Food in Victorville, CA
Go ahead, dive into the taste treats that Victor Valley has to offer.
For example, every Thursday morning for nearly 20 years, Victor Valley College has been home to the High Desert Farmers Market. There are plenty of California-grown, seasonal produce items for sale year round along with baked goods, flowers and plants, organic meats, and homemade crafts.
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Some of that locally grown goodness winds up on the plates over at Emma Jean’s Holland Burger Café, which has been serving up the breakfasts and burgers in bona fide California ambiance for more than 60 years. Emma Jean’s sits in Victorville right on Route 66, and has been showcased in newspapers, magazines and TV shows, including Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on the Food Network.
The family-run operation is known for its made-from-scratch biscuits and gravy, kielbasa and eggs Benedict, and chicken-fried steak. The huge portions are evident on the Trucker’s Sandwich, a monster stacked high with roast beef, bacon, chilies and cheese.
Dixie Beer and Wine
At Johnny Rebs', the kitchen staff offers Southern favorites and homemade dishes such as barbecue, catfish, hush puppies and collard greens. Dessert items include peach cobbler and pecan pie, and there is even Dixie beer available to customers. The popular restaurant is on Seventh Street in Victorville.
Mimi's Cafe in Victorville is known for both its good food and good service. The menu features down-home favorites such as bacon and eggs, biscuits and gravy, and bread pudding, plus several items for those of us who are counting our calories.
Meanwhile, The Village Grind & Wine Cellar in Wrightwood is home to several breakfast and lunch offerings along with numerous coffees and smoothie drinks. There is also wine tasting by the glass on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
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