It’s time to catch up on the latest round of restaurant swaps here in the Inland Empire. In San Bernardino, what was once a Coco’s Bakery and was briefly a Vietnamese restaurant called Pho Nomenon, is now a Cajun seafood restaurant. Star Crab opened about three weeks ago at 242 E. Hospitality Lane. Other Star Crab locations can be found in Upland (1490 E. Foothill Blvd.) and Riverside (10051 Magnolia Ave.). Hours are 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Much has already been written about the LA County Fair and all its culinary delights, so I’ll spare you a boring rehash. I’ll just give you a few common-sense guidelines:Not everything you eat at the fair has to be deep-fried. Even Chicken Charlie’s, home of “totally fried,” well, pretty much everything, has healthier options, such as chicken kabobs and a Maui chicken bowl with teriyaki chicken, diced pineapple and rice, all conveniently served in a half-pineapple.
Get ready for the chicken finger invasion. Raising Cane’s, a restaurant chain that specializes in boneless chicken strips, has set its sights on the Inland Empire. “Specializes” is putting it rather mildly, since that’s pretty much all they do. Their menu consists of just a few items. Besides the chicken fingers, they also have crinkle-cut fries, cole slaw and Texas toast. That’s it. Of course, they also have their own sauce to go with the chicken fingers. And drinks to wash them down.
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