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Red paper lanterns hang from Chapter Two California Kitchen's interior, illuminating a yellow dining room where American and Thai flavors collide. The fusion eatery's Heart Attack sandwich, for example, is pure Americana: country-fried steak with white sauce and grilled onions, all between two golden slabs of garlic bread. However, the menu also brims with Thai staples, from pad thai and pad see ew to jok?rice pudding with a savory twist.

24957 Redlands Boulevard
Loma Linda,
CA
US

Bonello's New York Pizza isn?t located on the east coast, but that doesn?t mean the chefs can't whip up a mean New York-style pie. The secret to Bonello's pizzas is not just in the sauce?much less sweet than variations served on the west coast or in Candyland?, but also in the kitchen's secret herb blend, which is sprinkled onto each hand-tossed and stretched crust before it is slid inside an authentic stone oven. When it emerges minutes later, the pizza is thin, crispy, and light, qualities that earned the eatery a place on CBS Locals list of the top 10 pizzerias in the area. And even though pizzas are the main focus at Bonello's, the chefs also craft creamy pasta dishes and 18 hot and cold submarine sandwiches.

22413 Barton Rd
Grand Terrace,
CA
US

Fresh, handmade flour tortillas wrap vegetarian and meat-packed burritos at El Burrito #1, a family-owned and operated restaurant in business since 1957. Locally-sourced corn tortillas hold together enchiladas and tacos stuffed with fresh produce and meats sourced from other local businesses. When the weather is pleasant, visitors can place their orders at a walk-up window and settle in at one of 12 picnic tables positioned in the shade.

920 N Mt
Colton,
CA
US

At Gordy's Mexican Grill, diners can feast on burritos, tacos, tortas, and other south-of-the-border favorites. On top of that, the eatery serves breakfast dishes such as chorizo and eggs throughout the day. Those who can't figure out what to eat or how to make a friend out of lettuce and cheese may find the build-your-own combo platter helpful.

1705 East Washington Street
Colton,
CA
US

After honing his sushi-making skills for decades at Sayaka Japanese Restaurant, Miguel opened his own restaurant with his own style of sushi. Sushi Miguel's Style means artful rolls topped with crumbled tempura placed delicately on a granite tabletop. Miguel's style is thick hand rolls bursting with spicy tuna and nigiri topped with bright-pink salmon and doused in tasty sauce, adding color and flavor to palates.

291 E Valley Blvd
Colton,
CA
US

In 1975, Rosina Gallardo, a native of Zacatecas, Mexico, opened her first Amapola Rico Taco. Initially a drive-in, the eatery has since transformed into five restaurants with indoor seating and drive-thru windows. Rosina's dedication to popular and lesser-known Mexican flavors, however, remains unchanged. She fills burritos and soft-shell tacos with not only classic meats such as steak and pork, but also with goat, carne asada, and chicharr?n. Other Mexican staples such as cheese enchiladas and breakfast platters of huevos rancheros round out the menu.

291 E Valley Blvd
Colton,
CA
US