out before being served. We complained at the 50 minute mark, and the waitress told us that the kitchen had been "slammed." This seemed odd, as the place is fairly small and there were empty tables. The food itself was well prepared, interesting and tasty. However, the portions were very small and the prices very high. Not a good value."
Dined on 1/18/2014
This was our first visit to Paso
Robles. Parking near the square was an adventure, to be sure. Once we got to La Cosecha, we had a great experience. We tried the local spirits from RE FIND. Glad we tried it, but prefer our local Watershed Gin and Watershed Vodka in Columbus, OH. Dinner was great. Black Bean Soup with Duck confit was tasty."
Dined on 1/17/2014
This is the second time we've
eaten at La Cosecha, this time with a couple of friends. In both cases, the food was interesting and very enjoyable. It was good to see that the menu was flexible and had changed considerably from our previous visit. We mostly stuck with a series of appetizers so we could try a variety of dishes. We started with tuna tartare and ceviche with both plantain and regular chips. The seafood was fresh and tasty so we moved on to some scallops and empanadas then finished with ribs followed by a shared coconut flan. Once again, all were excellent. Atmosphere was low key yet with enough energy to be enoyable. And service was straightforward and prompt. Another enjoyable visit - recommended."
Dined on 1/8/2014
We took friends visiting from So.
Cal and they fell in love. The service was spot on and the was absolutely delicious. Definitely try the pastelitos and the ceviche (which is always changing)."
Dined on 1/4/2014
This was our first time to la
cosecha and we we're blown away! Everything was delicious!"
Dined on 12/31/2013
Since La Cosecha's menu changes
often, it warrants multiple reviews. We had another great evening of dining. Once again, their cocktails were great. We got great service from our server (Andrea) and given that it was a quiet night, we also had a great time chatting with her about Paso. Two things to consider: 1) Their paella is risotto based, so it really was really a seafood risotto (and delicious). They shouldn't call it paella! 2) Both times that we have visited the community table has been completely unused, yet all the other tables were taken. This would probably be fine in the summer time, but every time the door opened all the occupied tables got a whiff of chilled air, where the nicely out-of-the-way community table stays warm."
Dined on 12/30/2013
The charcuterie plate, in
particularly the chicken liver pate, was outstanding. The seafood paella was properly seasoned and the shellfish was cooked perfectly, though the rice is more the consistency of a risotto than a typlical paella (no sucree at all). The scallop dish was extremely over salted to thd point were none of the natural sweetness was apparent. To be fair this dinning experience was on Christmas eve so they may not have brought their best. The service was very friendly and attentive. My only nit pick about the service was that all of our dishes came out at the same time... I prefer getting tapas one or two at a time so they don't sit dying on the table as I get to them."
Dined on 12/24/2013
i really enjoy this spot. Pork
chops and scallops were great. Also the fish and potato dish is yummy too. Not kid friendly although the did make a burger and fries for my son that he enjoyed and a risotto dish for my daughter that neither she or I liked. Great cocktails and and great service."
Dined on 12/24/2013
Both over the top . The chef is
inspired . Decor - ambience is minimalist elegance yet very warm and friendly . Like beautiful wine bars in São Paulo . Service was attentive and very knowledgable about sources and technique . Wow ."
Dined on 12/20/2013
We have been visiting Paso Robles
for many years and have enjoyed some excellent meals at Il Cortile. When we found that chef Santos of Il Cortile had started a new restaurant, La Cosecha, we were excited to try it. Our server, Andrea, was excellent, knowledgeable of the food and drinks and trackeddetails she did not have at her fingertips. We started (just two of us) with several small plates (asparagus with poached egg and shaved truffles, beef and potato empanadas, port tenderloin and spare ribs). All were outstanding with some interesting spices and flavor profiles. At that point, we were too full for any entrees, so closed out the evening with a coconut flan. Quality of the food and preparations were across the board extremely good."
Dined on 11/2/2013
I had read some mixed reviews but
had to find out for myself. Went on a Saturday night. Started w/cocktails. Enjoyed a Finders Mule (a pineapple twist to my favorite "mule") for me & re:find vodka rocks for the hubs. I had ceviche of shrimp & scallops & an order of their braised aspargus w/both black & white truffle, manchego cheese sauce & poached egg. I would go back for that alone! The hubs had Pollo Rostisada...so YUM. Tender roasted chicken w/risotto. Really enjoyed our meal. The bar was hopping with people enjoying both food & drinks. Our server Braden, was very attentive & friendly. Small cozy sidewalk seating...great for people watching. Good location right of the square in the most adorable downtown area."
Dined on 10/26/2013
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