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How To Spend Your Conejo Cash

Posted on July 12, 2021 by Claire Marcus

If you’re trying to decide the best way to spend your Conejo Cash in Conejo Valley, you’ve come to the right place. Customize your itinerary based on these three full-day ideas to kickstart your visit and have some unforgettable fun on us.

HIT THE TRAILS

Start the morning early with a scenic hike in Conejo Valley where outdoor recreation is abundant. Your adventure awaits on more than 140 miles of trails that lead to mountaintops with scenic views, waterfalls and the gorgeous California coastline.

If you would like to stay off your feet, Malibu Riders offers guided horseback rides for beginners and advanced riders through Malibu or Paramount Ranch. Take a ride on the Zuma Trail and experience breathtaking views from Los Angeles County’s beautiful Santa Monica Mountains.

Rancho Potrero Community Equestrian Center is located in one of the most scenic areas in Southern California. Adjacent to Rancho Sierra Vista National Park and the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, it offers access to miles of beautiful trail riding. Of course, use your Conejo Cash for horse trail rides— or lessons if you’re a first-timer.

After your day at  Rancho Potrero, use your leftover Conejo Cash to start a tab at Jinky’s Café which specializes in healthy dishes with global flavor accents. Jinky’s also offers various menu options including gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian dishes. Plus, there are more than 21 chilis available. We recommend the “Choice of 4 Chilis” to make your decision a bit easier. 

FOODIE FUN

Start a day of foodie fun with a warm cup of coffee. Swing by The Waffle Experience for a handcrafted roast of fair trade coffee sourced from sustainable farms. If that Conejo Cash is jingling in your pocket, you’d be wise to add a decadent waffle such as the Mr. Carter peanut and jelly liege waffle, the Chicken Littles mini waffle plus free-range chicken tenders or the Lil’ Beef herb waffle topped with a grass-fed natural beef patty and white cheddar.

Spend the afternoon at one of Conejo Valleys’ many breweries and tasting rooms. Start with a warm and inviting atmosphere. Oak and Iron offers craft cocktails that utilize fresh and local ingredients along with the finest quality spirits to create a unique cocktail experience for their guests that continuously evolves.

Pair that adventure with Tavern Tomoko & Ladyface Brewery at the base of the beautiful Ladyface Mountain in the city of Agoura Hills. A staple of the Agoura Hills community for over 10 years, Ladyface Brewery is renowned for its selection of prized ales brewed on site. Ladyface has the distinction of being the first of the Conejo Valley’s microbreweries as well as one of LA County’s original revival craft breweries. Whether you’re in the mood for an IPA, Pale Ale, Strong Ale, Stout, or Belgian Sour, you’re sure to find a brew for you.

If you want to save your Conejo Cash for a big finish, close your day in tastebud heaven with Persuin cuisine at Sadaf Restaurant. Start with The Eggplant Delight, which is a sautéd eggplant mixed with yogurt and topped with fried garlic, onions, sautéd mint and creamed whey. Then you can’t go wrong with the main course. The Juicy Chicken is famous for living up to its name and the kabobs are the stuff mini-legends are made of — especially when Conejo Cash makes the bill deliciously lower.

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

Fuel up for the morning with a visit to Grabbagreen and a fresh-pressed juice on us. To prepare you for this day’s adventures, we suggest you grab a Power juice with apple, kale, baby spinach and lemon — or the Energy juice with apple, pineapple, coconut and mint.

Next, it’s time to choose your own adventure. Will you shop ‘til you drop or swing big and choose a day of golf?

Put that Conejo Cash towards some new threads or some desirable local goods at one of many welcoming shopping centers.

For a date night or a day of family fun, The Promenade offers an incredible array of shopping and restaurants in a beautiful outdoor setting. For a unique entertainment experience, enjoy a film at the Cinépolis, a luxury cinema experience complete with leather recliners and in-seat dining and beverages.

Whizin Market Square offers incredible shopping from antiques, handmade jewelry, crystals, books and more, along with an array of gourmet eateries such as Blue Table and Tifa Chocolate & Gelato.

For another idea, visit The Lakes. Enjoy shopping, dining and year-round entertainment. This beautiful shopping center with its beautifully manicured lake, garden, and sculptures is located just steps from the Bank Of America Performing Arts Center.

There are many reasons to choose The Oaks in Thousand Oaks. A new Nordstrom — in fact, the only one in Ventura County. More stores you want, like Apple, Michael Kors, J. Crew, Pottery Barn, Forever 21 and Anthropologie. To top it off, a glam movie theater that takes the idea of escape to a whole new level.

Finally, you may choose Janss Marketplace, which is conveniently located on the corner of Moorpark Road and Hillcrest Drive in the City of Thousand Oaks. Janss Marketplace is a one-stop experience for shopping, dining and more including Dave & Busters and Defy Trampoline Park. With a variety of specialty shops and services, there’s no need to go anywhere else!

If a golf adventure is more your style, Lake Lindero Country Club is a 9-hole public golf course located in Agoura Hills. Measuring over 1,600 yards, you will be tasked with navigating our several ponds and the ravine that meanders through much of the golf course. From tee to green, this Ted Robinson-designed course will challenge every aspect of your game.

Tierra Rejada Golf Club is nestled in the foothills of eastern Ventura County. Nationally renowned architect Robert E. Cupp created this par 72 golf-lovers paradise and scenic beauty. Tierra Rejada may be played from four sets of tees, each catering to a golfer’s own ability. Or you may choose to simply sharpen your skills on its grass practice range surrounded by sand bunkers, chipping green and putting green. Either way you decide to play, it’s more fun to hit the green with fewer greens from your wallet.

If you’d like to learn more about the Conejo Cash and how it can make your trip to Conejo Valley extra rewarding, visit the Conejo Cash website for more information.

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