First, there was à la minute.
Then came Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt.
Coming soon is [N7] Creamery.
It’s the latest Inland Empire ice creamery to use liquid nitrogen in the creation of its frozen desserts.
Total Wine & More’s new class is a good kick in the can.
No, really. It’s “A Good Kick in the Can!,” and the focus is on craft beer…in cans.
Guests will enjoy a sampling of Total Wine’s canned craft beers and challenge the notion that bottled beer tastes better.
The class, which costs $15, will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday (April 25) at Total Wine locations throughout Southern California, including the one in Rancho Cucamonga at 8201 Day Creek Blvd.
Seating is limited, so call the store at 909-463-5670 to reserve a spot.
For more information, click here.
Peruvian restaurant Inka Trails is hosting a special wine pairing event from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday (April 24) at the restaurant, 1077 W. Foothill Blvd., Claremont.
The event includes a three-course dinner, paired with exclusive wines from Peru and Argentina, and live music.
Cost is $35 (plus tax) in advance and $40 the day of the event.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant at 909-626-4426.
Today (April 22) is Earth Day, and both Loving Hut and Feisty Chicken & Grill have deals lined up in celebration.
Vegan restaurant Loving Hut is offering 10% off when you present this coupon any day through Saturday (April 27). You have the option to display the coupon on your mobile device or print it in color or black and white.
For details, click here.
If you’ve been watching our social media feeds the last couple of days, you might have seen that I was invited to be a guest on the Neil Saavedra’s Fork Report show on KFI AM 640 on Saturday (April 20).
Even though I was a little nervous, it was fun and the time flew by.
Today (April 20) is turning out to be a day of firsts here in the Inland Empire.
Happening 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. is the inaugural Riverside Tamale Festival in White Park.
The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
It’s time once again for Dining Out for Life!
The annual event is a fundraiser for AIDS service organizations and is being held in many locations nationwide on Thursday.
This year, over 35 Coachella Valley restaurants are participating.
Most are donating 33% of the day’s sales to the organization, but some are donating more.
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.
As they are wont to do from time to time, Panda Express is offering guests a free single serving entrée with a coupon.
This go-round, the coupon — good Wednesday (April 17) only — is for Samurai Surf and Turf.
Samurai Surf and Turf is made with Angus top sirloin steak, marinated shrimp, red bell pepper, string beans and diced potatoes.
Wonder if the dish is so named because the potatoes are diced with a samurai sword. We’d like to think so.
The coupon, which can be found here, can be printed out or shown on your mobile device.
Panda Express locations can be found throughout the Inland Empire.