Fiesta de Reyes is home to two outstanding Mexican restaurants -- Casa de Reyes and Barra Barra Saloon -- and is the sister property to a third, The Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant. But it is so much more than a simple cluster of restaurants. The Fiesta de Reyes stage provides daily musical entertainment that draws visitors from around the world and provides premium music to accompany the dining experience. Diners often find themselves attracted to the dance floor as they wait for their meal to arrive or when the last churro is gone. As if that's not enough, 19 boutique shops surround the Fiesta de Reyes plaza so, if you need a quick gift for the birthday dinner you're attending, we have you covered. During the day, diners can experience the lush garden setting surrounded by succulents and native trees and plants along with richly painted artwork throughout the plaza. At night, the place literally bursts into flame with three firepits, a myriad of torches and dramatic heaters in the restaurants to ward off the cooler evening air. Both Barra Barra Saloon and Casa de Reyes have opportunities for indoor dining, but this is San Diego and most folks prefer to dine outside and take advantage of its greatest asset, the year-round mild weather.