The Inland Empire Restaurants

Downtown Riverside is home to a few ambitious restaurants, along with the familiar chains. The college town of Claremont has creative contemporary and ethnic fare. Innovative cuisine has become the norm in Temecula, especially at winery restaurants, some of whose chefs specialize in farm-to-table cuisine. The options are more limited in the smaller mountain communities; typically, each town supports a single upscale restaurant, along with fast-food outlets, steak-and-potatoes family spots, and perhaps an Italian or Mexican eatery. Universally, dining out is casual.

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  • 1. Himalayan Restaurant

    $ | Nepalese

    It's best to order family style at this no-frills storefront restaurant so that everyone gets a taste of the many Nepalese and Indian delicacies...Read More

  • 2. Black Kat Fine Dining & Wine Room

    $$$ | American

    Floor-to-ceiling murals of vineyards and wine cellars decorate this 2017 newcomer whose international wine selection impresses as much as its...Read More

  • 3. Peppercorn Grille

    $$ | American

    Filling pizzas, pastas, and steak and fish dishes make this clubby-looking restaurant a fine choice after a long day of skiing in winter or...Read More

  • 4. Madlon's Restaurant

    $$$$ | French

    A triple threat that also serves breakfast (waffles, eggs Benedict) and lunch (burgers and other standards), this restaurant in a cozy, gingerbread...Read More

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