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La Verne Restaurants

  • by kcbrit Written Apr 30, 2006

    What a find! Small restaurant hidden in a shopping center on Foothill Blvd. There are so many different tastes to Guyuanan cuisine. It has the usual Carribean tases - plaintains, cod fish, rice as well as an Indian influence. The owner is very friendly and will make special dishes for you if you ask. The food can be spicy but is unlike anything I've ever tasted. And inexpensive too!

    Favorite Dish: Chicken Curry served with plaintains and roti (extra)

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    • Food and Dining

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  • by okerbarb Written Jul 10, 2004

    The pizza is super, especially if you aren't into the greasy pizza's some places have. Their prices aren't cheap, but if you go on-line to their site you can get coupons to use but they can only be used during the week, not on the weekends. I also love the cheese Ravioli, but I get it with marinara sauce, instead of the one on the menu--yum!

    Favorite Dish: pizza

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  • by Lorrie_P Written Aug 26, 2002

    My favorite restaurant is Hero's in old town LaVerne. It is an old style saloon with outdoor dining in warm weather. The food is good and the portions are generous.
    The atmosphere os casual...saedust on the floor;pictures of the town in 'olden' days, an interesting bar.

    Favorite Dish: I prefer the lunch menu and my favorite is the club sandwich with fries.

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La Verne Transportation

  • by ConradN Updated Feb 9, 2007

    By auto from the 210 (Foothill) Freeway: exit E-bound at Foothill Blvd., continue E to 'D' St., S to Old Town and ULV; exit W-bound at Fruit St, turn S to Bonita Ave, turn W to Old Town and ULV.
    Auto is most convenient.

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La Verne Off The Beaten Path

  • by ConradN Written Aug 24, 2002

    Hiking/riding/biking trails in the San Gabriel foothills encounter year-round creeks, live oak woodlands and scenic vistas. Access at Marshall Canyon Equestrian Center on Golden Hills Rd., trailhead above Marshall Canyon Golf Course, or Claremont Wilderness Park.

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