Reviews on Pub food in Watsonville, California, United States. The south Santa Cruz County region of Watsonville and Pajaro Valley boast pristine beaches and a Mediterranean climate. Birders flock to the miles of trails around the Wetlands of Watsonville. Nearby, the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Reserve is one of California's last undisturbed wetlands and is ideal for bird watching. An annual Birding Festival, the Strawberry Festival, a weekly farmer's market, Watsonville Plaza, and the Agricultural History Museum are sights not to be missed.
Things to do in Watsonville
4 based on 34 reviews
This is really a home style restaurant that serves up delicious food- breakfast, lunch & dinner, with family portions. Consistently good. Bar has good & generous drinks, too.Love the soup & sandwich special for lunch- can't beat the price. And the little piece fo chocolate cake is the perfect sweet bite- just like your grandma would do :)You won't be disappointed. Servers are friendly & quick, too.
3 based on 21 reviews
We are a new BBQ deli located in Watsonville which provides professional service with a family approach. We have sit-in and take out services availiable. Come join us for fresh home made salads and our ever so tender baby back ribs along with our 1/2 lb b
Well, I was disappointed when I heard that. So, I ordered the Chili Cheese Fry Burger which was described as: " loaded with chili ,shredded cheese and naked fries." The burger tasted very good but I felt that it was skimpy on the chili and cheese but it had too much fries on the side.the restaurant looks more like a sports bar with multiple TV's, sports memorabilia hanging on the walls. One loose siding is held with duct tape. Overall, the place is very clean.
3 based on 41 reviews
Not a lot of restaurants in Watsonville and this one was open late on Friday night. My daughter and I were in town for a softball tournament and dropped in here at about 9:30. Because of the lack of restaurants the place was rather busy and a bit on the slow side. Fortunately the manager stepped in to help with some of the orders and at least we did not have to complain but even then the service would qualify as slow. The food was just average for an Applebee's of which many are good. I was wondering why the folks at the hotel kept suggesting other restaurants when we said we were going to Applebee's and I thing they were right. Did not go back for the rest of the trip.
3 based on 20 reviews
Dine in or out on our spacious patio in historic building in downtown Watsonville. Build your own hamburger or pizza, each with unlimited toppings, for one low price! Event Lounge available.
But average food. I ordered the grilled salmon, rice pilaf, veggies, and salad. Side note: I lived in Alaska and salmoned fished. The salmon was slightly over cooked and could have used a lot more seasoning (salt/pepper). I loved the garlic bread that came with the meal. The other parts of the plate were good but average. The best part was the Turtle Brownie with a scoop of ice cream. It was great. The brownie was moist. Yummy.
Early Saturday lunch with our regular foursome. Awesome selection of beers and ales. Standard offer to "taste" and flights are available. Indoor, outdoor seating. Site is neo-industrial with open beam ceiling and a concrete floor makes for crowd noise. We shared three sandwiches, mac and cheese, and a salad. Beer Mule is a recent addition to the Watsonville Airport complex and has attracted quite a thirsty crowd.
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