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The relatively new Asian-American restaurant in downtown La Verne, Spooners, has begun to catch on with the hungry stomachs of ULV and community members.
Hidden talents are always fun to figure out, especially when it results in tasty treats from the most unexpected people. A.J. Licon, a junior movement and sports science major, has been hiding his gift for baking pretty well.
Despite being surrounded mainstream franchises at its location on Foothill Boulevard in La Verne, Steve Kim manages to not only have his independent restaurant survive but also fulfill its purpose: make sure customers remain healthy.
La Verne does at the new sports bar House of Wings that just opened in Old Town La Verne.
Damien High School’s first Food Truck Festival turned the school’s parking lot into a food utopia inhabited by 20 of Southern California’s most well-known food trucks on Sunday.
Roberta’s Village Inn, originally named The Village Inn, has served traditional-style diner food in downtown La Verne since 1969 and has not changed significantly, despite the change in ownership three different times.
A first-time customer takes a seat in the middle of Eureka Burger, eyes wide, and finally understands why everyone recommends this restaurant: It is awesome.
Third Street Wine Shop is the newest addition to the University of La Verne retail community, offering a respite from the usual bar experience.
Last Saturday, Chase’s Wine Bar and Beer hosted a beer-tasting event featuring the local Dale Bros. Brewery, which is based in Upland.
Since Connolly’s Kitchen opened its doors in March, the La Verne restaurant has been serving up Irish culture as strong and as rich as its food.