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The family started serving carnitas, and the rest is history. Their homemade carnitas takes six hours to cook in a traditional copper olla, large open pot. Interpretive menus, employees in period costume and lackluster food did not go over well with tourists — seems as though they still wanted the Californio myth, the romance of Ramona, and the thrill of Old Mexico. Rubio and some friends from San Diego State University were on spring break in San Felipe, Baja California when he first encountered fish tacos at a local stand, and was inspired to open a restaurant in San Diego.

With a bountiful supply of fresh seafood available, tacos de pescado became popular with visitors and coastal residents of Baja Sur. Let us know in the comments section below…. Citation: Martin S. Miss so many of these! I do know those — need to add them to thelist! This is the first omission I thought of.

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Was a family regular back in the day. Can remember the inside. Hope there are photos around. My grandfather, then my father, took us to Don Joses regularly in the and time frames. It was a family favorite. One of my fondest memories of siting with Nana and Grandpa eating a taco; still crave the cheese sprinkled on the tacos. Hey Martin, Loved this compendium. Great article! It was in a awful location, downstairs in a building at the corner of Fay and Silverado, diagonally across from the Empress Hotel.

The only street signage was a sandwich board. Almost no one knew they were there. The first restaurant I remember going to as a kid was the Sombrero Taco shop at the triangular intersection of Montezuma and El Cajon Blvd.


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I believe it was the first location. It had a giant wooden cut out of a man in a Sombrero peeking over the roof. What a great walk through historic San Diego Mexican cuisine!

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Just a note—my grandfather was the architect of the Foreign Club, which was cited. His middle initial is W for Walter not M. Thank you! Sorry about that Mari. Thanks for that catch! Your grandfather was quite a busy man around here. There are so many buildings in the county he had a hand in designing!

Casa de Loma on Rosecrans Street, I loved your article — so thoroughly researched! I wish we still had more authentic Mexican restaurants. My mouth is watering. Thanks for the compliment for him. It used to be downtown in a not so nice neighborhood in the early 60s. Then Bea moved to El Cajon Blvd. The food was fabulous and authentic.

Owned by the Pastore family. That was La Cocina. I cried when they shut down. My parents used to count their change to eat there in their 20s, and they still had the same waitress the day they closed. We lived nearby on Marlborough St. I miss those simpler times! Great memories. We now live in Sacramento and there are very very few really good Mexican Restaurants here. There is nothing a good as a taco! And their side order of beans that always came sizzling on a pewter tray smothered in yellow cheese was classic! Unfortunately I only went there to a banquet one time as a teenager and remember nothing of the menu.

It was a neat place because someone had repurposed an old horse stable into an attractive inn and restaurant. Rustic elegance! Yes, David! The Hotel Del Charro was built in and lasted until , when it was razed and the Del Charro Woods town homes replaced it.


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J Edgar Hoover and Clyde Tolson used to summer there every year. The restaurant was called the Jacaranda Dining Room, built around its namesake, a large flowering Jacaranda tree. The cocktail lounge featured a mural of Hialeah Park [Florida] racetrack, and its pink flamingos on one wall.

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The Cafe on Ave Revolucion closed about ten years ago. However a taco booth at street level at that old address still serves up their famous tacos al vapor. Then down where the old bullring used to be is Restaurante La Especial. Same menu, same tradition. Some of the waiters have been working for that family for 30 — 40 years. I loved that place.

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