Many centuries ago,people used to call it The Tavern,in some women were not even allowed to enter and others who did were simply the meat for men. Today, The Tavern has many names and one is La Cantina, not only changed how the way food and drinks were served but also how welcoming is today even for families with children. Some of the traditional restrictions on entry to cantinas are beginning to fade away. However, in many
areas, it is still viewed as scandalous for proper ladies to be seen visiting a genuine cantina. A cantina in the U.S. is simply a tavern with a Southwestern or Mexican motif that serves traditional alcoholic Mexican drinks. In the 1890s, cantina entered American English from the Spanish language in the Southwest United States with the meaning of "bar room, saloon."So today I am introducing La Cantina Bar & Grill in Santa Ramona, after a not long ago tragedy that got me and my husband lose a very expensive business called El Continental and running El Toro Loco was not enough so we decided to give Santa Ramona a great taste of all combined. Imported alcohol and the best of the Spanish soul food ever. Don't believe me?,then come to 24 Mission Blvd. and find out yourself. Tomorrow afternoon we will have Paella and sangria just to give you a started but don't leave without the taste of the best BBQ smoker grilling the meat daily by a chef".