Prior to the grand opening, however, the location is hosting special Bridge Day training events from noon to 2 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. today (February 28), and Thursday (March 1).
Fontana’s Charley’s Burgers — which last November moved into the spot where Charley’s Tastee used to be — will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday (February 24).
Redlands Market Night staple l’moon creamery is celebrating the soft opening of its new brick and mortar store in Upland beginning at 11 a.m. today (February 2).
Rancho Cucamonga’s Paris Pastries Cafe is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend (January 20 and 21).
Blaze Pizza continues its expansion into the Inland Empire, with its newest location opening in Rancho Cucamonga Thursday (December 28).
The location will be hosting a grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday (January 3).
— Worldfoodtraveler (@geofoodtraveler) December 23, 2017
You were the first to alert us that The Pie Hole had finally opened its Rancho Cucamonga location.
85°C Bakery Cafe continues its expansion into Southern California and the Inland Empire.
The Taiwanese chain has opened its newest location — its third in the Inland Empire — at 11897 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite A, in Rancho Cucamonga.
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.
My timing is impeccable.
I was finally able to squeeze in a mention of the Filipino-fusion taqueria A Tribe Called Tacos in this week’s column and today it was announced that their location in south Ontario has been shuttered.