Ten food trucks from Los Angeles pulled up Thursday evening at the Fairplex to give the community a variety of fast food.
La Verne alumnae Sue Dyer and Susan Curtis welcome senior business administration major Yasaman Jalalvand to the Food Network event Tuesday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.
Though it is located in Upland, students of the University of La Verne find themselves longing for one of the many flavored tea options from the trendy boba cafe Tpumps.
Senior Adjunct Professor of Journalism Randy Miller serves beef chili to University of La Verne students in the Fellowship Hall of the La Verne Church of the Brethren Tuesday.
Ding Tea opened its doors in La Verne Jan. 15 and offers a wide variety of teas, boba, hot drinks, coffee, and other sweets to its customers.
Paradis Ice Cream Café in the Claremont Village opened Dec. 4, putting a Danish spin on the classic ice cream shop.
Caitlin Kams, an employee at La Verne Brewing Company, said that she and the other employees joke that their brewery is like the 1980s sitcom “Cheers,” where everybody knows your name.
Flying Rice, a new authentic Asian restaurant in La Verne, opened its doors late January, serving Korean fare to the La Verne community.
Restaurateur Joyce Patra opened her third eatery, Foxy Noodles and BBQ, in Upland this January. Foxy Noodles is Patra’s third restaurant, joining her lineup with 50-Fifty Asian Fusion in Claremont and Bangkok Blue Thai Cuisine in La Verne.
Junior anthropology major Lorali Mossaver-Rahmani enjoys a home-cooked meal, served by alumnus Elric Boardman, at the Food Network gathering held at the Church of the Brethren Tuesday.