Fiesta de Reyes
Fiesta de Reyes Review
North of San Diego's Old Town Plaza lies the area's unofficial center, built to represent a colonial Mexican plaza. This collection of shops and restaurants around a central courtyard in blossom with magenta bougainvillea, scarlet hibiscus, and other flowers in season reflect what it might have looked like in the early California days, from 1821 to 1872, complete with shops stocked with items reminiscent of that era. More than a dozen shops and restaurants line the plaza (Casa de Reyes is a great stop for a margarita and some chips and guacamole), and if you are lucky, you might catch a mariachi band or folklorico dance performance on the plaza stage—check the website for times and upcoming special events.
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