Border X Brewing is a craft brewery and taproom located in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego, California, USA. The brewery is known for its unique and flavorful Mexican-style craft beers, which blend traditional brewing techniques with bold and innovative flavors.
The CUCINA family of Italian restaurants is one of Southern California’s first retail wine shop inside a restaurant concept. The menus showcase Italian flavors married with the diverse bounty of California, allowing local sources to inspire culinary direction.
Created by pastry chef Karen Krasne, Extraordinary Desserts built its name on showstopping cakes and desserts. Extraordinary Desserts continues to be a “must visit” for San Diegans and visitors alike with two wildly popular locations in the Little Italy and Banker’s Hill neighborhoods.
Julian is a census-designated place in San Diego County, California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,502, down from 1,621 at the time of the 2000 census. Julian is located in the beautiful Cuyamaca mountains. See where gold was discovered—shop stores housed in historic buildings dating back to the 1870’s...
Toasted Oak Winery is a mom and pop operation. Roger and Marcia bought the burned out parcel that would become their vineyard in 2008, naming their future winery after the one surviving tree on the property, a “toasted” oak tree. Nine years later, after clearing, planting the vines, and building the winery, they were able to open their tasting room for business.
Explore the dramatic courtyard featuring oversize beams, live palms, and remarkable views. Head down to the newly created ceremony area with a grand pergola, and then mingle with your friends and family in the outdoor cocktail area or lounging bar, before heading to the beautiful grand ballroom, featuring spectacular views all augmented by decorative fixtures and fittings.
Casino Pauma - Come get a feel for the modern atmosphere, people-first gaming, delectable dining and select entertainment. Enjoy your choice with over 1000 of the hottest most exciting slot and video games or any of the 18 table games, including the only $3 Blackjack around.
Pauma Valley is a geographic valley and unincorporated community between Valley Center and Palomar Mountain in San Diego County, California. The name also refers to the agricultural region comprising citrus and avocado groves, and the location of several Indian Reservations, a country club, and tribal casinos.
The Cleveland National Forest honors its past and celebrates all it has to offer visitors. The Forest provides various terrains and recreational opportunities, including camping and picnic areas, hiking, exploring on horseback, trail running, mountain biking, and scenic drives.
San Luis Rey Training Center is the only auxiliary training track continuously approved by the California Horse Racing Board since 1984. It is open for training every day, 365 days a year, enabling trainers to develop a permanent home.
Wild Wonders is where kids and adults can "tame" their curiosity for "wildlife". Through live interactive shows and behind the scenes tours, the wildlife educators and 120 animal-ambassadors will take you on a dynamic adventure you will not forget.
Rawhide Ranch is a children's ranch camp and event center located in the small town of Bonsall, California. At Rawhide, campers don't just have fun, but they learn about horses and livestock, all while discovering the importance of integrity, respect, hard work and the value of community.
Bonsall is a census-designated place located in the rolling hills of northern San Diego County. Home to the famous San Luis Rey Downs Training Center for thoroughbred racehorses and other equestrian facilities. The population was 3,982 at the 2010 census, up from 3,401 at the 2000 census.
St. Mark Golf Club is a par-71 course with great greens and a challenging layout. The property offers two beautiful sites for wedding ceremonies; either location can hold over 200 attendees. The banquet hall offers a beautiful view of the golf course and can easily seat 300 guests.