Don Pico's, Neighborhood’s Favorite Mexican Bistro, Offers Guests New Addition

The restaurant is now twice in size and includes a bar that is a 1925 mahogany Brunswick from the San Francisco Cliff House.

Since it first opened in 1975, has been a popular establishment in the city, established by Isaac and Herlinda Mejia, longtime residents of San Bruno and immigrants from the Mexican state of Sonora, and now run by their son Isaac.

Over the years Don Pico’s has gone through numerous transformations, with the additions of unique art décor, remnants of restaurants and businesses passed, and new additions to their tasty menu.

Recently, the restaurant under went a three-month remodeling project. The restaurant, now known as Don Pico's Mexican Bistro and Cevicheria, has now expanded its size—taking over the former space of , which moved to San Mateo Avenue—and offers a second dining room, housing even more special treasures, including a bar. 

Diane May 21, 2011 at 04:16 PM
I only have one word "Delicious"!!
SandI BARGIONI May 21, 2011 at 10:08 PM
Wow! How great to see an article on our favorite mexican restaurant. We live in Arizona, yet when we travel to the bay area, to visit family, Don Pico's is always at the top of our list of places to eat! Hands down, it beats every chain restaurant by a mile! Sandi &Jim Bargioni


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