Thanks to Claremont reporter Wes Woods II for alerting us to news that the Pomona Fatburger, 3109 N. Garey Ave., should be reopening Monday (August 12).
The location opened back in September 2010 and closed sometime in 2012.
Continue reading for a brief video preview.
We previously reported that Dunkin’ Donuts will be returning to Southern California beginning in 2015.
However, the Inland Empire is getting a sneak preview, as the chain’s second California location (following the one inside Camp Pendleton which opened in May of last year) is set to open here this year.
The new location is set to open November 1 inside the Barstow Station, 1611 E. Main St.
Wow…it’s been a long while since we’ve updated everyone on restaurant changes here in the Inland Empire.
I’ve been getting bits and pieces from readers and friends and spotting a few things on my own.
Some new places I’ve already spotlighted, so go check ‘em out.
In the works since last year, Riverside’s D Dogs is finally open!
The downtown eatery focuses on gourmet hot dogs (natch) and sausages and burgers, plus wings, fries, salads and other sides.
Oh, and they have 38 beer taps.
Remember when we told you about Red Buffalo, which moved into the spot that for a long time was Fosdick’s on Del Rosa Avenue in San Bernardino?
And remember when we told you that they had closed?
Well, there’s a new tenant for 2525 N. Del Rosa Ave.
It’s been a long time since we’ve tracked the progress of the north Rialto In-N-Out Burger, but it’s finally under construction.
The In-N-Out sits in a lot where a Rialto fire station was before it moved down the street.
Boston’s Restaurant and Sports Bar doesn’t have a very big footprint in California.
In fact, there are just two locations: Rancho Cucamonga and Long Beach.
That number is about to increase 50%, as the chain is soon to open in north Fontana, just north of the 210 Freeway at Sierra Avenue.
Feisty Chicken & Grill has been open for a couple of months now, but it’s finally celebrating its grand opening Thursday (June 27) through Saturday (June 29).
The small chain is celebrating with free food tastings and two-for-one specials.
The former Ruby Tuesday location on San Bernardino’s Hospitality Lane has been vacant for about three and a half years.
That’s finally changing as construction is actively going on in the building at 996 E. Hospitality Lane.
Shiki Sushi, currently at the end of a strip mall (1760 S. Tippecanoe Ave.) just east of the old Ruby Tuesday’s, will be moving to the larger, standalone location.
No time frame is given for the move.
The number of Inland Empire breweries continues to grow unabated.
There are several breweries that have recently opened or are opening soon.
Follow the jump to find out where to find them.