Eating while riding horseback was pioneered by the efficient Mongols, who also adjusted to reading, receiving haircuts, and filling out their taxes atop their four-legged mobiles. Enjoy the convenience of chairs and tables with today’s Groupon. For $10, you get $20 worth of breakfast and lunch at Kickback Jack's Restaurant. Groupon grabbers can stop through the Rancho Cucamonga or Claremont locations, both of which are open seven days a week 6 a.m.–3 p.m. This deal is good for both carryout and dine-in.
The morning meal at Kickback Jack's will leave you doing jumping Jills. Sample a plate of original flapjacks ($5.99) or remix a classic fix with a pile of mocha silk flapjacks creamily caulked with chocolate mousse and topped with a dusting of powdered sugar and whipped cream ($6.99). Hearty, geometrically undefined skillets boast a bounty of fresh ingredients with combos such as the Bahama Mama skillet, fully loaded with smoked chicken-apple sausage fried to perfection with onions, fire-grilled corn, red peppers, mushrooms, avocados, and cheese served atop baja chipotle sauce ($11.99).
Stop in for an afternoon affair with Kickback Jack's lunch specialties such as the Maui fish tacos served with generous gratings of cheese and shredded cabbage paired with pinto beans, Spanish rice, fresh guacamole, and salsa ($10.49), or have the youngsters halve an open-faced pizza salad sandwich such as the honey-barbecue chicken pizza sandwich topped with tomatoes and lettuce in a ranch dressing ($9.99)
Breakfast in bed often lacks the culinary variety and chef hats of a fully staffed kitchen. Hold off on hiring cherubs to adorably burn your toast, and make the next weekend morning relaxing with a side of crisp service.
- Toast was thick, cornbread option was excellent and the pancakes were especially good. I'm not sure how you make a pancake special, but theirs were just that. – Donald S.
- Great service (waitresses here make this place great!), great food, fast service, reasonable prices, massive portions....a great breakfast or lunchtime experience. Expect to be rolled back in the parking lot to your car. Or pushed out in a wheelchair. – John O.