I'm not good at trying off chain places but my husband picked this place for our anniversary dinner and the food and wine was fabulous! I'm thinking this will have to become our new anniversary...
24312 Del Prado
Dana Point CA 92629
Dana Point CA 92629
About this place
- Mon: 5:30pm-9pm
- Tue: 5:30pm-9pm
- Wed: 5:30pm-9pm
- Thu: 5:30pm-9pm
- Fri: 5:30pm-10pm
- Sat: 5:30pm-10pm
- Sun: 5:30pm-9pm
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We finally found a place... We will come back to. Food is delicious and the service was excellent, definitely we're coming back next time we come to vacation at Dana Point!!!
Mediocre overall. The food here certainly doesn't deserve much praise but the ambience is very charming, however. With standard offerings such as Vitello Parmigiana and Calamari I was very...
Nice dinner with friends. Cozy, sweet, and nice location. Walking distance to bars and walking areas. Beautiful entrees and great wine list! I had the Spaghetti Fresco and my husband had the...
Holy cow- loved this place!We rented a room for a large (25 person) business dinner. The downside was that the room (which was a sort of wine cellar) was EXTREMELY loud- but I think that was as...
For more than two decades, two generations of the Luhan family have set the standard for Orange County’s ever-evolving culinary landscape. The first to introduce the use of fresh pasta to the local dining scene, the Luhans were also the first to manufacture their own line of homemade olive oils made on the premise of their farm in Tuscany and shipped to their OC restaurants.The origins of the Luhan’s culinary dynasty can be traced to long before the family opened their first establishment, What’s Cooking? Bistro located in Newport Beach. It began with the family matriarch, Mary Vallera, first to set sail from her homeland of Prota, Italy who traveled to the land of opportunity - the United States.While her three daughters often surrounded her in the kitchen, it was her youngest daughter Lucia who displayed the most intense interest in culinary activities. She was curious about the use of ingredients, the fine art of pasta making and the many recipes her family used for creating sauces. Lucia’s keen interest in gastronomy continued to develop throughout the years.