Fiesta de Reyes is celebrating its fifth year of being in business with a month full of special offers and discounts for its customers. Located in the northeast corner of the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, Fiesta de Reyes includes two authentic Mexican restaurants, Casa de Reyes and Barra Barra Saloon, and 19 locally owned shops. The dining and shopping plaza pays tribute to early California with festive live Mexican music and folklorico dancing.
“Over the past five years, Fiesta de Reyes has seen a dramatic turnaround into a profitable anchor establishment in Old Town with unprecedented popularity among tourists and locals alike – having built a loyal following within both groups,” said Proprietor Chuck Ross. “We want to use the entire month to honor and appreciate our loyal fans and customers.”
Fiesta de Cinco, specials will be offered throughout the month at the two Fiesta de Reyes restaurants. Customers will also have the opportunity to win gift certificates to the restaurants on the Fiesta de Reyes Facebook page every Friday.
During the month, customers will get to take advantage of discounted menu items and specially priced drinks, including:
Jan. 6 to 11 – Half-priced appetizers with the purchase of two entrees and $3 specialty draft beer
Jan. 13 to 18 -- Free guacamole with purchase of two entrees and half-priced large house margarita (limit two per person)
Jan. 20 to 25 -- Any two-item combination platter for $10 and $5 sangria specials
Jan. 27 to 31 -- $10 sizzling fajita platters and $3 wine by the glass
Sunday, Jan. 12 – Free churros for every table (limit one per table)
Sunday, Jan. 19 -- Free churros for every table (limit one per table)
Sunday, Jan. 26 – Buy one entrée; get one free with online coupon
Proprietor Chuck Ross was awarded the Fiesta de Reyes concession in January 2009 and celebrated the grand opening on Cinco de Mayo that same year. In July 2013, the concession expanded to include the Cosmopolitan Hotel & Restaurant, a 10-room boutique hotel with an Americana grill featuring selections from the ranch, ocean and farm.
The shops and restaurants, live musicians and local artisans demonstrating their artistic craft make Fiesta de Reyes a lively experience with a daily party ambiance. It is located at Juan and Calhoun streets, a one-block stroll from the Old Town Trolley Station. Free parking is available at the CalTrans headquarters, just two blocks from the plaza at 4050 Taylor St. in Old Town.
For more information about the fifth anniversary of Fiesta de Reyes, visit oldtownmexicanfood.com or facebook.com/fiestadereyes.