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Solterra Winery

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Solterra Winery

28 Reviews
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934 N Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA 92024-2049
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JimmyJackk wrote a review Apr 2019
San Marcos, California4,973 contributions19,475 helpful votes
Stopped in for Sunday night dinner. Seated quickly service was good. Had a few tapas with the Brussel sprouts being the best. Enjoyable other than train going by every so often.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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drbluebird wrote a review Aug 2018
San Diego, California6 contributions1 helpful vote
Just enjoyed new items on the Solterra Winery menu created by their new stellar Chef Daniel. The salt caramel cheesecake is indeed something you should not miss. With great staff and relaxed ambiance they serve a great night out,Solterra is also open for lunch and Happy Hour.)
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Polly M wrote a review Jul 2018
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Wonderful variety of wines-- and a few beers on tap- plus interesting "small plates " food choices, in a warm, hip place Made for a great place to stop. And on Mondays, it's Happy Hour prices all night at the bar,.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Cindy W wrote a review Jun 2018
Vista, California141 contributions40 helpful votes
We decided to use our gift card for wine and appetizers for lunch. The wines were good, but the bottles were 40.00 and up. The cheese/bread/jams were tasty. Quiet if you go at noon. Sitting on front patio watching people go by. The parking is almost impossible, park on street or in the dirt lot across the street.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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cybermd wrote a review May 2018
Highlands Ranch, Colorado170 contributions49 helpful votes
A really fun place with a cool California vibe. Good food, but not much discount at Happy Hour and the waiter forgot to give us the discount anyway. Come here to taste the interesting wines, some of which (Syrah and Zinfandel) are quite good and hear very good music. Three settings with very different ambience: 1) the barrel room smells like wine and has great acoustics and community tables. 2) The restaurant is cozy with nice views of the street and a great sit down tasting bar. 3) The outside patio, with cool ocean breezes and s nice fire pit. Avoid the meat and cheese plate which only had about 3 ounces of meat and cheese for $30.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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