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Riverside's Mystery Airport: Flabob
We love Riverside! Especially now that we've found the unique, vintage, mysterious "Little Airport That Time Forgot!"
A little known Riverside gem, Flabob Airport dates from 1925, two years before the Lindbergh boom. It is the seventh oldest surviving airport in California! The cafe is built right on the runway of this authentic 1920s airfield, a favorite backdrop for film and television productions. What better place for a theatrical murder!
about the flabob airport cafe
The Flabob Airport Cafe is located right on the runway at vintage Flabob Airport. Free and ample parking is right outside the front door.
Address: 4130 Mennes Aveue, Riverside, 92509
Dining at FLABOB AIRPORT
Mixed Green Salad with Two Dressings
CHOICE OF ENTREE
Prime Rib, served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables
Grilled chicken, served with mashed postatoes and seasonal vegetables
Grilled salmon, served with mashed postatoes and seasonal vegetables
Vegetarian: Cheese Enchiladas, served with rice and beans.
Chef's Choice: Homemade Fruit Pie
Water served with dinner; Coffee served with Dessert.
Beer, wine and sochu cocktails available. Drinks can be purchased at the bar or at your table.
Mennes Avenue is an interior airport road, but GPS systems may not realize that and direct you incorrectly to a spot outside the airport gate.
Coming from any direction, keep your eye out for Twining Street. Our entrance is located at the end of Twining Street, which dead ends into the airport. Come through the airport gates, and the Flabob Airport Cafe is just ahead to your left. Parking is free and ample.
From the 60 traveling in either direction, take the Rubidoux exit and turn South onto Rubidoux Blvd, then turn left onto Mission Blvd, then turn right (only 900 feet!) onto Twining Street. If you are coming from downtown Riverside on Mission Inn Avenue, note that Mission Inn Avenue becomes Mission Boulevard when you cross the Santa Ana River.
Twining Street is a residential street that will dead end at the airport.