Originally constructed back in 1894 as a frequented train depot, the site of Trevor’s at the Tracks has welcomed many visitors over the years to enjoy both travel and leisure. The architecture of the building offers one of the very first examples of Mission Revival Style and is said to be one of most strikingly beautiful train depots in Southern California.
The building has been carefully preserved throughout the past century and continues to serve as a reminder of the town’s historic origins.
Globally inspired, with local-sourced ingredients, Trevor’s at the Tracks is a unique eatery offering a varied selection of delectable dishes located within the historic San Juan Capistrano train depot and adjacent to the quaint Los Rios downtown district.
Its spacious patio is a favorite spot for tourists and locals alike who soak in the SoCal sun while enjoying creative cuisine, an extensive wine list and organic cocktail program.
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