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Join Casa Sol y Mar for San Diego Restaurant Week, Jan. 19-26!


Enjoy your favorite Casa Sol y Mar dishes at discounted prices during San Diego Restaurant Week. Check out our special lunch and dinner menus below.

Get into the Holiday Spirit with Casa Sol y Mar’s Seasonal Menu!


Head to Casa Sol y Mar for a delicious holiday menu, featuring our famous Turkey Mole Tamales.

Feast on our Taco Special to Celebrate National Taco Day!


National Taco Day is best celebrated with friends, so join us on October 4 to enjoy our Taco Feast Platter of eight tacos served with guacamole, salsa quemada and chipotle ranch sauce for $24.95. Each platter comes with two of the following tacos: Carne Asada, Carnitas, Grilled Chicken and Battered or Grilled Fish.

San Diego Restaurant Week is Back! Sept. 22-29


Love trying new restaurants? San Diego Restaurant Week is the perfect time to do just that! Check out the special menus Casa Sol y Mar will be serving for San Diego Restaurant Week, September 22-29.

Nominate Us in San Diego CityBeat’s “Best of San Diego” Poll!


Nominations are now open for San Diego CityBeat’s “Best of San Diego” poll!

Please help us win in the following categories:

  • Best Happy Hour
  • Best Margarita
  • Best Michelada
  • Best Burrito
  • Best Family Restaurant
  • Best Fish Tacos
  • Best Mexican Restaurant
  • Best Restaurant Staff
  • Best San Diego Restaurant
  • Best Tacos

Nominations close on August 13. Final voting will take place August 28-September 17 for the top 5 nominations.

Visit to learn more.

Join Us for a National Tequila Day Celebration!

Wednesday, July 24 is National Tequila Day! Come celebrate at Casa Sol y Mar! We’ll be serving $20 flights of Hornitos® Premium Tequila all day long.

Try Plata, the silver tequila for its subtle citrus notes, Reposado for a medium, slightly woody flavor or Añejo for a bold blend of sweet vanilla,hazelnut and dried fruit.

See for yourself why Hornitos® 100% pure agave tequila is “a shot worth taking.”

Enter Casa Sol y Mar’s National Avocado Day Social Media Contest!


Photo courtesy of Del Mar Highlands Town Center

Are you ready for National Avocado Day? We are – we love avocados and guacamole (YUM)!

Share our excitement for everything avocados by entering our caption contest! Visit us on Facebook and caption our famous Concha de Guacamole with your most creative avocado or guacamole pun. The best caption will receive a $50 gift certificate to Casa Sol y Mar!

One lucky winner will be announced on National Avocado Day, July 31 at 3 p.m.

*Limit one entry per person.

Casa Sol y Mar Father’s Day Specials!


Visit Casa Sol y Mar in Del Mar Highlands Town Center to enjoy specials including a Taco Feast, three soft tacos and your choice of Carne Asada, Pollo Asado, Carnitas or fish, served with fresh pico de gallo, queso cotija, guacamole, salsa quemada, refried beans and Mexican rice for $17.95. Or try the Carne Asada Vaquero, flame grilled carne asada cooked with sautéed mushrooms, onions and mild green chiles, then drizzled with jalapeno cream sauce, served with black beans and handmade tortillas for $19.95. Enjoy a Tour of Mexico Beer Bucket with four beers for $20 or a Hornitos Tequila Flight with three types of tequila for $20.

Treat Mom to Brunch at Casa Sol y Mar!


This Mother’s Day, treat mom to a beautiful brunch buffet at Casa Sol y Mar. Enjoy favorites the breakfast burrito bar, carving station, dessert station and more! Only $28.95 for adults and $12.95 for children 10 years and younger.

Dine, Drink and Dance: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Casa Sol y Mar!


Enjoy live mariachi music, folkloric dancers, authentic Mexican cuisine and refreshing margaritas during the Cinco de Mayo celebrations at Diane Powers Bazaar del Mundo Restaurants: Casa Guadalajara, Casa de Pico, Casa de Bandini and Casa Sol y Mar.

Throughout Cinco de Mayo weekend, Diane Powers’ award-winning restaurants will celebrate with inspired “Cinco” fare, such as “Cincoritas,” delicious strawberry, kiwi and lemon-lime margaritas decked out in the colors of the Mexican flag; and “Enchiladas Banderas,” a savory sampling of chicken, cheese and beef enchiladas served with three different sauces – rojas, verde and blanca (red, green and white).

Additional offerings and entertainment vary by location:

Casa Guadalajara, Old Town:

4105 Taylor Street, San Diego, 619-295-5111, www.casaguadalajara.comMay 4–5: Enjoy drink specials in the lively Cantina, including cans of Tecate and Dos Equis for $5.50. At the entrance of Casa Guadalajara, guests will be welcomed into a marketplace filled with art, clothing, accessories and other merchandise from around the world, plus delicious Mexican cuisine for purchase and activities for kids. Mariachis and ballet folklorico dancers will perform throughout the restaurant.

Casa de Pico, Grossmont Center, La Mesa:

5500 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa, 619-463-3267,

May 4–5: Head into the cantina to celebrate with $5 tacos, $7 shots and $8.95 margaritas! Additional drink specials will be offered both days, including giveaways from Tecate and Dos Equis, and hourly tequila specials featuring Cabo Wabo, Patron and Tres Generaciones. Mariachis, troubadours and ballet folklorico dancers will provide live entertainment throughout the restaurant.

Casa de Bandini, The Forum, Carlsbad:

1901 Calle Barcelona, Carlsbad, 760-634-3443,

May 4­­­–5: Spice up your fiesta with the Carnitas Taco Sampler and wash them down with Casa de Bandini’s Don Julio margaritas. Sip on specialty cocktails with drink specials by the hour, offered Saturday and Sunday. The fiesta wouldn’t be complete without live Mariachi music and Folkloric dancers.

Casa Sol y Mar, Del Mar Highlands Town Center, Del Mar:

12865 El Camino Real, 858-792-4100,

May 4–5: Enjoy festive food and drink specials in the Cantina such as the Tour of Mexico Bucket of Beer, five different beers for $20 and the Taco Sampler, three kinds of tacos for $7. Music and folkloric performances will take place throughout the weekend.

Cinco de Mayo holiday celebrates the Battle of Puebla, in which vastly outnumbered Mexican forces defeated the Imperialist French Army on May 5, 1862. Today, in the U.S., Cinco de Mayo is widely depicted as a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage.

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