Your ticket to a charming Central Coast experience.
About time for a memorable night out? You can’t go wrong on the Central Coast. Weather is lovely all summer long and you won’t want to miss the fresh fish and fresh vegetables — not to mention the local white wine offerings and Doc Burnstein’s ice cream parlor.
Arroyo Grande is home to an endless array of entertainment from live concerts at The Clark Center to the historic stretch of The Village, and a long list of delicious dining options.
As you’ve likely heard from happy guests and celebrated big-name publications, Ember is one of the hottest spots in Arroyo Grande.
In fact, Wine Enthusiast magazine named Ember one of the coveted top 100 wine restaurants in America.
Obsessed with Italy, Chef Brian Collins aims to bring simple, sharable fare to the Central Coast. With a variety of woodfired pizza topped with local ingredients to fresh salads, rib-eye steak, and handmade pasta…you’ll become a regular diner in no time. Plus, you’ll never be bored because every month the Ember menu changes to reflect what’s seasonally available.
At Ember Restaurant in Arroyo Grande, you can choose between cozy indoor dining (hello, romantic lighting) or the spacious garden patio with plenty of seating available. All in all, it’s a lovely environment to enjoy Central Coast food and wine.
Before or after your meal, be sure to walk along the historic Village of Arroyo Grande where you can shop, enjoy a spicy local cocktail, or simply enjoy the scenery (which includes a swinging bridge, bright flowers, and a rogue rooster or two).
From a picturesque stroll through the Village of Arroyo Grande to an intimate table at Ember, you’re sure savor a special Central Coast night out. Cheers to you and yours making yourselves right at home!