Easter is coming up Sunday, April 16th and there’s lot of fun things to do and deliciousness to eat in Escondido! You can even start this weekend, Saturday, April 8th at Westfield North County.
Here’s a weekend guide to help you plan ahead and some tips for your own festivities:
WINE TASTING MAP Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at any of our amazing wineries! From hilltop vineyards with gorgeous views to super cool urban winery lounges… we have over 14 to experience, cheers!
EscoGelato: The week prior to Easter, they will be featuring an amazing carrot cake gelato made with roasted carrots grown at Be Wise Ranch in Escondido. Closed on Easter Sunday.
Cut Cakes: Add a fantastic special Easter cake or cupcakes to your family feast!
Delight of France: Fresh baked pastries, croissants, eclairs, cheesecakes… order ahead for your home dinner, or go out to an awesome Easter breakfast or lunch.
Rosemary Duff Florist: Take some beautifully arranged flowers to your hostess or brighten your dinner table with freshness!
SATURDAY, APRIL 8
FRIDAY, APRIL 14
Cruisin’ Grand Escondido – Bring your kids, dates, friends and family and join the fun all along Grand Avenue in historic downtown Escondido, from 5-9pm.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15
SUNDAY, APRIL 16
Go to our Event Calendar for a full list of things to do!
Escondido may mean “hidden” but it’s no secret there’s a lot going on here! Located just 30 miles northeast of downtown San Diego and 20 minutes from the coast, Escondido is home to major attractions, beautiful wineries, craft breweries, unique arts and theatre, delicious culinary experiences and a charming historic downtown. Enjoy our beautiful climate with year-round golfing, hiking, biking, fishing, and fantastic events! Escondido is the heart of northern San Diego… rich in history and culture.