Beaumont is a city in Riverside County, California, United States located at a half mile elevation in the pass area south of Southern California's highest peak, San Gorgonio Mountain, and north of San Jacinto Peak.
Things to do in Beaumont
4.5 based on 127 reviews
New to Beaumont and located right off Interstate 10, Domenico's Italian Kitchen serves up great Italian food at a very reasonable price. It has an extensive menu that features all of the Italian favorites. The Lasagna and Pasta dishes are great and their Pizzas are terrific. Two of our favorites are the Calabrese and Big D Pizza's. The "Individual" Pizza is about the size of a "Medium" Pizza at most other Italian restaurangs. The y also have a very tasty dinner salad; the small one will easily serve two people. Overall, a friendly staff and great food at an affordable price makes eating at Domienico's Italian Kitchen a must if you are in the area.
My daughter and I with 4 grandchildren showed up at 6:30 on a Friday evening. Originally told the wait was 30 minutes we were seated within 10 minutes.
Small pizza fed the grandkids with some to take home. Grownups shared several pasta dishes and every one of them was really good.
Leftover pizza was excellent. I mean really good pepperoni pizza. Pasta portions were generous and were enough to feed two adults at home that didn't make the trip.
The garlic cheese bread was some of the best I've had. Better than at much better restaurants.
Our server was friendly and very attentive to us the entire time even though it was busy.
Perhaps those writing poor reviews went on off nights because our experience was great.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Hey, you'll want to stop by Choco Donuts in Beaumont behind WalGreens. Their donuts are always fresh and tasty. They also make large donuts for that special occasion or office meeting. The owners are also Christian and have Bible verses around the store to read. You'll like it!!
4.5 based on 137 reviews
Fisherman's Market & Grill has created the standard for quality and freshness in the seafood restaurant business. Dedicated to serving the absolute freshest seafood, from our boats to you, fresh daily, they have overtaken all their competition in every location they open. CELEBRITY QUOTES 1) "In my book, Fisherman's Market & Grill is a hole-in-one!" Rachael Ray 2) "The Fish Taco here is truly extraordinary; truly, truly, extraordinary!" Anthony Bourdain (No Reservations, Travel Channel) Our Banning location is off the I-10 Freeway at 22nd Street exit. Come up to Ramsey Street then turn left. We are the second driveway on the right.
Having just gotten back from New Orleans and oyster gorging 101 ways, I thought maybe a place like Fisherman's might serve good fried oysters. I was really disappointed. They were black! I am not sure what that meant but I tried one and it was really strong. Spoiling? Was it a canned? or bottled product? certainly not fresh. Every one likes Fisherman's so I gave it a 3 because their other good is probably really good.
4 based on 83 reviews
This little gem is packed with excellent food and drinks. Been here 3 x now and each time the food is consistently excellent.....the mixed fajitas are wonderful with grilled veggies and lots of fresh tender shrimp , beef and chicken , the tacos are all excellent and they have a great selection of ceviche . I could go on and on, just saying if you want very good Mexican food and a great drink selection , this is the place.
5 based on 7 reviews
Place is pretty clean, good topping choices, and staff seems helpful. Generally parking in front, and its a good healthy snack.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
We found this place during our overnight in Cabazon. What a great surprise. It is very close to the Outlet centers. The food tastes really good. We had the fajitas Trio. It is a large portion. The service is also great!
4.5 based on 41 reviews
We ordered two ground beef burritos with French fries and a Coke. The food tasted good and the staff were friendly and helpful during our visit. The area is clean and comfortable. Prices are average for what you get.
4 based on 65 reviews
We ordered chicken tacos with rice and beans. Margarita to drink. The food and drink tasted good. The waiters ,Brandon and Gabriel did a great job! They were friendly and helpful during our visit. Prices are fair for what you get. The atmosphere needs to be more festive but it is comfortable.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
We stopped in because there is always a crowd in the parking lot. We should of turned around when we saw people eating mac and cheese in the bar! My husband had what they called manicotta, but it wasn't. It was two sheets of pasta with mozzarella cheese in between. There was some bottle tomato sauce spread over the top. It was gross. I had cheese ravioli and they were horrible. I did not expect homemade ones, but edible ones would have been nice. I also ordered a tequila drink and it was made with the rot gut Tijuana tequila that I didn't know they still made.
It was stifling hot in the restaurant. The only semi redeeming feature was that it was very inexpensive. Our dinner was $18. We would have gladly paid double for decent food. It is a sad state of affairs when it is rated the best restaurant that Banning has to offer. It is not. I would say that this area does not have a clue about Italian food, but we ate at Russo's down the street and it was actually pretty good!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Normally, I'd save that 5th star for an "over the top" place. But, given the value here, Flo's get it.. This is one of 3 Flo's locations; and the only one not located in chino. This is a small dining venue, and was already on a wait at 5pm. The reason: Prime rib! Now, when I see prime rib as an evening special, either it's thin and tough, or it's pretty expensive. This was $16, and it was 2 inches thick, and cooked just right. Dinner comes with choice of potato, and mixed veggies. Side salad is $1.99. The whole dinner was $60 for 3 people, and that included coffee. Oh, and they have really tasty pies made in their own little bakery in chino too. They bring em' out to this location about every day or two they said. Take a whole pie; at 9-$12 a pie its hard to beat.
All in all, not sure how you can beat this place for the money. Most of the California eateries I've been to on this trip have already increased their prices pretty significantly, to compensate for the state's rather dumb minimum wage increase. Hey, somebody has to pay the difference...
Give Flo's a go....
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