Oohs and ahs escape from Heavenly Hands Salon, where massage therapists break apart muscle knots with deft fingers, skin specialists free pores from the grips of dirt and oil during deep-cleaning facials, and nail techs primp and pamper nails with vibrant polish during manicures and pedicures. The salon’s playroom keeps tykes entertained with coloring books and Legos and keeps them informed with a flat-screen TV broadcasting cartoon congressional hearings on C-SPAN-Jr.
San Diego Taco Company’s mealsmiths conjure the authentic flavors of Southern California's Mexican cuisine and infuse them into savory dishes that beckon hungry stomachs from a mouthwatering menu of Baja–style eats. A horde of burritos, such as the hearty shrimp ($7.99) or the marinated pollo adobado ($6.49) model fashionably delicious tortillas with savory grace and style. Flavor-packed chicken, beef, pork, or seafood tacos ($2.59–$4.99) can be delivered to mouths via soft or crispy tortillas or miniature catapult. Tortas, such as the Al Pastor ($6.59) trap sandwich parts safely between slices of bread, and salads such as the pepita caesar with carne asada ($7.49) unite rival factions of meat and greens in peaceful mealtime bliss.
Sol Picante espouses itself as a family establishment since its expansive menu of fajitas, burritos, and enchiladas urges communal feasting. The familial tradition continues with the eatery’s recipes, which have passed through multiple generations to inform ample combination platters, seafood dishes dotted with prawns, and hefty burritos filled with chorizo, cheese, and guacamole. To finish things off, the wait staff mixes white russians, shirley temples, and tequila-spiked coffee, just like Grandma used to make.
We are a family owned business est 1988 We serve the best in traditional family recipes Peruvian food and Mexican food. Full bar that serves Pisco sour, Margaritas, Mojitos and lots more. We also serve Peruvian beer (cusquena, crystal) and lots of Mexican beers and Domestic too.