Upland has one. So does Pomona. Starting tomorrow (May 18), Montclair will have a
Jersey Mike’s Subs, too.
The new location,
9359 Central Ave., Suite B, is hosting a fundraiser through May 27.
The sandwich shop distributed thousands of fliers with various offers and will donate $3 for each offer redeemed. Recipients are the
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and the American Youth Soccer Organization.
The National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger food drive, the largest single-day food drive in the country, returns this Saturday (May 14).
It’s simple to participate! Just root through your pantry and gather some non-perishable items (please make sure that they’re not expired and avoid glass containers) and bag them up.
Then just put them by your mailbox before the carrier comes on Saturday.
Wienerschnitzel, home of the world’s most wanted wiener, recently launched a new item that has absolutely nothing to do with hot dogs: Loaded Po’Taters.
The new offering is made with hash brown-style discs, topped with various savory ingredients.
Spring is nearly here and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is celebrating the season by debuting some fruity Sweet Tea Ice Blended drinks and bringing back Thai Tea.
Customers can get a taste of the new beverages during an open house event today (March 10).
From now ’til 6 p.m., enjoy a small (12-ounce) Spring beverage for just $2.
Get paid on Friday and are looking to make your lunch money go a little further on Thursday?
You’re in luck. Simply head to
Sonic Drive-In this Thursday (January 14) and order some Junior Deluxe Cheeseburgers for just 79¢.
You can order up to five burgers — definitely enough to tide you over until Friday.
On Thursday (January 14), The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will be showcasing its winter beverages by offering them at a very special price.
From 2 to 6 p.m. at participating locations, guests can choose from a small hot or iced Hazelnut Americano, Mexican Chocolate latte or Iced Blended or hot chocolate for just $2.
Inland Empire locations include Rancho Cucamonga, Claremont, Redlands, Fontana, Chino Hills, Riverside, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indio, Lake Elsinore, and Temecula.
For more information, visit the open house’s
Facebook event page.
Uh, oh. What do you get that food-lover in your life for the holidays?
How about a gift card to their favorite restaurant? That’s something you know they’ll enjoy.
Plus, there might be something in it for
you. Many restaurants are offering bonuses for gift card purchases.
You can pass the bonuses along to the recipient, or…keep ’em for yourself.
Veterans Day is here, and many restaurants (both local and national) are offering deals and free food for current and former servicemembers.
Most offers require that you show some sort of military ID. Be sure to check the details on their websites for more info before heading out.
Head over the jump for the list:
Apparently, cookie butter is the new pumpkin spice.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has debuted its new holiday beverages: Cookie Butter Latte and Cookie Butter Ice Blended.
The new beverages are made with espresso,
brown sugar and gingerbread, and topped with cinnamon sugar.
Also returning for the holidays are the chain’s Winter Dream Tea Lattes, Peppermint Mocha Lattes and Ice Blended drinks, Peppermint Hot Chocolate and Red Velvet Hot Cocoa.
The Coffee Bean will be showcasing the new cookie butter beverages, as well as the Winter Dream Tea Lattes and the Peppermint Mocha Lattes and Ice Blended drinks during a holiday beverage tasting event from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday (November 5).
Once again, a website has determined the Inland Empire is a wasteland for foodies.
As you may recall,
back in 2013, the real estate site Movoto posted on its blog — known for its myriad “top ten” lists — a list of “America’s Worst Cities for Food Lovers,” based on such criteria as food trucks, ice cream shops, caterers and gourmet grocers per capita.
Guess what? San Bernardino was at the top of that list.
Recently, in conjunction with World Food Day (October 16), the personal finance website
WalletHub took the 150 most populous U.S. cities and ranked the “Best and Worst Foodie Cities for Your Wallet.”
Surprise! San Bernardino wasn’t at the bottom of the list. That distinction goes to another Inland Empire city: Moreno Valley.
However, San Bernardino didn’t rise too far from the bottom, ranking number 137.