We know that the Inland Empire has many breweries and wineries, but what about hard cider?
Well, there are a couple of places in Oak Glen, including Snow-Line Orchard and the Oak Glen Cider Company, that ferment and bottle hard cider.
And now, a new dedicated cidery — Ironbark Ciderworks — has opened in Claremont.
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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.
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Posted by Wayback Burgers on Monday, October 2, 2017
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.
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After a multi-year delay (at one point it was slated to open in the summer of 2015), the Shops at University Park is finally nearing completion.
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Wingstop is opening its second Rialto location on Wednesday (September 27), but is offering a sneak preview from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight (September 26).
And that sneak preview includes a free six-wing combo.
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Pieology Pizzeria, which opened in August, is celebrating its grand opening from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. tomorrow (September 26).
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Hemet is almost ready to say “Oh, yes” to Ono Hawaiian BBQ.
The island-inspired chain will open its 65th location in the city on Friday (September 8).
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Daily Bulletin columnist David Allen recently told me that the Rancho Cucamonga Indian restaurant Haandi had closed.
The news was a little surprising, since the restaurant was well-regarded, and even was voted the Inland Valley’s best Indian cuisine several years in a row.
In its place is Grill 8, which, according to its logo, specializes in beer, burgers and wings.
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