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Don’t Wait for the Vineyards, there are Already Delicious Restaurants to Enjoy

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Lifestyle @ PorterRanch

Across from the Porter Ranch Town Center, new construction is underway for completion of the well awaited Vineyards at Porter Ranch, where new restaurants, a movie theater and many well-awaited businesses will be located.

The PRTC is conveniently located near the 118 freeway at Porter Ranch Drive and Rinaldi Street. The shopping center is large enough to host a variety of retail businesses to complete all of your shopping needs, such as Walmart, Ralph’s, JoAnn’s and Tully’s.

However, there are also excellent places to eat and satisfy that food or snack craving you’re having right now. Many of the businesses in the PRTC have been serving hungry customer for years and have earned positive ratings with locals.

So, if you are ready for quick delicious healthy meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there is Starbucks, Baja Fresh, Subway or Pick up Stix with fresh Asian cuisine near to each other for the undecided eater. If those choices do not peak your appetite and you are still in a hurry, there is In-n-Out for a mouth watering burger and fries or Pieology for an 8-minutes tantalizing pizza. These restaurants offer visitors and locals a variety of exceptional food for the person on the go.

Having more time to sit down and eat opens up the gastro fulfillment options for the hungry eater to choose from. For soup, salad and more you can stop by Souplantation and get your fill for a great price. If you looking for the tropical experience look no further than Islands. TGI FRiday’s, Jasmine Thai, Mediterranean Bistro and Musashi Japanese Cuisine complete the list for PRTC eateries.

After your hearty meal, you can finish off a meal with dessert at Owl’s Ice Cream. They offer tasty treats for everyone.

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