Getaway to Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
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Weekend escape to Rancho Cucamonga

Can’t get enough baseball? Add a minor league game to your schedule at LoanMart Field in Rancho Cucamonga, home to the Dodger-affiliated Quakes.

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Inland Empire 66ers pitcher Simon Mathews signs autographs before a June game against the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes at LoanMart Field in Rancho Cucamonga.

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The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes mascot rouses the crowd.

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Fans participate in the “YMCA” song between innings as the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes play the Inland Empire 66ers in June.

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Game in progress: The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes play the Inland Empire 66ers in Class A Advanced California League baseball action in June.

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The Cucamonga Service Station, built in 1915, has been restored by a nonprofit group and is now a museum.

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Dining options in Rancho Cucamonga include the State at Victoria Gardens. This is its truffle burger.

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The State restaurant in Rancho Cucamonga sets out an Old Fashioned.

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A cocktail at the State called Ashes of Pele: mezcal, tequila, fresh lime juice, charcoal simple syrup and cherry bitters.

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The State’s street tacos, made with braised short ribs, alongside an Ashes of Pele cocktail. The Rancho Cucamonga restaurant is in the buzzy shopping district known as Victoria Gardens.

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The State’s street tacos

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