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San Vicente Golf Resort

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Located a short distance from San Diego city, San Vicente Golf Resort is a haven away from the lights, traffic and noise. This multi-purpose facility features a wide variety of time-filling choices, including a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool (heated year-round) with jacuzzi and a one-foot wading pool, lighted tennis courts (with tennis racquets and balls available for complimentary use), hiking trails, fitness courses or a relaxing atmosphere to read a book under a tree.
San Vicente Golf Resort is also home to two equestrian centers, the International Equestrian Center and the Casey Tibbs Western Center, and is available to host horse shows of every kind, including everything from kick-it-up barrel racing to the prim and proper dressage. Maintained horse trails are abundant throughout its 3,250 acre community. The Oaks Grille, Par Lounge and Deck offer an extensive menu of both food and beverage at affordable prices, and proudly serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week to keep patrons fueled for whatever activities they choose to partake in while at San Vicente Resort. Other amenities include premium cable/satellite television, guest rooms that include beds with pillow top mattresses, balconies, complimentary wireless Internet access and more.
24157 San Vicente Rd, Ramona, CA 92065
(760) 789-8290 sdcea.net
  • Accessibility Details: Handicapped parking available.
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 7am - 6pm; Sat, 8am - 5pm
  • Accessible: yes
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Affordable Treasures June 30, 2013 at 06:42 am
We also have tried countless times to like this place, unfortunately the food is just terrible andRead More the waitresses clearly unhappy with their job, maybe if they finally got a good chef and tried to stop selling rubbish overpriced food they may get somewhere, nothing good to say about this place honestly except that its a good location wasted
San Vicente Golf Resort July 2, 2013 at 01:08 pm
Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts with us. All comments are taken seriously. If youRead More have further input I would be very interested in hearing. Janice Baldridge, Marketing Coordinator, San Vicente Resort, 760-310-5107, janice.baldridge@sdcea.net
Jewels July 16, 2013 at 02:12 pm
Janice, thank you for taking this seriously. Although we no longer living SDCE, many of our friendsRead More do. We still live in Ramona. I would LOVE to be able to eat a nice dinner out and would gladly drive to SDCE if you can correct the issues. This can be the 'go to place' for all of Ramona if someone cared to make it that way. You have a great venue, but the food is hit and miss and the wait staff is more miss than hit. The best suggestion I can make is to hire someone to come in and evaluate your restaurant (a local SDCE resident or Ramonan) that can come in once or twice a month and let you know where you are succeeding and where you need work. It needs to not be SDCE staff, as they will always get better service than a nobody. If you need lessons on what a waiter should be like, visit Mr. A's in SD, or ask for Victor at Casa Reveles. Maybe Victor will train your wait staff! It has been very frustrating for many years as a home owner. On the food, I dont think its the quality of what you are buying thats the problem. From what I hear from people you have a decent chef on staff. Since the food is hit and miss, maybe the problem is the chefs working for him when he is off? Also, you should not run out of items. Now if it happens to be you run out of Lobster, ok I get that one. But you should not be out of meatloaf (as example). If you run out of your dinner special at 6pm, then your chef should be able to come up with something else - even if it is a regular menu item at a special price, or pairing with a wine and desert. They can be creative! I really do hope you fix the issue. I think many people feel like this can be so much more if someone is willing to make it that way. Good luck getting SDCE to take this seriously.
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