Time has run out for the Carlo and Angela Alcé, owners of Dhat Island in Redlands.
The restaurant will serve its last meal in its current location on Saturday (November 22).
Troubles began back in June, when the property where the restaurant is located was sold.
As they’ve done in the past with Inland Empire 66ers Account Executive Jordan Smith, 66ers mascot Bernie will be meeting fans at a local restaurant.
Bernie and some of the 66ers staff will be at the Mardi Gras restaurant in San Bernardino at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow (July 1), giving away 66ers goodies.
Start your long weekend with some Cajun/Creole cuisine and free stuff!
Mardi Gras is at 201 N. E St. in downtown San Bernardino.
The taste of New Orleans has come to downtown Riverside.
The grand opening of the Crescent Jewell Restaurant, 3597 Main St. (at Sixth Street) is set for 5 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday (November 5).
The restaurant had a soft opening late last month. It occupies the space formerly held by the Back Stage Restaurant.
Owner Norman Copeland previously owned and operated Bayou Seafood Grille in Rancho Mirage. He’s returning to his roots, as he grew up and was a former educator in Riverside. He graduated from North High School.
The restaurant specializes in Creole/Cajun food and also offers some American dishes such as steaks, pork chops and salads.
The eatery will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. They will offer a happy hour Monday through Friday.
For more information, you can reach them at (951) 684-1001.