Family owned and operated from a house on a residential street, the Cactus Patch Cafe serves traditional Mexican fare. Through the years, it has retained a number of loyal diners through its reasonable prices, tasty food, and excellent service.
1520 N Mountain Avenue Building D Ontario, CA 91762
Toro Sushi serves a wide range of sushi and non-sushi dishes along with drinks from their full bar. Decorated in a modern style, the restaurant is ideal for a casual lunch or a night out with friends. Don't miss Toro Sushi's karaoke on Thursday nights from 9p-1a. They also offer catering for groups from 10-500.
Open for over forty years, Yangtze has become a local staple in classic Chinese food. The prices are moderate and the service is friendly. Make sure you try their delicious egg rolls and the almond duck.
Molly's Souper is a breakfast and lunch only restaurant located in a historic old home from the early 20th century. Though open for lunch too, breakfast is the real specialty. With options such as chicken fried steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy, and apples with cinnamon waffles, Molly's Souper is bound to start your day off right.
1263 West 7th Street Mountain Green Shopping Center Upland, CA 91786
San Biagio's Pizza features all your classic New York Style pizzas as well as a large variety of sandwiches, pastas and specials. Pasta and sandwich options include Baked Zitti and Lasagne as well as the Stromboli Sandwich with sausage, peppers, pepperoni, cheese, mushrooms, onions and tomato sauce or a Chicken Parmesan Sub. 30 different meal specials allow you to get more bang for your buck, with combos like a slice of pizza, salad or cheese manicotti, salad and garlic bread all for under $10.
Veggie Era, located in Upland serves up all sorts of Asian specialties with a twist- it's all vegan. Dishes are served using meat substitutes such as TVP (texturized vegetable protein), seitan, soy chicken, soy beef, and even soy shrimp and salmon. Of course tofu is featured prominently on the menu. Even the most stubborn carnivores will be impressed by the flavor. The menu includes such options as Good Wife's Tofu with cabbage, tomato and onion in a garlic chili sauce, or old favorites such as Sweet 'n Sour Chick'n'less.
Boston's Gourmet Pizza Restaurant & Sports Bar in Rancho Cucamonga serves up all kinds of favorites. From burgers to ribs, pasta and, of course, pizza of all kinds, Boston's has it covered. With many original pizzas such as the Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza and a great kid's menu, Boston's is sure to please everyone with its variety. Boston's also features a sports bar with flat screen tv's so you won't miss the game, and they stay open till 2s during the week!
The Guasti Homestyle Cafe whips up mouth-watering plates of pancakes, bacon, eggs, omelettes, and more. Lunch (salads, burgers, sandwiches, soups) is also available. After the meal, stay and chat over their famous 25-cent coffee. Formerly located in Ontario, the Guasti Homestyle Cafe now resides in a historic 1923 building in Chino.
At GameWorks in the Ontario Mills Mall, you will find an incredibly fun night (or day) out. Featuring arcade games, several different dining options, and a sports bar, all your entertainment needs are in one place. With games like Extreme Hunting, Need For Speed, Sopranos Pinball, UFO Catcher and Madden Football to name just a few, you can spend hours playing to win. Menu options include such dishes as Thai Chicken Rolls, BBQ Ribs and Supreme Pizza. Great for a group of people all craving something different. Please note that GameWorks is 18 and over after 10p.
Coco's Restaurant and Bakery serves up good old fashioned American food just the way you like it. Serving up all kinds of timeless favorites from French Toast for breakfast to all kinds of sandwiches, bugers, salads and more for lunch and dinner. And as the name of the restaurant does include the word "bakery", don't miss out on such decadent desserts as the Dutch Apple Pie or the Pecan Pie. With a colorful kids menu to boot, Coco's is a great choice for fun, family dining.
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