Deliciás is Rancho Santa Fe’s summer dining hot spot

— Submitted press release
Deliciás Restaurant’s owner Owen Perry has developed the restaurant in many ways since acquiring the property in 2008. Most recently Perry has brought in a certified sommelier to expand the wine selections from the cellar to over 340 labels, taking the count in the award- winning wine cellar to more than 2,000 bottles.

Selections have also expanded to include 24 wines-by-the-glass, providing patrons the opportunity to not just enjoy many classic favorites, but get to know some special sommelier selections, as well.

Perry explains, “I have owned many restaurants over the past 20 years. I enjoy the business and living in the Ranch has provided such a great experience for my family and me personally. Living here has also helped to develop the food and beverage and environment at Deliciás.”

The beginning of summer marks even more changes for the Deliciás menu, including the addition of theme lunches to make the summer even more special. Guests have suggested a casual environment where they can relax and kick off their weekend, and owner Perry has listened. Deliciás is not just a great place for steak, chops and seafood, but a wonderful experience for the whole family.

Every Thursday guests have the choice to dine on the patio for burgers and barbecue, featuring summer offerings like pulled pork sandwiches. Lunchtime on Friday is now a fiesta. The new “Fiesta Friday” lunch menu includes authentic street tacos for only $3 at the “build your own” taco bar. Add carnitas, lime, cilantro, onion, tomato, guacamole, sour cream, red and green salsas to tacos and enjoy an authentic taste of Mexico in a relaxed, comfortable environment.

And what party is complete without a great Mexican beer? The bar is now offering the option to buy beers by the glass or by the bucket. So bring friends down to Deliciás and kick off the weekend right.

With the recent successful changes to the summer selections at Deliciás, the restaurant is not only developing new concepts, but is staying true to its roots, as well. The original concept and design for Deliciás Restaurant was developed by Wolfgang Puck and many elements of the Rancho Santa Fe establishment continue to be influenced by the celebrity chef. Executive Chef Knowles’ experience working with Wolfgang directly has allowed him to continue the strong traditions Deliciás has become known for, while developing new menu selections to meet the changing dining landscape in Rancho Santa Fe. Add that to Owen Perry’s successful experiences as a restaurateur and Deliciás is poised for a very successful summer — and beyond.

Delicias Restaurant is located at 6106 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, 92091; 858-756-8000; Delicias Restaurant; Make reservations or find more information at

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