In between all the wine and beer tastings you’re sure to savor — you’ll want to eat something to keep you going. Luckily for us, Temecula has plenty of foodie options to match their world-class wineries. A few options:
I’ll scream, you’ll scream, we’ll all scream for ice cream sandwiches this good and Insta-friendly. The Baked Bear is popping up in a few states but if you don’t have one by you, you absolutely have to try it. And be sure to have your camera ready– dessert this pretty deserves a photo op before being wolfed down!
You know what they say, the devil is in the details. Owned and operated by longtime Temecula residents, Devilicious jumped onto the national scene after appearing on the second season of Food Network’s “Great Food Truck Race.” If you like it rich, order their top-selling sammie, the Butter Poached Lobster Grilled Cheese. I opted instead for a vegetarian cheese and asparagus sandwich with truffle fries.
If you’re not cleaning up in in the casino, be sure to check out the many restaurants here as there’s sure to be something to tempt your palate. I had the chance to dine at the Lobby Bar and Grill. A California bistro with yummy food with something for everyone in your party, including appetizers of hummus and entrées of steak and fish and pastas. Of course, the meal’s true star was certainly the Oreo Cookie Ice Cream desert. This was insanely good and one of the best scoops of ice cream I’ve ever had. Seriously.
Others I Have Yet To Try But Hear Good Things:
Both of these are in Old Town Temecula… truthfully, I’ve been told that everywhere in Old Town is pretty great but these two were especially recommended. Enjoy!
The Goat and Vine
Crush & Brew
I was invited to experience Temecula as a guest of Visit Temecula, but all opinions are my own.