One of North County's most happening spots—Old California Restaurant Row is a string of local establishments ... More
Old California Restaurant Row
One of North County's most happening spots—Old California Restaurant Row is a string of local establishments featuring top-notch restaurants, from Japanese sushi to premium steak houses. The popular Old California Mining Company restaurant holds a prominent spot here. In addition to restaurants, the location is also popular for evening attractions, including the Edwards Cinemas , as well as a string of local specialty shops. Guests may take advantage of the Old California Tram Company for transportation on the premises.
Way to much SALT on everything. As my Granddaughter said the only good thing was the huspuppies, The 4 of us all had different meals and nothing good but hushpuppies. No way we tried the desserts I am wondering after reading the otherr reviews if we got the bad cook but I will never know because I am taking the advice above "Don't Do It"
I dined at Brunos the other evening. It was terrible. Started with lipstick on the water "cup" dirty floor, wait staff who are just going throught the motions etc.
The food has gone downhill. I was a Brunos fan ever since he had a small deli in Vista. Enjoyed his fine food dozens of times but the past few months the place is getting worn out. If Bruno is not actually in the kitchen the entire place becomes a greasy spoon. The food is un-inspired and the service is inept. There are 4 other Itilian restaurants in San Marcos, no need to suffer with Brunos. Try Grappa on Twin Oaks.
If you enjoy Indian food, you will enjoy the India Princess. Great food selection, though they tend to tone down the spices. You can ask that they be a little more liberal with the spices when you order, if it is what you like.
The staff is always chearful, the new serving bowls added a nice touch.
I only wish they had more ethnic background music.
At the front of Old California Restaurant Row , San Marcos Brewery & Grill welcomes both locals and tourists to
an evening of fine cuisine and handcrafted ales. The restaurant is covered in dark woods and forest green accents. ...
This archaeological repository features small exhibits exploring the past of San Diego, especially its Indian heritage. Visitors enjoy shows that
offer glimpses of the region's Indian culture, which first emerged in the San Diego area about 10,000 years ago. ...
These two different trails span approximately two and one half miles. The first trail leads hikers on a steep descent
into a valley, while the second offers a more gentle course. Both reach elevations of 5,700 feet. While traveling ...