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VistaWay. SunriseCafé sits in a stripmall along South Santa Fe Avenue, andCoyoteCafé corners a similarmall onNorth Santa Fe at Bo- bierDrive. LikeCurbside,most of the breakfast-serving


restaurants have been around for awhile. Nazarian said he opened VillageCafe in 1979.


It had been aMexican lunch house, he said, and he kept that cuisine and added American fare as well.He owns the cafe with his brother, Albert. Bobby Jones, owner of the SunriseCafé with


his wife, Lori, said he opened in 1993, but his family - the Agrusas – has been in the food busi- ness for 20 years. The Agrusas still own a restau- rant bearing the family name in Escondido.The Sunrisemenu says the owners “have preserved the small-town feeling of warmth and


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VISTAWAY CAFE Outside, a staff member works to


change the elevated menu board. Above is a snapshot of the Cafe’s authentic interior.


CURBSIDE CAFE At the Curbside Cafe, an exterior shot shows the Avo Theater in the back- ground. The Cafe’s delicious huevos rancheros are featured above.


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