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Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns August 12 thru August 25


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Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns August 12 thru August 25

Ontario, California – (August 1, 2016) The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced the return of Inland Empire Restaurant Week.  August 12 thru August 25, 2016 save gas and avoid traffic by exploring a variety of great tastes in the Inland Empire.  There’s no need to travel out of the area to enjoy a great culinary experience, visit an old favorite or find a new hidden gem. 

Greetings from Michael Krouse


The hot dog days of summer have not slowed down our team at Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau! We seem to be busier than ever which is a good sign that our economy is full steam ahead and as the tourism and destination experts for the region we’re involved in just about everything. Our region is taking off – not only the Ontario International Airport but the new hotels under construction, and exciting development projects for land use. 

Rancho Cucamonga has become a Craft Brewery top location!


In all, the City of Rancho Cucamonga has approved the permits for seven breweries, making Rancho Cucamonga one of San Bernardino County’s cities with the most breweries.  And there’s even more to come!  Plans are underway to build a unique packing house experience in Rancho Cucamonga. The corner of Haven and Arrow will serve as home to this new concept and within a few years we can all enjoy a bite to eat and explore the new breweries.

IE Restaurant Week returns again to showcase The Inland Empire’s Culinary Talent and Local Restaurants!


Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns again by popular demand for its 4th edition featuring local culinary talent and showcasing restaurants representing more than 30 communities throughout the region.  Participating restaurants can take advantage of the tremendous amount of advertising, promotion and marketing Inland Empire Restaurant Week at “no cost” to them and is a great way to attract new customers.

Inland Empire Restaurant Week Returns with More Restaurants, More Communities and a Special Sneak-Peek Black-Tie Event

Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau

Back by popular demand, Inland Empire Restaurant Week returns to Riverside and San Bernardino counties Oct. 17-26 with more dining establishments from more communities, reflecting a wide variety of delicious opportunities to explore new eateries and enjoy some old favorites.

Greater Ontario CVB Offers Painless Prescription to the Sunshine Act

New laws governing reporting for medical professionals can be met with these easy steps.

ONTARIO, Calif. — The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau, in response to new laws requiring detailed reports of money spent on physicians and other health care professionals, today announced a simple remedy to addressing what could be a paperwork nightmare for meeting professionals.

New Visitors Guide Puts Greater Ontario at Center of the Map

A dynamic mix of activities and destinations showcases the region as a hub for SoCal travel. ONTARIO, Calif. – If Southern California is your playground, the Greater Ontario region – at the center of it all – is your hub.

That’s the underlying theme threaded throughout the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau’s 2013-14 Visitors Guide, an annual publication released today to promote the region, its activities, restaurants, retail outlets, hotels and attractions to leisure travelers and tour groups from outside of the area.

Greater Ontario CVB Announces Formation of Tourism Marketing District

City Council vote Tuesday sets gears in motion to promote travel to the region.

ONTARIO, Calif. – The Ontario City Council on Tuesday approved plans to form a tourism marketing district to help promote leisure and business travel in the cities of Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga.

The vote to approve the Greater Ontario Tourism Marketing District was unanimous, with representatives of the local hospitality industry touting it as a means to make the region stand out more among other competitive travel and meeting destinations.

Celebrate an Old Fashioned Christmas in Ontario, California

Candy-cane demonstrations, religious displays, a community fair mark the holiday season. Nobody does Christmas like Ontario, California.

Thousands have been coming to the city each year to experience the holiday in the old-fashioned way: with hand-made candy canes, shopping and dining, a community festival and iconic religious displays that have withstood the challenge of both time and law.

Snowbirds visit annually to escape the biting chill of winter and to experience the joys of the season, Southern California style. Candy Cane Demonstrations

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