So where do you find the best sushi in town? I tried five of La Verne’s most poppin’ sushi joints and this is what I discovered.
El Sushi Loco Sushi y Mariscos, located off of West Holt Avenue in Pomona, offers a hot, spicy take on Mexican-Japanese fusion.
There’s a new barbecue joint in town, Next Republic, which offers a variety of barbecue cuisine classics as well as some not-so-traditional barbecue dishes like poke nachos and takoyaki.
The popular ramen chain, Yoshiharu, celebrated its soft opening of their new location in Chino Hills by hosting a spicy ramen eating contest Saturday.
Perched on the northwest corner of Foothill Boulevard and Towne Center Drive, Cafe X2O and Hookah Lounge offers the best Mediterranean cuisine on this side of Route 66.
Tho One Thai Eatery has a jam-packed menu with delectable Thai dishes from the Sizzling Seafood Hot Plate, a dish ample with scallops, shrimp, calamari, crab, fish and green mussel to less common dishes like the Thai Omelet stuffed with ground chicken and veggies to the classics like Crying Tiger, a grilled rib eye steak […]
Tucked into the corner of a La Verne shopping center, 404 E-Sport Gaming is a veiled haven for gamers.
La Verne’s newest sushi restaurant, Shota Sushi and Grill, offers sashimi, sushi and a variety of appetizers in various sizes and styles.
Dave and Maggie’s Café intern Chris Johnson and manager Charles Rodriguez, prepare food for the one-year anniversary of the café’s opening last month.
Upon entering the new Sol Flower café, a pink wall embellished with what seems to be hand-painted flamingos, toucans and foliage draws your eyes in immediately.