Encinitas Coaster Station 25 E D St, Encinitas, CA92024 The Coaster commuter rail allows residents of Encinitas to travel to locations up or down the coast via 20 trains that…More link North County and San Diego. Each train is at least five cars in length and holds more than 1,000 passengers. Peak trains, which run at the busiest times of day, are at least six cars in length to accommodate a larger number of passengers. The Coaster does not operate on major holidays.
Roxy Restaurant & Ice Cream 517 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA92024 The Roxy in Encinitas gives patrons a true diner experience. The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating and is a…More short walk to the beach. The extensive menu includes appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, omelettes, casseroles, desserts, coffees, smoothies, wine, beer and more. The diner is located just a few steps from the Encinitas Station coaster stop, making it easy to get to. Taking the coaster is definitely recommended, as street parking can be limited in this area.
Lumberyard Tavern & Grill 967 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA92024 The Lumberyard Tavern & Grill is conveniently located in the Lumberyard shopping center with easy access to the…More Coaster's Encinitas station. During the day, it is a full-service restaurant with both indoor and outdoor seating. At night, it is also known for its bar, music and dancing.
Ogata Japanese Cuisine 615 S Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA92024 Ogata Japanese Cuisine offers high-quality food at very reasonable prices. The menu is also massive, with many roll…More options, nigiri choices and a large number of teriyaki varieties. The atmosphere is elegant, reminiscent of old '70s restaurants, yet is extremely family-friendly and fun. The service is fast and friendly. The location is very close to the coaster station and is within walking distance of two local hotels.