Dine 909: New restaurants in Rancho Cucamonga, and Eastvale gets a food truck festival

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I happened to drive through Rancho Cucamonga this weekend and noticed a few changes.

Broken Yolk Cafe has opened at 12285 Base Line, Suite 120.

The brunch-oriented restaurant opened in March.

Hours are 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Dumpling Master has opened just across Base Line from the Broken Yolk Cafe, at 7220 Day Creek Blvd., Suite 149.

The Asian eatery, which replaced Tobiko Sushi, appears to have opened in February. Hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily.

Dalia’s Pizza has moved about a block east from its previous home in the former Sizzler at 9588 Base Line into a smaller, take-out location at 7232 Archibald Ave.

The move appears to have taken place in September.

Hours are 10 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

B.A.M.M.S. is back

It’s May, and that signals the return of No Clue Craft Brewery’s Barrel-aged Mexican Mocha Stout.

The beer, aged in bourbon barrels, clocks in at 14% alcohol by volume.

The brew — along with its non-barrel-aged counterpart — is available now for a limited time at the brewery, 9037 Arrow Route, Suite 170, Rancho Cucamonga.

The beer is also available in bottles for $18 while supplies last.

‘Big Cheese’ Biscuit sweepstakes

Red Lobster is looking to select its first Chief Biscuit Officer in its “Big Cheese” Biscuit sweepstakes.

That person will $1,000 in Red Lobster gift cards and 24 dozen Cheddar Bay biscuits. Oh, and you’ll get that Chief Biscuit Officer title for one year.

Other prizes up for grabs include 50 Maine lobster tail add-ons, 50 snow crab leg add-ons, 100 free appetizers, 100 free desserts and 200 dozen Cheddar Bay biscuits.

To enter, download the Red Lobster app (available for iOS and Android) and sign up for the Red Lobster Rewards program, if you’re not already enrolled.

In the app, click on the “My Rewards” tab and look for the blue trophy icon to click and enter. Additional entries can be earned by placing an order.

The sweepstakes ends May 28.

Food trucks in Eastvale

A new food truck festival — dubbed EATSvale — is set to launch from 3-7 p.m. Friday at 13200 Citrus Ave. (across from Eleanor Roosevelt High School).

The community event, which will also showcase art and music, is scheduled to run monthly through October.

For more information, visit eastvaleca.gov/i-want-to/know-about-eatsvale.

BOGO dessert

The Hitch Burger Grill in Rancho Cucamonga is promoting its new desserts by giving them away.

Through the end of May, the restaurant is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal on its new desserts.

Options include double chocolate layer cake and churros with ice cream.

Hitch Burger is at 10789 Arrow Route, Rancho Cucamonga.

Rubio’s new tacos

Rubio’s Coastal Grill will launch a trio of new tacos on Thursday, May 20, designed to take your taste buds on a trip.

The new tacos — created by “Top Chef All-Stars” winner Richard Blais & Rubio’s co-founder Ralph Rubio — highlight three culinary regions: Hawaii, New Orleans, and Buffalo, New York.

The new tacos are:

  • Hula Hula Carnitas: Features pork marinated in a blend of gochujang, achiote and garlic, wrapped in a banana leaf and slow-cooked. It’s served on a corn tortilla with mango salsa and garnished with black sesame seeds, Cotija cheese and a slice of lime.
  • Ancho Po-Boy Shrimp: Features flash-fried ancho-lime shrimp with Cajun aioli, and is served on a warm flour tortilla with crisp shredded cabbage, salsa fresca and a slice of lime.
  • Blaised & Glazed Crispy Chicken: Features crispy chicken tossed in Frank’s RedHot sauce, and served on a warm flour tortilla with crisp shredded cabbage, homemade ranch sauce and house-pickled celery and jalapeño, garnished with Cotija cheese and celery seed.

Rubio’s Rewards members can receive one of the new tacos for free (or $5 off a Rubio’s x Blais Street Taco Plate) during a sneak preview on Wednesday, May 19. Check the app or visit www.rubios.com for details.

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