Bars and Night Clubs In Atascadero, CA

1 Bar and Night Club found
Club Soda
8451 El Camino Real, Atascadero CA 93422,
(805) 466-1223
Atmosphere: Lounge

Map of Atascadero Bars


A = Club Soda

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Templeton Tavern 105 S Main St, Templeton, CA
    Lounge - 6 Miles
  • Villa Creek Cafe 1144 Pine St, Paso Robles, CA
    Lounge - 10 Miles
  • Pine Street Saloon 1236 Pine St, Paso Robles, CA
    Bar - 10 Miles
  • O'Gradys 1421 Spring St, Paso Robles, CA
    Lounge - 10 Miles
  • Slo Brew Co 1119 Garden St, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Restaurant/Bar - 13 Miles
  • Mother's Tavern 725 Higuera St, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Bar - 13 Miles
  • Gaslight Lounge 2143 Broad St, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Happy Hour,Bar,Billiards/Gaming,College Bar,Brew Pub/Tavern,Lounge,Neighborhood,Outdoors/Patio - 14 Miles
  • Tortilla Flats 1051 Nipomo St, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Club - 13 Miles
  • Silver Bar Cocktail Lounge 100 Madonna Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Bar - 14 Miles
  • Spirit Of San Luis Restaurant 925 Airport Dr, San Luis Obispo, CA
    Lounge - 16 Miles
  • Old Cayucos Tavern & Card Room 130 N Ocean Ave, Cayucos, CA
    Bar,Lounge - 14 Miles
  • Buoy 2940 Main St, Morro Bay, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.

Random Fun Fact

Atascadero is a city in San Luis Obispo County, California, about equidistant from San Francisco and Los Angeles on U-S Highway 101. Atascadero is farther inland than most other San Luis Obispo County cities, and as a result, usually experiences warmer, drier summers and cooler winters than neighboring cities such as San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach. Nearby CA Highways 41 and 46 provide easy access to the Pacific Coast and the Central Valley of California. The population was 28,310 at the 2010 census. Founded in 1913 by Edward Gardner Lewis and incorporated in 1979, the Atascadero Colony as it was known at the time was originally envisioned as a model community. Little evidence of Atascadero's original architecture and urban design remain, as historic buildings and homes have been torn down to make way for more modern developments and the Sunken Gardens bisected by U.S. Route 101. One of the few surviving examples of original urban design can be found, however, in the Rotunda Building located near the Junior High School on Palma Avenue in the Sunken Gardens public park. Designed by Walter D. Bliss of San Francisco, construction was completed in 1918 at a cost of $180,000. It was the headquarters for the Atascadero Colony, built of reinforced concrete and locally produced brick, it had also served as a private school for boys, a veteran's memorial building, and county offices. Location: 6500 Palma Ave, Atascadero. This building was purchased by San Luis Obispo County in the 1950s as a Memorial Building. Atascadero experiences a hot semi-arid climate (Kppen climate classification BSh).

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