San Bernardino County is home to many one-of-a-kind restaurants satisfying any and all hungry road-trippers touring the mountains and deserts of Southern California. Fill up at historic Route 66 diners, family-owned favorites, ethnic eateries, pizzerias, breweries, bakeries, coffee houses and so much more.
Fun Fact: The original McDonald’s started in San Bernardino back in 1948 and has grown to be the largest fast food chain in the world. The original site of the first hamburger stand is now a McDonald’s museum.
Indulge in sweet treats, baked goods and more! From The Gingerbread House at Santa’s Village in Lake Arrowhead to Oak Glen for endless apple desserts, SBC always satisfies a sweet tooth. Plan a special trip for some great local coffee too! We recommend Joshua Tree Coffee Roasters to start your day off right.
On the hunt for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? San Bernardino County boasts long-established family-owned restaurants from Big Bear to Joshua Tree. Specializing in simple, casual fare for the hungry family, local eateries are guaranteed to satisfy famished families of all ages. Nothing but classic California cuisine served here, from burgers and fries to sandwiches and salads. And mac’n’cheese for the little ones, of course.
Along historic Route 66 in Southern California, classic diners are the thing. Often accompanied by famous Route 66 roadside attractions, this restaurants-of-old are perfect for filling the tank. Diners and road-trips go together like pancakes and syrup, eggs and bacon, burgers and fries, fried chicken and mashed potatoes… you get the idea. What more could road-weary travelers ask for then a corner booth at a retro diner? So get out of the car, stretch those legs and grab some grub.
Drink up adventure in San Bernardino County! SBC offers local craft breweries, dive bars, and modern cocktails to fuel any grown-up getaway. Folks can wet their whistle at the many cowboy bars that pepper Route 66, along with the deserts and mountains of Southern California. Cheers!
Authentic ethnic eateries are plentiful across America’s largest county, stretching from east of Los Angeles to the Nevada and Arizona borders. Southern California proudly offers diverse dining where visitors can enjoy local Mexican and Hispanic cuisine, beloved Asian and Indian restaurants and delicious Italian done right.