The fourth Inland Empire location for Corky’s Kitchen & Bakery is open!
The latest Corky’s is at 3811 Bedford Canyon Road, Suite 108, Corona.
Corky’s is always open.
The Corona Corky’s joins previous locations in Rancho Cucamonga, Rialto and Eastvale. Corky’s also has a location in Ladera Ranch.
After discovering that Corky’s Kitchen and Bakery is open 24 hours, I wanted to give it a try.
I’m often a late night eater, so tracking down decent restaurants (besides the usual suspects) that are open past 10 p.m. is an ongoing quest.
So last night, I went to the new Corky’s at 2019 N. Riverside Ave., #11 (just north of the 210) in Rialto.
There are older Corky’s locations at 6403 Haven Ave., #106 (also just north of the 210) in Rancho Cucamonga, and in Orange County at 27522 Antonio Parkway, #P-1, in Ladera Ranch.
I’m happy to report that both the food and service were excellent.
I ordered the chorizo and eggs ($7.49), which comes with hash browns or home fries and corn or flour tortilla (or biscuits and gravy!). I opted for the hash browns and flour tortilla.
The hash browns were buttery and plentiful, with the perfect amount of crispiness on the outside. The generous portion of chorizo and eggs was also delicious and well-done. Three flour tortillas and a side of salsa (which delivered a surprising kick) rounded out my meal.
One of my dining companions had a large-enough-for-two Cobb salad ($9.89, seen at right), which came with the chunkiest blue cheese dressing I think I’ve ever seen.
The other had a delicious-looking chicken pot pie ($8.79), which includes soup or salad and a dinner roll. My friend chose the chicken noodle soup.
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