Boll Weevil Ramona

Still one of my favorite burgers up the hill.  The blue cheese / bacon at the Weev!  Their fries are fairly blah and institutional so I usually get the hot, crunchy onion rings. Review by Dan Edwards First published at Food Observations Republished here with permission. Other links for Boll Weevil Ramona: www.bollweevilrestaurants.com www.facebook.com/pages/Boll-Weevil/228808403802994?rf=729017617121614 www.yelp.com/biz/boll-weevil-ramona…

Oaks Grille

This week we went to the Oaks Grille/Par Lounge for our burger. We’ve actually been eating these burgers here for years and they have always been consistently good. Their burger menu is fairly small and simple, but highly customizable. Don’t be afraid to get creative and ask for it to be made how you like…

Da Tuna Shack

For our recent burger review set, I passed on my usual sushi roll and tried one of their original burger creations.  This one had a lot going on…  Onion rings, jalapeños, sweaty cheese, etc.  I forget what it was called.  It was overall a tasty and satisfying meal.  Best part were the fresh, deep fried…

El Taco Loco Shop

More hole-in-the-wall tacos this week! This time at El Taco Loco inside Ramona Market.  Three adobada tacos for $4.49. The meat was not very lean, chunks of fat throughout. Great flavor and fresh taste otherwise. Chips on the plate were a nice touch. Menu here is pretty expansive, including burritos, tacos, tortas, quesadillas, etc. Even…

SDCEA Trail System

One of the greatest features of the good life in the San Diego Country Estates is the vast network of horse and hiking trails for use by residents.  Just found this great map of the SDCE trail system produced by the San Diego Country Estates Association (SDCEA) for their website, located at www.sdcea.net. Click here…

Bikers Enjoy a Ride Through Ramona

Both Highway 67 and Highway 78 are beautiful scenic highways favored by bikers and motorcycle clubs for ages.  Not as well known, but equally beautiful and interesting a ride are Highland Valley Road and Old Julian Road.  No ride through Ramona is complete without a stop at one of your favorite local bars to quench…

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