Eureka! coming to Ontario; more restaurants opening in Rancho Cucamonga – San Bernardino Sun

I (and others) have spotted several new eateries coming soon here in the Inland Empire.

Here’s a quick look at what we’ve seen:

In Ontario, Eureka! is opening a new restaurant. It’s at 900 Via Piemonte, Suite 101, just north of the Toyota Arena, as part of the new Elements hotel. It’s projected to open this spring, so it could be any day now.

Thanks to contributor Rod, who emailed us with the tip.

Over at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, The Mug Shakes, best known for its over-the-top (and down-the-sides) shake creations, has closed.

The shop, which opened in the food hall in 2016 and moved to a location outside the food court two years later, expanding its menu to include burgers, hot dogs, and fries, appears to have shut down just before the end of last year.

Spotless Burgers, a vegetarian restaurant chain that also has a location in Upland, will be taking over the spot at 7870 Monet Ave.

In addition, Elephant Thai is coming to the center’s food hall, while Jay Bird’s — yes, yet another Nashville hot chicken joint — is headed to the spot formerly occupied by Johnny Rockets, 7800 Kew Ave.

Thanks to frequent contributor Brian letting us know about Elephant Thai and Jay Bird’s, along with Becky, who also clued us in on Jay Bird’s.

Also spotted by Brian in Rancho Cucamonga is Krak Boba, headed to 12285 Base Line, Suite 100. It’ll be the boba tea chain’s fourth Inland Empire location, following ones in Riverside, Corona and Ontario.

Another Epic Wings is landing in Fontana, at 9610 Sierra Ave. The chain currently has locations in Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga, Corona, Murrieta and Temecula. Thanks again to Rod for heads up!

In Upland, a banner announcing Argentinian restaurant Toro y Pampa is hanging at 915 N. Euclid Ave., reports frequent contributor Carl. The site was formerly Domi’s Peruvian Cuisine.

Two-fer in Riverside

Two new eateries have opened in the same building at 3980 University Ave. in downtown Riverside.

On the west side of the building is Carlos’s Tijuana Tacos. Hours for the soft opening vary, but have been posted on the chain’s Instagram page (@carlos_tijuanatacos).

On the east side of the building is Richie’s Hot Chicken and is open noon-10 p.m. Another location is coming to downtown San Bernardino.

Baker’s gives back

Baker’s Drive-Thru is raising funds to help local kids play ball.

The Inland Empire-based chain is hosting a “Just Round Up” campaign, asking its customers to round up their purchases to the nearest dollar.

The overages are earmarked for the 66ers Foundation, the charitable arm of the Inland Empire 66ers baseball organization.

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