New Local Lunch Choices for ME! – La Costa Town Square Opening

I work at Camden Old Creek apartments in San Marcos, more specifically San Elijo Hills. Not to knock the few fine eating establishments nearby, but there really has been a small selection of lunch places for me…until now! Right down the street from us La Costa Town Square has opened up and I cannot wait to try each and every eating establishment. Since I have only just returned to work from maternity leave, I have not had a chance to try any of these places yet. Let me tell you what I’ve got my eye on.

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#1 and tippy top of my list is The Baked Bear ice cream parlor…..they make custom ice cream sandwiches. I mean really! You can pick your cookie or brownie, pick your flavor of ice cream, throw on a topping and done! I sadly have already gone on their website to choose my future combinations. Let me say that it involves chocolate chips, strawberry cheesecake, and Oreo crumbs…not that I’m obsessing over it or anything.

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Habit Burger will be my nextstop. I have not been yet either but all of my co-workers have. They have compared it to InNOut Burger. While I will not accept a replacement for InNOut, I am happy to add to my burger joint list. They also have amazing hot fudge sundaes from what I’ve heard as well.

There’s also a handful of town square staples like Chipotle, Noodles & Company, Luna Grill, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, and a sushi place called Yamariki Sushi.

All in all, I am so excited to accept this new challenge and will be sure to update on my food adventure as I go!

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