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Decent food overall. The GasLamp district of San Diego is touristy and pricey so looking on recommendation apps such as this and Trip Advisor I tended to go with the one that had “the least bad reviews.” I found it very New York style, cramped seating, but very friendly waiter who after pouring our wine said that he would let us enjoy that for awhile and come back for our order. Never felt upsold or pressured at all. Meal was good, cheese/meat plate for appetizer was great, wine fine. $180 for 2 people and enjoyed the experience. Might come back in town. We did indicate that it was our anniversary dinner in the Open Table notes but it didn’t get to the restaurant. No worries. If you are looking for good food and more relaxed atmosphere, I would recommend Asti. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Chick was an excellent server and helpful guide for an exceptional dinner/birthday. Have been to Trulucks 3 times over the last year and never have anything but wonderful experiences MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Rod Run is coming to Old Town Temecula! Join us Friday March 2nd and Saturday March 3rd for live music on our courtyard stage. We will be serving draft beer, cocktails, and the best food in Old Town from our annual Rod Run food menu. All seating will be on a first come, first served basis. For any questions please call us at 951-676-9567.
Baily's offers a Premier dining and nightlife experience in the heart of Old Town Temecula. We serve California Continental cuisine to ensure we appeal to any pallet. Our fare is prepared fresh daily from scratch by our highly skilled culinary staff.More
Contemporary California Cuisine with focus on seasonal and regionally sourced ingredients, Chef Antonio Votta's menus are both serious and imaginative, with familiar dishes re-imagined. The modern restaurant design features 3 distinct areas: an open kitchen concept that overlooks the main dining room, a lounge space with comfortable seating and a lively bar area, as well as an enclosed patio area that provides a bit more privacy and mountain views. Guests can watch the action of the casino, have an intimate dinner, and everything in between. Dishes range from shared plates and small bites, to feasts prepared for the whole table. Open for Dinner, Weekday Lunch, Weekend Brunch, and Late Night.
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In the 1920’s Tom Ah Quin was the most influential Chinese businessman in downtown San Diego. He owned the underground gambling establishment known as the Monkey King Lottery House, as well as Nanking Café. While being heavily involved in local politics he earned himself the unofficial title as “Mayor,” which helped Monkey King Lottery House become a meeting place for many powerful politicians and businessmen, where they would not only hold meetings but unwind and enjoy the fruits of their labor with food, drinks, and entertainment. In 1935, the Monkey King Lottery House was raided by the government, which brought the gambling establishment to an end. The original tile entry way of the Nanking Café still exists to this day. So much history was made under this roof, which is why Monkey King was brought back to life so that patrons from all over can enjoy its charm and nostalgia for many years to come.More