MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER TWENTYNINE PALMS -- The Marine Corps Community Services’ Frontline Restaurant, located at the Officer’s Club, provides a casual dining experience open to all ranks and civilians, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“Our goal at the Frontline Restaurant is every time that a customer comes in they will be satisfied through great service and great food,” said Juan Modesto, club manager, Frontline Restaurant. “We don’t want people to come in once and buy a meal from us. We want our customers to keep coming back for more.”
The restaurant’s menu offers customers a variety of burgers, sandwiches, salads, tacos and herb flat bread pizza. For those looking for even more variety, check out their seasonal specials, taco Tuesday and weekly pasta bar.
“We have a blend of solid meals like you would get in a casual restaurant and something lighter as you would get in fast food,” Modesto said. “If our food is not what they expected than we make sure to engage that customer and receive feedback.”
The restaurant is connected to the Officer’s Club which exists as the last of its kind in the Marine Corps today. According to Modesto, he feels that it makes it even more special.
“It’s a tradition; it’s a place for the Marines to come and get away from their work,” Modesto said. “When Marines walk into the facility they will have time to relax.”
For more information on dining or to call ahead for pickup, contact the Frontline Restaurant at (760) 830-6610.