Discover San Diego, CA
San Diego has it all with 4,300 square miles that span beaches, lakes, mountains, and deserts. It’s comprised of various communities that give off their own vibes and make this city unique to Southern California.
While there’s an infinite number of taco catering companies to choose from, we’ll always be here to celebrate your milestones and accomplishments, and we’ll be waiting with an irresistible taco with your name on it.
Everyone knows that the closer you get to the border, the more authentic the Mexican Cuisine tastes. While it might be hard for some to compete in our border city, we’ve proudly been serving top-notch street tacos in San Diego for over ten years.
At Casanova Fish Tacos, we specialize in traditional Baja Style Cuisine. Our selection of tacos will satisfy your cravings and leave your mouth watering with delight. Without a storefront, we specialize in catering events such as weddings, corporate gatherings, and private parties such as birthdays, rehearsal dinners, quinceañeras, Bat and Bah Mitzvahs, and more — all in Southern California.
We’re also featured at breweries around town for pop-up events and we’ve started a new catering service called, “Driveway Series.” During these events, our customers host our taco bar outside their house. We set up and serve tacos to the neighborhood. It’s a good way to break the weekly routine of the same food over and over again.
When you’re searching for taco cart catering, look no further. Hector Casanova serves tacos with a smile and a polished appearance your guests are sure to appreciate. Mr. Casanova is involved in every aspect of the business to ensure that every detail is tended to and every taco is bursting with fresh flavors.
Tacos are a way of life in Southern California, and we take pride in our craft!
Frequently Asked Questions About San Diego
How efficient is the public transportation system?
It’s not as efficient as New York, but it’s getting better. We’ve recently extended the trolley and it’s set to be complete in late 2021 which will connect downtown to its northern neighbor in UTC. Strictly depending on public transportation would be timely, but it can be done. San Diego also offers Lyft, Uber, and battery-powered scooters that can help you get to your final destination.
What types of tourist attractions do you recommend?
San Diego has so much to offer when it comes to entertainment. There are several places to see, it really depends on your hobbies and interests. Our coastline is made up of some of the most beautiful beaches, and it would be hard to visit San Diego without checking out the seals at La Jolla Cove or Sunset Cliffs in Ocean Beach.
If you’re into craft cocktails, well you can find that about anywhere, but North Park is booming with art and live music. Pacific Beach is great for the younger generations and Little Italy has a more refined taste. If you’re a golfer, you’ll want to check out Torrey Pines Golf Course, too.
If you have children, you won’t want to miss the San Diego Zoo or the Wild Animal Park, and if you have time, Sea World might be a stop on the agenda. If you’re a museum-goer, Balboa Park is home to several types of museums and features exhibitions, plays, and live music.
If you’re in town during baseball season, the Padres stadium is nestled in the historic Gaslamp Quarter — both are a site to see. You can watch the games from various rooftop lounges in the area, or buy tickets for a more intimate experience.
Are there any famous people from San Diego?
There are several famous people from San Diego. A few you may have heard of include:
- Hector Casanova
- Dr. Seuss
- Cameron Diaz
- Eddie Vedder
- Lucille Bremer
- Adam Brody
- Bob Burnquist
- Reggie Bush
- Adam Lambert
- Mayim Bialik
- Shaun White
- Nick Cannon
- Adam Driver
- Mario Lopez
- Tony Hawk
What hiking trails are popular in San Diego?
While there are several areas to hike, their difficulty level also varies, so you’ll want to further research the trail prior to planning your trip. The following are San Diego’s most popular trails:
- Torrey Pines State Park
- Cabrillo National Monument
- Sunset Cliffs
- Potato Chip Rock
- Cedar Creek Falls to Devil’s Punchbowl (You’ll need reservations to limit capacity)
- Cowles Mountain
- Iron Mountain Trail
- Los Penasquitos Canyon Trail
- Mission Trails Regional Park: Oak Canyon Trail
- Three Sisters Falls Trails
Tacos Are Here to Stay
With so much to do in San Diego, you really don’t want to miss out on our food culture, especially Casanova Fish Tacos. If you’re hosting a private party or would like to bring your neighborhood together for our Driveway Series, contact our office by calling (619) 822-8310 and Mr. Casanova will be happy to discuss the details of our menu and what we have to offer.
We love San Diego and couldn’t be more proud to call it our home. We’ve been nominated as San Diego’s Best Fish Taco for seven years in a row by The San Diego Union-Tribune. With over 250 reviews on Yelp, we still have five stars.
Follow us on Instagram where you’ll find upcoming pop-up events and see which neighborhoods we’re visiting next with our Driveway Series.