The Magic Lamp Inn, a Rancho Cucamonga landmark steakhouse was founded in 1955 by John Clearman. The steakhouse came into existence after the unfortunate burn down of ‘Lucy and John’s restaurant’, a restaurant located on Route 66 from 1941 to 1955. The building was reconstructed and then transformed into the Magic Lamp, which today is one of three places in the US that have an open flame at night on the sign which is designed like Aladdin’s lamp just outside the restaurant. The Rancho Cucamonga restaurant has a Bavarian feel but an Arabian Nights name.
The Magic Lamp was built in Old World style: heavy wooden doors,stained glass, red brick and Spanish tile. There’s a fire pit placed inside the restaurant that gets converted into a fountain in summers. Also, there’s a specially designed lamp-patterned carpet amid a setting with exposed wood everywhere.
If you are looking for a fine dining experience including the finest prime beef, freshest seafood, and tempting array of delicious side salads and desserts; Magic Lamp is the place for you! Need proof of our delicious entrees? Watch our video today to find out how Magic Lamp Inn can arrange the ideal setting for all your private dining needs.