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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Inland Empire's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Inland Empire's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Spaggi's
1. Spaggi's
(669)
$$$$
Italian | Upland, Inland Empire

First time here, just thought I'd try something different for my daughters birthday. We made reservations, got there early and were promptly seated. The waiter was friendly and incredibility Informative while telling us about the specials. We ask him questions and knew detailed answers. He helped me with my wine selection which turned out to be a very good choice. I had the Chilean Sea Bass which was a sizable portion and melted in my mouth. My daughter had the South African Sea bass (which he explained the difference) and was a smaller portion and a bit more hearty. It too was delicious. We both had cheesecake for desert and he also brought out a wonderful cream brulee on the side for her birthday. What a wonderful experience. If it wasn't for the wine & desert, we probably could of got out of there for less a c note. ($100.) We even spoke to the chef as he came out and chatted with the customers. If you haven't been there, go. It really is a special place. More

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Le Gourmet French Cuisine
2. Le Gourmet French Cuisine
(136)
$$$$
French | Upland, Inland Empire

Fabulous food and excellent service! I started with the carrot soup which was simply delicious. My friend and I both ordered the orange roughy which was impeccably prepared with almondine sauce and served with the most delicious carrots and green cauliflower. For dessert, the peach melba was decadently wonderful. We love Le Gourmet and highly recommend it. You won’t be disappointed. More

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Tartan Of Redlands
3. Tartan Of Redlands
(140)
$$$$
American | Redlands, Inland Empire

Thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Went to Sinatra night as my husband is a major fan. The music was good, the food was excellent. More

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BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse - Chino Hills
4. BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse - Chino Hills
(9)
$$$$
American | Chino Hills, Inland Empire

Most everything we ordered was good except the tritip. The prime rib could use nore seasoning. Pizookies are awesome. More

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Fleming's Steakhouse - Rancho Cucamonga
5. Fleming's Steakhouse - Rancho Cucamonga
(1694)
$$$$
Steak | Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire

Such a beautiful classy restaurant with the most delicious food More

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Discover Inland Empire

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.

Discover Inland Empire

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.