Upland has one. So does Pomona. Starting tomorrow (May 18), Montclair will have a Jersey Mike’s Subs, too.
The new location, 9359 Central Ave., Suite B, is hosting a fundraiser through May 27.
The sandwich shop distributed thousands of fliers with various offers and will donate $3 for each offer redeemed. Recipients are the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and the American Youth Soccer Organization.
Food truck fans, mark your calendar for Tuesdays.
That’s because Food Truck Tuesdays have returned to Montclair Plaza, er, Place.
Last August, the mall initiated its weekly food truck event, and ended up extending it through September.
Montclair Plaza’s Tuesday night food truck festival is continuing this month.
Trucks park in the mall’s Barnes & Noble parking lot from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
K-FROG is hosting a live broadcast with giveaways and prizes. Participating stores are giving a 15% discount with a receipt from the food trucks.
From colleague David Allen comes this update on the new shopping center going up along Central Avenue in Montclair, just south of the 10 Freeway.
Planned eateries include Jersey Mike’s Subs, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Starbucks, Fuji Grill and Original Tommy’s Hamburgers.
More information can be found here and here.
Congratulations to two restaurant chains that turn 50 this year: Del Taco and Black Angus.
Black Angus has kicked off a yearlong celebration with a classic cocktail menu, featuring timeless libations such as Rob Roy, Old Fashioned, Sidecar, Whiskey Sour and Vodka Gimlet.
In addition, the classic cocktails are available for just $5 with the purchase of any entrée on Tuesdays. The steakhouse also will introduce limited time entrées and seasonal desserts throughout the year.
Del Taco, of course, was born in the Inland Empire, and is intertwined with the histories of Baker’s Drive-Thru, Taco Bell, Taco Tia and Naugles.
Shakey’s Pizza Parlor has decided to give its fans a little break tomorrow (January 21).
The pizzeria has posted a “Fan Appreciation” coupon for its famous Bunch of Lunch on its Twitter feed.
Coupon-holders will receive the all-you-can-eat meal for just $5.99 (with the purchase of a regular-sized beverage), a savings of $2 off the current price of $7.99.
About a month ago, Montclair’s Dolce closed its doors to prepare to launch a new menu.
The bakery and bistro is celebrating those changes (along with the end of a year-long expansion and remodel) with a grand re-opening celebration that will last through tomorrow (November 10).
The eatery is also re-branding itself as the city’s first gastropub. With 15 beers on tap, another 24 available in bottles and a fairly eclectic menu, I’d say that’s a pretty apt moniker.
Carlo’s Italian Bakery Pizza may have closed its Montclair restaurant, but the business lives on.
A brief post on the business’ Facebook page from last Thursday explains that the restaurant is closed, but they will continue with catering and brewery events, including an event tomorrow (September 5) at Dale Bros. Brewery.
Not to infer any connection between the two events, but our very own Elaine “Lunch with ‘Lainey” Lehman wrote a favorable review of Carlo’s just a few weeks ago.
Auntie Anne’s is hoping to raise half a million dollars to help fight childhood cancer, and they need your help to do it.
Through October 15, the pretzel purveyor is selling lemon icons for $1, each of which contains a kid-friendly lemon joke and $1 off the purchaser’s next pretzel and drink.
Proceeds from the sales will benefit Alex’s Lemonade Stand, an organization which raises funds to help find a cure for childhood cancer.
But the fun doesn’t end there.
Want to spend Christmas Eve with your family, but don’t want to cook?
Then pack the kids in the car and head to John’s Incredible Pizza, for another incredible holiday buffet deal.
How does $6.99 for an all-you-can-eat buffet and beverage sound?
Slaving over a holiday ham is quickly losing its appeal, huh?