The “made-on-demand” pizza chain will donate $1 of each MOD-size pizza sold this week to a selected organization.
We’re huge fans of the monthly Third Thursdays Food Fest in San Bernardino, and today’s (November 17) event brings two more reasons to be excited.
Street Kitchen is new to us, but we’ve long been fans of 13 Ice Cream’s delicious traditional — and non-traditional — ice creams.
What to expect? Besides the usual strawberry and cookies and cream flavors, how about spinach, kale or broccoli? No? How about marigold, saltine or garlic?
Here we go again.
Last week, it was WalletHub’s turn.
The personal finance website posted its list of “2016’s Best & Worst Foodie Cities,” and guess what?
Yep. San Bernardino loses again.
But … it’s not as bad as Fontana, apparently.
You can enjoy a burger and pig out on unlimited fries, all while helping support Special Olympics tonight (October 20) in Redlands.
Red Robin, 27476 Lugonia Ave., is hosting a Tip-A-Cop event from 5 to 9 p.m. with Redlands police officers and personnel working alongside Red Robin staff to collect donations.
For the last couple of years now, food trucks have been a part of Rah Rah Redlands, the University of Redlands’ celebration of the Bulldog football team’s first home game.
This year’s event, set for Saturday (September 17), is no exception.
Scheduled trucks for this year are:
The long-gestating Super Pizza Hut opens today (August 30) in north San Bernardino.
During a pre-opening military appreciation day on Sunday, I was able to take a peek at the new location.
I was told that the first-of-its-kind restaurant was the nation’s largest Pizza Hut, and I don’t doubt it.
Del Taco recently introduced its new platos at select locations in San Bernardino, Redlands, Colton, Loma Linda and Riverside.
The platos come with a choice of either a wet burrito, two fish tacos or two street tacos, plus cilantro lime rice, beans and chips and salsa.
Prices range from $6.49 to $7.49.
It appears to be a second go-round for Del Taco’s platos. They were also tested about a year ago in the Sacramento area.
If you’re interested in trying them for yourself, head to one of these locations:
- Colton: 834 W. Valley Blvd.; 1010 E. Washington St.
- Loma Linda: 24898 Redlands Blvd.
- Redlands: 1624 W. Redlands Blvd.; 602 E. Redlands Blvd.
- Riverside: 3487 Arlington Ave.; 4407 Brockton Ave; 6333 Riverside Ave.; 1255 University Ave.; 3199 Van Buren Blvd.
- San Bernardino: 272 E. 40th St.; 2665 S. Waterman Ave.
I was invited by none other than Carolyn’s Cafe’s co-owner Keith Kahn.
San Bernardino-area food truck fans can rejoice…and dine at food trucks every day through the end of June.
We make no guarantees on the state of your waistline should you accept the challenge, however.
Yes, that means you can have lunch and dinner from the trucks.