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December 13, 2006 at 10:30 AM #8056SD RealtorParticipant
Hi guys –
Sorry for reposting this. I posted a request for 5 star restaurants in Temecula several weeks back. I wrote them down and now when it was time to actually give them to my wife, I have lost them. Of course I searched for my original post and couldn’t find it.
I guess it is one of those days.
Anyways a few people responded with great ideas and if you could give another response that would be very cool.
Again, just looking for basically the best restaurant in Temecula to thank a client who has referred several women to my wifes permanent makeup clinic.December 13, 2006 at 10:38 AM #41582SD RealtorParticipant
arrrrrrrrrrrrrggggggg…. sorry about the duplicate post…December 13, 2006 at 10:47 AM #41585AnonymousGuest
If they like Italian food, I
Submitted by FormerOwner on November 12, 2006 – 12:22am.
If they like Italian food, I highly recommend
Crivello Ristorante Italiano
32475 Clinton Keith Rd
Wildomar, CA 92595
My list of the best places
Submitted by mydogsarelazy on November 12, 2006 – 6:29am.
My list of the best places would include:
Bailey’s in Old Town
Gourmet Italia (3 locations)
Great Oak Steakhouse at Pechanga Casino
Harry’s Pacific Grill
If I had to choose one, try Harry’s next to the mall. It has a great bar and the food is excellent. It has just been open a few months.
Submitted by La Jolla Renter on November 12, 2006 – 9:06am.
Check out: http://www.thebestrestaurants.com click on inland empire.
There’s a Fish House Vera
Submitted by anxvariety on November 12, 2006 – 10:57am.
There’s a Fish House Vera Cruz out there.. not fancy, but a great place.
My favorite restaurants in
Submitted by hipmatt on November 12, 2006 – 1:29pm.
My favorite restaurants in Temecula are actually Rosa’s Cantina (mexican)in old town and Pat and Oscar’s on the Pond (mostly Italian)on the corner of Rancho Cal and Ynez. , but neither of these are 5 star or high end, they are just good food, casual atmosphere, and my fav is Rosas.
That being said, Baily’s in oldtown would be exactly what you are looking for. look here http://www.oldtowndining.com/ Make sure you eat on the second floor, which is the high end place, not the bottom, which is a nice casual cafe/bar. Ask for a window seat, if you can get one, you will have a nice view of front street, and as an added bonus…. If you go to Costco in Temecula, you can buy $100 worth of dining gift cards to Baily’s for just $79. But, if price really is no object, skip that part.
Hope this helps.
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