I have driven past Brandon’s Diner on Magnolia in Riverside many times. While running some errands in the area a few weeks ago, I finally decided to stop in for an omelet.
I like the feel of this place. The first time I walked in, I noticed how the customers and servers were interacting. You can tell that this place has a loyal customer base.
Since my first visit, I have been back a few times and my omelet has always been good. The omelets are made with four eggs, and can be ordered a la carte if you don’t want all of the sides. I like this because I’m not always in the mood for the carbs that come with the toast and potatoes.
I have also tried the location on Indiana, but I prefer the atmosphere of the Magnolia location. The one on Magnolia feels like a friendly neighborhood diner, while the one on Indiana kind of feels like a normal coffee shop. At least, that’s my impression.
Brandon’s Diner has seven locations in the Inland Empire, including the two in Riverside. The other locations are in the following cities: Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Fontana, Moreno Valley, Ontario.
Although I have only been here for breakfast, Brandon’s has an extensive menu. They even serve Mexican food, which is what I’ll try if I ever make it here for lunch.Brandon’s Diner 3
10271 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA 92503
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