Posted November 30, 2007 in Eats

Razzbearies Bakery & Café

The cinnamon roles are to die for. But they also have sandwiches, soup… all the nutritious stuff.

Village Road, Lake Arrowhead 92352. (909) 337-3462.




Kokoro Japanese Restaurant 

“Not too big and not too small” Japanese restaurant that includes a sushi bar for 15 and a big menu. 32251 Mission Trl. Ste. G6, Lake Elsinore, (951) 674-5055. $$


La Unica Tortilleria

This Mexican restaurant runs on the smaller size but serves delicious fajitas. 110 N. Main St., Lake Elsinore, (951) 674-2233. $


Las Brasas Restaurant

Seafood and cocktails are among the more popular dishes in this Mexican restaurant. 31085 Riverside Dr., Lake Elsinore, (951) 245-0682. $


La Tre Restaurant (Taste of Viet Nam)
La Tre offers authentic Vietnamese cuisine in a casual atmosphere. A wine menu and patio dining are available. 123 North Main Street Lake Elsinore  92530. (951) 471-1399. $

The Lookout Roadhouse

“Great ride, great food, great view, great people. And lousy service…” Their specialties are BBQ ribs and country-style breakfasts. This place is usually busy and frequently has live music and entertainment. 32107 Ortega Hwy., Lake Elsinore, (951) 678-9010; $$


Off Ramp Cafe
Open Monday thru Saturday for breakfast, lunch and dinner and Sunday for breakfast and lunch. The menu includes American, Argentina, Italian, Peruvian and Mexican dishes. Central Plaza Lake Elsinore  92530. (951) 674-8194.

Peony Chinese Cuisine 

Offering Chinese cuisine with daily lunch specials. 31500 Grape St. #1 Lake Elsinore  92530. (951) 471-0138.


Vincenzo’s Olive Tree

A mix between a family setting and intimate setting, this restaurant provides many southern Italian specialty dishes. 31712 Casino Dr., Ste. 3B, Lake Elsinore, (951) 674-8941. $$


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