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Kane Yama's cooks fire up tableside hibachi grills to create healthy, authentic Japanese dishes and serve fresh eats from a full sushi bar. The menu boasts an eclectic number of steakhouse standbys and tongue-taming sharable sushi rolls, such as the fresh tuna tekka maki ($6) or the Oh My God roll ($15)—a combination of chili sauce and three different fishes that elicits involuntary OMGs from otherwise staid diners. Hibachi meals harness the timeless power of food-preparing heat with your choice of chicken, filet mignon, seafood, or a double dose of veggies. Each lunch comes with soup, salad, vegetables, and steamed rice ($7–$14), and dinner hibachi plates ($14–$28) also throw in a shrimp appetizer.
500 North Escondido Boulevard
Escondido,
CA
US
Just walking into El Mariachi Mexican Food feels like a fiesta. Bright yellow walls make the room feel sunny, with Mexican artwork scattered around the space. Tablerunners bring the colors of a Mexican blanket to each table, along with equally colorful mismatched plates that carry dishes such as heaping burritos and enchiladas with special guajillo sauce. One of the eatery's specialties, Platillos Garibaldi, melts mozzarella atop grilled meat and onions, served alongside cactus and fresh warm tortillas.
393 North Escondido Boulevard
Escondido,
CA
US
Joe's Glass Shack provides patrons with all the tools, materials, and guidance needed to craft novel pieces of glass artwork in an educational, constructive atmosphere. During the individually paced session, glass-whisperer Joseph Perez guides pupils through all the steps necessary to fashion a fused-glass vase or bowl, which are ideal for holding flowers or for use as a Cyclops's colored contact lens. Surrounded by the art studio's '50s-themed decor, students can unleash their creative talents onto the supplies included in the workshop or choose to pay extra for an upgraded arsenal of materials and tools. Workshops are typically scheduled Tuesday–Saturday, and customers should call ahead to schedule a time based on Joseph's availability and daily horoscope.
365 W 2nd Ave
Escondido,
CA
US
Dominic's fresh, authentic Italian cuisine, served at lunch and dinner, pairs with a countryside wall mural, vines creeping down grotto-like archways, and red-and-white-checkered table cloths for a charming dining experience. For lunch, diners can partake in traditional plates, such as cheese ravioli ($8.75) and Ma's breaded chicken breast ($9.95), share a 12-inch pepperoni pizza pie ($9.95), or two-hand a classic muffaletta piled with ham, salami, cheese, and garnish galore ($8.99 for a whole sandwich). Dinner dishes support hefty helpings of lasagna ($12.95), chicken parmigiana ($14.95), and veal piccata sautéed in lemon-butter sauce ($19.95), like a tightrope supports a tightrope walker carrying a refrigerator, and can be paired with wine, such as a glass of Santa Cristina sangiovese ($5).
391 N Escondido Blvd
Escondido,
CA
US
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