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.
VantagePoint Church is sponsoring a free event in Eastvale tonight (September 1) that mixes food trucks, a family-friendly movie and other family activities.
The “Flicks and Food Trucks” event kicks off at 5:30 p.m. and runs until 9 p.m. at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, 7557 Scholar Way. The as-yet-unnamed movie begins at 7:30 p.m. on a 32-foot outdoor screen.
Quite a few trucks are scheduled to serve at the event. Head over the jump for a list.
Auntie Anne’s is hoping to raise half a million dollars to help fight childhood cancer, and they need your help to do it.
Through October 15, the pretzel purveyor is selling lemon icons for $1, each of which contains a kid-friendly lemon joke and $1 off the purchaser’s next pretzel and drink.
Proceeds from the sales will benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand, an organization which raises funds to help find a cure for childhood cancer.
But the fun doesn’t end there.
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.
Food truck fans, head south!
Tomorrow’s (August 10) Temecula Valley Hospital Open House will feature a handful of food trucks along with the rest of the festivities.
In the works since last year, Riverside’s D Dogs is finally open!
The downtown eatery focuses on gourmet hot dogs (natch) and sausages and burgers, plus wings, fries, salads and other sides.
Oh, and they have 38 beer taps.
It’s time for the Corona TAPS Fish House & Brewery’s annual Craft Brew Festival.
Nearly three dozen Southern California (and one from outside the area) breweries are participating in the event, with about a third coming from the Inland Empire.
Beer isn’t the only draw, as participants will be able to sample dishes representative of cuisines from around the world, from Korea to El Salvador and the Middle East to…Milwaukee?
The weather is expected to hit the 90s this Saturday (July 13) in Temecula, but it should be nice and cool inside Pechanga Resort and Casino’s Grand Ballroom, where the casino’s fifth annual Microbrew Festival and Chili Cook-off will be taking place.
Your $45 ticket includes not only chili tastings from the resort’s restaurants, but a two-ounce taster glass to enjoy unlimited samples of craft brews from the Inland Empire and beyond.
It’s not just about beer and chili, though.
There will also be a silent auction, with proceeds benefiting Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley, and entertainment by the country/rock band American Made.
The event will take place from 1 to 5 p.m.
Since San Bernardino County overturned its ban on food trucks a little over a year ago, Riverside County has been the sole remaining county to still ban them from operating on a daily basis.
That may soon change.
County Supervisor Kevin Jeffries is starting a push to overturn the ban, and he’s leading by doing.
There will be a food truck “rally” Tuesday (June 25) at the County Administrative Center at 4080 Lemon St. in downtown Riverside.