5 REASONS TO DRIVE TO CLAREMONT FOR ITS FIRST-EVER RESTAURANT WEEK

If Tutti Mangia owner Eddie Inglese isn’t greeting diners at the door, he’s chatting with customers at their table. Tutti Mangia is an upscale eatery, and its three-course lunch for $20 and dinner for $40 boasts choices like scallopini di pollo and petite filet mignon. For dinner, the roasted beef marrow bones melt in your mouth and will make you want 10 more. End your meal with the perfectly light panna cotta trio, which refers to its three herb-infused sauces: orange-terragon, lemon-basil and raspberry-mint. If you’re looking for something more casual, Inglese also runs Eddie’s Pizzeria & Eatery, which is offering three courses, including fried zucchini and St. Louis style ribs, for $20. 102 Harvard Ave., Claremont; 909-625-4669.

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