Eureka! is coming to Ontario, and there’s a new Shack in Redlands – San Bernardino Sun

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There are good times coming for burger lovers. Eureka! is planning to open a location in Ontario, and there are several other eateries on the way as well. John Plessel can tell you where to look for them in his Dine 909 column.

There’s now a third Shack in Redlands, with Pizza Shack on Lugonia Avenue joining Taco Shack and Breakfast Shack in other parts of town.

Now that spring is here, it’s time to start thinking about eating outdoors. Find out what’s on the menu at Knott’s Berry Farm’s Boysenberry Festival and how to eat on stage at Redondo Beach’s BeachLife Festival.

Taco Bell reached its 60th anniversary this week. Although it started in Downey, its roots are in San Bernardino. Find out more about the chain and its influence on fast food.

Finally, we have a recipe for a one-course meal with kale and sausage.

Eureka! is opening a new restaurant at 900 Via Piemonte, Suite 101, just north of the Toyota Arena in Ontario. It’s part of the future Elements Hotel. (Photo by John Plessel)

Plus, Richie’s Hot Chicken lands in Riverside and Baker’s Drive-Thru is helping local kids play ball. Read more.

Pizza Shack in Redlands has a patriotic theme. (Photo by Fielding Buck, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)

The new eatery serves whole pizzas and pizza by the slice near apartments and offices. Read more.


The 2022 Boysenberry Festival runs through April 24 at the Buena Park theme park. Read more.

The three chefs cooking at BeachLife’s SideStage pop-up restaurant this year are Ray Hayashi of Hermosa Beach’s  modern Asian restaurant RYLA, Michelin Star-chef  Kevin Meehan of Kali in Los Angeles and Jacob Ramos, the festival’s executive chef.(Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

The approximately 100-seat SideStage pop-up restaurant includes a prix fixe menu crafted by a different chef each night on the side of the main stage as bands perform. Read more.

A Taco Bell team member shows off a 60th anniversary T-shirt created in a partnership between the fast food chain and Born x Raised streetwear company. (Photo courtesy of Taco Bell)

The Irvine-based chain is giving its team members designer T-shirts to celebrate when the brand was founded on March 21, 1962. Read more.

Glen Bell opened the first Taco Bell at 7126 Firestone Boulevard in Downey, California in 1962. (Photo courtesy of Taco Bell)

Fast food giant Taco Bell was founded March 21, 1962, in Downey. Read more.

This Taco Bell restaurant built with the chain’s original design at 669 S. Coast Highway in Laguna Beach closed on Sept. 7, 2021.(Photo by Michael Fernandez, Contributing Photographer)

The chain’s signature design from the 1960s featuring round arches and red tile roofs hasn’t entirely gone away. Read more.

Kale with Cannellini Beans and Sausage is a hearty main course that is easy to make. (Photo by Cathy Thomas)

This dish can be modified to be vegetarian or you can kick up the heat by using spicy sausage. Read more.

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