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Prompted by an email from reader Harlan, who went by Mitla Cafe in San Bernardino earlier this month and found it closed, I did a little research and discovered that they were indeed closed.
But thankfully, not for good.
The last remaining San Bernardino Taco Tia, at 2535 Del Rosa Ave., closed earlier this year.
A banner has gone up at the former location indicating that The Flame Broiler will be taking its place.
It’s the third Inland Empire location for the Utah-based chain, which also has restaurants in Redlands and San Dimas.
Miguel’s Jr. will open its latest restaurant this week in Redlands.
It’s the Corona-based chain’s 16th location.
That’s where the fifth annual Riverside Tamale Festival is set for 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The chain is donating 50 percent of fundraiser sales today to various SPCA organizations, and the local recipient is the Pomona-based shelter.
Real Mex Restaurants, owners of the El Torito, Chevys Fresh Mex and Acapulco Mexican restaurant chains (among others), recently shuttered 14 of its restaurants, including two here in the Inland Empire.
We might not agree on who to vote for tomorrow (November 8), but a $1 bean and cheese burrito from Miguel’s Jr. is something we can all stand behind.
The Corona-based Mexican fast food chain is offering the deal for reaching the milestone of 100,000 Facebook fans.
The deal is good all day at all locations, and is limited to one burrito per person.
Inland Empire Miguel’s Jr. locations include Ontario, Fontana, Grand Terrace, Riverside, Moreno Valley, Norco, Corona, Menifee and Murrieta.
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