Yucaipa’s Pizza Chalet is on the move!
Its lease was not renewed at its longtime location at 34579 Yucaipa Blvd., so the owners moved the pizzeria about a block down the street to 34299 Yucaipa Blvd., in the former Community Bank building.
The new location was scheduled to open last week, but the opening was pushed back due to problems with the gas meter installation.
For updates, check the restaurant’s Facebook page.
Update: The restaurant is open at its new location and is hiring! Click here for details.
You probably read about the San Bernardino Domino’s Pizza worker who was shot and killed last week.
The location where she worked — 1644 E. Highland Ave., #101 — is hosting a fundraiser today (February 19).
The franchise owner will donate 100% of sales to the Nelly Kantun Memorial Fund, and her co-workers are donating their time to make the fundraiser a reality.
Our pal Allan Borgen from the Let’s Dine Out show and FeedMe411 has shared another great deal with us.
He has posted a coupon good for 20% off lunch or a free dessert with dinner at Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano in Ontario.
All you have to do is click here and print out your coupon. Easy peasy.
Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano is at 1845 E. Holt Blvd.
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.
In case you missed it, downtown Upland has lost one restaurant, is losing another, but is gaining a third.
Already closed is Aria Restaurant and Lounge, which was owned by the same folks who own Antonino’s Italian Restaurant, Haandi Indian Cuisine, Sixty 6 Sports Bar and Lounge and the Magic Lamp Inn in Rancho Cucamonga.
Facebook fan Diana reports that Charlie’s Red, White and Blue American Deli and Bar is moving into the space at 296 N. Second Ave.
The Rancho Cucamonga Pieology Pizzeria caused quite a stir when it opened at the beginning of September.
Of course, I think some of that had to do with the fact that they gave away pizzas during training periods in the days leading up to the grand opening.
But that doesn’t diminish the fact that they serve delicious pizza, with as many toppings as you like, for $7.50 or less.
This week, it’s Chino’s turn to experience the Pieology, um, experience.
Our new friends over at the soon-to-open Rancho Cucamonga Pieology location have a slight problem.
You see, they’re training their new employees this week and want to put them through their paces.
The only problem is…they’re not open yet, and hence, have no customers.
That’s where you come in.
Upland’s Rockin’ Pizza Pub is hosting a fundraiser tomorrow (May 30) for Route 66 IECA, a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve historically significant landmarks, promote international tourism and promote businesses along Route 66, specifically in the Inland Empire.
The restaurant will donate a portion of sales from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. to the organization, earmarked for the restoration of the Cucamonga Service Station.
Rockin’ Pizza Pub is at 1490 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite D, Upland.
For more information, click here for the Facebook event page.
Pizza Hut has introduced Big Pizza Sliders, which are shrink-ray versions of its individual pizzas, and available in a nine-pack for $10 or $5 for a three-pack daily.
Today (February 5), however, you can try them for free.
According to this tweet, all you have to do is show up at your friendly neighborhood ‘Hut between 4 and 7 p.m. and get one. For free.
Of course, the offer is only valid at participating locations, and limited to one per customer.
Pizza Hut locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.
Reservations are now being taken for the first Let’s Dine Out Grub Club event of 2013.
The group dining-out experience will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday, February 24, at Napoli Italian Restaurant, 24960 Redlands Blvd., Loma Linda.
Cost is $25 per person, which includes a multi-course dinner (featuring a trio of appetizers, salad, a pair of pastas, a selection of entrées, sides and a couple of homemade desserts), soft drinks (beer and wine are available for additional cost), tax and gratuity.
You definitely won’t go home hungry!
We’re excited because it’s going to be our very first Grub Club event (and hopefully not the last)!
Reservations are a must, since these popular events often sell out.
For more information, or if you want to reserve your spot to join Allan Borgen, Jeff Williams and the rest of the Let’s Dine Out crew (and us) simply click here.
Head over the jump to check out the full menu.