Paradise Grill is now open in the iconic location occupied by Wilson’s Restaurant for decades. Based on a long-term friendship between Hector Jimenez and Ampelio Rangel, and help from their families, Paradise Grill is truly a dream come true. The men, now business partners, met at church where they are both very involved. After getting to know each other and their families, Hector spoke to Ampelio about his dream to open a family, steakhouse-style restaurant that would become their customers “favorite place to eat.”
With plenty of faith, hard work and Hector’s many years of experience as a chef, the two men created Paradise Grill that is carrying on Wilson’s legacy as a popular restaurant for families, large groups and everyone who enjoys good food and attentive service. For those of us who remember Wilson’s tradition, the new owners have preserved the same décor and excellent service with comfortable booth, table and counter seating.
Hector’s daughter Esmeralda says, “Nothing satisfies my father more than seeing people enjoy his food that is prepared just the way they like it. At Paradise Grill, there is no such thing as a tricky order or picky eater.” Meals are prepared with attention to dietary needs and personal preferences. The menu was created by the Jimenez family; making it unique by adding its own original flavors to many popular American dishes. Since the recent opening, comments from customers on the good food and attentive service have been very complimentary.
Refer to the ad in this issue for breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. Enjoy Happy Hour on Monday through Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. Paradise Grill is open every day; located at 635 28th Street in Paso Robles. For menu, visit steakseafoodparadise.wixsite.com/paradisegrill.