Located on the far edge of town, past all the antique stores and tasting rooms, it might be easy to overlook this casual flatbread spot, but that would be a huge mistake. In operation since 2003, Full of Life is a staple of the community and a great place to go when you’re with a lot of people and have zero energy to make a reservation somewhere. There’s a big back room that’s perfect for parties, plus a side patio full of lawn games that everybody can play while they wait for their food to arrive. The menu usually has a dozen different flatbreads, plus weekend specials, but our go-to is the Central Coast Sausage with fennel, smoke-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, and mozzarella. If you’re looking for some nourishment before getting in the car and heading back to reality, go to Full of Life.
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