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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.
In a market dominated by Barnes & Noble and Amazon, it is easy for a bookseller like Mrs. Nelson’s Toy and Book Shop to fly under the radar of book lovers.
Customers of Nectar have no need to worry about seeing their recently bought dress on someone else. The clothing boutique in Claremont offers original pieces that are limited in stock and frequently rotated.
There is a problem with the food we consume. A large percentage of it is imported; a lot of our food comes from foreign countries, especially China and various South American countries. It may be cheaper for big companies to produce food on foreign soil, but at what cost to consumers?
The Dessert Shoppe located in the heart of old town San Dimas is a dream that became a reality for husband and wife owners Sydney and Xenia Train.