Celebrate 200 MOD Pizza locations with $2 off on Tuesday

MOD 200MOD Pizza is celebrating its 200 stores (and 4,000 “MOD Squaders”) by giving everyone a discount.

On Tuesday (January 24), all MOD size pizzas and salads will be $2 off.

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Claremont Restaurant Week begins today

Claremont Restaurant WeekAs if you needed an excuse to check out Claremont’s restaurant scene, Claremont Restaurant Week begins today (January 16).

The event works as it has in the past: Some participating restaurants are offering prix fixe meal specials, while others are showcasing customer favorite dishes, seasonal specials, and housemade desserts, all as a way to attract folks from across Southern California to dine in the city.

Like I said, as if.

The event runs through January 29.

Head over the jump for a list of participating restaurants.

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Dog Haus out? zpizza in in Rancho Cucamonga

It appears someone has turned the tables on us.

While we were patiently waiting for Dog Haus to open its third Inland Empire location at 11144 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite 130, in Rancho Cucamonga, zpizza quietly moved into the spot.

Although the specific page from Dog Haus’ website regarding the Rancho Cucamonga site no longer exists, the location (complete with address) is still on Dog Haus’ locations page as “coming soon.”

However, there’s no more room at that address for another eatery. Zpizza — which opens Friday (December 23) — filled the final vacancy.

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Visit our Inland Empire newsrooms to help feed the hungry this holiday season

scng-feeding-america-food-driveWant to help hungry folks right here in the Inland Empire this holiday season?

Simply stop by one of our Inland Empire newsrooms and drop off non-perishable food. The donations will be delivered to Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino, which will get the food to people who need it.

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San Bernardino ranked as one of the worst cities for foodies — again

Here we go again.

Back in 2013, a real estate website, Movoto, compiled a list of “America’s Worst Cities for Food Lovers,” and San Bernardino landed at the top of the list.

Last week, it was WalletHub’s turn.

The personal finance website posted its list of “2016’s Best & Worst Foodie Cities,” and guess what?

Yep. San Bernardino loses again.

But … it’s not as bad as Fontana, apparently.

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