Mexico Cafe adds new location and how to get free Rubio’s taco – press enterprise
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The Mexico Cafe is now home to two counties.
The family-run restaurant, which has been part of San Bernardino since 1951, has a second location opened in Temecula this week.
There are some great deals this week. Columnist John Plessel has a roundup of restaurants promoting gift cards for dads and graduates. And you can enjoy gourmet tacos for free if you’re in the right place at the right time to catch Rubio’s Coastal Grill’s taco truck.
Also try some recipes for summer grilling.
The previous restaurant is closed for maintenance this week as the new Riverside County restaurant ramps up operations. Read more.
Plus, Red Lobster has a new menu of items for $ 20 or less, and Sour Cellars is hosting a beer and cheese pairing. Read more.
The Carlsbad-based restaurant chain is sending a food truck with free samples of its new menu additions to several cities in Southern California. Read more.
Naked Chicken Chalupa features a shell made from chicken. Read more.
Go ahead and cheat a bit using store-bought mayonnaise and a food processor to make the popular topping. Read more.
Fire up the grill to cook portobello mushroom and goat cheese sandwiches, Nekimaki appetizers and a steak taco salad. Read more.