For a modern spin on zesty Mexican cuisine plus a host of tequilas, be sure to visit Luna Modern Mexican in Rancho Cucumonga. Within a sleek, contemporary space, complete with a mural of Frida Kahlo adorning a wall, guests can feast upon an array of Mexican delights imbued with international flavors. You’ll find savory options such as drunken salmon, which is blackened salmon de-glazed with tequila and served with fried plantain white rice. The desserts are just as tasty, with the strawberry-colada cheesecake topped with vanilla coconut milk sauce being a particular highlight.
Luna Modern Mexican, 7881 Monet Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA, +1 909 334 4444
Serving up a variety of Middle Eastern delights, including Lebanese fare, MezzaTerranean offers everything from meat options to vegetarian and vegan dishes. Some of the beautifully plated dishes served include the house favorite Mezza medley with hummus, baba ghannouj, feta, grape leaves, pickles, and tabouleh. Soups, salads, entrées and sandwiches are also available.
MezzaTerranean, 9491 Foothill Blvd, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA, +1 909 483 9669
Stephanie’s Sandwiches is a no-frill venue enticing customers with its sandwiches, burgers and more at budget-friendly prices. The interior is simple and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. The menu is full of great flavors, with customers often raving about the hot Italian sub, the turkey sandwich, the veggie variety. With the chance to custom your own sandwich, the options are endless. Side dishes such as French fries, sweet potato fries, and beer-battered onion rings complete the meal.
If you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion, have a romantic rendezvous or just treat yourself, then The Sycamore Inn is the place to visit. A historic venue found on the famed Route 66, this beloved, charming establishment serves steaks, seafood, poultry and other meat along with several appetizers and side dishes such as sautéed fresh spinach, parmesan au gratin potatoes and creamed corn. Highlights include the sake and miso caramelized Chilean sea bass with lemon butter, tomato jam and slivered green onions and the Sycamore cut prime rib. To complement the meal, an award-winning wine list is also available.
Vince’s Spaghetti Route 66 is a small chain which serves up tasty ‘Real Italian Spaghetti.’ Family-owned and operated since its inception in 1945, Vince’s location in Rancho Cucamonga has been delighting guests since 1984. Grandma Rose started it all in her kitchen, and the menu still features her mouthwatering recipes. Within a warm, inviting interior, diners can feast upon the spaghetti plate with meat sauce, tomato sauce or white with butter, the meatball sandwich, or the French dip among other recipes.