Fiesta de Reyes
Fiesta de Reyes
San Diego , CA 92110
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Quick Facts About Fiesta de Reyes:
- Fiesta de Reyes is located in historic Old Town in San Diego.
- San Diego Fiesta de Reyes features three Mexican restaurants Casa de Reyes, Barra Barra and The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant.
- Fiesta de Reyes in San Diego also presents 19 shops and an antique San Diego hotel.
Ambiance: San Diego's Fiesta de Reyes is tucked away in historic Old Town San Diego where it pays tribute to its colorful roots. What was once a mid-1800s frontier settlement is now an alluring courtyard featuring 19 shops, three restaurants and a boutique hotel. Although the area has been built up since its early days, it still maintains features celebrating the past like the foundation of the 1850's Mexican-style adobe home of Reyes-Ybanez de Dominguez, the family which the Fiesta de Reyes is named after. Additionally Renee Tey, the resident artist, is responsible for decorating the area with her old-world Mexican folk artwork.
Why We Dine: For traditional Mexican cuisine, authentic culture and a historical setting, San Diego Fiesta de Reyes is the place to dine. We dine at this spot in Old Town because we have the choice of three different restaurants that offer similar delicious food, high quality tequila and tempting margaritas. The San Diego restaurants also celebrate happy hours with deals on margaritas, drafts, house wines and special premiums.
- Barra Barra Saloon: One of the three traditional Mexican restaurants at San Diego's Fiesta de Reyes, this one serves up an extensive tequila list and boasts the best margaritas in town for only $5. If that's not enough to lure you into the eatery, children under ten years old eat free every day with a paying adult!
- Casa de Reyes: Casa de Reyes invites you to sit outside under the carrizo arbol next to the cozy fire pit with a view of the entertainment on stage. The restaurant serves everything imaginable under the Mexican sun from burritos, tostadas and tacos to enchiladas, carnitas and tamales.
- The Cosmpolitan: This establishment was first built in the 1820's and recently underwent renovation to restore it to its original glory. The Cosmopolitan restaurant is part of the bed and breakfast inn at San Diego Fiesta de Reyes. The inn's restaurant serves up daily lunch and dinner along with Sunday brunch. Stop in The Cosmopolitan for Mexican cuisine, American grill and seafood in an authentic historical hot spot.
The Local Scoop: San Diego Fiesta de Reyes hosts a variety of traditional Mexican performers for you to enjoy for free. Los Rios Mariachi Fusion is an Old Town favorite mariachi band that often graces the Fiesta de Reyes outdoor stage. Luis Max and Blue Moon is a Latin Flamenco Jazz ensemble that frequently performs in the courtyard in addition to folkloric dancers, theatrical productions and even circus acts.
What We Recommend:
- Margarita Chicken: This seasonal summer dish served at Casa de Reyes features chicken breast that has been prepared in orange triple sec, fresh limes, fresh garlic and sea salt and then drizzled with a tequila ranchero sauce. The pollo dish also comes with black beans and ensalada de nopales.
- Relleno de Chile con Carne: Served at Casa de Reyes, this mouthwatering dish consists of a roasted pasilla pepper stuffed with ground beef, asadero cheese, and cheddar and jack with the restaurant's classic red enchilada sauce on top.
- Cuisine: Mexican
- Alcohol: Full bar:
- Reservation Policy: Accepts reservations
- Price: $$