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Plan Your Next Vacation to Conejo Valley

Ever feel like you just need to getaway to catch your breath? We have the perfect solution for you! Today is National Plan for Vacation Day making it the perfect day to start planning your next trip to Conejo Valley. Located in Southern California and north of Los Angeles, Conejo Valley offers a relaxing retreat away from city life. We’ve gone ahead and put together some itineraries to inspire you as you plan your next vacation to catch your breath and find your balance!

Go Back in Time

Calling all cultural and history buffs! Conejo Valley is full of cultural experiences where you can travel through time and even immerse yourself in ancient art. From Presidential libraries to old western movie set locations, Conejo Valley showcases its rich history and culture at every turn. Find out more with this two-day itinerary.

Travel for your Taste Buds

If you are a foodie – or an aspiring foodie – looking for a culinary experience, then your retreat to Conejo Valley will be nothing short of delicious. Offering hundreds of options for your culinary delight, check out a few recommended spots for your next tasty trip.

It’s Time for a Ladies Trip

Vacations are always better with your close gal pals! Grab the ladies and head to Conejo Valley to relax and unwind. Whether you are planning a bachelorette party or a relaxing girlfriend getaway, Conejo Valley is the ideal destination for your ladies trip.

Take a Breath in the Great Outdoors

Filled with plenty of options to explore the great outdoors, Conejo Valley is the ideal destination for those with an adventurous spirit to take a breath and explore. Conejo Valley has more than 140 miles of hiking trails, golf courses, bike paths and more! Find out how you can catch your breath in Conejo Valley here.

Conejo Valley has something to offer every type of traveler for their next vacation. Find your balance by booking your next vacation here.

Conejo Valley: A Look at What’s New in 2018

From restaurants and breweries to trampoline parks and painting, Conejo Valley is buzzing with new hot spots as the year begins. Take a look at what’s new and start planning your 2018 trip today!

Food & Drink

  • Be one of the first to check out Five07 Coffee Bar & Eatery in Thousand Oaks, which opens this January! The eatery will include tea and espresso drinks of all kinds from the coffee bar, bright and flavorful smoothies, Acai and power bowls and more filling items including crepes, sandwiches and dressed-up toast.
  • Agoura Hills is welcoming some tasty new restaurants this year, too. Naked Ramen has officially opened a brick-and-mortar location after operating as a pop-up only in recent years. This is the place to go for an authentic, delicious bowl of ramen. Charm Thai Cuisine also recently opened, which features Thai favorites in a modern yet warm atmosphere.
  • Inspired by the owner’s patriotic lineage, the recently opened 14 Cannons Brewery in Westlake Village is a must-see for beer aficionados. The brewery is reinventing the craft brew experience and features beautiful craftsmanship, from a copper top bar to hand-crafted wood décor. Its flagship beer, Tyrannicide IPA, is sure to go down smooth. And for any “Bachelor” fans out there, the owner and builder of this brewery also built The Bachelor Mansion!
  • Also new to Westlake Village, the farm-to-table restaurant Moody Rooster recently opened and offers guests a culinary experience inspired by local, seasonal ingredients in a fun, rustic atmosphere. Head chef and owner Collin Crannel’s resume includes upscale eateries around Los Angeles, including a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Arts & Entertainment

  • If you’re looking for something totally different to do during your visit to Conejo Valley (or if you have older kids who need to burn off some energy), check out DoJoBoom Extreme Air Sports at Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks. This recently-opened location is the place to go for a major adrenaline rush – with a range of athletic endeavors including obstacle courses, trapezes, giant trampolines, a rock climbing wall and much more.
  • While most visitors may not think to check out the local library, bibliophiles may be interested in the new Author! Author! program at the Thousand Oaks branch library. The program just launched, and will feature two authors each month to discuss and sign copies of their latest books. You can learn more at the library’s website.
  • Looking for a little fun after some shopping, dining or hiking? Painting with a Twist is a newcomer to Thousand Oaks, and offers paint-and-sip style events led by a team of talented local artists.

There’s surely more new sights and places to discover this year, so book a trip soon and be one of the first to explore Conejo Valley in 2018!

Conejo Valley Restaurant Week

Attention all foodies! Bring your appetite and get ready to explore gourmet food during Conejo Valley Restaurant Week. From January 21– January 28, 2018, a handful of Conejo Valley restaurants are offering visitors a fixed priced menu or a discount on meals. Check out the list below of participating restaurants and come celebrate food in Conejo Valley. Bon Appétit!

Petra Mediterranean Cuisine – $40 Prix Fixe Menu

Enjoy a slice of exotic flair at Petra Mediterranean Cuisine. The family owned restaurant is offering visitors delectable appetizers to unique main dishes and much more. Their $40 Mediterranean feast includes three cold appetizers, three hot appetizers, one salad, chicken, kefta, beef or veggie kebab with rice, soft drinks, tea, coffee and Baklava for dessert. You won’t leave hungry here!

Fresh Brothers – 10% Off Orders

Keep it fresh at Fresh Brothers. From pizza to wings to salads and more, Fresh Brothers is offering visitors 10% off any menu item during Restaurant Week. Guests can enjoy the discount in store and online by using the FRESHFAN discount code. We recommend getting their deep-dish pizza, it’s delicious!

Himalaya – $25 Dinner Prix Fixe Menu and $15 Lunch Prix Fixe Menu

Make your way to Himalaya for some of the best Indian food around! The restaurant is offering two delicious prix fixe menus during Restaurant Week.

Lunch: For $15, enjoy their soup of the day, one appetizer, Chicken Tikka Masala or Sabzie Sangam Curry for your main entrée, along with Basmati Rice or Naan, Lentil and Mango Chutney.

Dinner: For $25, you’ll get one appetizer, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Shahi Korma, Sherpa Goat Curry or Matar Kauli for your main entrée, along with Rice, Naan, Lintel, Mixed Vegetables, Mango Chutney and one dessert.

Hatch Cafe & Market20% Off Orders

Hatch Café & Market is offering 20% off orders during Restaurant Week. The neighborhood eatery offers delicious items including breakfast, sandwiches, salads, snacks and much more. Local tip – get their avocado toast, it’s amazing!

Conejo Valley Restaurant Week is part of California Restaurant Month. See why California is the No. 1 destination for food-loving travelers in America and book your trip to Conejo Valley today. While you’re here, make sure to also check out the dozens of other delicious eateries, brewpubs, and wineries around the region. Time to eat!