Rubio's Coastal Grill

2121 N Rose Ave 440 OxnardCA93036
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After first tasting a fish taco in San Felipe, Mexico, Ralph Rubio returned to San Diego to hand-craft his own recipe and introduced America to the fish taco. Since 1983, Rubio's has served delicious fish tacos and fresh Mexican food for customers. Visit one of our restaurants today and enjoy a fish taco or sign up for the Rubio's Beach Club for insider news and restaurant coupons.
by showmelocal on May 04, 2016 from showmelocal


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Reloadable and reusable gift cards are available in denominations ranging from $10 to $200.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
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Having a party? Order one of Rubio's Fiesta Kits that feed groups from six to 600. Kits come with everything you need to create your own Baja-style fish tacos, street tacos or burritos. Sides are available and include beans, rice, taquitos, chips, guacamole and salsa.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

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Editorial review from KidScore:
Rubios is a welcoming family-friendly restaurant that serves up delicious Mexican cuisine for a fair price. Kids menu choices such as: a...
by by KidScore at KidScore on September 18, 2012 from Citysearch
The flavors of the Baja have a home north of the border with this fast-food fish-taco restaurant.:
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After years of traveling to Baja California and enjoying fish tacos at beachside stands, Ralph Rubio opened his first restaurant in San Diego in 1983, banking on the...
by by Robyn Galbos at Citysearch on June 22, 2008 from Citysearch

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In 1983, Rubio's introduced beer-battered fish tacos to Southern California, starting the phenomenon that has spread coast to coast.\n\nNow, people still love the taste of the Original Fish Taco?, and it's easy to see why. This long-time favorite is prepared fresh in our kitchens with one faithfully-followed recipe: Wild Alaska Pollock, beer-battered-by-hand and cooked to crispy perfection....
by yahoolocal on April 08, 2014 from yahoolocal
The history of Rubio’s is a classic love story. Man sees fish taco. Man meets fish taco. Man falls in love with fish taco. Such was the case for Rubio’s founder Ralph Rubio. As a college student in the mid-‘70s, Ralph made regular pilgrimages to Baja’s best beaches to surf, sun and socialize. It was on one of these trips that Ralph sat down at a seaside taqueria and encountered his true love....
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