The first settlement in the San Bernardino Valley was established May 20, 1810 and was called Politana. It was created as a mission and supply station. The native Guachama Indians subsequently destroyed the settlement due to earthquakes and they were very superstitious.
Today, the city of San Bernardino is considered the one hundred and second largest city in the United States. The 2017 census put the population at close to two hundred and twenty thousand people. It is home to the McDonald’s Museum that is located on the original site of the first McDonald’s in the world.
Bleu Pitt Café, located at 165 W. Hospitality Lane, is one of the many great restaurants located in San Bernardino, California. It was established in 2015 by husband and wife team, John and Liz. They have a passion not only for people but for pit bulls as well.
Bleu Pitt Café was named after their first pit bull puppy Bleu. They have a passion for pet rescue, especially pit bulls. Sadly, pit bulls have gotten a bad rap because people have trained them to be fight or attack dogs. However, studies have shown they are not disproportionately dangerous. So, the mission of getting the word out about this unique breed has become the mission of John and Liz.
They strive to serve only the freshest foods that are produced locally. Their menu consists of mostly cold and hot/grilled sandwiches. They also serve bagels and breakfast all day with a great selection of coffee. They can boast that they have close to three hundred and sixty reviews online that give them a strong four-point six-star rating.
Located at 891 Harriman Place in San Bernardino, California, is Poke Bar. Poke is considered a staple in Hawaiian food. For the most part, poke consists of diced, raw fish and is serviced with vegetables, rice and sauces.
Poke Bowl takes the poke experience to new level. Their creativity in sauces, noodles, rice, greens mixed with the choice of raw fish makes this meal not only delicious but pretty healthy too. This fast-casual dining restaurant has brought poke to a whole new level. It is not wonder they have over one hundred and fifty positive posts on the internet with a four-point seven-star rating.
The Cutting Board is located in the DoubleTree San Bernardino Hotel. Their creative menu not only pleases those who stay at the Double Tree it is a favorite for locals as well. Their popular Wine Wednesdays take a full fifty percent off their whole wine list. Their affordable lunch specials include half of a sandwich and a cup of soup for only ten dollars. Or, enjoy their happy hour which is every day from four to seven in the evening and all day on Sunday.
Most people don’t expect much from the restaurant that is located in the hotel, however, their positive evaluations on the world wide web says a great deal about how they take care of their clientele.
Los Angeles Hood Cleaning Service has been serving the greater San Bernardino Valley area for years. They are a member of the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association and have their teams of technicians certified in not only restaurant hood cleaning but grease removal and power washing hoods.