Help, Please! Need Meeting Address
A friend from Hemet and I from Monrovia, want to meet at the interchange of the 57/60. I recall a McDonalds there (used to stop for coffee on my way to the desert) and other restaurants nearby.
We want to meet at that McDonalds and go to a restaurant nearby since neither of us know the area. Do any of you know the address of the MdDonalds? Any suggestions on nearby restaurants?
Thanks in Advance!!
Well, there is a McDonalds on the 60 Fwy at Brea Canyon just west of the 57 on the south side of the freeway, and there is also one on Diamond Bar Blvd. just off the 60 on the east side of the 57.
Do not know dining options out there.
We really like Asian Deli, which is an Indonesian restaurant. Not fancy at all, but great food for very little cash. Do a search under that name to get some ideas of how others have rated it. (I think Dommy! liked it too.) I believe they are closed on Mondays, but call and they'll tell you. Palomino is the first street to the east of the 57, and they are just a bit north of Diamond Bar Blvd, on the west side of Palomino, in the same strip mall as a Montessori and a Sizzler, as I recall.
23545 Palomino Drive Suite F, Diamond Bar, CA 91765
Oops. Palomino is the first street to the East of the *60* freeway, off of Diamond Bar. Sorry, forgot which one was which.
Behind the Carl's, across the street from McD's is a pretty good Chinese restaurant, Diamond Palace.
Behind the McD's, in the KMart shopping center, there is a good pizza place but it has a very small dining area.
If you want to continue north on Diamond Bar Blvd, about 1/2 a mile, from the McD's, there is a great Italian restaurant,
808 N Diamond Bar Blvd
a little farther north for coffee is the COFFEE KLATCH off the 57 at arrow hwy in the target shopping center.
heather perry, the national barista champion in previous years, is the daughter of the owner/roaster and it is her home base coffee house.
the mexican joint next door (don't remember the name) isn't bad at all, but not much ambiance.
it might help you to know that the mcdonalds is combined with a Chevron gas station so dont go expecting some big arches out front.
This is the one on the interchange, i believe the exit is brea canyon.
that location gets you near some decent korean bbq/soontofu/noodle places in rowland heights/walnut/diamond bar area. You will also be very close to all the different chinese options in Rowland heights.
You are also not too far from Joey's BBQ in chino(about 7-10 miles i think) if you want some excellent BBQ.