Today is December 12, or 12-12.
On December 2, the chain created a Facebook post asking for 12,000 shares and promising a “sweet surprise” if that goal were reached.
Well, they got what they wanted…and then some.
It feels like forever since My Delight Cupcakery threw a party!
The bakery will celebrate its fourth anniversary from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday (December 8).
As is tradition, the first 400 party goers will receive a free mini cupcake.
As is also tradition, there will be a food truck, which in this case is the White Rabbit truck.
The bakery will post different items on its Facebook page through Friday (November 15).
Customers who bring in any of the items listed for that day will get 25% off their in-store purchase.
For example, those who brought in canned green beans, boxed potatoes and/or stuffing today got the discount.
For more information, click here.
My Delight Cupcakery is at 1520 N. Mountain Ave., Suite B-108.
Those of you who have been craving orange chicken burritos, chorizo wontons and carne asada fried rice can rejoice!
Ontario’s Dragon Loco Chinese-Mexican fusion restaurant is scheduled to reopen at 11 a.m. Friday (October 25).
The restaurant closed earlier this year after getting flooded, and the owners subsequently remodeled the location.
Even though Panda Inn has been in Ontario for over 20 years, I have yet to step inside.
However, I was recently invited to the original Pasadena location for a taste of the chain’s special 40th anniversary menu, available now through the end of the year at all the Panda Inn locations, including Ontario.
As I was on my way to the final Auntie Anne’s Happy Hour at Ontario Mills today, I noticed a banner hanging outside the center’s outlying Tokyo Tokyo Japanese restaurant.
The longtime restaurant (I believe it’s been there nearly as long as the Mills itself) is under new management.
Along with that comes a name change: Shin Bashi Japanese Cuisine.
It’s associated with a Pomona restaurant of the same name.
Shin Bashi is at 990 Ontario Mills Drive, Suite H.
In celebration, the chain is offering all tacos at 1974 prices: 50¢!
The deal is good until 8 p.m.
The chain’s sole Inland Empire location is at 406 N. Mountain Ave., Ontario.
The Ontario Auto Center will play host to several food trucks today (August 31) and Monday (September 2).
As a bonus, participating dealers will be giving away a limited number of $5 vouchers for the trucks.
Head over the jump to see which trucks are going to be at which dealerships.