Highland Café celebrates ribbon cutting

Salvador and Magdalena Rebollar, center, cuts the ribbon for her new restaurant Highland Cafe on Thursday, Nov. 12.

Highland Café owners Salvador and Magdalena “Maggie” Rebollar celebrated the opening of their third diner with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Highland Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Nov. 12.

While the Rebollar’s, who also own Baseline Burger in San Bernardino and Flor’s Diner in Colton, opened the Highland restaurant earlier this year, an official celebration was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Maggie said it was especially important, during this time, to celebrate business growth and to keep businesses open, for the employees as well as the customers.

Highland Café offers the same breakfast, lunch and dinner menus of classic diner entrees and Mexican food as Baseline Burger, and the food’s served with an emphasis on making every customer feel like a regular.

Highland Café is at 7223 Church St., Suite A-17. It is open 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week. Pick up orders can be made by calling (909) 280-9911.

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