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07-02-2011, 05:17 PM

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California Men's Colony (CMC) Prison

Highway 1
San Luis Obispo, CA 93409

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Mission Statement, Statistics, Programs and History
Visiting information (http://www.prisonfamilyonline.com/showthread.php?4967-In-progress-California-Men-s-Colony-%28CMC%29-Prison-Informaion-Guide&p=24455#post24455)

Friends on the Outside (http://www.prisonfamilyonline.com/showthread.php?4967-In-progress-California-Men-s-Colony-%28CMC%29-Prison-Informaion-Guide&p=24456#post24456)
Mail/Packages (http://www.prisonfamilyonline.com/showthread.php?4967-In-progress-California-Men-s-Colony-%28CMC%29-Prison-Informaion-Guide&p=24457#post24457)
(quarterly & special purchase)

Local Motels/Restaurants (http://www.prisonfamilyonline.com/showthread.php?4967-In-progress-California-Men-s-Colony-%28CMC%29-Prison-Informaion-Guide&p=24458#post24458)

Reference Materials

Title 15 (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Regulations/Adult_Operations/docs/2011%20Title%2015%20English.pdf)

Department Operations Manual (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Regulations/Adult_Operations/DOM_TOC.html)

Changes to Operations Manual (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Regulations/Adult_Operations/NCDOM.html)

How to file a CDCr Administrative Appeal (http://www.prisonlaw.com/pdfs/AdminAppeal10-10-08.pdf)

Inmate Visiting Guidelines (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Visitors/docs/InmateVisitingGuidelines.pdf)

Visitor Processing Appointment Scheduling System (VPASS) (http://visitorreservations.cdcr.ca.gov/)

Inmate Locator (http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov/)

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07-02-2011, 05:36 PM
Terri Gonzalez,
Warden (A)

Physical Address
All Staff

Inmate Mail

Highway 1
San Luis Obispo, CA 93409
(805) 547-7900
P.O. Box 8101
San Luis Obispo, CA

P.O. Box 8103
San Luis Obispo, CA

Useful CMC Phone Numbers:
CMC Main Number = (805) 547-7900
Warden’s Office (Secretary) = (805) 547-7906
Non-Contact Visiting Appointments = (805) 547-7825
Mail room= (805) 547-7899
East Inmate Records = (805) 547-7898
Receiving & Release (R&R) Main Number = (805) 547-7853
Receiving & Release (Package Room) = (805) 547-7694
Visitor Processing/Gatehouse = (805) 547-4744
Visiting Lt. = (805) 547-7872
Lt. Dean Spears (CMC Public Info Officer) = (805) 547-7948
Acting Correctional Captain = (805) 547-7903
Healthcare Manager = (805) 547-7910
Health Services Administrator II = (805) 547-7913
Investigative Services Unit = (805) 547-7915
Lt. of Investigative Services Unit = (805) 547-7914

California Men's Colony - Mission Statement
The primary mission of the California Men's Colony is to provide secure housing for minimum and medium security inmates.
Institution Details
CMC has two physically separate facilities, designed as East and West facilities. An emphasis is placed on providing all inmates with programs for self-improvement. These programs include academic and vocational education, work skills in prison industries and inmate self-help group activities.
The Level III East Facility, which houses medium security inmates, is divided into four quadrangles. Each quadrangle has its own dining room, classrooms, athletic fields, and two three-story housing units. The East Facility has a fully licensed hospital and provides a full range of medical services for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The facility also provides a Mental Health Delivery System in the form of an Enhanced Outpatient Program and Outpatient treatment for inmates assigned to the Correctional Clinical Case Management System, as well as a Mental Health Crisis Bed Unit.
The Level I and II West Facility houses minimum security inmates in dormitory settings. In addition to the three general population housing units, the West Facility contains a Level I camp program for fire suppression, conservation and other community service work. The West Facility works extensively within San Luis Obispo County, in conjunction with other governmental entities, through Community Service Crews which perform many valuable services to the various communities within the county.

Institution Statistics
California Men's Colony's West Facility was opened in 1954, and it's East Facility was opened in 1961. CMC covers 356 acres. As of Fiscal Year 2009/2010, the following statistics apply:

Number of custody staff:

Number of support services staff:

Total number of staff:


Annual Budget


$151 million
$86 million

Designed Bedspace & Count

Facility Level

Design Capacity


I / II (West)

III / IV (East)


Inmate Programs:

PIA: Textile products including a glove factory, jacket line, T-shirt line, and silk screening; Knitting Mill, Laundry, Shoe Factory, Specialty Printing Plant, NOMEX firefighting clothing, Maintenance and Warehouse.

Vocational: Auto body repair, auto mechanics, electronics, machine shop, welding, office technology, building maintenance.
Academic: Adult Basic Education, GED, Literacy Program.

Other: Substance Abuse Program (SAP), Community Service Crews, Youth Diversion, Religious, Arts in Corrections, Victim Awareness, Drug and Alcohol Treatment/Diversion, Alternatives to Violence, Anger Management, Hospice, Criminal and Gangs Anonymous, Literacy Council, Prisoner’s Against Child Abuse (PACA), Personal Growth Seminar.

Family Reunification Liaison
CDCR provides through a contract with a community-based organization an on-site Case Manager as a family reunification liaison for inmates and family members, to assist with an inmate’s pre-release preparation; and conduct Parenting and Creative Conflict Resolution classes for inmates.

Special Institution Notes
The CMC is the second institution in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to offer a hospice program to the inmate population. The program has trained over 100 inmate volunteers since its inception at CMC in 2001. There are currently 61 volunteer inmates who have completed the training program and are available to visit terminally ill inmates that are housed in the institution hospital. These volunteers are also available to the general population inmates during a monthly memorial service to assist them in their grief of family members who have passed while incarcerated. The training was developed and presented by local hospice staff, to closely match training offered to volunteers within the community. According to volunteer inmates and inmate recipients of hospice care, the program is of great value on both sides of this very critical issue.

07-02-2011, 06:12 PM
Visiting Days and Times

Saturdays, Sundays
8:30am - 3:30pm
Holidays as designated by Title 15:
New Year's Day, Independence Day,
Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

For the complete Visiting Guidelines Visit HERE (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Visitors/docs/InmateVisitingGuidelines.pdf)

You must be approved before you can visit:

Any adult wishing to visit a prisoner must first obtain approval from CDCR. You must apply for approval to visit by completing a Visitor Questionnaire (CDCR Form 106). You obtain the Visitor Questionnaire by having the prisoner you wish to visit send it to you. The prisoner must sign the questionnaire before sending it to the prospective visitor; the signature confirms the prisoner’s agreement to have the applicant added to his/her visiting list. It is important to fill out the questionnaire completely. The questionnaire calls for the applicant to list all criminal convictions and all arrests, even if the arrest never led to charges or conviction. CDCR will conduct a background check for arrests and convictions when processing the application and will deny approval to visit if the
check indicates an arrest or conviction not listed on the questionnaire, so you should be thorough when completing the questionnaire. It is important to note that any contact with law enforcement may result in a record of the contact in the California Law Enforcement Telecommunication System, and may require clarification by the applicant. If you are unable to remember all the specifics about an arrest or conviction, be as specific as you can in providing the approximate date and the cause of the arrest.

Mail the completed questionnaire to
Attn: Visiting Sergeant and/or Lieutenant
P.O. Box 8101
San Luis Obispo, CA 93409-8101

Identification Required for Visiting
All adults must present identification when being processed to visit. Acceptable forms of identification must be valid and current (not expired) and include:
Also remember what you use on the CDCr 106 is the Identification you must bring with you to process for visiting
• A driver’s license (from any state) with photo;
• A Department of Motor Vehicle identification card (from any state) with photo;
• An armed forces identification card with photo;
• A United States Department of Justice Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) identification card;
• A United States passport with photo or a foreign passport with photo; or
• A photo identification issued by the Mexican Consulate.
(children under 18 years old) are required to be accompanied by an adult who is an approved visitor. If the minor child(ren) is accompanied by his/her parent, the only paperwork necessary is a certified copy of the minor child(ren)’s birth certificate. If the minor is accompanied by his/her legal guardian, a certified copy of the minor child(ren)’s birth certificate and proof of legal guardianship is required. If the minor child(ren) is accompanied by someone other than his/her parent or legal guardian, in addition to the certified copy of the minor child(ren)’s birth certificate, the adult must also bring a notarized written consent authorization form (see Attachment 2 (http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Visitors/docs/InmateVisitingGuidelines.pdf)) signed by the minor child(ren)’s parent or legal guardian expressly giving permission for the minor child(ren) to visit a prisoner. The written consent authorization form must include the name of the prisoner the minor child(ren) is allowed to visit, the name of the person who is authorized to bring the minor child(ren) into the prison, and the date(s) of the proposed visit(s). The notarization must be on the original written consent authorization form and cannot be attached to it. The written consent authorization form to bring in a minor child(ren) must be updated each year.
Attire Restrictions
There are restrictions on what you may wear to a prison. In general, there are four rules to remember:
1. Do not wear clothing that resembles the clothing that prisoners wear
a. Blue denim pants;
b. Blue chambray shirts;
c. Orange jumpsuits or Orange tops with Orange bottoms;
d. Red tops (Pleasant Valley State Prison only); or
e. Dresses that resemble prisoner muumuu (female institutions only)
2. Do not wear clothing that resembles what custodial staff wear
a. Forest green pants;
b. Tan shirts; or
c. Camouflage
3. Dress conservatively and modestly; and
4. Do not wear any item that cannot be taken off and will not clear a metal detector
(such as an underwire bra or clothing with metal buttons).
There are specific restrictions:
• No blue denim, blue chambray, orange jumpsuits or orange tops with orange bottoms;
• No forest green bottoms with tan tops;
• No camouflage unless identification shows active or reserve military personnel;
• No strapless, halter, bare midriff, sheer, or transparent clothing;
• No skirts, dresses, or shorts that expose more than two inches above the knee;
• No clothing that exposes the breast, genitalia, or buttocks area;
• No very tight, form-fitting attire;
• No wigs, hairpieces, extensions, or other headpieces except for medical reasons and with prior approval;
• No hats or gloves, except with prior approval or in inclement weather; and
• No shower shoes.
CMC specific Clothing regulations (some of these are the same as listed above, please pay attention to any differences)
Clothing that resembles state-issued inmate clothing (blue denim or blue chambray shirts and blue denim pants).
Clothing that resembles law enforcement or military-type clothing, including rain gear and camouflage.
Clothing that exposes the breast/chest area, genitals or buttocks.
Clothing that exposes more than two inches above the knee, including slits when standing.
Clothing or accessories displaying obscene or offensive language, drawings or objects.
No strapless garments, halter, midriff, tank tops (male or female), transparent (see-through), wrap around tops, skirts, or dresses.
No under wire garments.
No leg warmers, lycra or spandex clothing.
No excessively loose or tight fitting clothing
No warm-up suits, sweat suits or jogging suits or other similar items of clothing.
No hats, wigs, hairpieces, non-readily removable hair extensions or hair weaves worn solely for cosmetic purposes. These require prior written approval based upon verification of need per DOM 54020.20.
No scarves or excessive clothing.
No things, shower shoes or slippers.
No broaches or stick pins.

Items a Visitor May Bring

Visitors are strictly limited in the items they may bring into the prison. Items allowed without prior approval are limited to the following:
• A $50 limit per adult and $20 limit per minor; only as dollar bills, dollar coins and quarters (change machines are usually available but they may be out of order or out of change);
• A small (generally 6” by 8”) clear, plastic purse or bag;
• Two keys on a ring with no other attachments. One key may be an electronic car keys;
• Identification (as previously specified);
• A comb or brush; non-metallic, no pointed end or detachable parts;
• A small unopened pack of tissues or a handkerchief; no bandannas;
• A pair of prescription glasses;
• Ten Photographs, no larger than 8” by 10”; photos may be shown to the prisoner, but must be taken out by the visitor at the end of the visit; photos cannot be Polaroid and may not include any sexual or gang images; photos will be viewed by staff during processing;
• Documents up to 10 pages, no larger than 8-1/2” by 11” (standard size typing paper); usually such documents will be either papers for the prisoner’s signature (for example, tax forms), information to share with the prisoner (for example, pages showing classes available through a correspondence course), or family papers (for example, a child’s report card, certificate of achievement, or drawing), but they can be anything that can be sent to the prisoner through the mail. Documents will be viewed and read by staff during processing and must be taken out by the visitor at the end of the visit;
If you have an infant or toddler
• The following baby items are allowed when bringing in an infant or toddler: any combination of two factory-sealed single serving size, ready to feed
bottles of baby formula or two transparent plastic baby bottles either empty or containing pre-mixed formula/milk/juice/water; three non-glass containers of baby food in sealed packaging; one plastic spoon; six disposable diapers; one sealed package of baby wipes; one change of clothing; one small blanket; two searchable small toys; one transparent pacifier; one burp cloth; baby carrier; and clear plastic diaper bag (12” by 20”);
• Inclement weather gear that may include hoods, raincoats, hats, scarves, and gloves during the winter or sun hats during the summer. [Note: Prisons still vary on inclement weather gear; it is recommended you check prior to your visit.]
I. Medical Items Allowed
If you have a need to bring in items relating to a medical condition, you must have documentation from your doctor as to its need. The documentation must include the doctor’s name, address, telephone number, and medical license number and must be updated every two years. With such verification as to its medical necessity, the following are allowed:
• Prescription medications that are life-sustaining or condition-stabilizing, such as inhalers or nitroglycerin; medications must be in the original pharmacy container with the patient’s name, the pharmacy name, and the doctor’s name, as well as the medication’s name. Quantities of medication are limited to what may be needed during the visit.
• Mobility devices such as canes, crutches, and wheelchairs; some prisons do not allow personal canes, crutches, or wheelchairs to be taken into visiting but require the visitor to exchange his/her personal device for a prison-issue device and then exchange back after the visit.
• Hats with documentation that they are medically necessary.
• Seat cushions or backs with documentation that they are medically necessary.
• If you have an implant or prosthetic device that includes metal and will set off the metal detector, you must have documentation from a doctor specifying the nature and location of the implant or device. With such documentation, staff will use a wand to sweep your body instead of the metal detector to ensure security.

General Directions:

From the North or South:

Hwy 101 to San Luis Obispo; exit Hwy 1
North on Hwy 1 (for approx. 3 miles)
West Facility visitors: turn left on Santa Cruz (first left), and follow signs to Visiting
East Facility visitors: stay on Colony Drive and park in parking lot on left side

Visit this link (http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=CA-1,+San+Luis+Obispo,+San+Luis+Obispo,+California,+U nited+States&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=47.167389,94.394531&ie=UTF8&cd=3&ll=35.324912,-120.693827&spn=0.00597,0.011523&t=h&z=16&om=0) to customize your driving directions.

07-06-2011, 02:50 PM
Friends on the Outside (http://friendsoutside.org/default.htm)

For over 50 years,
Friends Outside has been providing services to
incarcerated and reentering people, their families and communities.

A Brief History of Friends Outside

Established in 1955 by Rosemary Goodenough, a Quaker and tireless advocate for social justice, incarcerated people and their children and families, Friends Outside has over 55 years of experience working inside institutions and with families and children of incarcerated individuals. Our fundamental principles today are still firmly rooted in the Quaker philosophy from which they were born dating back to the eighteenth century.

It was the height of the civil rights movement during an era when ideas and norms were being challenged; there was a growing awareness that huge groups of society were excluded and needed to be brought into the community. A small but passionate group drove a social justice cause that, over the next 50 years, produced programs and services that have made a significant impact on incarcerated people, their families and children.

Friends Outside Visitor Center
California Men's Colony
1701 Fredericks Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
(805) 543-3888

They are located on the prison grounds, here you can seek shelter if you are waiting for someone to come out from visiting.
Get a change of clothing if what you are wearing is not allowable.

If you want to donate clothing or games and books for the visiting rooms
here is where you can drop them off for them to be submitted to the prison

07-06-2011, 03:44 PM
Inmate Mailing Adress

Inmate Name, CDC #
Housing assignment, bunk #
P.O. Box 8103
San Luis Obispo, CA

How to Send Money
There are four ways to send money: personal check, cashier's check, money order, and electronic funds transfer (EFT). Cash, traveler checks, and foreign currency are not accepted. See below for further explanation.

Checks & Money Orders
All checks and money orders should be sent by mail to the institution where the inmate is currently located; refer to the specific institution's webpage for the mailing address. The inmate's name and CDCR number, along with the sender's name and address is required on all checks and money orders.

NOTE: Personal checks and Money Orders are held for 30 days before being deposited into the inmate's account.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
You may also send money electronically through one of the following companies:

JPay at: www.jpay.com (http://www.jpay.com/)
Access Secure Deposits at www.inmatedeposits.com (http://www.inmatedeposits.com/)
TouchPay at: www.cainmatedeposit.com (http://cainmatedeposit.com/)
Western Union at: www.westernunion.com (http://www.westernunion.com/)

Items you CAN send
Paper - 500 sheets of paper
Postal Stamps - 2 books per envelope (no personalized stamps)
Envelopes - 40 white may be pre-stamped from the post office (no peel and stick)
Photos - 20 per mailing, must have CDC# and last name of inmate ( No Polaroid, nudity, no larger than 8x10)
Greeting cards - 10 (plain, no foil, glitter, metal springs, etc.)
Letters - no lipstick kisses, perfume
Internet Printouts - 15 sheets per mailing
Magazines and paperback books- must be shipped from the vendor (must be from a book store)
News Paper Subscriptions
Calenders - No larger than 12x12 (no spiral binding)
Money Orders

Items you CANNOT
Cotton Paper
Frontal Nudity Photos
Phone Calling Cards
Stickers, Tape, or Glue- None on/inside ANYWHERE
Padded Envelopes- (bubble wrap lined, etc)
Anything Wire, Metal, or Plastic
“Spiral” Notebooks
Photos larger than 8x10

Quarterly Packages/Special order purchases
January 1st through March 31st
April 1st through June 31st
July 1st through September 31st
October 1st though December 31st

Quarterly packages are any food, clothing, and toiletries there is no Dollar restriction just weight. Total package weight is 30 lbs, this includes the packing 450 ounces of product and 30 ounces for packing material

Special order purchases - This is for TV's, Radios, Guitars, Typewriters things that would typically take up the weight limit for a regular quarterly package.

Access Securepak
P. O. Box 50028
Sparks, NV 89435-0028
Ph: (800) 546-6283
www.californiaqp.com (http://www.californiaqp.com/)

1774 Industrial Way
Napa CA 94558
Ph: (800) 660-9255
https://walkenhorsts.com (https://walkenhorsts.com/)
Mikes Better Shoes
1252 Berlin-Haddonfield Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Ph: (800) 431-1911
www.mikesbettershoes.com (http://www.mikesbettershoes.com/)

Music by Mail
129 31st Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Ph: (718) 369-6982
Packages R Us
2648 East Workman Ave. #424
West Covina, CA 91791
Ph: (866) 303-7787
www.packagesrus.com (http://www.packagesrus.com/)

Union Supply Direct
P.O. Box 7006
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220-7006
Ph: (866) 404-8989
www.CaliforniaInmatePackage.com (http://www.californiainmatepackage.com/)

The Vitamin Outlet
Fitness Systems Mfg. Corp.
P.O. Box 2073
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Ph: (800) 822-9995
Yellow Ribbon Online
580 N. Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Ph: (866) 959-7426
www.yellowribbononline.com (http://www.yellowribbononline.com/)

07-06-2011, 05:57 PM
Lodging Information

Homestead Motel
(805) 543-7700
920 Olive St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Travelodge San Luis
Obispo Monterey
(805) 543-5110
1825 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Quality Suites
San Luis Obispo
(805) 541-5001
1631 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Villa San Luis Motel
(805) 543-8071
1670 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Sunbeam Motel
(805) 543-8141
1656 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Toro Motel
(805) 543-8647
625 Toro St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Best Western Somerset Inn
(805) 544-0973
1895 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Ramada Inn Olive Tree
(805) 544-2800
1000 Olive St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Economy Motel
(805) 543-7024
652 Morro St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Coachman Inn Motel
(805) 544-0400
1001 Olive St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Local Restaurants

Burger King (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21212662-burger-king-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=Au_H1xqVqSNuCvw1E94mx7yHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 541-4902
1358 Madonna Rd,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Jack in the Box (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21210729-jack-in-the-box-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=AiQhnhAkKBBlLbuXSJRGXr.HNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 547-0852 390
Santa Rosa St,
San Luis Obispo, CA

McDonald's (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21200045-mcdonald-s-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=Ajdm7A8ba_kr0QrO0ErIooKHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 541-5140 790
E Foothill Blvd,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Tacos DE Acapulco Incorporated (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21209657-tacos-de-acapulco-incorporated-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=As_fpy8NsLynYRfaIdXzPniHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 784-0539
1273 Laurel Ln,
San Luis Obispo, CA
Taco Bell (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21198143-taco-bell-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=As9m6yrk7ncFW5Hz3Db_EhKHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 543-5568
309 Madonna Rd,
San Luis Obispo, CA

Golden Gong Chinese Restaurant (http://us.lrd.yahoo.com/_ylt=Ai0uJogy5ieNqb14qq46FfmHNcIF;_ylv=0/SIG=190pm0msm/**http%3A//r.ypcdn.com/1/c/rtd%3Fptid=YLIR%26rid=1f3f1682-3b16-4980-992b-5bb7afec3661%26lid=6266895%26vrid=8uq4kuv0724n9%26 tl=1600%26dest=http%3A%2F%2Flocal.yahoo.com%2Finfo-21202942-golden-gong-chinese-restaurant-san-luis-obispo%3Fcsz%3DSan%2BLuis%2BObispo%2C%2BCA)
(805) 541-0226
290 Madonna Rd,
San Luis Obispo, CA
Subway (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21208767-subway-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=AjeH8V.POCBPE97duOhwmvKHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)Foothill Plaza (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21208767-subway-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=AjeH8V.POCBPE97duOhwmvKHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 543-3399
793 E Foothill Blvd, #F,
San Luis Obispo, CA
KFC (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21223371-kfc-grover-beach;_ylt=AqhpSmLw10gkOkkNUD6bjyGHNcIF;_ylv=3?csz =San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 489-1159
1771 W Grand Ave,
Grover Beach, CA
Oasis Restaurant (http://local.yahoo.com/info-21201026-oasis-restaurant-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=AkGPAa7SvT_vP89.OfX2RXeHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 543-1155
675 Higuera St,
San Luis Obispo, CA
Shin's Sushi Bar (http://local.yahoo.com/info-30501432-shin-s-sushi-bar-san-luis-obispo;_ylt=AqyxFJLZ9a.FOCDLenyUTmWHNcIF;_ylv=3?cs z=San+Luis+Obispo%2C+CA)
(805) 543-2348
1023 Monterey St,
San Luis Obispo, CA