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Surrounded by a wide variety of sports memorabilia, visitors to Celebrities Sports Grill can grab a beer, feast on bar-friendly grub, and watch the game on one of the numerous TVs. Menu highlights include wings in one of three sauces, steak dinners sided by baked potatoes and salad, and fish tacos wrapped with homemade tortillas. Nighttime entertainment offers a reason to break out your night vision googles and head over, with live DJs, bands, karaoke idol competitions, and sports watching parties.

127 W 40th St
San Bernardino,
CA
US

Bo Bo's Pizzeria doesn't see any reason to mess with timeless classics. Instead, the cooks fully embrace the rustic charm of familiar and satisfying Italian-American staples. Pizzas emerge from the oven laden with any number of the 16 available toppings, including everything from salami and jalapeños to sausage and bell peppers. Toasted sub sandwiches brim with chicken parmesan or savory meatballs, and each of the pasta entrees arrives with a hearty slice of garlic bread.

202 E 40th St
San Bernardino,
CA
US

When Round Table Pizza closed after 20 years of operation, the community was saddened. This was the place where families would eat together on a Friday night, the place where youth sports teams would celebrate after a victory or angrily eat chicken wings after a defeat. Luckily, a new family of owners reopened the eatery to keep Round Table's legacy alive. They even rehired the same staff. In fact, the only thing that changed was the name. Now called Road House Pizza, the restaurant serves a familiar menu of pies, comforting diners with old favorites such as barbecue chicken, Hawaiian, and veggie supreme.

565 Forest Shade Dr
Crestline,
CA
US

At Two Guys Pasta and Pizza, tomato sauce simmers on the stove for hours, while housemade pizza dough bakes in the oven until bubbly and crisp. The eatery’s from-scratch sauces and breads have earned nods from the Daily Bulletin, which hails the fresh-baked bread as “outstanding—almost a meal in itself.” Diners can also make a meal out of Two Guys’ specialty pastas and sandwiches, pairing these eats with draft beers and bottles of wine freshly tapped from the grape bush.

2566 Highland Ave
Highland,
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.

803 W Valley Blvd
Colton,
CA
US

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