Lake Elsinore is a city in western Riverside County, California, United States. Established as a city in 1888, it is on the shore of Lake Elsinore, a natural freshwater lake about 3,000 acres (1,200 ha) in size. The city has grown from a small resort town in the late 19th century and early 20th century to a population of 51,821 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Lake Elsinore
4.5 based on 141 reviews
.......at Annie's restaurant - exceptin' Annie, of course. This British ball of fire has put together some great down home cafe food, with a few dashes of the U.K. mixed in, to satisfy most appetites. There are sandwiches and burgers, salads and pastas, waffles and eggs, veggies, fruits, and red meat; with large enough portions to satisfy anyone for breakfast or lunch (only open until 3 pm, sorry). If you're lucky, Annie herself might come over and chat with you and tell you her story. Oh, and occasionally the lights will dim, the waitresses will stop what they're doin', and they'll put on a little song and dance for your entertainment! How much for fun do you want with your casual meal, for cryin' out loud.....
4.5 based on 12 reviews
After a few visits, I've noticed all the cakey donuts and fritters are overcooked (too crunchy). The coffee, however, is always fresh, and better than most chain coffee. The service here is terrific. Haven't tried the doughy donuts, but if you like those, this place is probably a winner all-around.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
One of the best Starbucks in the area. This location sits atop the hill in the Wal-Mart Parking lot. Is just off the 15-fwy at Railroad Canyon. This location has 24-hr drive-thru. The staff is always friendly & this location is very fast compared to others in the area. The inside of the store is always kept clean & they have a large sitting area to enjoy your coffee with Free Wi-Fi.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Been here before and liked it, will go again BUT this past Saturday. Ana was our server, nice lady. I didn't think it was that busy for a Saturday but maybe for them it was as she apologized for the slow service. We never complained. I ordered #34 Genovessa - it was very bland. When I ate it for lunch today I doctored it up with garlic, salt & pepper and it was much better. 2 others ordered #30 Alfredo with no complaint except for when it came to the bill, they overcharged each of the meals $4.00 for the chicken that was ordered. When we questioned the server she didn't know then the owner came out and said she would make separate bills so we could understand. We didn't need separate bills they didn't understand that they did overcharge us. Alfredo [email protected] $19.95 already had the chicken in the price should have been $15.95. Then they added ***Alla Romano style 2 @$4.00 =$8.00 they didn't understand their own system. So if you order #30 Alfredo make sure they only charge you $15.95 not $19.95.
5 based on 7 reviews
There's a new donut place in town and it's fabulous. They also make terrific breakfast sandwiches. I like the large bagel with ham and egg. The donuts are soft and fluffy. Coffee is excellent. It's right off the I-15 at Diamond Dr exit. It's getting busy. They'll need more employees and more donuts!
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Located in historic downtown Lake Elsinore
Used to be a regular moved to Murrieta don't seem to get up that way much anymore. I took the family in for dinner the other night and I was really impressed. The food has always been authentic Mexican food with great flavors.
But I really like the remodel they've done over the past few years they really updated it the look. The service is fast the servers are always nice it's just a great restaurant. I'm gonna make it a point to go there regularly again.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
La Unica Cocina Mexicana means The Only Mexican Cuisine, but in the street where they are located we saw several Mexican restaurants. Is a daring title, because perhaps it implies that they stand alone in culinary excellence, and from the numbers of 5 Stars reviews found in Yelp, I even began to believe they were going to be that good.
So we decided to go, just a few days after a not very auspicious dinner at another highly rated Mexican place: Provecho, in Sun City. I was curious to compare one with the other.
Service was acceptable, place was nearly empty when we arrived at around 7:15 PM on a Wednesday, but gradually more patrons kept arriving. The restaurant area is built like a train cart, long and narrow.
Menu has changed, website description is incorrect. Food ordered:
Supremos Nachos, with Carne Asada, $14. An expensive failure that was no better than lesser priced Nachos. Pieces of Carne Asada chewy and old. Beans dried and tasteless, guacamole a little nicer but small, salsa acceptable but really a sad beginning for this highly praised eatery. No more than one Jalapeño slice in the concoction. 1.5 Stars.
Carnitas Combo (2), $14 each. One with Black beans, the other with Pinto refried beans. The refried old and dried, I heard that the black beans were better. Mexican rice well made. Two corn tortillas, stale and lukewarm. Carnitas were dry, a sip of water after each bite dry, charred and salty, with maybe one or two more tender pieces. Can’t believe how poorly made they were. 1.5 Stars.
Camarones al Mojo de Ajo, $16. With Black beans, rice and two corn tortillas. This Shrimp dish with garlic, according to the one who ordered it, was delicious. 4.5 Stars.
Enchiladas Shrimp, $15. Served with their refried beans, rice and two corn tortillas, and smothered in their red sauce, eater said it was okey, not great by a long shot. 3 Stars.
Churros w caramel inside, $8. Three small churros, with barely any caramel inside, covered in sugar, a joke that costs way too much for what it really was. 2 Stars.
Creme Brûlée, $9? Very well regarded by those who tried it. 4.5 Stars.
Water was fresh, chips warm, salsa average at best. Total close to $125 before gratuity. Let’s just say that this place is no bette, or worst, than just about any other Mexican restaurant.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
The view is great, the food good, the inside atmosphere funky, Bruce, the server is friendly, but good luck if you need a restroom. They have ONE working, filthy, "Porti-Potty." If you gotta go, ya gotta go, but you'll be tempted to burn your shoes when you leave that "Porti-Potty."
4.5 based on 41 reviews
At In-N-Out Burger, quality is everything. Stop by to enjoy our menu of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries and shakes. In-N-Out makes fast food the old fashioned way.
Animal style fries and a grilled cheese. Yum. Double double's and even grilled cheese sandwiches. Ordering off the secret menu is part of the fun of going to In n Out. The food is always great and service is friendly. Cleanliness seems to be part of the company mantra.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
A small place but a good place to go have a beer and the food may be a tad expensive but has been tasty every time we have gone.
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