The Golden Spur delivers delectable steak and seafood dishes directly to digesters in a charming, historic Route 66-inspired environment. Midday meals include the jumbo shrimp cocktail, served over Cajun slaw ($11.95), the baked french-onion soup, crusted with a gruyere-cheese crouton ($5.95, $1 for cheese), and the classic walk-around, its new-york steak strolling to tables amidst grilled sourdough, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and mayonnaise ($14.95). Or take a break from a long day translating baby talk by noshing evening eats such as frog legs breaded with Cajun-style cornmeal ($13.95), or end flavor strikes with the truffle-oil-splattered jumbo lobster ravioli ($16.95). Classic filets mignons come served in plain, peppercorn, cheese-stuffed, or bacon-wrapped varietals ($32.95 for 8 oz.), while the ahi tuna gets along swimmingly with its side of steamed white rice and vegetables ($18.95).
Since 1957, the chefs at Cock-A-Doodle Restaurant have been comforting hungry stomachs with generous portions from their home-cooked menu of seafood, pasta, and steak. For dinner, diners can pique palates with appetizers such as the shrimp cocktail ($5.95), where a crew of crustaceans cannonballs into cocktail sauce. Mosey onto main courses with a medley of roast beef, bordelaise sauce, and mashed potatoes in the Angus pot roast ($12.99) or the fish 'n' chips' collaboration of cod and tarter sauce ($13.99). A selection from their menu of steaks, such as the Cowboy rib eye ($18.99) or sirloin steak ($15.99) can serve as delectable dinners or edible bicycle seats.
Garden Square Restaurant & Pies' professional palate-pleasers dish out a menu of traditional American fare fused with the culinary customs of south-of-the-border spatulas. Jump-start the morning gold rush with the California omelet ($8.29), a zesty egg cocoon teeming with ortega chilies, avocado, and jack cheese alongside a dollop of homemade salsa, or fuel up for a long day at the butter churn with the ultimate breakfast, a protein-rich force of eggs, ham, bacon, and sausage patrolling a platter of hash browns and toast ($10.59). Erstwhile East Coasters can enjoy the tasty triumvirate of roast beef, grilled onions, and peppers in the philly cheese ($8.79), and herbivores can opt for the vegetarian focaccia ($6.69), a harvest of avocado, tomato, onions, crop-duster debris, and cucumbers.
2nd on Second Street an American Bistro creates a setting that offers a warm urban style while serving a delicious American Bistro Cuisine. This unique restaurant is located in the Arts Colony of Downtown Pomona, California.