A few months back my parents took on another exciting new venture- remodeling a new home! They have been busy with permits, architects and interior designers- and of course some good old zestin. Afterall I got my zestyness from my diy parents! So this weekend we ventured down to help lay floors, clean and move- busy busy! Can’t wait to show you guys the pics of progress, some awesome ideas coming your way!! In the meantime I did manage to sneak away for an Mmmmmonday adventure up on old town Temecula after my bday hot air balloon ride (pics of that adventure to come soon too!)
As you first enter there is a drink bar on your right with all sorts of fun beverages from coffee and tea to kombucha on tap and acai smoothies!! My kind of place!!
Loving all the details of decor from the light fixtures and patina to dried lavender and fresh flowers.
Plus they have a great selection of gluten free and pale baked goodies, heyy ho!!
Couldn’t resist some kombucha on tap!!
Loved the chicken silhouette on the bathroom door and the old school water decanter made in Italy!!
This little nook was an adorable market with all local goods…
After the drink bar we strolled on over to the food counter to order up some yummy lunch.
They brought out some yummy pale biscuits with strawberry jam- so cute and tasty!
Of course we ahd to split to try more of their amazing dishes! Here we have the “Mario’s” which is an aged italian meat, nimans bacon, basil pesto, tomato flat bread with two farm eggs. It was AMAZING!
Here we have the “It’s an East Coast Thing” which are farm eggs, poached in red sauce, with house made meatballs, ricotta, parmesan and parsley with butter grilled ciabatta bread. Another tasty and really different option
I really hope you get a chance to stroll through Old Town Temecula, it’s an adorable little hidden gem right near some great wineries. A foodies heaven