As local restaurants continue to suffer through the COVID-19 pandemic, students in the College of Business and Public Management have decided to take action with a campaign called Eat La Verne, which is meant to bring more business to struggling local restaurants.
Both new and experienced chefs – sheltered inside for many weeks – have flocked to the kitchen. Professional chefs and kitchen newbies shared their advice and ideas cooking up delicious dishes, to help pass the time, and bring some simple pleasure during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Restaurants on D Street in downtown La Verne have had to adapt to the current shelter in place orders, by offering take-out and delivery only options, some partnering with delivery franchises to keep their businesses running as they wait for the OK to open their doors once again.
On the corner of Foothill Boulevard and Gateway Pointe sits a ramen shop that embodies the traditional flavor of the trendy Japanese soup dish.
I traveled into Pomona on February 20th to spend the evening at Old Stump Brewing Company for the Youth and Family Club of Pomona Valley’s chili cook-off.
I boarded the Metrolink train at the Claremont Metrolink Station to Los Angeles on a Friday afternoon, ready for an adventure to Olvera Street.
Taberna is a new tapas bar in downtown La Verne that provides people a place to enjoy classic drinks like martinis, margaritas, red and whites wines as well as rotating draft beers from local breweries.
Warehouse Pizza is La Verne’s friendly neighborhood pizza joint that has regulars driving in from all over the state to get a taste.
The newly opened nautical themed restaurant Don Baja Grill serves perfectly seasoned Mexican food to satisfy anyone at a reasonable price.
Old Stump Brewery Company in Pomona hosted a Vegan Kickback on Sunday with more than 10 vendors who provided food and apparel for sale.