Frozen treats, hot eats, and drinks galore!
Home of the Blizzard and the Original Orange Julius, we have over 100 delicious menu items to satisfy your sweet tooth. Selling custom and decorated cakes, we are sure to make your event something to remember!
The Fat Greek's mad culinary scientists dish out a menu stuffed with inventive hybrids of Greek, Mexican, and American fare. Enjoy a bevy of classic Greek dishes, including the traditional gyro sandwich wrapped in a warm pita ($6.35), the falafel salad ($7.95), and a smattering of Mediterranean dips ($6.75). Since Mexican food also embraces flat breads, tasty meats, and children's hearts, The Fat Greek splices the DNA of these culinary cultures with items such as the gyro burrito, brimming with feta cheese and tzatziki sauce ($4.99). The Fat Greek Burger also follows this avant-garde sensibility by grilling up a 1/4-pound patty and topping it with a heap of gyro meat and tzatziki sauce ($4.99), instantly qualifying it for a Pulitzer Prize in meaty nonfiction. While edifying palettes with worldly flavors, customers can keep their pita chutes properly lubricated with a selection of Greek wines and beers.
For Gourmet Pizza Shoppe owners Bill, Don, and Scott, the standard assortment of pizza toppings isn't enough. Though pepperoni, sausage, and black olives are certainly part of its repertoire, the trio also stocks exotic ingredients such as mashed potatoes, peanut butter, and crabmeat—making a total of more than 120 toppings. Strewn across dough made fresh each day, these morsels form custom build-your-own pies or dozens of specialty pizzas, ranging from classic eggplant parmesan to the out-there Mini Pearl, loaded with country gravy, mashed potatoes, and fried chicken.
At the downtown location, taps pour out more than 20 regional microbrews, including several from Redlands brewery's Hangar 24 and Ritual. After meals, customers can request six types of dessert pizzas to adorn the tables' green-gingham tablecloths or their imaginary pet dragons' green-gingham tongues.
Johnny's Tacos & Sports assumes multiple identities. At once a sports bar, arcade, and restaurant, the lively interior is lit by blazing neon signs and 15 high-definition TVs. The kitchen whips up dishes from an extensive of bar food classics—ranging from chicken wings to burgers to pizzas—and bartenders draw from 21 beer taps. Next door, the newly upgraded game room boasts a variety of arcade-style joystick games, shuffleboard and pool tables, and a prize counter complete with iconic bouncy balls that bounce higher than an astronaut on a moon trampoline.
Highland Springs Resort's friendly staff has been welcoming guests since 1884. The present-day grounds include a thousand-year-old black oak tree in the Cherry Valley foothills, more than 20 acres of farmland ripe with organic herbs, and miles of hiking trails accessible with a visitor guest pass. The deluxe inn room, which echoes the resort's rustic, simple feel, hides behind green and growing charms, including gardens, vined verandas, and plumes of shrubbery rearranged daily by millions of heavy-lift butterflies. Located roughly 80 miles from San Gabriel, Highland Springs Resort is close enough to bookend your work week without spending all of it in the car.