Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler, Corona

Chuy's Corona - Outisde

Update: The Corona Chuy’s is closed, but the Chuy’s in Murrieta is still open has closed too. Shamrock’s now occupies this spot.
The next time you’re driving down Magnolia and notice the great white shark sticking out of Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler, do yourself a favor and go inside the restaurant.

chuys-owners-are-backThis is our first post on RiversideAndBeyond.com, so we wanted to start with a review of one of our favorite places to eat.  We have eaten at Chuy’s many times since we first tried it about 4 years ago.  We didn’t go quite as much when new management took over, so now that the original owners have returned, we go there frequently again.

I keep going back for the tri-tip and the shrimp skewers.  I’m a tri-tip and shrimp fan, so I try it most places I find it.  So far, Chuy’s is the undisputed champ.  The tri-tip is always well-seasoned and perfectly-cooked, and is not smothered in barbecue sauce.  The tri-tip meals are served with rice, beans, cabbage salad and tortillas.

Chuy's Tri TipChuy's Shrimp

Chuy’s offers much more than tri-tip and shrimp, including chicken, fish, sandwiches, soups, salads, burritos, tacos and breakfast.  There are also separate meals for the kids, and a bar for the grown-ups.

Chuy's Salmon

The inside of Chuy’s is part comic book and beach shack.  The walls and tables are covered with creative murals, and there are a few sharks that pop out of the wall.

Chuy's Corona - Inside

The pricing is reasonable for the amount and quality of the food.  You can get meals for about $6 – $11, and kids’ meals for about $5.

Chuy’s is one of our favorite places to eat in Riverside County.  Check it out.

Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler
1275 Magnolia Ave, #105
Corona, CA

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