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SLO Brew has opened a restaurant and tasting room at The Rock, its new brewery near the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, while work continues on the concert and event space across the courtyard.
The Rock, at 855 Aerovista Place off Broad Street, features casual indoor and outdoor seating with roll-up doors, a long bar for sampling SLO Brew’s beers and a small retail area, all framed by the giant rock that prompted the location’s name.
Owners Rodney Cegelski and Hamish Marshall are still putting in finishing touches at the restaurant, including painting the interior and installing firepits and other landscaping outside. But the taps are flowing and the eatery is serving lunch daily, snacks throughout the day and dinner Wednesday through Sunday.
Within a few weeks, the courtyard will be transformed into a beer garden with Oktoberfest-style tables imported from Germany, shade sails and string lights with an Oyler smoker cooking up brisket, pulled pork, chicken and sausage in the corner. The outdoor area will also feature family-friendly games including giant Jenga, cornhole and bocce.
While SLO Brew plans to offer some live acoustic music by the rock outside the counter-service eatery, there’s no firm date for the opening of the adjacent building, which will eventually accommodate up to 600 people for concerts and events.
“We’re working through it and getting it done,” Cegelski said. SLO Brew officials declined to share their investment in the project or any sales and revenue figures.
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