Temecula is home to enviable weather, relaxed vibes, gorgeous rolling hills, and award-winning wineries.
It?s no surprise that in a place as desirable as Temecula, it?s not hard to find delicious food and inviting restaurant atmospheres for every taste and palette.
Here are five of our favorite restaurants guaranteed to give you a unique and satisfying experience.
Located in charming Old Town Temecula, PUBlic House is housed in a restored home from the 1950s. Enjoy the unique and intimate atmosphere in the patio garden, on the balcony, or in one of the dining rooms spread throughout the restored home.
The seasonal menu guarantees you?ll always eat fresh, you?ll enjoy local, and you?ll get a new variety of “farm to table” options throughout the year. Plus, while you are there, enjoy their specialty cocktails, large selection of wines, and craft beers on tap.
The boutique winery is a destination in and of itself, with well-known verandas, panoramic views from the hilltop at 1400 feet, winery tours, and live entertainment. Plus, the winery?s restaurant, The Flower Hill Bistro (FHB), made its way to USA Today?s Top 10 America?s Best Winery Restaurants list.
You?ll find craft food items on the menu, scratch-made each day. Enjoy shareable appetizers, flatbreads, greens using artisan cheeses, local vegetables, and more.
Open 7 days a week . Sun-Thurs: 12-5 | Fri-Sat: 12-8:30
Visit the lush Wilson Creek winery and vineyards for a tour or stroll, and enjoy a meal in the al fresco dining room at their onsite restaurant, Creekside Grille.
Surrounded by the 30-year-old Cabernet grape vines, an herb garden, and beautiful baskets filled with fresh flowers, you?ll enjoy choosing from the menu that is designed to complement the Wilson Creek wines.
Menu items change seasonally to give patrons a delicious taste of what the local farms of Temecula Valley have to offer.
Thoughtful design touches make Umi an attractive place to pamper your taste buds. And handpicked seafood is carefully delivered quickly and at precisely-cold temperatures so that you can have the most satisfying meal experience.
Umi?s chef, Kiyokuni Ikeda, became a self-taught chef at the age of 10. Working at a high-end Tokyo restaurant as a teen, he learned the important foundations of sushi, and brought that knowledge to America where he worked at distinguished sushi restaurants for 15 years before bringing his expertise and creativity to Umi.
For a truly one-of-a-kind seafood experience in Temecula, visit Umi Sushi & Oyster Bar.
Call (951) 770-8504 for reservations.
1909?s building has a story or 1,200 to tell. Well before it became home to the ?handcrafted fluid and fare? of 1909, the building was a trading post, auto shop, and in the 1970s, it was the roughest bar in town. In fact, there are still bullet holes in the ceiling from bar fights of decades past. But today, you?ll find a welcoming, industrial vibe with a pub atmosphere.
From brunch to lunch to dinner to late-night dining, you?ll find scratch-made burgers, salads, desserts, and unique appetizers — all with delicious flavor.
Also, if you have a furry four-legged friend, you’ll be happy to know 1909 has pet friendly patios.
What local Temecula restaurant(s) would you include in your top five? Let us know the comments where we should head next and why!