Comfort Suites Ontario Convention Center
1811 East Holt Blvd.
Ontario, CA 91761
Phone: (909) 605-0700
Fax: (909) 605-0779
Located in the Doubletree Hotel Ontario, the Porter's Prime Steak House has great steak and seafood, though the food can be expensive. The restaurant has a older decor, with mahogany wood and older styles of tables. Try the steak or lobster bisque. The Sunday brunch is also a great deal with a lot of great options.
Enjoy the savory pleasures of traditional Indian fare at Bombay Restaurant Cuisine of India or arrange for their catering service. The extensive menu specializes in tandoor (clay oven) cooking, producing an array of mouth-watering appetizers, entrees, breads, and meats, in addition to soups, pastas, curries, and more. The restaurant hosts an all-you-can eat lunch buffet on weekdays.
For over two decades Rosa's Restaurant has served hearty Italian fare: antipasto, salad, sea food, meat, pasta, dessert, and vegetarian options. Live piano music and a full bar round out the dining experience. Rosa's Resaurant also offers private rooms to rent for group functions and parties for 12-135 people.
Marie Callender's serves a wide variety of classic American food, including St. Louis Bourbon BBQ Ribs, Creamy Potato Cheese Soup and cornbread. However, Marie Callender's is especially known for their pies that are moderately priced and delicious. The restaurant is very large and the staff is friendly and effective.
Joey's Pizza serves up those ever-popular hot and fresh pizza pies. However, if you want more than pizza they also offer pasta, sandwiches and salads. The service is fast and friendly. They have a small dining section, but you can also order your meal to go or for delivery.
The Panda Inn has been serving up high quality Chinese cuisine for over 30 years. With mouthwatering specialties such as Tea-Smoked Duck, Upside-Down Crispy Noodles and the Mandarin Hot Pot, those diners in the mood for something special won't be let down. In addition to the house specialties, they also serve up all the traditional favorites like Steamed Dumplings, Cashew Chicken and the requisite Sweet and Sour Pork. Panda Inn will satisfy even the most picky craving.
It may sound cocky to claim (as Farmer Boys Restaurant does) "World's Greatest Hamburgers," but their burgers' awards speak for themselves. In fact, thanks to popularity, since its inception in 1981 the chain has grown to almost 60 Southern Californian restaurants. Guests can expect typical American diner fare: hamburgers, sandwiches, breakfasts, salads, and more.
Open for over forty years, Yangtze has become a local staple in classic Chinese food. The prices are moderate and the service is friendly. Make sure you try their delicious egg rolls and the almond duck.
El Torito has been around for over fifty years serving up quality Mexican food. Featuring all kinds of south of the border specialties such as the Sonora Style Quesadilla Platter, with shredded beef and a blend of melted cheeses, as well as the classics such as Fajitas, Burritos, Enchiladas and Tacos. Whatever you do, make sure you order El Torito's special guacamole, made to your specifications right there at your table. El Torito also serves up delicious margaritas and desserts.
This steakhouse chain has soon gained fame and loyal patron in its neighborhood. With forty five locations, Black Angus has a BullsEye Bar is some of its locations. The BullsEye Bar depicts an atmosphere of an American Sports Bar where you can enjoy watching a match while sipping on your favorite drink. Enjoy some bar food like sliders, steak sandwiches, steak tacos and pair it with wines and more. The restaurant area is great for a family lunch, friendly catch-up meal etc. They also have a kid's menu. Check website for more.
Just five minutes from the Ontario Convention Center, hungry visitors can indulge in the Benihana experience. Food is prepared by chefs on a grill in front of guests, blending meal and entertainment. Fare includes sushi, seafood, meat, and vegetables. Though it is a popular and ground-breaking American chain, the restaurant is steeped in the traditions of Japan - from food and service to decor.
Family owned and operated from a house on a residential street, the Cactus Patch Cafe serves traditional Mexican fare. Through the years, it has retained a number of loyal diners through its reasonable prices, tasty food, and excellent service.