June Food Events

By Ashley Bennett

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Posted June 4, 2013 in Web Only
_Bite Me LogoSummer is upon us and with it, some amazing opportunities to gorge ourselves with tasty food!

Wed, June 5: Master Sushi Chef Speaker

Master sushi chef Andy Matsuda will speak on the relationship between food and health, as well as offer a live sushi preparation demo. You’ll never have to go out for sushi again!

7pm. Register Required. Ovitt Family Community Library, Meeting Room, 215 E. C. St., Ontario, (909) 355-2252.

 

Sat, June 8:  Backyard Bash

Test out and cast your vote for the “Best of” food tasting competition.

11am-4pm. $10. Fairmount Park, Riverside.

 

Sat, June 8: Killarney’s 6-Year Anniversary

The Killarney’s we all know and love in Riverside is having a cake day that you won’t want to miss! There’ll be live music by Cole Slaw, a tasty $6 burger and a “sour power” event celebrating a number of sour beers. For the entrance fee of $25 you get unliited tasters of that beer while supplies last and some finger food. Think of it as a birthday gift.

1pm. $25. Killarney’s Pub and Grill, 3639 Riverside Plaza Dr. #532, Riverside, (951) 682-2933; www.killarneys.com/riverside.

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Wed, June 12: How to Frost a Cake

Kristin Montejano of Dizzy Desserts (from Corona!) is teaching how to properly frost a cake. No experience more birthday cake messes of disappoint after this.

7pm. Registration required, don’t forget to bring an apron. Ovitt Family Community Library, Meeting Room, 215 E. C. St., Ontario, (909) 355-2252.

 

Sun, June 16: Father’s Day at the Lazy Dog

Get dad a drink worthy of his awesomeness and a pint glass to remember to occasion. On this day, the Lazy Dog is offering 16-ounce beers for dear old dad. Don’t forget to pair those choices with a slathered a prime steak (or two!) or rack of BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs.

Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar, 11560 4th St., Rancho Cucamonga, (909) 987-4131; www.lazydogrestaurants.com.

Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar, 40754 Winchester Rd., Temecula, (951) 719-1884; www.lazydogrestaurants.com.

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Thurs, June 20: 1st Annual Tour de Fork

Oh yeah, unlimited restaurant tastings? I’m all for that. Victoria Gardens has a few new few tenants on the way and even more good ones that have been there for a while. If you’re hungry for food from the likes of the Corner Bakery or the soon-to-open Slater’s 50/50, you’ll love this.

6pm-8pm. $50. Victoria Gardens, 12505 N. Main St., Rancho Cucamonga, (909) 463-2830; www.victoria gardensie.com.

 

Fri, June 21-July 14: Qualify for the Ice Cream Eating Challenge

Both the Rancho Cucamonga and more recently opened Farrell’s in Riverside are qualifying locations for 4th Annual Ice Cream Eating Challenge.

Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant, 3610 Park Sierra Dr., Riverside, (951) 351-1200; www.farrellusa.com.

Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant, 10742 Foothill Blvd., Terra Vista Town Shopping Center, Rancho Cucamonga, (909) 989-8777; www.farrellusa.com.

 

Sat, June 22: Yucaipa’s first craft brewery opens

Brew Rebellion of Yucaipa, the first and only brewery and tasting room in the city, will be opening up shop soon in a historic building. They’ll have everything you need in the form of stouts, IPA’s and even non-alcoholic and a special Rootbeer brew.

Brew Rebellion of Yucaipa, 13444 California Ave., Yucapia; www.brewrebellion.com.


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