Be sure to visit this winery with its medieval flavor and artistic courtyard fountain. The cost for a regular tasting is ($5), which includes five different tastes and a 12-oz. souvenir wineglass. They also offer a premium tasting ($10) of five tastings and a souvenir 19-oz. wineglass.
For a special occasion or any occasion, Baily’s Fine Dining is the place to dine. Their four charming formal dining rooms offer a perfect setting for a memorable meal. The tables are beautifully set with white linen tablecloths, beautiful bouquets of flowers adorn each table and diners are pampered with attentive service.
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This delightful medium-sized restaurant has a loyal following of happy diners. And once you dine here, you will undoubtedly become a regular too! Baja Cactus has a loyal following because the food is exceptional, the atmosphere is as authentic as that of old Mexico, the decor is upscale and the service is prompt and friendly.… (read more)
Serving home-style food since 1979, the Broken Yolk Café is a favorite among local San Diegans and hungry visitors alike. With a strong dedication to good food and equally good service, the Broken Yolk has built a reputation for its large menu, ample portions and freshly-made flavor. Real shredded hash browns – not dehydrated potatoes.… (read more)
Carol’s Restaurant is perfectly situated in a high-ceiling room dominated by a huge fireplace, the restaurant seems to be of another, perhaps medieval, time. Ask for seating inside next to the fireplace or on their delightful terrace overlooking their Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard. Their patio is covered by a pergola and nestled between the restaurant and… (read more)
Falkner Winery specializes in high quality wines with over 80% earning Gold or Silver medals in wine competitions. So while you may be tempted to stop at the first winery that you see, be sure to plan to make a stop at the Falkner Winery for wine tasting and lunch at their spectacular Pinnacle Restaurant… (read more)
This is the downstairs restaurant and bar at Bailey’s Fine Dining… (read more) restaurant. And they serve practically all of the same entrées at slightly lower prices, with only a few exceptions. The real difference between the two restaurants is the atmosphere. Upstairs is where diners come to enjoy fine dine in a formal atmosphere. Downstairs is
Wow! Wine tasting at Callaway Vineyards just got a lot more fun. With the addition of their Meritage Restaurant, wine tasters and diners alike can now enjoy a host of delicious lite and appetizing entrées in a terraced outdoor setting overlooking the vineyards.
Their 18-item menu showcases one incredible entrée after another. Worth raving about… (read more)
Located off Rancho California Road in the heart of Temecula’s wine valley is beautiful Monte De Oro Winery (19).
What sets Monte De Oro apart from the other wineries in the valley is their careful attention to vineyard practices, such as canopy management and controlling yields, as well as our delicate handling of the fruit… (read more)
At The Melting Pot, fondue truly becomes a memorable four-course dining experience where patrons can dip into something different – and discover all the ingredients for a unique dining experience including a relaxed atmosphere, private tables, attentive service, fine wines and signature fondue dinners.
Open Mon.-Thurs. 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 4 p.m.-11 p.m., Sat. 3… (read more)
You’ll definitely be happy with this discovery. A memorable gourmet meal is the apple pancakes, which are baked instead of cooked in a skillet. Other winners include blueberry pancakes, pecan pancakes, fresh potato pancakes, sourdough flapjacks, banana pancakes and Hawaiian pancakes. They also feature crepes, waffles and omelettes made with farm-fresh grade AA eggs.