One of the hottest topics discussed in the dorms and commuter lounges of the University of Verne is the imposition of mandatory meal plans.
To be or not to be a vegetarian?
With a new owner, Elizabeth Han, and a new banner hanging in the front, the café from the La Verne of yore has made some positive changes.
In most large cities like Pasadena and Los Angeles, Asian oriented shops can be seen competing alongside the kings of coffee houses. But unlike Starbucks and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, the people choose to wait in long lines for something other than aromatic coffee blends. Known as “bubble tea” or “boba” to its Taiwanese […]
Gusalmex, an authentic Guatemalan, Salvadorian, and Mexican food restaurant in Pomona offers delicious meals and an enjoyable environment.
His bright smile, and “How are you today?” brighten the day of many weary University of La Verne faculty and students.
Are you hungry and looking for a quick, inexpensive snack? Are you tired of the packaged breakfast food at Circle K? Try one of La Verne’s popular breakfast shops, Miss Donuts and Bagel.
If you are looking to expand your taste buds a little, the Phoenix Garden is the place for you. The restaurant has a menu that would please even the toughest Chinese food connoisseur.
In its slogan, Mama Petrillo’s restaurant promises to make you “Italian foods as you like them.”
Nick’s Place, formerly known as The College Inn, has become a popular hangout for University of La Verne students and local residents during the past two decades.