The diamond bar is a city in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles, Southern California.
The diamond bar is located about 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the suburbs of Los Angeles. CA-60 East Freeway is available from LA downtown. If you come from Orange County, especially Disneyland, take the CA-57 North Freeway. However, both highways are experiencing heavy traffic jams during the rush hour.
The main roads on the diamond bar are the Diamond Bubble Bar, Golden Springs, Grand Average, and Prospector Road.
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The diamond bar is famous for "country style life," and not many stores. However, this town has a small Wal-Mart, K-Mart Target.
Most popular fast-food chains have shops in the diamond bars. For example, McDonald's, Carls JR, KFC, Taco Bell, In-N-Out, Dell Taco, Jack in the box, and El Polo Loco. With the large population of Asians (around 40% of Asians), it is easy to find Asian restaurants. Chinese, Korean and Indian restaurants are also located in the area. Or, if you drive to Rowland Heights five miles west, you will find many restaurants in China and Korea.
- In-N-Out Burger, 21133 Golden Springs Dr, toll-free: . A fast-food burger joint famous in California. Less than ten dollars.
- Lollipop year 1122. Diamond Bar Blvd, +1 909-860-0666. He specialized in awacha. Less than ten dollars.
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- Best Western Diamond Bar Hotel & Suites, 259 Gentle Springs Ln, ☏ +1 909 860-3700, Fax.
- Holiday Inn Select, 21725 E Gateway Center Dr, ☏ .
|a route through a diamond bar|
|San Dimas Samao←||N S||→Blair → Santa Ana|
|Downtown L.A. ← Hacienda Heights ←||W E||→Pomona → Riverside|