It’s now four lanes on Highway 76 all the way from I-5 on the coast to I-15 in the mountains, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.

For commuters, that’s a good thing, but for the rest of us it means an easier drive from the beach to one of the county’s best burger spots, Nessy Burgers.

The kitchen-in-a-trailer spot was rolled a few years back from its original location next to the gas station at I-15 and Pala Road (Highway 76) a bit north to accommodate the new road. As they will, burger addicts have  found the new location a bit north on Old Highway 395 next to the Pala Mesa Market.

Here’s a chance for you to do your own joyride San Diego day trip … take Highway 76 east from I-5, past Mission San Luis Rey, past the old Bonsall Bridge (which used to carry the highway traffic) and over to Nessy Burgers. Your prize at the end of the drive.

2 comments

  1. Worth the drive. I thought they were gone when they moved. I will be there this weekend.

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