• Alberto's Mexican Food
    841 W Route 66, Glendora, CA 91740
    From morning to midnight Alberto's has customers lining up to eat simple, but filing meals below $7. The lot in the backMore has space to park or there are a few spots free on the street. The staff speaks Spanish and English. 
  • Angelo's Burgers
    213 W Route 66, Glendora, CA 91740

    In the mid-1950s, the building that now houses Angelo's Burgers was the very first drive-through in the area—atMore the time, it was a taco stand. The establishment became Angelo's in 1975.

    Meals at Angelo's are served in large portions, no matter what you order—whether it's a burger, the French toast special, or steak fajitas. The restaurant has plenty of tables both inside and outdoors, as well as a flat-screen TV. The burger joint is very supportive of local events, the Glendora High School band, Little League teams and the local police department. 

  • Baja Fresh Mexican Grill
    1331 S Lone Hill Ave, Glendora, CA 91740
    Baja Fresh Mexican Grill is located on Lone Hill Avenue in the Home DepotMore shopping plaza. Baja Fresh serves grilled Mexican meals. It serves popular Mexican dishes like Burritos, tacos, fajitas and more. Baja Fresh Mexican Grill makes all of its food fresh and does not freeze its meat. Service is courteous and fast. Parking is located right in front of the building.
  • Baskin Robbins
    856 E Route 66, Glendora, CA 91740

    Opened in 1964, this location of Baskin Robbins is one of the oldest ice cream spots in Glendora.  ThereMore are only 5 tables inside and none outside. There is no parking in front, because it is on the corner of Rt 66 and South Elmwood Ave. However, in a block or two in either direction there is free street parking. Ice cream cake remains the favorite, after all these years.


  • Carl's Jr.
    810 S Grand Ave, Glendora, CA 91740
    Carl's Jr. has a tasty menu of American burgers and a good selection of alternative sandwiches, salads and more. Carl'sMore Jr. is home of the Western Bacon Cheeseburger and also offers fish sandwiches and grilled chicken sandwiches to choose from. Prices are fair and service is fast. Carl's Jr. has been in business for more than 40 years. Parking is located in front and along the sides of the building.
  • Casa Jimenez
    1938 E Route 66, Glendora, CA 91740

    Casa Jiminez is a large, traditional Mexican restaurant that has been in business since 1938. It serves breakfast,More lunch and dinner. The murals on the inside walls of the restaurant tell the story of the founding of the San Gabriel Valley Missions.  Casa Jiminez has an all-you-can-eat special for $10, all day, everyday. Tuesday's special is 99-cent tacos.



  • Chelsea Restaurant
    1810 E Route 66, Glendora, CA 91740
    Chelsea Restaurant prides itself in using the freshest ingredients for its menu of unique pizzas, pastas, salads,More seafood and steaks. The restaurant offers wine tasting on Sunday afternoon, and there's no corkage fee if a customer brings in a bottle of wine.
  • Chili's
    1371 E Gladstone St, Glendora, CA 91740
    Chili's offers a mix of contemporary American dishes with a southwestern kick. Its bar includes flat screen televisionsMore that show a variety of sporting events.
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
    1365 E Gladstone St, Glendora, CA 91740
    Chipotle Mexican Grill offers a variety of Mexican and southwestern dishes. The main items are burritos, tacos, andMore burrito bowls, which are a mix of seasoned meats (shredded beef, chicken or pork) with rice and fresh vegetables. Chipotle Mexican Grill prides itself on using only sustainably raised animals free of hormones and antibiotics.
  • Classic Coffee
    148 N Glendora Ave, Glendora, CA 91741
    Classic Coffee is a popular coffee shop located on the east side of Glendora Avenue in the Glendora Village. Good coffeeMore and fast service have made this spot a hit with locals. The location offers free Wi-Fi for your computers and also has an outdoor area if you want to take in the sights while you sip.
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