Riverside’s Inland Empire Brewing Company is hosting Airwaves 2013, in celebration of Beer Geek Radio’s first anniversary.
The event will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, January 5, at the brewery, 1710 Palmyrita Ave., Suite 11.
A limited number (300) of tickets, which includes a commemorative glass and ten tasting tickets, are available. The $30 (plus $2.04 service fee) tickets are available in advance by clicking here.
It’s the final Wednesday 60th anniversary deal at Baker’s Drive-Thru, and it’s a bean, rice and cheese burrito (perfect with green sauce) for just 60¢.
But that doesn’t mean it’s the final 60th anniversary deal.
That’s because the Inland Empire-based chain has announced it will have a different deal every day through the end of the year — the top five most popular offers, in fact.
Wok N’ Grill has opened a second location in Redlands.
The fast food restaurant specializes in Chinese food and Mediterranean entrées, as well as burgers, sandwiches, hot wings and more.
The new location is at 1596 N. Orange St., the latest in a long string of restaurants to occupy the A-frame building.
Wok N’ Grill’s original location is at 905 N. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino.
For updates, “Like” Wok N’ Grill on Facebook.
Want to spend Christmas Eve with your family, but don’t want to cook?
Then pack the kids in the car and head to John’s Incredible Pizza, for another incredible holiday buffet deal.
How does $6.99 for an all-you-can-eat buffet and beverage sound?
Slaving over a holiday ham is quickly losing its appeal, huh?
Fellow columnist and blogger David Allen stumbled upon a Christmas tradition while having lunch at Molly’s Souper in Upland.
The staff were in their pajamas!
The tradition isn’t limited to the staff…customers who show up in their nightclothes get a free hot cocoa and apple crisp.
You can read David’s reaction here.
Molly’s Souper is at 388 N. First Ave., Upland.
Redlands’ Hangar 24 Craft Brewery has become the first one to go to the can…as well as the bottle.
It’s become the first Southern California craft brewery to both bottle and can its beers.
The first two beers available in cans are Orange Wheat and Helles Lager.
It might be a little chilly to take Hangar 24 poolside, but just be glad in knowing you can now do so without any danger.
Click here to read the article from Redlands Daily Facts reporter Kristina Hernandez.
Yucaipa’s Brew Rebellion has taken another step towards opening.
The brewery has filed paperwork with the ABC in Riverside to open at 13444 Cailfornia St., Yucaipa.
The brewery is also planning its second bottle share at 4 p.m. Saturday, January 19, at the future brewery. Mark your calendars now.
For more information on the bottle share, click here.
For updates on Brew Rebellion’s progress, “Like” ’em on Facebook.
Just when you thought we were pretty much done with food trucks for the year, the “Minister of Culinary Awareness,” Cliff Young, is bringing them back for one last hurrah this weekend.
Of course, this is all totally contingent on whether or not the Earth is destroyed tomorrow.
The Dos Lagos Food Truck Festival will take place (barring doomsday) from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday (December 22) at The Shops at Dos Lagos, 2780 Cabot Drive, Corona.
Tickets are $8. Advance tickets, including a special $30 family four-pack are available now by clicking here.
Click over the jump to see a list of expected trucks.
We’re well aware that Christmas isn’t even here yet, but now is the time to get your New Year’s Eve plans in order.
Head over the jump for a sampling of local New Year’s Eve events.
Got an email this morning letting us know that the first Temecula Fatburger is open.
They let us know, so we’re letting you know.
The new location is at 40573 Margarita Road, Suite 100.
Other Inland Empire locations include Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside and Cabazon.