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In the midst of heavy workloads, a tiny bank account and little time, college students often eat unhealthy. Bowl of Heaven looks to change that negative outlook.
The Lordsburg Taphouse and Grill will take over the D Street home of T. Phillips Alehouse, which recently closed its doors.
It is 9:30 a.m. and commuters are greeted by the savory smell of ribs being cooked in a smoker on the corner of Citrus Avenue and San Bernardino Road in Covina.
Bebe’s Family Hair Design opened last month in Downtown La Verne, replacing a past salon in the same establishment giving it a new look and owner.
With challenges like employee training, resource management and developing a strong clientele, it looked difficult to survive in the restaurant business. One shot is all that it takes to have a family-owned restaurant survive or become another failed American Dream.
With a change in management came a change in name. The location that formerly housed Angel’s place, a Greek restaurant, now features Spooners.
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.
In an apparent upturn of the economy, Old Town La Verne is finding its businesses thriving and full of customers.
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.