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Reduces annual CO2 emissions by:

8,359.68 Lbs*

Rosarito’s Mexican Food is a Mexican restaurant in San Diego that has been family-owned since it first opened in 1988. Alberto Lopez was able to open his first Rosarito’s Restaurant with the help of his wife and children. Thanks to our loyal and satisfied customers we have been able to expand our small business, and now we have more locations in San Diego County. We are now serving our delicious food in La Mesa, Lake Side, Lemon Grove, and El Cajon. Customer satisfaction and having an enjoyable experience is extremely important to us. Every location delivers their food with high quality and taste. Some locations do offer more variety of Mexican food in San Diego than others, so please take a look at each Rosarito’s menu for more information. We also offer catering for big events like birthday parties, weddings, quincenieras, and much more.

Which location has the best Mexican food in San Diego? You tell us. Rosarito’s #1 is still owned and operated by Alberto Lopez in La Mesa on Lake Murray Boulevard. Rosarito’s #2 is operated by his son in law and his wife, Salvador and Anna Ayala in the Lake Side on Winter Gardens Boulevard. Rosarito’s #3 is operated by his son and wife, Simon and Alma Lopez in La Mesa on University Avenue. Both Rosarito’s #6 and #7 is operated by his other son and wife, Bulfrano and Rutila Lopez; one is in El Cajon on Old Highway 80 and the other in Lemon Grove on Lemon Grove Avenue. You will find the owners of each location working there daily, and many of you might already know them. If you have questions or concerns, do not hesitate and contact them for assistance.


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*CO² results were derived from estimated gallons of oil provided by the restaurant that can be recycled in to B100 fuel; or estimated fuel consumption by the company. Emissions are compared to Diesel #2 fuel and are based off EPA's life cycle analysis. Engine year/type may cause variation in results.

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