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  • Cuisine
    Mexican, Latin American, French

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Diane H.
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Report | 12 days ago
Charming resturant the casseroles and chicken soufflés were wonderful!!!
frank R.
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Report | 7 months ago
Limited menu however extremely tasty
Gina P.
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Report | a year ago
Limited menu
Sara T.
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Report | a year ago
The Iced Tea, rolls, and dessert were delicious! Definitely taste the jams. The chicken souffle was bland. The New California Casserole was good, but nothing that blew my mind. Service was casual and friendly.
desiree g.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great service and amazing food. Couldn't have asked for a better dining experience.
Natalie T.
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Report | 2 years ago
I will go back with my mother in law someday soon....
Jim E.
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Report | 2 years ago
A quaint setting, very friendly service.
SHIELA
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Report | 2 years ago
Will definitely go back!
mayra c.
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Report | 2 years ago
Worth it!
Celeste D.
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Report | 2 years ago
Hours should be extended
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From Our Editors

Bertha Campbell Cole stepped back and let out a satisfied sigh after making the final pink brushstrokes on the wooden siding of the 1856 hotel. She had traveled throughout Southeast Asia with her husband for years, but was now firmly planted back in her childhood territory on Northern California soil. The year was 1935, and Bertha's new stationary lifestyle meant that she could finally realize her dream of opening a teahouse. In forthcoming decades, the intimate space would sate the appetites of celebrities such as Alfred Hitchcock and Beverly Sills, as well as many noncelebrities who simply liked ornately papered walls. Today, owner Charlie Shockey continues La Casa Rosa Restaurant's tradition by serving luncheons fashioned from Mexican-inspired recipes, local herbs and produce, and seasonally changing red and white wines. Chefs bake corn, beef, and cheeses into california casseroles, following an original recipe given to Bertha's aunts by a local Mexican commandant. Chicken and seafood souffl?s sail past antique dolls, pictures, and a gramophone to tables in the main dining room, or on their way to an outdoor courtyard among flowering shrubs and giraffes. Wines such as Ash Blonde?a French-Italian blended aperitif?chill glasses alongside domestic and imported beers, and a baby grand piano holds a row of sample jams and chutneys off to one side of the dining room. After tastings, visitors can order the local preserves, which staff members then pack into decorative pink boxes.

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