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Taste Your Way through Conejo Valley

If you’re a foodie looking for a culinary experience, your retreat to Conejo Valley will be delicious! From breweries to family restaurants and fine dining, Conejo Valley has something for everyone. Here are a few of our favorite places to eat and drink in Conejo Valley.

Breakfast Delights  

Wake up your senses with a warm cup of coffee so you will be ready to take in the serene landscape of Conejo Valley. Swing by Ragamuffin Coffee Roasters for a handcrafted roast made from the highest quality coffee. Pair your warm mug with Natas Pastries and be sure to try the famous crisp puff pastry filled with custard. These Portugese creations are worth a few decadent bites!

Grab a Mouthful

For lunch, we suggest heading to Mouthful Eatery, which offers creative versions of classic sandwiches, salads, plates and deserts. Wash the mouth-watering menu items down with fresh-squeezed lemonades. Another local favorite is Hugos in Agoura Hills. Taste wonderful foods from their kitchen that are sure to dazzle your palate.

Go Wine Tasting  

Spend the afternoon getting a taste of Conejo Valley with many local wineries. A micro-boutique winery that sources premium fruit, Alma Sol, is family-owned and operated. Next up is the Sunland Vintage Winery tasting room where you can actively participate in the experience and become part of the old Italy tradition. For a taste of France, try the beautiful Giessinger Winery which features Malbec, Petite Sirah, Grenache and Carignan wines.  For a unique wine-tasting experience head to Malibu Wine Safaris for a chance to see exotic animals like Stanley the Giraffe and even hike through the rolling vineyards.

Sip Craft Brews

End your day with the warm and inviting atmosphere at Ladyface Ale Companie. While the craft brew scene in Conejo Valley was started here, Ladyface has expanded with a focus on their culinary options. California versions of European country-style dishes along with seasonal produce make this menu a foodie’s paradise. Agoura Hills has the merry Twisted Oak Tavern for beer, food and music as well as the historic Treehouse Tavern & Grill. For a little fun and games, head to the Tipsy Goat for a laid-back atmosphere and shuffleboard or ping pong.

You may be surprised at all the amazing restaurants and watering holes you’ll find in Conejo Valley. You can also check out a few more options. Start planning your visit today to taste another side of Southern California!

Keep Cool in Conejo Valley this Summer

Vacation season is here, which means it’s summertime in Conejo Valley! If you find yourself visiting when the mercury begins to rise, you’ll be pleased to find plenty of ways to keep cool while discovering another side of Southern California.

Here’s a roundup of the best ways to keep cool in Conejo Valley this summer!

 

  • If you love to shop, Thousand Oaks has you covered with the Oaks Shopping Center, which is completely indoors and offers every store and boutique imaginable. You can also pay a visit to The Lakes, an outdoor shopping plaza with plenty of air-conditioned restaurants and shops to provide a break from the heat.

 

 

  • If a museum isn’t your scene, you can get some indoor activity and exercise in at Boulderdash Rock Climbing, which offers climbing for all abilities and ages. Or head to Sports Academy where you can play all types of sports including basketball, soccer, volleyball and much more.

 

  • Of course, not everyone wants to spend their whole vacation inside. Cool off in the water at the breathtaking Zuma Beach in Malibu! Long stretches of sand and crashing waves will greet you at one of the area’s most popular beaches.

  • Come evening, the temperatures may begin to cool down, but there’s still plenty of fun waiting for you inside one of Conejo Valley’s concert venues. Catch a rock concert at The Canyon, a trendy yet comfortable venue in Agoura Hills, or visit the grand Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza for a pleasant evening of performing arts.

 

 

  • Finally, the best way to stay cool during your visit is to relax poolside at your hotel. From luxurious pools to cabanas, our hotels offer something for every style and budget.

See you this summer in Conejo Valley!