Our friends from Vom Fass Claremont are celebrating the store’s fifth anniversary this weekend, with everything from unicorn cocktails to an ice cream social to a visit from a radio food show host.
FARSB has once again partnered with NORMS Restaurants to fight hunger here locally. In support of this campaign, we will be hosting our first ever “lunch mob!” Guests are encouraged to join us as we share our mission, thank NORMS, raffle off prizes, and ultimately raise funds. Can’t wait to see you there! . . . . . #Makecaringthenorm #Normsrestaurant #foodbank #feedingamerica #farsb #wefeedtheie #feedingIE #givingback #giveback #philanthropy #riverside #sanbernardino #riversidecounty #sbcounty #fightinghunger #supportlocal #donatelocal #givelocal #volunteer #givewhereyoulive #feedingthehungry #healthymeals #feedingthehomeless #partnership #community #donation #communitysupport
Want to help feed hungry folks right here in the Inland Empire, and save yourself a few bucks in the process?
Here’s what you do: Head to Norms Restaurant through September 3, donate $3 — or more, hint, hint — and receive a coupon book with more than $50 in savings in it.
Time for a cider… pic.twitter.com/l0n9aMFvrl
— Ironbark Ciderworks (@IronbarkCider) November 10, 2017
We know that the Inland Empire has many breweries and wineries, but what about hard cider?
And now, a new dedicated cidery — Ironbark Ciderworks — has opened in Claremont.
Fresh bread! We knew the Inland Empire would be getting its second 85ºC Bakery Cafe, but we didn’t really think it would be this soon.
The new location opens at 9 a.m. today (October 13).
The new bakery is in the spot that formerly housed Fattoush and Hayatt — 428 Auto Center Drive, Claremont.
Norms Restaurants are raising funds to help fight hunger.
Donate $1 at any Norms location through Monday (September 4) and you’ll receive two coupons worth $7 for your next visit.
Claremont is about to become a Sanctuary city.
Sanctuary Coffee, that is.
That changes today (April 1).
It’s that time of the year again…the Claremont Pie Festival, which typically takes place on the Saturday following Pi Day (March 14), is here!
The event is set for 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today (March 18) in the Claremont Village.
The Upland Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Taste of the Inland Empire from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday (January 27) at the DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont, 555 W. Foothill Blvd.
Tickets are $75 for the all-you-can-eat-and-drink extravaganza.