This first-rate restaurant pampers diners on a festive patio, complete with a beautiful fountain and mariachis. Whether you are looking for tasty ... More
Casa De Pico
This first-rate restaurant pampers diners on a festive patio, complete with a beautiful fountain and mariachis. Whether you are looking for tasty giant-sized margaritas or chimichangas, fajitas, burritos, tacos or enchiladas, you are sure to find your favorite Mexican dish cooked to perfection here.
it's too bad, this place used to be one of my favorite restaurants. now have had horrible experience! they could care a less about their customer service or their food.
margaritas are good - should've had one last night.
far from the authentic mexican flavor all items on the menu are expesive and the food doesn't taste any good $12.75 for a mini carne asada burrito come on you guys this is a Rip Off my wife order the bandido combo that is nothing but a pile of grease we tray it once and will never go back again sorry but we have better places on town without living a hole on your pocket.
No taste, no substance, just your basic assembly line food. Service was also terrible. Place order, drop off order, bring check. Not service friendly at all. They messed up 2 of the 4 orders to boot. NOT GOING BACK EVER!!!!!!!!!!
This restaurant revives the art of fondue. The cozy second story location reminds you of a chalet on a cold
winter's night, except that it is in La Jolla where the only thing that looks like frost is sunscreen ...
As you are passing through the picturesque city of La Jolla, stop by this inexpensive, popular Mexican restaurant. The outdoor
seating is most popular, offering bright red tables and greenery. Inside, the wooden bar holds a prominent spot, decorated ...
This family owned restaurant has been serving the heart of La Jolla for more than 40 years. Frequented by locals
and businesspeople, the cafe is simply a part of the La Jolla tradition. The informal setting serves regular customers ...