KFI host Neil Saavedra will be broadcasting his Fork Report show from La Verne today (October 1).
The event, set for 1 to 6 p.m., will take place at Outdoor Elegance, 3795 Damien Ave.
The show will focus on recipes and techniques for grilling holiday meals.
The event is sponsored in part by San Antonio Winery and Vom Fass Claremont.
For more information, click here.
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.
Another sandwich chain is landing in the Inland Empire.
Jimmy John’s, which has locations in 40 states (and a half-dozen in Los Angeles and Orange counties), is set to open a new shop Tuesday (August 26) in Fontana.
The new location is at 16155 Sierra Lakes Parkway, Suite 110, formerly a Quiznos.
Another location is in progress in La Verne at 2320 Foothill Blvd., Suite C.
Being the geek that I am, I signed up yesterday to preview the new Google Maps.
Today I got my invitation, so I quickly checked it out.
While going through the tour of the new web app, I decided to search for “Breweries, San Bernardino County,” since I’ve been working on a map of Southern California breweries for our sister blog, Beer Goggles.
While searching, I found a new brewery…thank you Google Maps!
OK, for San Bernardino County folks, maybe Palm Springs or Perris is a little far to drive for food trucks.
How do you feel about La Verne?
Sure, it’s L.A. County, but you’ll be helping schoolkids while chomping on your bulgogi burrito.
The Food Trucks for Tech Bucks festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday (October 27) at J. Marion Roynon Elementary, 2715 E St.
In addition to 14 scheduled trucks, the event will feature a DJ, inflatables, bands, a talent show, a reptile petting zoo, carnival games and more.
Admission is $5, and an unlimited ride wristband is an additional $3.
For more information, visit the Facebook event page.
Click over the jump to see the list of scheduled trucks. Continue reading
The Bonita High School Marching Band Food Truck Mania is happening from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday (October 6) in the parking lot of the school, 3102 D St., La Verne.
Admission is $5, or $3 for students with an ASB card.
Scheduled trucks include:
The event is a fundraiser for the La Verne Band Boosters Association in support of the La Verne Band and Color Guard.
For more information, click here.
We’ve mentioned previously that despite food trucks not (yet) being allowed to operate on a daily basis here in the Inland Empire, there seems to be a food truck event nearly every weekend here.
This weekend brings an event just outside the Inland Empire.
Damien High School, 2280 Damien Ave., La Verne, is hosting its first food truck festival from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday (April 29).
A flier advertises DJs, live bands, a kids’ zone and 18 trucks, including the I.E.’s Suite 106 Cupcakery.
Admission is only $5, and kids five and under are admitted free.
The trucks listed in the flier offer a pretty good variety — everything from sushi burritos to gourmet sliders to fried chicken to Korean buns.
Click over the jump to see a list of scheduled trucks.