Three events featuring food trucks are scheduled here in the Inland Empire this weekend.
The Santiago High School Sharkfest is scheduled from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. today (August 14). Eleven food trucks — including our friends from My Delight Cupcakery and Where’s the Fire Gourmet Pizza — are scheduled to participate in this free event.
The school is at 1395 E. Foothill Parkway, Corona.
For more information, including a list of scheduled trucks, click here.
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, and Corky’s Homestyle Kitchen and Bakery has cooked up a sweet fundraiser.
Corky’s will donate $1 from each sale of its Gold Cancer Awareness Ribbon cookies this month to Loma Linda Children’s Hospital.
In addition, the restaurant will donate 25¢ from the sales of all other cookies.
Riverside County’s first Pieology opens this Thursday (April 17).
The new location is at 2347 California Ave., Suite 102, Corona.
And before you ask, we don’t have an update on when the Upland location, 1071 E. 19th St., Suite A, (in the Colonies Crossroads) will open.
A Hawaiian pizza is the latest weapon in the fight against cystic fibrosis.
The pie, a creation of a 10-year-old named Harry, is made with red sauce, mozzarella, ham, pineapple and cilantro.
You see, Harry’s friend, Morgan Johnson, 12, is battling the disease.
Pieology Pizzeria is using Harry’s pizza to raise funds to help his friend and other folks in the same situation.
Through June 1, Pieology is donating 15% of all sales of Mo Jo’s Hawaiian Pizza to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
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.
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.
Corona appears to be continuing its reign as the Inland Empire’s most food truck-friendly city.
It seems like there’s at least one event every week there.
Tomorrow’s (September 14) event happens to be the 100th anniversary of the Corona Road Race, which took place on the city’s circular Grand Boulevard in 1913, 1914 and 1916.
It seems Corona is becoming a regular food truck stop.
The latest event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (September 7) at Centennial High School, 1820 Rimpau Ave.
A dozen trucks are scheduled to serve at the event, which is being put on by the Husky Marching Alliance.
Admission is just $3 for adults and $1 for kids.
The Corona Gourmet Food Truck Festival, which combines nearly two dozen Southern California food trucks with great food and drink from The Shops at Dos Lagos’ eateries, makes its return on Saturday (August 24).
The event takes place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Dos Lagos, 2780 Cabot Drive.
If guns aren’t your thing but food trucks are, Corona’s still the place to be tonight (August 15).
Food trucks will serving at Santiago High School’s Shark Fest from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
Admission to the event is free.