Located in the secluded suburb of Chino Hills, this pub offers American comfort food and stellar drinks in a convivial atmosphere. Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, Chino Hills Pub is more than just a place that serves food, it's a restaurant where the whole family can gather. Craft beers and superb cocktails are behind the bar while the kitchen serves burgers, sandwiches, salads, signature dishes as well as a kid's menu. Sunday brunch is from 9a to 1p and it features bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys.
Located right on the sand of Crystal Cove, the Beachcomber operates in one of the historic cottages, and features seafood and mixed drinks. The quality of the food and the service is best proved by its popularity: the wait is often two hours, and limited reservations are accepted only on-line. However, a little planning can make the wait hassle free: make the Beachcomber reception the first stop at Crystal Cove, drop in your name and number, then go explore the beach until being called. Don't have 2 hours? Come for an early breakfast – sipping a cup of coffee on the sun deck while looking out at Santa Catalina Island. A perfect way to start your day.
The exterior of the building is a reproduction of Ye Olde Bell, England's oldest Inn located in Hurley-on-Thames, not far from London. The decor resembles an English tavern to match the outside, and the waitresses are dressed in super-sexy outfits straight out of a movie about Merrie Olde England. The clientele is varied and comes to enjoy the good, hearty meat dishes and the interesting atmosphere. The specialties here are roast prime ribs of beef, rack of lamb, duck, veal and fresh seafood. There is a full bar and an award-winning wine list with bottles in every price range.
La Cave has been thriving for 50 years, opened on Valentine's day in 1962. This subterranean gem has been popular for its fine steaks and seafood, vibrant lounge with live music, DJs, dancing and more. So it doesn’t matter if its a dimly lit cellar because it is great escapade from the daily grind to dine and unwind. Here's to La Cave, uncork the bubbly!
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar features quality steaks and more than a 100 wines by the glass. Located in Rancho Cucamonga, this steakhouse focuses on Filet Mignon, ribeye and the N.Y. Strip as its main cuts, but diners also have plenty of non-steak options like pastas, seafood and chicken as well. For a little more decadence, don't forget to add one of their classic toppings on top of your steak. The Porcini mushroom with black truffle butter and gorgonzola cream is amazing while the Kona coffee rub is nothing less than spectacular.
At Eureka!, the chefs in the kitchen follow the popular farm-to-table, handmade ingredient trend, but don't tell the chefs that because it seems as if they have followed it for years. They serve delectable appetizers while the taco and burger bars come equipped with a variety of choices. As an accompaniment, the Panko Dipped Onion Rings, Pacific Coleslaw and Handcut Kennebec Fries are clever, innovative twists on timeless classics. Needless to say, each one should be ordered for the table. Additionally, a full panoply of drinks and cocktails are available, from local craft beers to vibrant cocktails, there is something for every taste.
Nestled amidst the quaint Fullerton neighborhood, Shorty'z is a popular breakfast and brunch restaurant. While locals throng the restaurant each day, tourists, students and parents visiting the California State University also make a quick pit stop here. Their classic breakfast preparations, which include biscuits & gravy and sunny side egg, are unmissable. Those looking for healthier options can choose from their special preparations, such as Ortega Avocado Omelet or breakfast burritos. Their elaborate lunch menu, which includes burgers, sandwiches and salads, often tempt folks to stay longer and binge on a hearty brunch instead. Dine at Shorty’z to experience the warm hospitality of Fullerton.