Join a fun afternoon full of shopping, food, drinks and raffles in benefit of the Rise Again Foundation via Temecula Valley Hospital. Tickets for the event cost $10 at the door or can be pre-purchased for $5.00 via Eventbrite here.
If you’re looking for a great night out this Friday, try Luke’s on Front. They’re on the top floor of a building right in the heart of Old Town. We wanted to get away to the city but not have to drive far so this was the next best thing!
Luke’s on Front is one of Old Town’s newest neighbors; even occupying the top of a shiny new brick building on the South end of Front Street. But, regardless of the fact that it hasn’t been around very long, the place has already made a name for itself, due to its awesome view and unique menu.
Come on by at Happy Hour, Monday through Friday from 3:30 – 6:30 pm, for $3 off appetizers, $6 house wines and $1 off all other wines listed. For beer drinkers, there’s $5 local 16oz draft craft beers and $4 Coors Light/Bud Light drafts as well as $1 off all specialty drinks.
Luke’s on Front St. in Temecula is striving to be different than other restaurants in the area in more ways than one. Not only do they have an unparalleled view of Old Town’s main street drag, they also have a menu which bucks the trend of frozen and easily prepared meals.
The restaurant, which opened only a few months ago, was brought to life by owner Kelly Cusack. Cusack and her family have been living in the Temecula area since 1979 and have seen it change and grow in terms of development.
Article from Living in Temecula
When you are looking for delicious food in a wonderful setting, the newly opened Luke’s on Front in Temecula is a great place to go. The food here is a solid mix of American fusion and classic comfort food that is sure to please. – See more at: http://livingintemeculaca.com/check-lukes-front/
On the fourth floor, the Cusacks and the other co-owner of Luke’s, Ryan Klein, Kelly Cusack’s brother, were on hand to check out the progress on their space.
When open — they are hoping for May 1 — the restaurant will give Old Town another high-end dining option and one of its best views, a place to enjoy seafood while overlooking Old Town.
It also will feature a bar with 30 beers on tap and some gluten free options, lots of patio seating and a banquet area that can be rented out for engagement dinners, birthday parties and corporate gatherings, such as a medical device sales meeting.
The under-construction Front Street Plaza building at the corner of Third and Old Town Front streets in Old Town will be the home for a new eatery called Luke’s Restaurant.
According to city documents, the restaurant is seeking a minor conditional use permit to allow for the issuance of a liquor license for beer, wine and distilled spirits. The restaurant also plans to provide live, indoor entertainment.
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