CJ's

Gourmet Burgers, Sandwiches and Milkshakes!

CJ's restaurant is located right in the heart of Downtown San Bernardino on Court Street. This burger, salad and sandwich joint specializes in gourmet food that is always fresh! Their specialty items will have you craving more!

San BernarDEALio: Additional 10% OFF Daily Specials!
San BernarDEALio: BOGO FREE Burger or Sandwich (equal or lesser value)


Try the Pastrami Burger - it includes beef, pastrami, cheese, onion and mushroom!

Or gobble the Black Friday Sandwich - it includes roasted turkey and cranberry sauce on squaw bread!

Another treat offered at CJ's - Fresh Pie Milkshakes made from Thrify ice-cream!

Need a delicious lunch on the go? Call in orders are always welcome!

Coming Soon: LIVE ENTERTAINMENT!


CJ's restaurant is named in honor of the Knapp family's daughter Carol Joy "CJ" Knapp.
1991 - 2010

CJ was a 10 year survivor of a childhood brain tumor. She recently passed away due to complicationsfrom a facial reconstruction surgery to restore her complete smile. She was affectionately known to all of us as an "angel". She in fact had several "out of body"experiences that were truly angelic. Her passing has now made the title official. Our enterprise here is named in her honor because as a 4.0 student she earned a scholarship that she was unable to use. A scholarship has now been established in her name for an equally deserving handicapped student at her high school. This will be funded from the profits of this establishment. An annual donation will also be made to the on going research in childhood brain tumors at LLUMC.

Thank you for your patronage.
The Knapp Family


 
 
Directions to CJ's Get Driving Directions Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 11am-3pm

Contact: Carl Knapp, Owner

Phone: (909) 884-9070

Email: carlknapp@hotmail.com

Address:
370 West Court Street, Suite D
San Bernardino, California 92410

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Did You Know? #26
Ancient Native Americans who first settled in the San Bernardino area called it “Gauchama,” or the “Land of Plenty.”