After a change of ownership in July, new hours, and a new menu helmed by Executive Chef Arthur Siler III, Pappas Artisanal is ready to dominate D Street.
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Coffee is a savior for many college students searching for a source of energy or a pick me up to get through the day.
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.
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.
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.
Butter drenched meals at Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place turn vegan students away. They struggle daily to find meals that adhere to their dietary choices.
Ben Camacho, senior journalism major, has a long-term goal to leave the smallest carbon footprint possible.
Surrounded by white walls speckled with light green cacti, Jeremy Jenewein, Cactus Coffee owner, tops off a cup of coffee with latte leaf art before flashing a blinding smile as he welcomes fellow java drinkers to his new coffee shop.
Pappas Artisanal restaurant on D Street has regained its “A” rating from the Los Angeles County Environmental Health department, after a temporary closure for violations last month.