Likely spurred on by two well-attendedfood truck rallies in the parking lot of the building where their meetings are held, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously today (December 10) to regulate food trucks (where the food is prepared on the truck) and allow them to operate in the county.
Of course, there are tweaks to the ordinance that still need to be worked out. The first issue that came up was that the truck operators will likely be required to add the county to their insurance policy.
You know, in case someone gets food poisoning from their trucks and decides to sue the county.
Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar recently announced the results of its third annual “Bark for the Cure” campaign, and the participation in a new fundraiser that allows guests to easily contribute to worthy causes.
Lazy Dog recently donated $10,000 to the St. Jude Crosson Comprehensive Cancer Center and Kathryn T. McCarty Breast Cancer Center of Southern California.
The funds were borne out of this year’s “Bark for the Cure” campaign, which took place in September and October.
Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour just announced its Black Friday deals, which include bonus gift cards and a free sundae when you purchase a $25 gift card.
Guests who purchase $25 in gift cards on Friday (November 29) will receive two bonus $5 gift cards (valid January 2 through July 2, 2014, not valid on merchandise, candy store purchases, or alcohol), a $35 total value.
Not only that, but anyone who purchases a gift card on Friday will receive a free sundae coupon…a perfect way to reward yourself a long day of standing in the checkout line.