The chicken fingers restaurant — 1857 S. Tippecanoe Ave., San Bernardino — was initially supposed to open in early December of last year, but was pushed back due to electrical issues.
HEY NORCO!!! 🌯 Our newest location is NOW OPEN at 2450 River Road!! . We know it's raining, but with our longest Drive Thru ever, you won't even have to get out of the car to get your hands on your favorite Miguel's Jr burrito, so roll out! . . . . #miguelsjr #norcovillage #norco #riverside #coronanorco #ie #inlandempire #socal #southerncalifornia #california #mexicanfood #homecooked #hometown #thetasteofhome #burritos #tacos #nachos #taquitos
Miguel’s Jr. quietly opened its 18th location last week.
It’s the chain’s second Norco location, and its first non-standalone location.
Blaze Pizza continues its expansion into the Inland Empire, with its newest location opening in Rancho Cucamonga Thursday (December 28).
The location will be hosting a grand opening celebration from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday (January 3).
— Worldfoodtraveler (@geofoodtraveler) December 23, 2017
You were the first to alert us that The Pie Hole had finally opened its Rancho Cucamonga location.
85°C Bakery Cafe continues its expansion into Southern California and the Inland Empire.
The Taiwanese chain has opened its newest location — its third in the Inland Empire — at 11897 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite A, in Rancho Cucamonga.
On the fifth day of Christmas, my Wingstop gave to me…five boneless wings!
The new Highland Wingstop, 27993 Greenspot Road, opens tomorrow (December 20) and the first 200 customers there beginning at 11 a.m. will receive a free five boneless wing combo.
Rise and shine, Ono Hawaiian BBQ lovers!
The Hawaiian-inspired chain opens its newest restaurant today (December 18) in Rialto.
Time for a cider… pic.twitter.com/l0n9aMFvrl
— Ironbark Ciderworks (@IronbarkCider) November 10, 2017
We know that the Inland Empire has many breweries and wineries, but what about hard cider?
And now, a new dedicated cidery — Ironbark Ciderworks — has opened in Claremont.
Fresh bread! We knew the Inland Empire would be getting its second 85ºC Bakery Cafe, but we didn’t really think it would be this soon.
The new location opens at 9 a.m. today (October 13).
The new bakery is in the spot that formerly housed Fattoush and Hayatt — 428 Auto Center Drive, Claremont.
We will open Saturday 10/7 at 1030am!4711 chino hills parkway #g chino hills 91709Stop by and say hello next time…
Until now, we’ve had none. Now we’re about to get two.
Long-planned Wayback Burgers locations are about to open just days apart from each other here in the Inland Empire.