We knew that the San Bernardino Elephant Bar, 1050 E. Harriman Place, was closing, and have recently learned that it will close tomorrow (June 11). However, that’s not the end of the story. We’re hearing that at least 15 of the chain’s 44 locations — a little over a third — are closing this week. Continue reading
The site’s blog has extended an olive branch of sorts, with a new post highlighting 15 San Bernardino restaurants that will “blow the taste buds out of your mouth.”
That’s a good thing…we think.
The whole family can satisfy their sweet tooth at Saturday’s Take the Cake Bake Off Saturday (March 15) at San Manuel Stadium, 280 S. E St., in San Bernardino.
Sixty bakers are expected to bake cupcakes, cookies and cake pops for the event, which is being produced by Redlands’ Cakewalk Cake & Candy Supplies.
It will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The location where she worked — 1644 E. Highland Ave., #101 — is hosting a fundraiser today (February 19).
The franchise owner will donate 100% of sales to the Nelly Kantun Memorial Fund, and her co-workers are donating their time to make the fundraiser a reality.
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.
Such an event could only be the product of the fertile mind of our pal, Ontario native Charles Phoenix, who is hosting the event.
San Bernardino has a new conveyor-belt style sushi restaurant.
Sushi Train has rolled into the Target shopping center at Highland and Sterling avenues.
The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Sushi Train is at 2344 Sterling Ave.
Reservations are now being taken for a special five-course holiday beer-pairing dinner at BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse locations throughout the Inland Empire.
The dinners will take place beginning next Monday (November 25).
Price is $30 per person, and obviously, you’ve gotta be 21 or older to participate.
It’s been a short while since we’ve updated you all on recent restaurant changes.
Here’s a few that readers have tipped us on and a couple we’ve discovered just driving around the Inland Empire.
Head over the jump to get started.
Although San Bernardino County lifted the ban on hot food trucks (sorta) over two years ago, there are still just a couple of local trucks registered with the county.
And the trucks don’t really operate on a daily basis as they do in Los Angeles and Orange counties.
And the only semi-regular stops for the trucks are at county breweries, typically on Friday nights.
And then there’s Cal State University San Bernardino.