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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:
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:
I was invited by none other than Carolyn’s Cafe’s co-owner Keith Kahn.
Redlands Long John Silver’s fans…you better get your share of chicken planks and hushpuppies now.
That’s because the longtime Redlands location at 1325 Industrial Park Ave. is set to close before the end of the month.
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., with the following highlights:
The eatery has moved from its Lugonia Avenue location to a much larger space at 1150 Brookside Ave, Suite A, Redlands.
About 40 Redlands businesses — including eateries and breweries — will be hosting a “Bonded & Strong” fundraiser today (December 19) for victims of the December 2 terror attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.
Parliament Chocolate and à la minute are leading the charge (along with International Day Spa) by donating 100% of sales — and in the case of à la minute, at its three locations in Redlands, Claremont and Orange — to the cause.
The pizzeria is celebrating its grand opening tomorrow (December 8).
The first 52 customers in line when the restaurant opens at 11 a.m. will receive a free pizza or salad.
Sunday (October 25) is your chance to get some sweet treats for yourself and help end childhood hunger at the same time. That’s because it’s the return of the Redlands Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry.
This year, there will be a change versus previous outings. Instead of a separate event held in the spring, the organizers have joined with the Downtown Redlands Art Walk.
The event is set for noon to 6 p.m. at various businesses in the downtown area.