John’s Incredible Pizza, with Inland Empire locations in Montclair, Riverside and Victorville, is offering an incredible Halloween deal.
On Monday (October 31) only, $5 will get you an all-you-can-eat buffet, unlimited fountain beverage, coffee or ICEE, and a free $5 Fun Card.
To take advantage of the deal, first click here, then click the “Get Spooky Special” link and print out the coupon.
The coupon is good for up to six people. And yes, I’ve already printed mine out.
Not only do you get a free $10 FunCard for yourself, but you’ll be helping the fight against cystic fibrosis.
Here’s how it works: Print out this coupon, take it to John’s Incredible Pizza Co., give them the coupon, purchase an adult buffet and beverage, and you’ll get a free $10 FunCard.
John’s will also donate $1 to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Great Strides 2011.
Unfortunately, today (May 20) is the last day to get in on the deal and help out.
John’s Incredible Pizza has three locations in the Inland Empire:
- Victorville: 14766 Bear Valley Road
- Montclair: 5280 Arrow Highway
- Riverside: 6187 Valley Springs Parkway
The city of Montclair, Montclair-Ontario Junior Women’s Club, Montclair Kiwanis Club and Montclair Fire Fighters Association are sponsoring an Easter “Eggstravaganza” and pancake breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. tomorrow (April 23) at the Montclair Community Center, 5111 Benito St., in Montclair.
The cost for the breakfast, which will include pancakes, sausage, orange
juice, coffee and all the fixings, is $3 per person. Sponsored by
Montclair Kiwanis Club, proceeds from the breakfast will benefit
In addition, children ten years of age and younger will have the opportunity to participate in Easter-themed games and activities and earn candy filled eggs as prizes. Children are asked to bring a basket from home to collect eggs.
The Easter Bunny will be available for photographs. Pictures will cost $3 per photo or $1 for participants to take a photo with their own camera. Sponsored by Montclair-Ontario Junior Women’s Club, all picture proceeds will benefit youth and community programs.
Also, each child three to ten will get a free ticket for drawings for boys’ and girls’ activity buckets, sponsored by the Montclair Fire Fighters Association.
Click here for more information.
A couple of high-profile restaurant closures to report.
The first is the Montclair outlet of the Rockin’ Baja Coastal Cantina chain, which was at 9335 Monte Vista Ave., in the space long occupied by Tony Roma’s.
Rockin’ Baja opened back in December of 2008.
A sharp-eyed reader notified us via Twitter.
A drive-by on Tuesday verified the closure. The building was stripped of any signage and a piece of paper with the word “Closed” on it was taped on the inside of the window in one of the front doors.
A shorter-lived venture is Ruben’s Fiesta Maya in Redlands.
We’ve run a couple of food-related items on The Sun and Daily Bulletin business pages in the last two days.
In today’s papers, we had a story regarding the long-completed, but still-unopened Loma Linda fresh & easy.
Still no opening date, but we knew that already, didn’t we?
Click here to read the story as it appeared in this morning’s Sun.
And in yesterday’s paper, we had an item on the impending opening of a Chipotle Mexican Grill and the discussions of opening a Panera Bread in the city of Montclair.
The Chipotle will be east of Montclair Plaza, while Panera would be on the western edge of the mall.
Now, how about something to fill in the location north of the mall vacated by Islands last month?
These things take time, I guess.
Click here to read the Montclair restaurant story.
I’m on their list.
They send me emails.
They leave me voice mail messages.
Rockin’ Baja has tracked me down.
However, they bring good news! This year is their 25th anniversary, and they’ve got a deal for you.