Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
Go and watch a baseball game of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes at the "Epicenter". Went there on June 4th to see the game against the Lake E. Storm and had a good time. It's a small stadium with a familiar atmosphere. single game tickets: Super Box $10
Coffee and tea
Black Forest which is coffee and chocolate blended with ice, chocolate espresso beans, cherries and milk.
They have also a variety of coffees, teas, ice blended drinks and bakery products such as scones, bagels, cheesecake etc
In Rancho Monday through Friday
I work in Rancho Cucamonga. It's hot out here but most of the time pleasant during the winter months. Rancho has been booming with amazing shopping centers, offices, homes/condos, etc! I like the convenience of going out on my lunch hour to run errands. Everything is here like Bank of America, Target, Best Buy, Starbucks, Barnes and Noble, Office Max, Michael's, grocery stores, etc. My favorite place to eat in Rancho is called Happy Bento. A Japanese fast food joint less than 100 yards away from my office building.
My drive towards Pasadena on the 210 freeway, it's about to rain. Notice the cell tower disguised as a palm tree in the lower left corner of the picture.
Feb. 12,2009 5:30pm westbound on the 10 FWY.