We’re Loco for Locals!

September 22, 2009

Summer’s over and the tourists have gone home.  Now it’s our turn to party!  At Fiesta de Reyes, we’ve put together some fantastic specials at really good prices.  We’re talking drinks included!  But shhhhh… it’s for locals only.  Spread the word, but do it quietly.  If somebody from Berlin comes in saying you told ’em about the local special, we’ll disavow all knowledge of any such thing.

Ask your server for details.  Quietly.

Fiesta de Reyes has introduced an outstanding offer for groups wishing to host an event at the newly reopened Old Town San Diego State Historic Park venue.  Grab at least 40 of your favorite people and book an event nobody will soon forget in one of San Diego’s most charming settings.  Here are the details: https://fiestadereyes.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/fdrflyer5.pdf

CONTACT: Julia Simms / 858.689.9909 / julia@jsimmsagency.com
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Sept. 14, 2009

Casa de Reyes earned the title of “Best Salsa” in all of Old Town at the Fiesta of Flavors event and fundraiser held last Friday by the Old Town Chamber of Commerce.

“We are proud to serve our award-winning salsa at Casa de Reyes,” says owner Chuck Ross. “Made with the freshest ingredients and a unique blend of traditional Mexican flavors, it really is the best salsa in Old Town.”

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Get in the ghoulish mood with a free spooky movie night hosted by Fiesta de Reyes in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. Bring a warm blanket and your bravest face and enjoy the movie “Beetlejuice” under the stars. The movie night will be held Friday, Oct. 30, at 8 p.m. in the Fiesta de Reyes courtyard, 2754 Calhoun St., in Old Town San Diego. Admission is free.

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Get a bit of history and a good fun scare with a ghostly tour of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park this Halloween season. Lead by an unfortunately clueless ghost hunter, participants are guaranteed to see plenty of ghosts, many of whom were real San Diegans who experienced tragic deaths in Old Town during the 1800s. Beginning Oct. 9, tours will be held twice nightly every Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and 7. Tours meet at the Visitor Center near the intersection of Wallace and Calhoun streets and are limited to 50 participants. Tickets are available at the Visitor Center or online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com. Tickets are $8 plus a service fee online and $10 at the Visitor Center. A family discount is available at the Visitors Center where the first two family members are $10 each and each additional immediate family member is only $5. This special is only available at the Visitor Center. Credit cards are not accepted at the Visitor Center.

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