Saturday 22nd November 2014,

Restaurants in the Inland Empire

Southern California, Inland Empire, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego

LA Weekly’s Plate

LA Weekly’s Plate

Get your calendars set and keep your belly empty for LA Weekly’s Plate food and wine festival on March 3. Los Angeles’s longtime alternative weekly newspaper hosts its 5th annual food and wine event at Petersen Auto Museum in the heart of the City of Angels. Food and wine festivals happen all the time in [...]

January 16, 2013 Kris

Farm Artisan Foods in Redlands Beer Pairing Dinner Ft. Bootlegger’s Brewing Co.

Farm Artisan Foods in Redlands Beer Pairing Dinner Ft. Bootlegger’s Brewing Co.

The 5 course dinner is paired with 5 different styles of beer. Farm Artisan Foods is located at 22 East State Street Redlands, CA 92373. [...]

January 12, 2013 Adina

Localicious in Santa Monica Review

Localicious in Santa Monica Review

The second annual “Good Food Festival” began with food insights and ended with savory delights! On November 3rd, LACMA hosted the “Good Food Conference” where farmers, chefs, community leaders and foodies of all kinds filled the museum to participate in the “Good Food Revolution”. This movement is dedicated to promote healthy eating and more jobs [...]

November 8, 2012 Ashley

Taste of Arcadia with Penny Davidi and Jyll Everman!

Taste of Arcadia with Penny Davidi and Jyll Everman!

  “The Next Food Network Star” and “Chopped All-Stars” contestant Penny Davidi is coming to the “Los Angeles County Arboretum” with “The Next Food Network Star” Finalist Jyll Everman  to judge the annual “Taste of Arcadia”! With the beautiful arboretum as the perfect backdrop local restaurants, caterers, and wine/beer vendors battle it out Monday, September [...]

September 13, 2012 Ashley

Best Thai in Riverside

Best Thai in Riverside

One of the benefits of being a UCR student is how close you are to amazing food. That’s definitely not the only perk but it sure does make dorm life a lot more fun. There is a lot of different ethnic cuisines that have invaded the downtown and university areas of Riverside and it really [...]

September 9, 2012 John D.

5 Family Friendly Things To Do in Temecula

5 Family Friendly Things To Do in Temecula

Mr. Pennypickles Museum-  Explore the house/lab of a crazy (fic) inventor, who has changed every room  to be an interactive wonderland. In his living room he has a hot air balloon, his study has a time machine, and don’t even think about using the restroom, because he’s turned his toilet into a hydroelectric generator!  Although [...]

August 31, 2012 Ashley

SimpliciTea in Rancho Cucamonga

SimpliciTea in Rancho Cucamonga

     If you’re looking for a nice place to relax, drink tea, and watch old movies, then look no further! SimpliciTea in Rancho Cucamonga is now open. This establishment had its Grand Opening on July 25th, but has been quietly open for several months. SimpliciTea brings a nice San Francisco vibe to the Inland [...]

August 4, 2012 Andrea C

13 Irresistible Reasons to take a midweek, summer stay-cation in Temecula

13 Irresistible Reasons to take a midweek, summer stay-cation in Temecula

1. More Affordable Midweek Hotel Accommodations and Recreation Take the time to check out the Palomar Inn Hotel, a 10-room, historical landmark built in the late 1920s. From here, do a self-guided Old Town historic walking tour arch-to-arch; visit the They Passed This Way Monument; shop for antiques and collectibles; and dine alfresco at Old [...]

July 18, 2012 Ashley

Craft Beer Weekend @ The Ace Hotel and Swim Club, Palm Springs

Craft Beer Weekend @ The Ace Hotel and Swim Club, Palm Springs

The Ace Hotel in Palm Springs is going to be hosting their first ever Craft Beer Weekend. This is no small feat for them and they don’t intend to do anything but big! There is going to be a good number of breweries there (Black Market, Stone, Dogfish Head, and more) as well as special [...]

July 13, 2012 John D.

Orange County Fair 2012 – Info / Photos

Orange County Fair 2012 – Info / Photos

It’s that time of year again…fair season! Friday the 13th  of July starts us off with the very popular Orange County Fair! Although it is technically smaller than the Los Angeles County Fair, it’s hardly noticeable with the wide variety of food and shopping opportunities. Grab your friends and just eat your way through the [...]

July 13, 2012 Ashley

Mediterranean/Middle Eastern Restaurants in the IE

Mediterranean/Middle Eastern Restaurants in the IE

One may not know it from my exceedingly caucasian exterior, but I grew up around Middle Eastern food. My grandfather was born and raised in Lebanon and my mother spent her formative years living in Beirut. They brought back with them everything they ever needed to know about cooking an incredible Mediterranean/Middle Eastern dish, which [...]

July 1, 2012 Matthew Bramlett

Calabasas Malibu Wine & Food Festival

Calabasas Malibu Wine & Food Festival

**Photo Editorial Review Dated June 29** The Calabasas Malibu Wine and Food Festival kicked off on a sunny weekend as hundreds of gourmet food and wine lovers made their way to Calabasas rooftop for some good times. With some live music by a Beach Boys cover band and samples given to event goers by Patron, [...]

June 19, 2012 Kris

Killarney’s 5th Anniversary Extravaganza

Killarney’s 5th Anniversary Extravaganza

Killarney’s Restaurant & Irish Pub, one of Riverside’s go-to destinations for a fun and unpretentiously good time, came alive June 16 while celebrating their 5th anniversary. The authentic Irish pub, tucked away in the far end of Riverside Plaza, was filled with an overload of local taps and a seemingly endless flow of premium craft [...]

June 19, 2012 Matthew Bramlett

Gyu Kaku Japanese BBQ in Rancho Cucamonga

Gyu Kaku Japanese BBQ in Rancho Cucamonga

If you’ve been looking for a cool place to eat with your friends, you might want to check out Gyu Kaku at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga. Where else could you barbeque good meat at your table (tapas style!), and not have to clean it up? Start off with a sushi roll or pork gyoza [...]

June 18, 2012 Ashley

Bonello’s New York Pizza in Grand Terrace

Bonello’s New York Pizza in Grand Terrace

Bonello’s New York Pizza in Grand Terrace serves some of the best Italian food and pizza in the Inland Empire. This establishment serves authentic dishes using only the best ingredients. The best part is—it’s absolutely delicious and affordable. Gus Garcia has owned Bonello’s for nearly seven years after purchasing it from the original owner, Tony Bonello. His story [...]

June 11, 2012 Andrea C

Pizza and Wine Pairing Dinner this Friday at Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes. Just $35 per person

Pizza and Wine Pairing Dinner this Friday at Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes. Just $35 per person

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 [...]

May 16, 2012 Chris Kern

Casa Sanchez Mexican Restaurant Ontario

Casa Sanchez Mexican Restaurant Ontario

Authentic Mexican cuisine can be found in nearly every Southern California town and Ontario’s certainly no exception with Casa Sanchez located near the 60 Freeway. Brightly lit and with a soft interior, Casa Sanchez is an authentic Mexican restaurant with food loaded with flavor. One of the offerings it’s known for is its Menudo, the [...]

May 3, 2012 Kris

May Wine Classes at Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes in Riverside

May Wine Classes at Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes in Riverside

Chris Kern’s Forgotten Grapes in Riverside — America’s most uncommon wine shop — offers up brand-new wine classes to the public every FRIDAY NIGHT starting at 6:30 p.m.. From the absolute wine beginner to the most seasoned and sophisticated oenophile, this new wine shop and tasting bar offers wine classes for every level of wine [...]

May 3, 2012 Chris Kern

Hoggs Gourmet Grill, Moreno Valley

Hoggs Gourmet Grill, Moreno Valley

One of the biggest complaints people have about southern California is that we don’t have a lot of great BBQ. And to be fair, those people are right in a lot of way. But then a little restaurant in Moreno Valley opened called Hoggs Gourmet Grill. Located at 12625 Fredericks Ave in Moreno Valley, it’s [...]

May 2, 2012 John D.

Wild Rocket – Redlands

Wild Rocket – Redlands

Imagine a gastropub inspired by one of Redland's most famous bars? Imagine no more! Wild Rocket in Redlands is the Inland Empire's newest gastropub, providing an amazing addition to the region's growing number of bars and restaurants for young (and "life experienced") adults. [...]

February 5, 2012 ThingsToDo

Wine Festival & Chocolate Decadence 2012 @ Pechanga

Wine Festival & Chocolate Decadence 2012 @ Pechanga

In addition to once again offering nearly one hundred of the best California and international wines available to taste, Pechanga is adding rock 'n' roll to their annual chocolate & wine festival with members of rock royalty from the Stray Cats, Warrant and Ratt hitting the stage to perform acoustic sets on March 2nd and [...]

February 4, 2012 ThingsToDo

Mazz Bar & Grill – Riverside

Mazz Bar & Grill – Riverside

Mazz Bar & Grill is Riverside's newest upscale comfort food restaurant across the street from CPK and adjacent to the Regal Cinemas at the Riverside Plaza. We dropped by to check out the food, decor and chat with the owner to give you the lowdown on what we suspect will become a popular Riverside eatery. [...]

January 29, 2012 ThingsToDo

Thai Food & Restaurants in the Inland Empire

Thai Food & Restaurants in the Inland Empire

Living in the Inland Empire for most of my life, one thing I've noticed is how many Thai Restaurants are in our area. Here is a list of some of the best Thai restaurants that are around the Inland Empire. [...]

December 11, 2011 John D.

Miyagi Sushi – San Bernardino

Miyagi Sushi – San Bernardino

If you want quality all you can eat sushi in the Inland Empire served in a fun atmosphere, check out Miyagi Sushi. While you may think the best cuisine in region is only found in cities like Redlands and Rancho Cucamonga, this small Japanese restaurant has put San Bernardino on the map as the hottest [...]

November 26, 2011 ThingsToDo

Manhattan Grill @ The Hilton – San Bernardino

Manhattan Grill @ The Hilton – San Bernardino

The Hilton in San Bernardino offers a slice of New York at the Manhatten Grill. With it’s dim lighting, linen tablecloths and wine list on the table, you could almost imagine you were in the big apple. [...]

October 4, 2011 Develon

Best Mexican Food in the Inland Empire

Best Mexican Food in the Inland Empire

We asked you for the best Mexican food in the Inland Empire and there were no shortage of responses! [...]

September 22, 2011 ThingsToDo

Chocolate, Wine & Jazz Festival 2011 – Corona

Chocolate, Wine & Jazz Festival 2011 – Corona

Award-winning food samplings from the region's upscale eateries, top local wines and live jazz band and dancing will make the Chocolate, Wine & Jazz Festival in Corona a hit on Saturday, October 22, 2011. [...]

September 22, 2011 ThingsToDo

CRUSH Wine & Culinary Showcase 2011 – Temecula

CRUSH Wine & Culinary Showcase 2011 – Temecula

Temecula Valley's Winegrower's Association's invites you, the lover of wine, to join winery owners, winemakers and growers of the Temecula Valley to celebrate “California Wine Month,” Temecula Style, at CRUSH –the 2nd Annual Wine & Culinary Showcase, will take place on Saturday, September 10. [...]

September 13, 2011 ThingsToDo

Sushi Asahi – Best Sushi in Riverside

Sushi Asahi – Best Sushi in Riverside

Sushi Asahi is great food and great value making it the top sushi choice in the Inland Empire. [...]

September 12, 2011 The Franci

Grape Stomp & Winery Festivals in Temecula 2011

Grape Stomp & Winery Festivals in Temecula 2011

Wine country Temecula offers no shortage of festivals and grape stomping events this fall as the harvest comes in! [...]

September 10, 2011 ThingsToDo