Best New Restaurants at the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch

Best New Restaurants at the Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch

  • Harden Wright & Associates
  • 11/9/21

Flora


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Flora is a bar and kitchen with tasty cuisine inspired by classic Italian dishes. The restaurant sources fresh meat, cheese, and produce from local farmers in the San Diego area, providing both delicious meals and support for their community. Flora serves dinner every day from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and weekend brunch from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

Dinner favorites include coastal linguine, gnocchi sorrento, steak cabernet, braised angus short rib, brick oven chicken, and craft pizzas. Their weekend brunch menu features club sandwiches, French toast, pancakes, bottomless mimosas, and three varieties of eggs Benedict. On both of Flora’s menus, you’ll find vegetarian and gluten-free plates, as well as a fantastic drink menu that offers wines, beers, and handcrafted cocktails. Flora wouldn’t be complete without a dessert menu that features Italian classics like panna cotta and tiramisu. 

Something unique to Flora is their wine dinner series. This series brings wines from Napa Valley, France, and Italy to your table in San Diego. Enjoy your meal in their dining room, on the patio, or ordering takeout. 

Bonchon


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Bonchon means “hometown” or “roots” in Korean, and is a national and global destination for Korean-American street food - now with a San Diego location! The chicken is crispy, hand-battered, fried twice, and absolutely delicious. 

Bonchon’s classic dishes include their signature fried chicken with fries, chicken katsu (served with spicy mayonnaise), and tteokbokki (rice cakes with spicy sauce and fish cakes). There are so many dishes to explore on the menu, that if you love chicken and/or Korean food, you should head over to Bonchon ASAP. The restaurant is open for indoor dining, takeout and delivery. 

Everbowl


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Everbowl serves delicious, handcrafted açaí bowls for San Diego’s health-conscious foodies. The restaurant’s goal is to serve patrons food that is both healthy and yummy. 
Everbowl wants to go back to the basics by using exclusively natural ingredients. With their food, they also want to encourage active movement and an overall healthy lifestyle for all, in a way that is fun, tasty, easy, and accessible. The entire menu is devoid of added sugars, and the restaurant's motto is “unevolve.” 

Everbowl customers get to pick the size of their bowl, their base, and toppings, and the menu is highly customizable. There are 6 bases to choose from: açaí, pitaya, chia pudding, matcha, coco love, and blue magic. In-store, they offer free samples if you’re unsure of which of the bases to try, and you can combine multiple bases.  Some of Everbowl’s topping options include blueberries, strawberries, bananas, goji berries, kiwi, and granola. If you’re looking for a healthy and delicious meal in The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, then Everbowl is the place for you. 

Death By Tequila


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As its name suggests, Death By Tequila is a Mexican restaurant and tequila bar. Death By Tequila's fun environment, specialty cocktails, and yummy food makes for the perfect night out with friends or a date. The restaurant serves modern Baja cuisine that is described as vibrant and flavorful, further inspired by San Diego’s culture. Death By Tequila offers both a lunch and dinner menu. Lunchtime favorites include salsa with guacamole and homemade tortilla chips, elote y camarón quesadillas, and rajas con crema empanadas. On their dinner menu, you can find entrées like Baja oysters, a variety of tacos, and achiote roasted jidori chicken. Death By Tequila offers a large menu with lots of options suited for everyone’s taste. Their menu is seasonal and always evolving. Their chefs take inspiration from local, in-season ingredients and develop the menu from there.

Death by Tequila is known for its happy hour and expansive drink menu. Happy hour starts at 3 p.m. and ends at 6 p.m., and is available from Tuesday through Friday weekly. Their drink menu features (surprise) a variety of Tequila and six different types of margaritas. You can also order craft beers and a selection of wines. Death by Tequila’s colorful atmosphere, exciting flavors, and expansive drink menu make this restaurant a can’t miss spot for lunch or dinner. 

Want to Learn More About Pacific Highlands Ranch?

Contact Lisa Harden and Danielle Wright of Harden Wright & Associates, today to learn more about the perks of living in Pacific Highlands Ranch and Carmel Valley in San Diego.

 

*Header image credit: The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch

 

 

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