Here’s a way to make a dent in your holiday shopping list, support a local restaurant and save money all at the same time.
Get five $20 gift certificates for Sevilla (whose Inland Empire location is in Riverside) for only $60 (plus $6.47 shipping).
Click here for the deal. (Note that the expiration dates are from December 25, 2010 to August 31, 2011. I’m figuring nobody has updated their website in two years.)
The Riverside Sevilla is at 3252 Mission Ave. Sevilla also has restaurants in Long Beach and San Diego.
For more information, click here.
One of the current LA.com Deals is 50% off a $40 voucher for Spanish cuisine at Cafe Sevilla.
Although the offer mostly describes the Long Beach location (LA.com…duh!), it’s also good at the Riverside location.
The details? You’ve got another 5-ish days to purchase. The voucher expires October 17. The offer is not valid with any other discounts, including the Happy Hour menu. One per table per visit. Dine in only.
For more information, or to purchase, click here.
The Riverside location of Cafe Sevilla is at 3252 Mission Inn Ave.
Here are just a few random Inland Empire food-related tidbits that have landed in the Dine 909 inbox recently:
From 2 to 6 p.m. this Sunday (October 11), the Mountain Avenue Assembly of God, Redeemer’s Mission (Mision El Redentor) Spanish Assembly of God and Camino de Fe (Way of Faith) churches are hosting a “Festival del Caf” (Festival of Coffee)
and “Festival del Pan” (Festival of Bread) at 1951 S. Mountain
Avenue (between Philadelphia and Francis streets) in South Ontario.
The celebration is free and no donations of any kind will be accepted.
On the menu: Pozole and a selection of Brazilian dishes.
community organizations and businesses will be offering free services at the event.
information, call the Mountain Avenue Assembly of God Church at (909) 983-4378.
Since the Redlands Daily Facts‘ BurritoQuest seems to have folded (Get it? Folded…like a burrito! Heh.), I’m glad we at least still get to have Lunch With ‘Lainey. This week Elaine travels south of the border (of San Bernardino County) to explore uncharted territory…Riverside. She ends up at Tummy Stuffer on Iowa Avenue (near Columbia Avenue).
I don’t know that much about Tummy Stuffer other than the fact that I’ve passed by the one in Anaheim on La Palma Avenue dozens of times on the way to check out the gizmos at Fry’s Electronics. Elaine seems to be OK with it, and that’s OK with me.
Also, David Cohen reviews new offerings at Riverside’s Sevilla restaurant here.