Baldwin Park is a city located in the central San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 75,390, down from 75,837 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Baldwin Park
4.5 based on 107 reviews
It's been awhile since I reviewed this restaurant. During this last visit, Lazy Dog has changed their menus layout and I noticed some items were gone or under a different location. The first time I reviewed this restaurant, this place was really busy during the lunch. I was really surprised it was not busy during lunch on a Tuesday during this latest visit.
While I ordered the same meal, the quality was still the same but the presentation was different. They used to bring it in a bowl and now they brought on a plate. Since it's been a while since I had been there, it appeared my meal was a bit smaller from the last time I was there for lunch.
The service was the same and I didn't have any problems with the server. I will visit again. I hope this place does not shut down for a lack of customers.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We were through the drive-through in short order. The service was friendly and efficient. Hey it's coffee and a snack...
5 based on 34 reviews
At In-N-Out Burger, quality is everything. Stop by to enjoy our menu of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, french fries and shakes. In-N-Out makes fast food the old fashioned way.
In-N-Out Burger started in Baldwin Park, CA (a replica of the original outlet is just up the street) and today there's a large outlet located on the grounds of In-n-Out University. There's plenty of seating inside and out if you'd like to eat in and two lines for car traffic for the drive through window. In-N-Out is all about burgers. While I'm not a fan of their "secret" sauce I still find their burgers to be far better than other fast food chains and there's no better way to wash them down with one of their shakes. Do visit the website to find items on their secret menu.
5 based on 19 reviews
These are so good and a decent size! two of these and I'm stuffed. It gets really packed especially during lent on Fridays. Limited seating but the lines are all the way to the door. The cashiers are friendly and offer you good suggestions if you're not sure what to get. They have Mexican sodas and aguas are really good. The best part the yellow chiles asados con limon, sal, y pimienta! I could eat these all by themselves! The tacos have cabbage, tomatoes, and mexican crema! Oh boy, I'm getting hungry just writing this. Bottom line you want fish tacos then your place is Taco Nazo. You will not be disappointed and they have coctel de camaron and campechana that are mighty tasty too. Tacos will run you 2 bucks each but so worth it.
5 based on 2 reviews
What a deal , buy one get one for free! The milk tea boba and thai tea are really good. They have a variety to choose from and are fairly cheap. The owners are always nice. I would come here again. They are no lollicup or Bobaloca but they are worth trying. Help support local businesses!
4 based on 54 reviews
I was staying at the courtyard next door, so the location of this restaurant was convenient. There as a mariachi band advertised, which would have been nice, but I wasn't there when the band was performing. I was by myself but sat in a booth because the four bar stools were already taken. Chips and salsa were brought to the table immediately after sitting down. The salsa could have been a little more spicy. I ordered the chicken mole enchiladas. The mole was pretty good with a nice spicy kick. The bar menu had a couple dozen types of good tequila
4 based on 167 reviews
I really enjoy this restaurant. I love the atmosphere of the place; it feels like a logging outpost in the middle of nowhere. Sawdust and peanut shells litter the floor (the peanuts are provided to you at your table or in the waiting area, for free, around the fireplace). It can be a bit dark in the dining area and you may need to hunch close to the table light to read the menu. The furniture is rustic; at your table it is unlikely you will have two chairs that are alike.
The food has been very good to excellent on every visit; I’ve never had a bad steak there. The dinners (steaks mostly) are a tad on the pricy side. But to be fair, you do get a ton of food for your money. The steaks all come with a large baked potato and rice pilaf. And in addition to that bottomless refills on cheesy garlic bread and the two types of salads they place on your table (a cabbage salad and a ranch soaked lettuce salad).
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This is a nice addition to the Kaiser Medical Center. It is located in the large interior park area of the medical campus across from the lake next to the medical center building. They have the usual drinks you can get from Starbucks. Real nice location and friendly service.
4 based on 27 reviews
This is not your typical fast food mexican food, but it is not a fancy place either. But the food is absolutely awesome. I had never been before And I had a Carnitas, and Al Pastor taco. SUPERB!!!! I had a Carne Asade Sope. Beyond perfect. And I tried the beef tongue which was like expensive steak they definitely know how to prepare it to perfection. The Horchata was also wonderful. Again why is there nothing like this where I live.
5 based on 8 reviews
This place never disappoints... There is a wide variety of tortas (Mexican-style sandwiches), with your choice of meats. My favorite is #51 - with steak, ham, bacon, two kinds of cheese, avocado and tomato. My kids like them, too (just no tomato). There are also several fresh juices to choose from. And the prices are great! I picked up dinner to go there last night for $26.44 - for four people. Yum!
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