Ramona Antique Fair-Original Old Town 734 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 A stroll through this store brings back a lot of old memories. About 50 vendors display items such as antique furniture,…More tools, appliances, kitchenware, clothing, quilts, books, dolls, toys and song sheets. Owner Sandee Salvatore also owns the Original Old Town Ramona Candy Company in the front of the store.
Sandy's Antique Shop 736 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Sandy's is an intimate store with some interesting finds, such antique dolls, kitchenware, music sheets, toys, baptism…More gowns and a few quilts. A visit is sure to bring back childhood memories.
Squash Blossom Trading Co. 746 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 The Squash Blossom Trading Company is located in the middle of downtown Ramona on Main Street. The store buys and sells…More estate jewelry, fine antiques, furniture, sterling silver, country primitives, Mexican folk art, Native American antiques, Tribal art, textiles and more. Jam-packed with treasures, The Squash Blossom's inventory is constantly changing, encouraging customers to stop by often to keep up with the latest finds.
Kountry Kitchen 826 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 The Kountry Kitchen, owned by Mike and Theresa Adams, is known for its breakfast specials including pancakes, egg…More dishes, waffles and more. It also serves lunch and dinner including burgers, sandwiches, soup and even steaks. You will feel right at home as you sit in a cozy booth and take in all of the antique and country decorations.
Lenora Winery 251 Steffy Rd, Ramona, CA92065 The Ramona Valley was recently designated as an American Viticultural Area, and the Lenora Winery is one of the reasons…More wines from the region are attracting attention. This seven-acre vineyard on Steffy Road is owned by Frank and Kerstin Karlsson. Lenora Winery produces 12 varieties of grapes. The vinyard's tasting room is located in the antique district of central Ramona. Tours of the vineyard are available.
Guy B Woodward Museum 645 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 The Guy B Woodward Museum, run by the Ramona Pioneer Historical Society, is a must stop for anyone heading to…More Ramona. This is a museum of early Western culture.The complex includes the Verlaque House, built in 1886, as well as an outdoor area with old buildings, antique farm equipment, a blacksmith shop , school house and more. Mr. RD Baker is always happy to give guests a guided tour. He is full of knowledge about every tool and artifact, as well as the history of Ramona; I found myself mesmerized by his storytelling skills. Just when you think the tour is over, you are taken into the basement of the home, which was originally built as a wine cellar. Today the cool basement is filed with antique treasures and artifacts. After you have enjoyed the museum, you can stroll along Ramona's Main Street and window shop in the many Old West-themed boutiques and cafes.
Ramona Liquor 977 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Ramona Liquor is located in the center of downtown Ramona on the corner of the 78 and Main Street. It has a…More small parking area in front of the store, or customers can park around the corner on Main Street. Liquor, beer, wine, tobacco products and snacks are all sold here. Kegs are available by request. This liquor store shares the same building as Charlotte’s Antiques.
Ramona Candy Company-The Original Old Town 734 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Sandee Salvatore owns this store, which is inside the Original Old Town Ramona Antique Fair building. With many…More colorful candy choices, decisions can be difficult. Here you'll find candy from your childhood: Wax Lips, Candy and Bubblegum Cigarettes, Horehound, Rock Candy, Pop Rocks, Kits and BB Bats and the always popular Salt Water Taffy, Bit O Honey and Jelly Belly. Sugar Free candy includes Rootbeer Barrels, Salt Water Taffy, Jelly Belly and reduced sugar Jordon Almonds. The gum ball machine adds to the old-time decor.