This quaint little paint your own pottery is fun for the whole family. They have a great selection of items you won't get from one of the chains. A family run business, Jean's Ceramic World is a must see!
Vallee D'Brume has two locations, one on Margarita and one on Technology Drive. The cakes are well made and their custom work is excellent. They have fresh baked pasteries daily as well as some fresh cooked specials such as crepes, sandwiches and the Margarita location now has dinners. My one complaint is that they never seem to have the same items and their selection is a bit limited and eclectic as opposed to the bakeries I am used to from back east which have many more choices and more common fare. Try the croissants!
This Italian restaurant has one of the most friendly and talkative hosts. The food is above average and the atmosphere is a lively one. Not a quiet place and some of the entrees were large portioned but others were small without any correlation between price or indication on the menu. For instance, the salmon was very small portioned. Hopefully, they will become more consistent but overall it was a good time!
This place is the best for a spring, summer or fall lunch. They have good wines, a wide open picnic area with tasting bar and good boxed lunches. Not too expensive and the barkeeps have a good sense of humor. We would go back!
This venue is the best of the inflatable birthday party locations in the area. We have been to several and Pump it up is the cleanest, most organized and best maintained equipment. The kids love the slides, mazes and bounce houses. I have to say that my only complaint is that there isn't an adult sitting area. Although the kids don't seem to complain, it sometimes feels like they don't give the kids much time to play but the kids definitely have fun!
We love this cozy little Steakhouse. The steaks are always excellent. The seafood has been good but a little inconsistent with one experience top notch and the next, disappointing. The service is great though and for a steakhouse, they are less pricey than some of the competitors but their food is equal or better to the overpriced competition.
Ok. So you pull up to a strip mall and think, oh no, this can't be good. Then you walk in and are met with a delightfully warm atmosphere with a cozy bar area, live music on weekend evenings and a menu that is both comfort food and daring. You must have the Chef's cheese plate for a starter and the Bread Puddings for desert. We have enjoyed everything we have sampled and go back as often as we can. D'Canters also has a great wine list and supports local wineries. You can often find wine tasting events! It is a little pricey but it may very well be the best dining experience south of Corona and North of San Diego!
We almost missed this restaurant but we are glad we found it. The food is wonderfully prepared (compliments to the chef). All five of us found our dishes perfect. The portions are big enough for some leftovers. We only wish we had more people so we could have tried more of the creative menu but I guess we will just have to go back. The cheese presentation was a great starter and the Ahi Tartare was fabulous. The surf and turf of the day was a filet with U12 shrimp and large sea scallops. This is our new favorite place!
I almost missed this place since it is hidden behind some trees but I was meeting a client and he recommended it. I was not disappointed. The food was good, service was quick, the place was packed, and except for the rain leaking through one panel of the ceiling, everything was perfect.
Temecula Dance Company has great instructors, routinely wins competitions, and has tons of classes. Their fees are surprisingly reasonable! My 3 year old is learning so much
UPDATE: Our daughter is now 4 and a half and continues to show progress and continue to enjoy the classes. Her current instructor is even better than the last one she had!