15 Signs You Grew Up In Tustin
Living in “T-Town” meant Concerts in the Park, Roma D’Italia and “TMP.”
You always wanted to get married in this church
This tiny chapel in Old Town Tustin will always be the greatest thing ever.
You lived for the Foothill versus Tustin rivalry
The legendary crosstown rivalry between both high schools dates back to the ’60s and has stayed heated to this very day.
Oh…you went to Beckman?
No exciting high school legacy for you.
You had at least one birthday party here
R.I.P. Tustin Lanes. You will be missed.
Roma d’Italia and Rutvabegorz were your family’s go-to dinner spots
Back when low-carb diets weren’t a thing…
Your proudest accomplishment as a child: making The Tustin News
Your fifteen seconds of fame. And prime real estate on the family fridge.
You always wanted to walk inside of this
One of the coolest sights in Tustin.
Friday and Saturday night? Time to hit up “TMP.”
When the weekend rolled around, you know where you’d be; at the Edwards Cinema on Jamboree.
You shook your booty off to some random cover band at Concerts in the Park
Wednesday nights during the summer, Peppertree Park was the place to be.
This was probably the first Mexican food spot you tried that wasn’t Taco Bell
Jalapeños: the OG Mexican food spot in Tustin.
You always wanted to live in one of these houses
Old Town Tustin is home to some of the most beautiful, historic houses.
You looked forward to one weekend the whole year…Tillers
You know you’re from Tustin if you have at least one fond memory from Tustin Tiller Days.
Your address was in Santa Ana, but you identified 100 percent with Tustin
If you grew up in Lemon Heights, Cowan Heights or North Tustin, your know all about this.
Rustin’ in Tustin
You wouldn’t have wanted to grow up anywhere else
Although there might have been some boring parts, growing up in Tustin was totally worth it.
Originally posted 2016-04-12 21:54:00.