Diamond Bar is an upscale community situated in eastern Los Angeles County, in the state of California, in the United States. It is bordered by the cities of Chino Hills, Rowland Heights, Brea, Walnut, and Pomona. The city was named after the 1918 branding iron ‘diamond over a bar’ registered to a local ranch owner.
Diamond Bar is primarily a residential suburb, offering quality shopping centers for residents. Top employers in the area include Allstate, Travelers, Target, the Automobile Club of Southern California, and the Diamond Bar High School. There are many opportunities in the Diamond Bar area for companies looking to rent executive office space.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Diamond Bar is located near many Californian attractions. It is within 25 minutes of Disneyland, and just a few miles from several state reservoirs and National Forests. Diamond Bar is also home to a Los Angeles County public golf course. Dining options in Diamond Bar include Sushi Koyo, Peacock Gardens Cuisine of India, East 180, Kyala Sushi & Japanese Cuisine, and The Whole Enchilada, which offers an authentic taste of Mexico.
The nearest major airport to Diamond Bar is LA/Ontario International Airport. This airport operates international and domestic flights from Ontario, California and is 16 miles from central Diamond Bar. Another major airport in the area is John Wayne Airport. Other options include Long Beach Airport, Bob Hope Airport and Los Angeles International Airport all within easy reach of Diamond bar meaning access to numerous air-travel routes is available. The Orange Freeway and Chino Valley Freeway pass by on the outskirts of the town with junctions that make joining these major road arteries easy and convenient.