If you’re a frozen yogurt fan, you should be at the Yogoo la Mode yogurt shop at 7890 Haven Ave., Suite 8 (at Town Center Drive) in Rancho Cucamonga.
On Sunday, November 1, they will be celebrating their second anniversary.
Among the deals being offered that day:
Free yogurt with toppings (8 oz. max) to the first 100 customers.
Buy one, get one free boba tea drinks, yogurt and gelato all day long.
30% discount on all ice cream and yogurt cake orders.
VIP club membership (which includes a free ice cream cake during your birthday month, a free small yogurt on your birthday, 15% discount on regular purchases and other special offers) for $25 — a $10 discount.
Balloon animals for the kids from noon to 4 p.m.
Yogoo is one of those self-serve yogurt places, similar to Nubi or Ohana, both of which I like.
I haven’t yet been to Yogoo, but free frozen yogurt is a difficult thing to pass up. I think I’ll have to pop over and check them out.
Special anniversary hours are from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
(.pdf file) to download their anniversary flier and check out all the deals yourself.
For all the recessionistas out there (and you know who you are), Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
in Rancho Cucamonga is offering $1 sandwiches from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow. The eatery
on Haven and Fourth (actually, it’s Trademark but we’ll say Fourth) is
marking it’s 68th year since opening its first location in Dallas.
You can only get two sandwiches, that’s the limit.
In today’s Sun newspaper, we read Michael Sorba’s story of a developer’s continuing quest to bring an In-N-Out Burger to Highland.
One of the stumbling blocks seemed to be a sign near the 210 freeway which the developer wanted to use promote the fast food restaurant and other businesses at the center in which it would be located.
However, the center (on Greenspot Road) isn’t directly adjacent to the freeway.
The city’s planning commission initially denied the sign request and the developer appealed that decision. Now the developer has withdrawn that appeal and is instead working the developer whose center is next to the freeway to get space on that center’s existing sign.
With all the sign-wrangling seeming to be over, it appears that the Highland In-N-Out will soon be a reality.
That lonely void left by Sisley’s at Victoria Gardens will soon be filled.
Italian restaurant Paisano
is leaving its Fontana location and moving next to Lucille’s at
Victoria Gardens. The eatery is expected to open mid-December, said
Masa Liles, director of marketing for Victoria Gardens.
That means that their pies, which are normally $10.49 to $15.49, are now just $6.99.
My favorite pie ? Probably plain ol’ apple, although I wouldn’t turn away a slice of French apple. Heck, even their sugar-free apple is pretty good!
And I think I inherited my taste for pecan pie from my Mom.
Of course, pumpkin is perfect for Halloween parties!
OK, all this pie talk is making me hungry!
As usual, there are restrictions. This time it means that you have to remember to include the cost of the tin, and the deal isn’t good on cheesecakes and fresh fruit pies. It’s only on to-go pies. And price and participation may vary by location. The deal ends October 31.
You’ll find lots of Marie Callender’s throughout the Inland Empire: Redlands, San Bernardino, Claremont, Chino, Riverside, Corona, Hemet, Ontario and Temecula. And if you include the deserts for your desserts, there’s Victorville, Rancho Mirage and Palm Desert.