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.
Niko's Greek Cafe 1431 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Niko’s Greek Café is a family owned and operated restaurant in the Albertsons shopping center on Main…More Street. This cafe has both indoor and outdoor seating and serves gyros, souvlaki, beefteki, Greek beers, salads and more. Niko’s is happy to cater for small events, just make sure to call in advance. For those in a hurry, call in an order for quick pick up.
Ramona Cafe and Bake Shop 628 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 Ramona Cafe and Bake Shop, recently featured on Diners & Drive Thrus with Guy Fieri, offers a diner style menu with…More a home town feel. Breakfast is served until 2:30pm and includes many egg dishes, pancakes, waffles and more. Lunch options include burgers, salads, sandwiches, soup and more. Dinner options include BBQ as well as many homestyle favorites such as a roast turkey dinner or chicken fried steak. If you would like to stay a while and get some work done, you are more than welcome to enjoy their free wi-fi internet access. You can choose to enjoy your meal indoors or outside.
Swiss Mountain View Egg Farm 249 Steffy Rd, Ramona, CA92065 This egg farm sells its white and brown eggs to restaurants around San Diego County and to the public. The 20-acre…More property in Ramona is owned by Charlie and Marie Steiner, who manage 15,000 chickens as well as some goats and sheep. The couple has been on the farm on Steffy Road since 1970. The eggs are of various sizes and average at $1.35 per dozen. The Mission Cafe, Bahia Hotel and Broken Yolk buy eggs from Swiss Mountain.