California's Inland Empire is home to a 110-mile byway called Rim of the World. People travel from all over the globe to drive this road and stop at steakhouses to enjoy the local cuisine. Here, you can load up on mushroom Swiss burgers with all the toppings on a brioche bun. Global seafood favorites like blackened shrimp taquitos served with guacamole and freshwater eel sushi are commonly seen in beach restaurants around the area. Italian restaurants offer travelers a comfortable place to relax and refuel . You can also enjoy popular desserts from around the globe after an authentic international meal from five different continents.