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For years frozen yogurt has been a popular snack, and now La Verne has the perfect place for people to get their yogurt fix.
The first thing I noticed walking into Dillon’s Pit Bar-B-Q was the warmth of the people working there.
The new hot spot in town, Chase’s, has been getting plenty of business from the University community with its fancy water walls, fire pits and happy hour specials.
Red velvet cupcakes, pecan bars, strawberry crumbles and all-American baked goods are a few things junior education major Jennifer Mikolasko bakes professionally in and outside her own kitchen.
When I walked into Bangkok Blue in La Verne the aroma of Thai cuisine immediately made me hungry.
There is a saying that if a restaurant is constantly busy, then the food must be good. Flappy Jack’s Pancake House Restaurant in Glendora more than proves this sentiment.
There are only three words to describe Norm’s Hangar Coffee Shop: hidden yet delicious.
Known for its piles of layered toppings on their pizzas and antipasto salads, Warehouse Pizza, located in the heart of downtown La Verne on D Street, is one of the most established independent businesses in the community.
Before going to My Delight Cupcakery in Ontario, I had always thought of cupcakes as miniature cakes that came in chocolate or plain flavors topped with vanilla, chocolate or holiday themed frosting and sprinkles.
Out of all the restaurants I have been to, I had yet to eat at one with such an elaborate design scheme as Lucky Elephant Thai Cuisine.