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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Inland Empire's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Inland Empire's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Spaggi's
1. Spaggi's
(702)
$$$$
Italian | Upland, Inland Empire

Both the service and food were excellent. We had dinner with friends and needed to catch up and we were there for over two hours, by our choice, and no pressure to leave. The menu, both their daily and specials, gave a lot to choose from. Can't wait to go back. More

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The Sycamore Inn Prime Steak House
2. The Sycamore Inn Prime Steak House
(1789)
$$$$
Steakhouse | Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire

Great place for that Special occasion or for date night. Food is great and service was very very good. More

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King's Fish House - Corona
3. King's Fish House - Corona
(314)
$$$$
Seafood | Corona, Inland Empire

Although I suffer from a seafood allergy, as long as I am careful there is no reason my husband should be denied the opportunity to enjoy seafood on occasion. King's has a small assortment of steak and chicken entrees. Unfortunately, while my husband's seafood exceeded his expectations, my steak was a bit on the chewy side. Otherwise, as usual great (outstanding!) service from Jessica and a very welcoming atmosphere. More

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Tartan Of Redlands
4. Tartan Of Redlands
(168)
$$$$
American | Redlands, Inland Empire

We had a large group for lunch and had a huge comfy booth to ourselves. Service was excellent. More

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Fleming's Steakhouse - Rancho Cucamonga
5. Fleming's Steakhouse - Rancho Cucamonga
(1796)
$$$$
Steak | Rancho Cucamonga, Inland Empire

The tasting menu is a great deal. Salad/appetizer, TWO entrees, a full-sized side dish for $75. We also did the 100-pt Vérité Bordeaux offering, which is 6oz of Robert Parker-100-PT-rated Bordeaux and 2 beautiful Riedel glasses for $100. Expensive, but you get to keep the glasses (which retail for min $50?). The staff is amazing. Managers Danny & Katie are so wonderful, warm and welcoming and waiter Houston is just perfect. A 5-star evening. Did I mention the steak and scallops were cooked to perfection?? More

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Discover Inland Empire

California's Inland Empire is home to a 110-mile byway called Rim of the World. People travel from all over the globe to drive this road and stop at steakhouses to enjoy the local cuisine. Here, you can load up on mushroom Swiss burgers with all the toppings on a brioche bun. Global seafood favorites like blackened shrimp taquitos served with guacamole and freshwater eel sushi are commonly seen in beach restaurants around the area. Italian restaurants offer travelers a comfortable place to relax and refuel . You can also enjoy popular desserts from around the globe after an authentic international meal from five different continents.

Discover Inland Empire

California's Inland Empire is home to a 110-mile byway called Rim of the World. People travel from all over the globe to drive this road and stop at steakhouses to enjoy the local cuisine. Here, you can load up on mushroom Swiss burgers with all the toppings on a brioche bun. Global seafood favorites like blackened shrimp taquitos served with guacamole and freshwater eel sushi are commonly seen in beach restaurants around the area. Italian restaurants offer travelers a comfortable place to relax and refuel . You can also enjoy popular desserts from around the globe after an authentic international meal from five different continents.