Pomona is a charming city, for the most part. I live in the L.A. area and have traveled to Pomona several times in recent months. The city's main attraction is the Fairplex, which is where the Los Angeles County Fair is held every year. The fair is spectacular and is comparable to none, definitely an experience everyone should add to their bucket list.
One restaurant in Pomona stood out far above the rest: Coco Palm Restaurant. Featuring Cuban cuisine, the food is delicious and perfectly prepared. Staff are great and the atmosphere is very relaxing, and every time I've visited, a pianist was always performing.
A major downfall to the city of Pomona is the weather in the winter and summer seasons. Located close to the San Gabriel mountains, Pomona receives the icy wind blowing off the snow caps in the colder months, making a miserable windy and cold combination. During the summer, after the sun has risen above the mountains the temperatures also rise and can become very hot and unbearable. I would not want to live there, but Pomona definitely has a plenty to offer anyone seeking a unique and fun getaway.