Sure, when you’re headed down I-5, or the Pacific Coast Highway to Los Angeles and back you see plenty of signs alerting you that fast food is available at the next exit, but there’s some legit places to stop for quality food near some of those exits as well. Here’s some of the finest ones:

Dad’s Luncheonette – Half Moon Bay

Antojitos Mexicanos – Westley, CA (Along I-5)

Alvarado Street Brewery – Monterey, CA

Madeline’s – Cambria, CA

#PicFrame #wine #rackoflamb #persianlimetart

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Wolfsen’s Meat & Sausage – Gustine, CA (Along I-5)

Fresh tri-tip sandwich from Wolfsen's

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Ember – Arroyo Grande, CA (Along PCH)

Eddie’s Famous Cafe – Los Banos, CA (Along I-5)

Yup that's all me lol

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Harris Ranch – Coalinga, CA (Along I-5)


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Apricot Wood California BBQ – Patterson, CA (Along I-5)

Pea Soup Andersen’s – Gustine, CA (Along- I-5)

Tita’s Papuseria – Buttonwillow, CA (Along I-5)

Wayback Burgers – Firebaugh, CA (Along I-5)

Double bacon cheeseburger πŸ”

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El Dollar Taqueria – Lost Hills, CA

For more & to map out your food destinations along I-5 or PCH head to Eater SF.




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