Cheeseburger Week celebrates the invention of America’s favorite food in its birthplace, Pasadena. From January 13-18, 2013, Pasadena salutes Lionel Sternberger for his mastery, insight, innovation and daring in placing a piece of cheese atop a hamburger for the first time in recorded culinary history at the Rite Spot in Pasadena i n 1924. Restaurants, [...]
Late Night Food - Things To Do Inland EmpireSouthern California, Riverside, San Bernardino, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego
“Eat Your Heart Out”, dineLA’s twice-yearly dining event, is returning January 21–February 1, 2013! Los Angeles’s restaurant week showcases specially-priced $15, $20, and $25 lunch menus and $25, $35, and $45 dinner menus from hundreds of LA county’s most compelling restaurants. From lobster tacos and ceviche along the coast one night to osso bucco and [...]
Craving a trendy ambiance, with fun innovative food? Well, for something like that you’ll need to trek all the way to Los Angeles or Orange County , using all your money for gas and parking instead of an awesome meal right? “Rapour” at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga is eager to prove you wrong. Yes, [...]
The 90th anniversary L.A. County Fair arrives Labor Day Weekend on Friday, August 31st and continues until Sunday, September 30th. The nation’s largest county fair promises 23 days of excitement for all by offering an eclectic mix of world-class concerts, educational, diverse and interactive exhibits, mouth-watering food, unique shopping, exciting horse racing, a thrilling carnival [...]
The labyrinthine streets of downtown Riverside came alive with an explosion of culture this past weekend during the 11th annual Saturation Fest. The festival highlighted all the alternative arts and entertainment that the Inland Empire has to offer, from local bands to street vendors to artists. Hundreds of people from all across the region convened [...]
Saturation fest 2012 in downtown Riverside, which will run from May 25-27, will feature dozens of the region’s most interesting and original acts for an overload of pure alternative culture. The entire festival employs a do-it-yourself ethos, with a message that’s all about bringing people together from all walks of life to enjoy the artistic and creative side of [...]
Pizza and Wine Dinner This Friday Night at Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes! Just $35 Per Person! We’re ordering in on Friday Night. Come sample five different gourmet pizzas from five of the best pizza makers in the area, and try a different wine paired specifically with each unique pie! Only $35 per person! May has [...]
The 89th anniversary L.A. County Fair arrives Labor Day Weekend on Saturday, Sept. 3 and continues until Sunday, Oct. 2. The nation’s largest county fair promises 23 days of excitement for all by offering an eclectic mix of world-class concerts, educational, diverse and interactive exhibits, mouth-watering food, unique shopping, exciting horse racing, a thrilling carnival and a complete collection of arts, crafts and agriculture that will wow any guest.
If you think Buffalo Wild Wings in Moreno Valley is just another chain, think again. Buffalo Wild Wings is apparently the hottest restaurant in town since it opened on March 21. With so few options that are upbeat, affordable and cater to a younger demographic (and families), it’s no wonder why the line for wings on Monday night was out the door.
Last night marked the public opening of Riverside’s newest restaurant, a fine dining Gastropub: The Salted Pig. Advertising itself as “open until 2 a.m.,” the venue provides a unique alternative to the current Riverside restaurant scene. As an oasis of LA or Orange County-style casual dining in the desert that is greater Riverside, the restaurant and bar offers a modern take on traditional pub decor, lighting and service.