Moreno Valley’s Burger Boss has expanded to Corona.
The customizable burger spot announced its new location Monday on Facebook.
Inland Empire Explorer filmed an episode at the new location today.
The Corona Burger Boss is at 490 Hidden Valley Parkway. It’s open 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Since they’ve apparently been shut out of the L.A. County Fair, the only place locally to find the Yucaipa-based Gingerbread Shop is at downtown Riverside’s Festival of Lights, where they’ve parked for at least the last three years.
The pink A-frame is apparently an offshoot of a bakery at Santa’s Village and for a time was a fixture at the Inland Center in San Bernardino.
The shop serves up delicious desserts, including cinnamon rolls, apple crisp, and yes, gingerbread cake and gingerbread men, as well as hot beverages.
Get to bed early Panera Bread fans, because the newest location opens tomorrow (December 20) in Upland.
The first 25 customers each day tomorrow through Sunday (December 22) will receive a stainless steel Panera Bread coffee mug and a voucher for free coffee for a week.
The location is also partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank. All customer donations to the Panera Cares Community Breadbox will go to the organization, and Panera will match a portion of those funds.
Sonic Drive-In is celebrating the winter solstice Saturday (December 21) in typical Sonic fashion: With half-price shakes all day long.
It’s a perfect way to to treat yourself for getting your holiday shopping done.
You will have your holiday shopping done by Saturday, right?
Pappasito’s Mexican Grill & Seafood has opened in a former Burger King in north San Bernardino.
The restaurant serves up a variety of tacos, burritos, quesadillas, tortas, soups, seafood and combination plates.
We appreciate that breakfast is served all day.
Parliament Chocolate, the latest from the mastermind behind à la minute, will celebrate its grand opening this weekend (December 14 and 15).
Just as with à la minute, the focus is on simple quality. Parliament raises the bar by using only two ingredients in its chocolate: High quality cacao and organic cane sugar.
The shop opened December 1 and has been open Saturdays and Sundays since then.
A while back we mentioned that Chicago’s Al’s Beef was coming to Chino.
The small chain has a little over a dozen locations in the Chicagoland area, and recently opened its first out-of-state location in San Jose.
The Chino location, which opens tomorrow (December 14) at 11 a.m., will be its second.
A Las Vegas location is in the works, as well.
Santa Claus is comin’ to town…Rancho Cucamonga, specifically.
The jolly old elf is heading to Suite 106 Cupcakery from 5 to 8 p.m. today (December 13).
He’ll be posing for photos with those who purchase a four-pack of cupcakes.
Today is December 12, or 12-12.
Krispy Kreme has dubbed it the Day of the Dozens.
On December 2, the chain created a Facebook post asking for 12,000 shares and promising a “sweet surprise” if that goal were reached.
Well, they got what they wanted…and then some.
Haven’t yet purchased a holiday gift for the foodie in your life?
We have just the place.
Vom Fass (German for “from the cask”) is a unique shopping experience where you can purchase a variety of oils, vinegars, wines and liquors.
The store (one of three in California, 16 in the U.S. and about 250 worldwide) opened at the end of October.