Rockin’ Baja Marks Anniversary with Lobster, Shrimp


Steven Hedlund

Published on
February 4, 2009

Rockin’ Baja Coastal Cantina is celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering customers its Big Baja Bucket For Two for USD 29.99 (EUR 23.33), a savings of almost 50 percent, throughout 2009. Previously, the menu item cost $25 per person.

The Big Baja Bucket includes the concept’s signature slipper lobster tails and Baja-seasoned shrimp, as well as marinated carne asada and grilled chicken. It is served with all-you-can-eat beans, rice, flour tortillas, honey chili butter and chips and salsa.

Rockin’ Baja plans to introduce other special menu items this year, though the details haven’t been announced yet, said restaurant spokesman John Zhang of McFadden/Gavender Advertising.

Rockin’ Baja operates five California restaurants — three in San Diego, one in Newport Beach and one in Montclair. Inspired by the Mexican fishing village of Puerto Nuevo, the concept was founded in 1983 by Rick DiRienzo, his father Joe and his wife Susan.

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