As things start opening up again we have been trying to help promote local haunts in the city and surrounding county. This is a blog I posted last year and I wanted to repost it to help get the word out about this great gem of an attraction in Oakhurst, California.
Ronan and I have been working our way through all the wineries on the Madera Wine Trail. In much need of some down time and rest we headed up to Oakhurst for wine tasting and food at Idle Hour. We had such a good time. Only the outdoor patio is open for customer access and it’s really cute and has ample space for social distancing.
All of the wines we tasted were really yummy and robust and I have to tell you, we probably had the best turkey and pesto flatbread I have ever tasted. We walked away with a couple bottles of wine and so did our friend James. Apparently, they have a brunch on Sundays that is on our radar now and I can’t wait check it out. They also have a little inn and hotel on the same property so anyone can make a whole weekend out of it if they are so inclined.
Side note: One of the reasons I took this photo (thanks and shout out to Ronan) is because I really like the signage and logo. I actually thought the tilt on the sign was intentional and stylish and I thought it worked. Lol. Apparently it wasn’t on purpose so I wanted to call that out. 🙂