6 Places to Eat and Drink in Rancho Santa Fe

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Although tucked away into its own exclusive setting surrounded by beautiful homes and stunning landscapes, Rancho Santa Fe, California, has its own budding food scene. Visitors and residents of the community travel here to enjoy a one-of-a-kind ambiance that can only be found in the gorgeous Rancho Santa Fe community.

There’s no shortage of places for one to stop for a delicious culinary experience. The establishments listed below are just a few favorite spots in the community.

Thyme in the Ranch             

Thyme

This is a go-to for bakery items, continental breakfast, and lunch. Stop in to enjoy a fresh baked good and a latte. Thyme in the Ranch is located at 16905 Avenida de Acacias and is open Tuesday through Saturday.

Mille Fleurs           

To experience some of the best cuisine in the nation, stop at Mille Fleurs. Here you can enjoy lunch and dinner, or stay late for an evening at the piano bar. Mille Fleurs is located at 6009 Paseo Delicias.

Veladora

veladora

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Veladora is conveniently located in Rancho Valencia. It features exquisite decor and an even more opulent menu. Veladora is located at 5921 Valencia Circle.

The Pony Room

Also located in Rancho Valencia, The Pony Room is your choice for a more casual dining experience. However, just because it offers a more casual atmosphere does not mean the cuisine is lacking! The menu and variety of specialty cocktails is not to be missed. The Pony Room is located at 5921 Valencia Circle.

Morada

Morada

For an authentically California experience, dine at Morada. Located at The Inn in Rancho Santa Fe, Morada features equestrian elements that blend perfectly with life in the Ranch. Morada is located at 5951 Linea Del Cielo.

Rancho Santa Fe Food Company

Rancho Santa Fe Food Company offers a bakery, breakfast, and lunch items as well as a fully-stocked market for those busy days. It’s opening summer 2016.

View all of Delorine Jackson’s listings in Rancho Santa Fe here.

Images courtesy of Thyme in the Ranch, Veladora, and Morada

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