Vegan restaurant Loving Hut in Claremont is currently hosting a contest to give away a pair of $25 gift certificates.
To enter, simply text GoGreen to 71441. Additional entries can be gained by visiting the restaurant’s Facebook page.
The gift cards will be given away on Thursday (February 14) and February 28.
For details, click here.
The Claremont Loving Hut is at 175 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Suite B102A.
Vegan restaurant Loving Hut has created a controversy in the college town, and it’s not even open yet.
The city council last month awarded the restaurant a $50,000 federal Community Development Block Grant and many in the community are not loving the decision.
Reporter Wes Woods has done a great job documenting the controversy.
You can read his article here.
In the meantime, if you’re curious to see what Loving Hut offers, you can visit the nearby Upland location, 903 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite B.
There’s not a ton of info on this, but Vegan Los Angeles will be hosting their “Vegan Cooking Show” at two local spots:
- Upland: 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday (March 28) at the Loving Hut, 903-B W. Foothill Blvd.
- La Verne: 2 to 4 p.m., April 24 at the La Verne Public Library, 3640 D St.
According to this brief in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, the event will feature a representative of Vegan Los Angeles showing you how to prepare vegan meals.
To RSVP, call 626-552-8394 or email email@example.com.
The Loma Linda Market and Campus Store, 11161 Anderson St., will host an open house from 10 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. on Thursday (December 17).
The event is open to the local community and Loma Linda students, faculty, and staff.
The open house will showcase the market’s newly renovated appearance as well as the many new
products, brands, and services now available. Showcased products at the Campus Store include computer hardware,
software, and accessories, the complete line of Apple computers, and new
Loma Linda University apparel.
The market will be showcasing healthful cookware by the Culinary Institute of America, and premier brands such as Food Should Taste Good, Knudson, and Vibrant Life. The market will also have chefs and nutrition experts available to kick off its recipe and ingredient advice service. The open house will feature discounts, food samples, demonstrations, recipe activities for children, hourly prize drawings and more.
So, feel free to stop by and pick up some FriChik or some Swiss Stake, or even some textured vegetable protein pepperoni.
Who knows? You might decide that they’re so good you want to go veg.
I had been wanting to try Happy Family Vegetarian Cuisine (2150 S. Waterman Ave.) in San Bernardino for a while now. Not that I’m a vegetarian, mind you. Not that I’m a total carnivore, either. I’m somewhere in-between.
But I’m seriously fascinated by faux-meat vegetarian dishes, like those found at Veggie Era in Upland, and also at Happy Family.
I finally went there last week and was impressed. It’s in the same small strip mall as Jackpot Thai & Chinese Food, and I was expecting a similar experience.
They’re as different as night and day.
Jackpot caters mostly to take-out orders and has a few tables in its sparse dining area. Happy Family is a beautifully decorated sit-down restaurant. I was a bit surprised to learn that when I walked in.
Inland Emperor John Weeks has taken time out from his busy schedule to inform us all of some of his favorite vegetarian eateries.
His proclamation can be found here.
It’s a pretty good primer if you, like me, occasionally like to dip a toe into the veggie food pool.
So far, I’ve only been to a pair of the restaurants on his list, though — Veggie Era in Upland and the Patio Pantry at Loma Linda Market.
I’d also recommend Native Foods in Palm Springs or Rancho Mirage.
Most of these eateries offer meat substitutes that, if you didn’t know what you were eating, you would swear you were eating meat. Veggie Era, for instance, has a delicious lemongrass chicken…that’s chicken-free, of course.
So, carnivores, don’t be afraid to step out and go veggie today.
Farm Artisan Foods in Redlands is celebrating Earth Day with a five-course Vegan meal at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 20.
The five courses are:
- Beet salad with local greens
- Sweet pea and marjoram cold soup
- Garlic sauteed broccoli over whole grain spelt
- Stuffed zucchini blossoms
- Berries Napoleon
Mmmm…I can’t get enough whole grain spelt!
The cost is $49, $10 of which will go directly to the Redlands Conservancy’s Emerald Necklace Program, which is a system for preserving many of Redlands’ unique and
Reservations are required. The Farm is at 22 E. State St.
The Redlands Daily Facts has written an article that can be found here.
For more information, contact the Farm at (909) 792-1162.
Eric Reed has appended his Veggie Bites list with even more delicious
locales which accommodate hungry vegetarians in the Inland Empire.
Check out the list here!