Posted November 30, 2007 in Eats

Centro Basco Restaurant

The dishes range from a mix of Spanish and French cuisine. Don’t forget to start your meal with a bowl of their famous onion soup. 13432 Central Ave., Chino, 909-628-9014. $$


Flo’s Airport Café 

The building would be hard to find if it wasn’t for the large amounts of cars constantly parked in front. Order a large plate of pancakes and watch the planes fly overhead.

7000 Merrill Ave # 8, Chino, (909) 597-3416.  $


Joey’s Bar-B-Q

Known for their large portions and western décor, Joey’s boasts having the best ‘cue in the area. It may also be the only one with a singing cowboy on the weekends. 3689 Riverside Dr., Chino, (909) 628-1231.  $$


Pizzaioli Ristorante Italiano

Elegent Italian dining at a moderate price. Their bar is stocked with over 400 bottles of wine and 100 single malt scotches. 3920 Grand Ave # A, Chino, (909) 590-5454.  $$


Toro Sushi Bar & Grill

The great, relaxed atmosphere and colorful sushi chefs are just a small part of what makes this place great. Try the chef’s special roll not on the menu—you won’t be disappointed. 1520 N. Mountain Ave., Bldg D, Chino, (909) 983-8676.  $$


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