— The Deli Doctor (@thedelidoctor) August 10, 2017
Food truck fans, you’ve got just two more opportunities this year for weekly food truck events here in the Inland Empire.
And they’re both at Fairplex in Pomona.
We know where Upland’s second In-N-Out Burger will be.
The question is when.
Daily Bulletin columnist David Allen recently told me that the Rancho Cucamonga Indian restaurant Haandi had closed.
The news was a little surprising, since the restaurant was well-regarded, and even was voted the Inland Valley’s best Indian cuisine several years in a row.
In its place is Grill 8, which, according to its logo, specializes in beer, burgers and wings.
A new juice bar has opened in Rancho Cucamonga.
If the names Sir Isaac Lime, Little Orphan Orange and Alexander the Grape mean anything to you, then you need to head to Grand Terrace on Saturday (July 29).
Brio Tuscan Grille is getting a jump on National Lasagna Day, which is Saturday (July 29), by offering half off its lasagna entreés a couple of days early.
All day Thursday (July 27), the chain will be taking 50% off its lasagna dishes.
The last remaining San Bernardino Taco Tia, at 2535 Del Rosa Ave., closed earlier this year.
A banner has gone up at the former location indicating that The Flame Broiler will be taking its place.