J. on drums and inimitable guitarist / vocalist Peter setting the
entrancing pace, some memorable moments await.
Check out The Saloon for a frosty brew, a chilled glass of wine or
a sparkling split of bubbly and let the fun begin. Settle under one
of the umbrella-topped tables or step up to a circular bar under the
sun or stars while checking out the menu of Mexican taste treats
fronting the Laguna Taco Bowl and the endless variety of sandwich,
salad and fountain favorites featured at the forefront of Deb's Deli.
Then discover something delicious to please everyone in your party
and check the surprisingly affordable tariffs.
If south-of-the border is your choice, commence with a taco bowl
featuring grilled steak, fish, pork or chicken presented with grilled
veggies atop bed of rice and beans, each $6.95. The same price
garners tasty tostada salads festively served in big, edible flour
tortilla shells heaped with the same choice of ingredients or perhaps
grilled veggies, all topping pinto beans, chopped lettuce, guacamole
and salsa. Combination plates of tacos, burritos, enchiladas are $4
to $6.50; each served with Spanish rice and beans. A la carte tacos
and enchiladas with those meat and fish stuffings come a la carte at
$2.50; big burritos and big wet burritos are $5 and $6, the latter
cloaked in melted cheese and red salsa.
Breakfast burritos, available until noon daily, are $2.75 for a
stuffing of egg-bean-cheese-salsa. Another 75 cents for the addition
of steak, chicken or salsa. The breakfast menu also includes standard
eggs with toast, bacon, and sausage, $1 to $3.75. For kids, $2.75
brings their choice of a taco with chips, quesadilla, nachos, or a
bean and cheese burrito as well as the chopped romaine salad and soup
of the day available to all. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and soft
drinks are $1.50 and $1.75.
Now go to Deb's Deli (there really is a Deb whose significant
other is the Harlen Terwilliger who introduced food and drink to the
Sawdust at its very beginning a whopping 37 years ago). This menu
commences with super sandwiches which translate to generously hefty