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This was once the best steak house east of El Cajon. After being sold by Ms. Martino, the last few owners have failed to live up to it's predecessor. The restaurant is once again up for sale. It is closed at this time. The closure...More
About the only option for dinner in Pine Valley, Calvin's is a full service restaurant with a separate sports bar section. A good menu as well as a full bar is available. We ate there twice after hiking in the Laguna Mountains nearby. On the...More
Our pre-Labor Day took us out of the very hot Imperial Valley to San Diego Mountain communities with a lot of others. Julian was so crowded that we just drove through and decided to rather try our luck in Pine Valley.
We had planned on...More
I entered at 9:50pm on Saturday night , and the kitchen closed at 10. The locals hang out out back and play horseshoe. Everyone was friendly and pleasant to talk to. I was sent on a mission to retrieve a pizza for my wife who...More
We stopped in Pine Valley just to find somewhere to stay and discovered Calvin's by chance. The food was very tasty, they had some decent beer and wine and we were made to feel very welcome by the staff.
My kids and I stayed in Pine Valley as part of a mini-dude ranch experience at Rockin CW Ranch (booked through VRBO). We did trail rides during the day and then were too tired to cook diner. :-) So we explored the local eateries. Calvin's...More
So, been meaning to stop by for a meal, and finally made it last night. Small homey rustic sportsbar with good food. My picky daughter didn't like the nachos because they use home made chips and home made beans, but I loved it as well...More
Chicken sandwich was passable, but the worst fish tacos and coffee on the planet. The place is nice, just the food is terrible. Fish tacos in a nice restaurant are supposed to have fish (not deep fried stuff in horrible tasting oil), also cabbage, tomatoes,...More