For our Escondido customers we can usually get you a same day appointments Monday through Friday, but be sure to call us early in the day for details.
When you arrive you may want to take advantage of our baby boutique. We carry some very cute and unique clothing for your soon-to-arrive baby! We also carry Breast Pumps for rent.
Our office is located just 28 minutes from downtown Escondido. You take the 15 north and exit Rancho California Road. Make a left and another left at the first intersection which is Old Town Front Street. Our office will be a half a mile down on your left hand side in the Old Town Plaza.
Once you’re in Temecula...We suggest that you take time to eat at one of the many of the Old Town Temecula Restaurants before you head back. There a lots of antique and boutiques to shop in as well.
If you like Mexican food you could try Rosa's Cantina, a family owned and operated restaurant. It has been a fixture in Old Town since 1991. They offer high quality authentic Mexican food with daily specials at reasonable prices. Rosa’s Cantina has become known as “the place where the locals eat.”
Or stop off at Old Town Root Beer, for one of over 500 Sodas in glass bottles...all ice cold and ready to go...their Root Beer Floats will hit the spot on any day!! They are family owned and operated since 2000 so stop by and enjoy a taste of the past and try their very own Micro-brewed Root Beer!!
If you are in the mood for a live performance the Old Town Temecula Community Theater is a contemporary, state-of-the-art proscenium theater in the heart of Old Town. The Theater is accessed on Main Street through the historic landmark Mercantile Building from the 1890s and exemplifies the City of Temecula's motto “Old Traditions, New Opportunities.” The Theater has two performance venues: The 361-seat theater provides an intimate performance experience where every seat is the best seat in the house. The 48-seat Club at the Merc is a club-style, or black box, theatrical space that benefits from superb acoustics.
It is our pleasure to serve all the moms-to-be in the Escondido area.
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Just a short drive down the 15, Escondido, which means “hidden” in Spanish, is surrounded by citrus and avocado groves. Established in 1888, Escondido is a vibrant community with small town friendliness. The city has a thriving downtown with art galleries and antique shops and features the “Cruisin Grand” every Friday night in the summer. Make sure to take a drive through Old Escondido and see all the historic homes!