Vince's Spaghetti showcases the perfect example of a "Mom and Pop" joint successfully transitioning from its humble beginnings to the 21st century without losing its values. Starting with Grandma Rose cooking in her home kitchen in 1945, Vince's Spaghetti has spread to three locations, but is still family owned and operated. Please note that the website provided is for their Rancho Cucamonga branch.
For over two decades Rosa's Restaurant has served hearty Italian fare: antipasto, salad, sea food, meat, pasta, dessert, and vegetarian options. Live piano music and a full bar round out the dining experience. Rosa's Resaurant also offers private rooms to rent for group functions and parties for 12-135 people.
3760 East Inland Empire Boulevard Ontario, CA 91764
Just five minutes from the Ontario Convention Center, hungry visitors can indulge in the Benihana experience. Food is prepared by chefs on a grill in front of guests, blending meal and entertainment. Fare includes sushi, seafood, meat, and vegetables. Though it is a popular and ground-breaking American chain, the restaurant is steeped in the traditions of Japan - from food and service to decor.
Enjoy the savory pleasures of traditional Indian fare at Bombay Restaurant Cuisine of India or arrange for their catering service. The extensive menu specializes in tandoor (clay oven) cooking, producing an array of mouth-watering appetizers, entrees, breads, and meats, in addition to soups, pastas, curries, and more. The restaurant hosts an all-you-can eat lunch buffet on weekdays.
Located in the Lemon Packing House - once a part of Claremont's citrus industry before it was rebuilt as a commercial space - Casablanca stresses Lebanese food as well as more general Mediterranean fare. Its menu includes lamb shanks, hummus, kabobs, shawarma, and seafood dishes as well as a fully-stocked bar. Belly dancing takes place at Casablanca every Friday night, and the restaurant also offers flavored hookahs for guests to enjoy after their meals. Indoor and outdoor seating is available, with outdoor tables under cover in the event of inclement weather. A parking structure is located directly next door, offering free parking for guests at the restaurant. Catering services are available and reservations can be made online. -Rob Vaux
The Harvard Square Café offers brunch, lunch and dinner menus that are inspired by French cuisine, but also offers pasta dishes, salads, and American standbys such as burgers and rib eye steaks. The indoor dining room is small, with a larger outdoor patio to allow guests to enjoy the sunshine. The Harvard Square Café periodically hosts special events featuring live music, and reservations can be made for private events. Its location on the corner of Harvard and Bonita Streets is further from the bustle of the Claremont Village's main drag than other restaurants in the area, but is located next to a small park that enhances the overall atmosphere. -Rob Vaux
42nd Street specializes in bagels and cream cheese, available in a vide variety of flavors. It also offers sandwiches and salads, with split bagels used in place of bread. Soups and coffees are sold alongside the bagels, and the store's breakfast menu is available all day. As its title implies, 42nd Street embraces a Broadway theme, with checkerboard floors and posters from famous musicals on the walls. Tables are available for sit-down diners, but 42nd Street also offers its food to go. A husband and wife pair purchased the restaurant in 2008, emphasizing their local connections and a family-owned atmosphere. -Rob Vaux
The Village Grille is a 1950s style diner specializing in classic American food. The meals are inexpensive and center around staples such as burgers, malts, sandwiches and chili. Salads, soups and fruit plates are also available, and the Village Grille has a breakfast menu that includes steak and eggs, hash browns, and other standbys. It first opened in 1949 and the atmosphere has remained the same. On the second Saturday of every month, the owners host "Cruise Night," playing vintage '50s music on outdoor speakers and inviting car aficionados to park their vintage automobiles along the nearby streets. -Rob Vaux
The Press opened in 1995 with a mission to bring simple, yet upscale food to the Foothill communities. Its menu stresses American staples-- fish, chicken, steak and pasta-delivered with flair and presented in appetizing portions. Alcohol is available at the Press's bar, with an emphasis on wines to be taken with a meal. The Press also hosts local music groups five nights a week, with an emphasis on jazz and folk performers. The musicians take the stage later in the evening-usually between 8:30p and 10:00p, allowing diners who want a more quiet atmosphere to arrive and eat earlier. The Press is available for private parties and catering events. -Rob Vaux
Hip Kitty Jazz & Fondue is a live jazz bar which also happens to serve delicious fondue. The rather small venue has a distinct performing area and a couple of tables near the fondue bar. Worth trying out are the delectable cheese, meat and seafood fondues and the dark chocolate fondues. Live jazz music begins every evening at 8p promising to make your evening a truly relaxing one!
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