Whether or not you agree with chain president and chief operating officer Dan Cathy’s stance on marriage equality, this is one thing that we can all agree that Chick-fil-A is doing right.
Area locations are giving military families a free meal tomorrow night (May 22).
The restaurant’s third annual Military Appreciation Night will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. at all 52 Southern California locations.
Beer lovers, we’ve found the perfect way to kick off your Memorial Day weekend.
The Taste of Brews returns to Riverside’s White Park (3901 Market St.) on Saturday, May 25.
Not only can attendees sample from dozens of breweries, including several from the Inland Empire, but there will be several food trucks and local restaurants providing comestibles, and three bands to enjoy.
We’ve mentioned before that the Taiwanese chain 85°C Bakery Cafe was inching closer to the Inland Empire, with locations in Hacienda Heights and then West Covina.
Well, it didn’t take long for them to get here.
I visited the West Covina location tonight and saw a sticker in the window advertising that the beverage/pastry/bread shop was hiring for its Chino Hills location.
Here’s a fundraiser we’ll eagerly raise a glass to: Select-A-Brew at Citizens Business Bank Arena.
The folks at the Ontario Reign have transformed the annual Select-A-Seat season seat holder selection event into a fundraiser for the team’s charitable arm, the Hope Reigns Foundation.
They’re few and far between here in the Inland Empire, but Häagen-Dazs shops are celebrating spring and warmer days ahead with Free Cone Day on Tuesday (May 14).
From 4 to 8 p.m. participating shops will be doling out scoops of delicious Häagen-Dazs ice cream and gelato for free!
Participating Inland Empire locations include:
- Ontario: 1 Mills Circle
- Riverside: 1201 University Ave.
- Cabazon: 48400 Seminole Drive, Space 436
Food truck fans…it’s lining up to be another food truck frenzy at local breweries tonight (May 10).
Follow the jump to see which trucks are scheduled at which breweries…
It’s that time again…you can help feed hungry folks without even leaving your property line.
Here’s all you need to do:
- Root through your pantry
- Pick out a few (or a lot of) non-perishable items
- Put them in a bag
- Leave them out by your mailbox late Friday or early Saturday
That’s all you need to do.
You see, Saturday (May 11) is the National Association of Letter Carriers annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
Arby’s has said “aloha” to King’s Hawaiian for its two new sandwiches.
Both the King’s Hawaiian roast beef and roast beef and Swiss sandwiches have a third more roast beef than the chain’s classic roast beef sandwiches, served in a King’s Hawaiian bun.
The roast beef and Swiss sandwich adds Swiss cheese, pickles and a creamy Dijon spread.
Click here for more information on the new, limited-time sandwiches.
The chain is promoting the limited-time items by giving away a four-night Hawaiian vacation, complete with a surfing lesson.
Click here to enter the contest.
Inland Empire Arby’s locations include San Bernardino, Ontario, Fontana, Redlands, Chino Hills, Upland, Hesperia, Victorville and Apple Valley.
It’s not the first time Baker’s Drive-Thru has offered up a coupon for chips, salsa and 32-ounce soda for just $1, but this time it’s good all weekend.
And the chips and salsa aren’t even on the menu yet.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a decision.
U.K.-based Tesco PLC is divesting itself of its American grocery chain, fresh & easy.
Back in December, Tesco fired fresh & easy CEO Tim Mason and began conducting a strategic review of the chain.
The plan is for the El Segundo-based chain to remain in operation. Tesco has been apparently been fielding offers from buyers looking to keep the chain alive. There are no plans to close stores.