“Man versus Food” Comes to the Central Coast

San Luis Obispo, CA — A local restaurant put the Central Coast in the national spotlight last night. The Rib Line on Los Osos Valley Road in San Luis Obispo was featured in an episode of “Man Vs. Food Nation” on the Travel Channel. Adam Richman, the host, coached high school teacher Naader Reda, of Ventura, in attempting to defeat the “Brahma Bull Challenge.” The challenge means eating three pounds of tri-tip, sandwiched between a sliced sourdough loaf topped with barbecue sauce or salsa. Reda tried to beat the current record of 42 minutes. Reda beat the record by two minutes. He will now get free lunch every Friday at the Rib Line. The Rib Line also has a location in Grover Beach. If you missed the airing, visit travelchannel.com for their updated schedule.

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Enter to Win a SAVOR CENTRAL COAST Wine-Food-Fun Getaway Valued at $2,000.00!

Sunset Savor the Central Coast is now offering a Food Fun Getaway Contest – click on here to get all the details and enter to win today! Hurry, the sweepstakes ends September 9, 2011!

For more information on this fantastic event go here.

Apple Farm Inn – Hotel Deals San Luis Obispo CA – San Luis Obispo Vacation Packages – Apple Farm Inn

Apple Farm Inn – Hotel Deals San Luis Obispo CA – San Luis Obispo Vacation Packages – Apple Farm Inn.

The Apple Farm Inn in beautiful San Luis Obispo is running a number of specials.  The above link has all the details.

Hotel Deals San Luis Obispo CA - San Luis Obispo Vacation Packages - Apple Farm Inn

Los Angeles Times Sings the Praises of One of the Top 3 Destinations in California – the fabulous Central Coast Region

Photo galleries, travel packages, bargains, history, wine tasting, brew pubs, festivals, beaches, and oodles more at:

http://www.latimes.com/travel/destinations/californiacentralcoast/

and http://www.TourtheCentralCoast.com

For a free Visitors Guide to the Central Coast, please email

vgrequest@centralcoast-tourism.com

or get an online version right now at:

http://www.pageturnpro.com/Striker-Media-Group/16164-Californias-Central-Coast-VG/index.html#1

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What’s New on the Central Coast

Find the perfect balance between urban and rural on California’s Central Coast. Artist enclaves in Carmel and Big Sur, celebrity residents, world-class resorts, an emerging wine region and a castle are part of the attraction, yet the atmosphere is relaxed and casual as you make your way along scenic Highway One from Monterey to Santa Barbara. Wildlife refuges, state parks and beaches inspire rambling hikes along the way. See the Central Coast Tourism Council website  for more details about the area.

http://www.visitcalifornia.com/Explore/Central-Coast/