This historic treasure, built in 1848, is Rancho Cucamonga’s oldest dinner house and a favorite among locals and visitors when it comes to fine dining. The Sycamore Inn serves patrons a delicious variety of steak, fish, and chicken entrees. The Sycamore Inn’s signature prime rib — aged, slow-roasted, and hand-carved — is a favorite.
The Sycamore Inn was originally used as a tavern and inn for weary travelers. During the 1900s, the old dirt road that fronted the Inn became Route 66, a primary route from points east to the Pacific Ocean. From the 30s through the 60s, the Inn hosted movie stars and notables en route to Las Vegas and Palm Springs.