North Central Loma Linda is a small city located in San Bernardino County in the state of California. The name is derived from Spanish for “beautiful hill”. It was not incorporated until 1970 but now has grown upwards of twenty three thousand people. The center of the city was referred to originally as “mound city” while the eastern part of the city was called “Bryn Mawr”. Now the pieces are joined under the current name and together North Central Loma Linda offers a great number of restaurants and wonderful sites for tourists.