Chipotle Mexican Grill locations across California are hosting a fundraiser for Special Olympics tomorrow (June 14).
To participate, all you need to do is dine at Chipotle, mention the fundraiser and the chain will donate 50% of your bill to the cause.
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Corona-based Miguel’s and Miguel’s Jr. are kicking off the chains’ 45th anniversary celebration by rededicating the Citrus Park Splash Zone — and giving away free burritos — tomorrow (June 7).
The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Citrus Park Splash Zone, 1250 Santana Way, Corona.
The Splash Zone, by the way, was made possible thanks to a generous donation by Miguel’s Restaurant owners Mike and Mary Vasquez in 2008.
During the event, the Vasquez family will unveil recent renovations and present a rededication to the City of Corona.
The first 300 guests in attendance will receive a free BRC (beans, rice and cheese) burrito from Miguel’s Jr.’s new food truck.
For more information, click here.
OK…OK…I know what you’re thinking.
Two Chipotle Mexican Grill fundraisers in one week? How much Chipotle do you expect me to eat?
Well, this one’s worth it. Read on.
Continue reading “Help an Upland toddler have a healthier, longer life by eating a burrito (or bowl, or tacos)” »
Ever wanted to hang out, watch a movie and then have lunch with one of the co-creators of Deadpool?
Well…now’s your chance.
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Can eating a burrito help build homes for people in need?
It can…and you can help.
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That's a wrap!!!!! Thank you for those of you that braved the crowds to come in this weekend!!! We will miss you all!!!…
Posted by Mitla Cafe on Sunday, August 27, 2017
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.
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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.
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In the same Rancho Cucamonga center as the recently-opened The Habit Burger Grill, Cafe Rio Mexican Grill will hold its grand opening at 10:30 a.m. this morning (May 3).
It’s the third Inland Empire location for the Utah-based chain, which also has restaurants in Redlands and San Dimas.
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