McKinley’s Grille proudly serves the finest in New American Cuisine. Our chefs prepare menus with peak of the season freshness, using a selection of the finest farm-to-table produce grown on-site at The Farm at Fairplex. Our chefs also use the finest corn-fed beef and hand-selected poultry and fish. Our diverse wine list features medal winners from the Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition.Our dishes feature fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs that are cultivated year-round in our five-acre parcel, produced using only the most sustainable methods. Crops are hand-selected and hand-harvested by our team of chefs and Horticulturist Don Delano with variety, flavor and creativity in mind for every meal.
Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean and was at one time Spain’s primary shipping port to the rest of the Americas. Cuban food is considered a fusion of Spanish, “Taino” Native American, African and Caribbean food. It is usually simply prepared, always well-seasoned, yet rarely spicy. Here at the Coco Palm we have continued in that tradition of combining cultures to make great tasting food.
Pomona Valley Mining Co
Mountaintop lodge offering hearty portions of American comfort food with sprawling city views.
Indians and Spanish Californians were pouring into the Pomona Valley area to extract the precious yellow metal when such famous strikes as Sutter’s Mill in 1848 were discovered. On one sunny day in March 1842 while combing the nooks and crannies of Placerita Canyon east of Newhall, Francisco Lopez discovered deposits of gold amongst the rocks. In the coming years Francisco and his family moved south to Rancho San Jose to begin the making of what is now called Pomona Valley. With the arrival of prospectors, new shops, hotels, and saloons emerged. It is in the tradition of the gold grubbies and saloons that Pomona Valley Mining Company was patterned. It actually sits near one of the old mine sites of the valley. Relics displayed within the restaurant’s interiors are genuine artifacts of the mining era.
An easygoing setting with counter service Mexican fare & combo plates, specializing in tacos.
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