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Casa de Bandini Named “Best Mexican Restaurant” by Ranch & Coast Magazine


Recently, Ranch & Coast Magazine compiled a list of the Best Restaurants of 2019. We are thrilled that Casa de Bandini was chosen as Best Mexican Restaurant!

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Ranch & Coast Names Casa de Bandini the Best Mexican Restaurant in San Diego


Ranch & Coast has named Casa de Bandini the best Mexican restaurant in San Diego! The magazine revealed its “Best of 2015” winners and Casa de Bandini took home the title of “Best Mexican” for the second year in a row.

Thank you to everyone who voted!

See what all the rave is about and try our authentic Mexican cuisine today. From our fine cocktail selection to savory dishes, you are sure to order a winner. Check out our menu and plan your next visit with us.

Casa de Bandini Awarded
Best Ceviche in North County!



Casa de Bandini Best Ceviche

Casa de Bandini:
Savor the Splendor of Mexico



Casa de Bandini

Savor The Splendor Of Mexico


Diane Powers’ Casa de Bandini restaurant at The

Forum in Carlsbad greets guests with the flavors of

Old Mexico.Offering authentic regionally-inspired

Mexican fare, Casa de Bandini is an aesthetic

delight—decorated down to the tiniest detail with

precise intention and hand-crafted furnishings that

evoke a genuine impression of the color,warmth, and

splendor of Mexico.


Guests can dine under colorful umbrellas on the

beautiful outdoor patio, reminiscent of the vibrant

haciendas throughout the Mexican countryside, or

enjoy the dining room, decorated with fine Mexican

folk art and hand-painted murals.


Using the freshest ingredients and a multitude of

sauces to make unforgettable authentic cuisine,

Casa de Bandini’s menu showcases favorites from

its original location in Old Town State Historic Park,

as well as innovative new entrees.To round out the

experience, Casa de Bandini’s strolling mariachi band

serenades diners with festive Mexican folk music.

You’ll feel like you just traveled across the border.


Courtesy of Ranch & Coast Magazine



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