Saturday January 19, 2013 / 10:45amFlavors of San Juan Capistrano
How was your experience?
It was a really interesting way to see the Rio Ojos district and other parts of San Juan Capistrano. Our tour guide was bubbly and interesting. She took time to connect with all the guests. Wish we would have had a few more substantial samples. We had chips, a tomato with goat cheese, a tiny ramekin (kind used for a little ranch dressing dip) of delicious tomato soup and finally a 1/4 of a delicious burger. We left hungry... The first wine sample was ample, but the second glass was just a sip at another restaurant. Usually the food tours have too much food that you leave full. The restaurateurs recognize that we will most likely be back (as we were all locals), so they should think about treating us well...fuller samples and ample pour on the wine. A great tip for the tour would be....to hand out a little half-sheet of the places we will visit, a little history and something special about the restaurant or building. They could have the websites and maybe a link to the menu and some special things....events, live music, etc.