It’s Restaurant Month and here in San Luis Obispo County we have some great local spots that top the charts when it comes to delicious cuisine! We decided to dig a little deeper into one of our local participants to find out some fun facts that we think you just might enjoy! Thanks to Windows on the Water in Morro Bay for providing us with five unique tid bits about your restaurant! To find out more about Windows on the Water or to see their Restaurant Month Menu, click here.
Five Delicious Facts You Didn't Know About
Windows on the Water in Morro Bay
1.Window’s on the Water has served over 34,000 oysters in a year. Oysters are both locally farmed and flown in from across the country.
2.A tribute to their architect, Windows captures a 180° view of Morro Harbor and the Rock.
3.And, along with the above, Jim Maul, architect, was able to give the restaurant seating for over 150 persons, which is a good number for weddings and large events. This is pretty unique for a restaurant with that type of view!
4.Windows is only one of only three restaurants between Santa Barbara and Monterey serving the delicate abalone. California’s answer to lobster, the abalone is locally farmed in our neighboring community of Cayucos.
5.Windows’ 5000 bottle wine list features over 300 varieties and has made the Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence list for over 15 years.