Maria Isabel Restaurant 31401 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The Marie Isabel restaurant is a small local favorite of the Mexican community of San Juan Capistrano and is for people…More who enjoy inexpensive, yet authentic Mexican cuisine. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and all items are offered during all meal periods, so it is quite popular for people working night shifts and labor jobs nearby. Popular dishes are steak with cactus seafood soups and ceviche tostadas. Mexican television, music and sporting events are broadcast on the eatery's TV screens.
Carl's Jr. Restaurants 31852 Del Obispo St, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 San Juan Capistrano is located on the 5-Interstate, which links Los Angeles to all points south to San Diego and the…More Mexico border. There are several exits from the 5-Interstate, and San Juan Capistrano has become a major hub for travelers. This exit offers many fast-food restaurant, a gas station and hotels, and everything is designed for quick access. This Carl's Jr. Restaurant is located in the heart of this exit and is open 24/7. All of the popular Carl's menu items are available including the new, popular teriyaki burger.
Ruby's Diner 31781 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 Ruby's is a Southern California family restaurant chain. This San Juan Capistrano outpost, located on the top floor of…More the Franciscan shopping plaza, has an outdoor terrace for dining al fresco. For kids, Ruby's offers shakes, fries, chicken wings and burgers; for adults, the full cocktail bar menu is specially priced for Happy Hour, which lasts all night.
L'Hirondelle Restaurant 31631 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 Since 1982, the French bistro L'Hirondelle has been serving traditional French cuisine to locals and visitors to San…More Juan Capistrano. It is located in the Hacienda Plaza, which is adjacent to the train station and across the street from the historic Mission compound. L'Hirondelle serves old-style French fare such as Beef Bourguignon, Poulet Marie-Antoinette and Lapin a la Liegeoise. They have a wonderful wine list from which you can order by the glass, carafe or bottle. The shaded outdoor patio is the perfect spot for an afternoon luncheon.
Ricardo's Place 32082 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 Ricardo's Place is one of San Juan Capistrano's favorite Mexican restaurants. The family owned spot is one of two…More locations in the Orange County area. The menu is filled with Mexican favorites such as quesadillas, burritos, nachos and roasted pork. All of the ingredients are from local farms, so there's freshness to Ricardo's that you don't find at fast food joints. Take advantage of online ordering and pick up when your food is ready. Ricardo's serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Arby's 31776 Del Obispo St, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 San Juan Capistrano is located on the 5-Interstate, which links Los Angeles to all points south to San Diego and the…More Mexico border. There are several exits from the 5-Interstate, and San Juan Capistrano has become a major hub for travelers. This exit offers many fast-food restaurants, a gas station, hotels and everything is designed for quick access. Arby's is one of the first fast-food restaurants to come onto the scene in the 1960's. It started with a simple roast beef sandwich, but now prepares fish, chicken and beef on its menu. This location is open 24/7.
O’Neill Museum 31831 Los Rios St, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The O'Neill Museum is located in the Los Ramos Street Historical district, where many of the first buildings were…More created in 1880s for the new town San Juan Capistrano. In 1976, the Cornwell Family, then the owners of the building and the nearby El Adobe restaurant donated the structure to the San Juan Capistrano Historical Society. The building became known as the O'Neill Museum after the O'Neill family donated a large sum of money to the society for the refurbishment of the structure. It now holds the archives of photos, books, documents, maps, genealogical records and oral histories for the historical society. Visitors today are allowed to view the house, which is furnished in the style of that period, and view all of the collected photos and archives of the town.
San Juan Capistrano, population 34,839 according to 2006 Census data, is nestled among rolling hills and located…More directly off the I-5. Its residents distinguish their city from other South Orange County ones by highlighting its history as one of California's oldest towns, and its swaths of open space and its numerous schools, including four private high schools.
The city is located less than four miles from the coast, with an easily accessible trail that leads bicyclists and pedestrians to Doheny Sate Beach. Its small downtown is filled with mom-and-pop restaurants and retailers, but its crown is the Mission San Juan Capistrano—"The Jewel of the Missions"—which was founded in 1776. Visitors departing the Amtrak or Metrolink train enter the heart of downtown in the Los Rios Historic District, which comprises one of the oldest continuing neighborhoods in Orange County, including three adobe homes built in 1794.
Los Rios Park is located in the historical Los Rios Street District, which is a landmarked area of San Juan…More Capistrano, but this new park was actually dedicated in 2009. The district was in much need of parking, so a large lot was created along with the park.
Although modern in design, the park retains the small-town character that is native to the area. It is adjacent to the historic Montanez Adobe and is within walking distance of shops and restaurants. The park has a play area for children as well as picnic and recreation areas. There are restrooms. Walking paths connect to the Trabuco Creek Trail and the train station. The park is operated by the City of San Juan Capistrano.