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The Nite On The Town Card is an exclusive membership card that enables the holder to dine at a dizzying variety of the San Gabriel Valley's most popular restaurants at a discounted price.

Simply include your card when paying your check. If you are a party of two, one of your entrees (equal or lower priced) will be free or substantially reduced in price. If there are four or more in your party, two of your entrees will be free or reduced in price and you can visit each restaurant up to three times during 2011 and get a great discount each time

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Beckham Grill, La Fiesta Grande, El Portal, Stoney Point, Radhika, Firefly Bistro, Cafe Mundial, Central Park, Matt Denny's, 1810, Cha Da Thai, Dish, Italian Kitchen, Bella Sera and dozens more. 

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You can also find our Dot Com Dining columns weekly in the San Gabriel Valley Weekly (print media), Mountain Views Newspaper (print media and online), and SierraMadreNews.Net (online)

Corn dog on left, chile tamale in cup on right

French fries

Fried zucchini

Double cheeseburger

Blurry fishburger

Taco dinner plate, with dbl. cheeseburger in background

The taco had plenty of beef on it

DOT COM DINING A Look At San Gabriel Valley Restaurants by SanGabrielValleyMenus.com

 

P and G Burgers, Covina

 

By Bill Coburn

 

P and G Burgers in Covina opened in 1987, and the original owner Nick Mitropoules still runs it today.  Order from the drive-thru, take it to go, or dine in, but you’re sure to feel that you got a good deal for the price.  I’ve tried several items off the menu, and enjoyed them all; you’re basically dealing with a full-service burger joint.  I’ve been to a few of those, and P&G ranks up there with any of them, but this one also offers a Mexican menu and a full on breakfast menu. 

 

Actually, the double cheeseburger I had last weekend was one of the better ones I’ve had at this type of establishment.  A double charbroiled burger on a big sesame seed bun, with plenty of diced onions, lettuce, cheese, thousand island, pickles and tomatoes (yes, I took the last two items off before I ate it).  If you’re not an onion fan, be sure to order without onions, as the diced onions would have been hard to lose without losing most of the dressing.  The fries were pretty good, and there were plenty of them.  Katie and Keelan ordered the fried zucchini, which is made on the premises (so are the onion rings and chile) and they got this huge plate filled with zucchini, which they both enjoyed, though they couldn’t finish the order between them (they requested ranch dressing to go with it).  Keelan enjoyed his corn dog, and Katie ordered a chile tamale with cheese and onions.  We both really enjoyed the (homemade) chile, and while Katie prefers homemade tamales, she said this one wasn’t bad either.

 

Today, I ordered a taco dinner plate, which came with fries and onion rings, and the home-made onion rings were quite tasty (the fries were too, but I already mentioned that they’re good).  It also came with a mixed greens and cabbage salad.  The whole dinner plate was just $3.99, and even though there was only one taco, it was quite large, with lots of deliciously seasonsed ground beef, cheese, lettuce, and hot sauce.  I definitely felt I got my money’s worth.  I also ordered a fish sandwich, which came with lettuce, tomato and mayo, and while it was a typical deep-fried frozen fish fillet, it was bigger than most I’ve had, filling up the large sesame seed bun, and it tasted pretty good, too.

 

You can find the P & G menu at www.sangabrielvalleymenus.com/pandgurgerscovina.htm, and you’ll also find a buy a burger get a burger coupon link there.

 

Casa Del Rey in Sierra Madre will be having a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow, Oct. 30th at 2pm, at 31 N. Baldwin Ave.  Everybody’s invited to stop by and help them celebrate, so if you’re in the neighborhood, swing on up.

 

I told you a couple weeks ago that Matt Denny’s Alehouse on Huntington in Arcadia was doing a poll of its customers, using Heinz (Kerry) ketchup versus W. (brand) ketchup, with customers placing beans in the jar for the ketchup they preferred.  You still have a chance to place your vote, the winner won’t be announced until Nov. 1.  According to the press release I received this week, the third week of voting, shows “Dubya” now holding the lead with 665 beans to Heinz 559 beans, a 55% to 46% ratio.  Of course, the Red Sox just won the World Series, and according to stats I’ve seen, the candidate from the World Series winner state usually wins.  I guess we’ll have to wait until Tuesday (or much later if the attorneys start filing stuff) to see who the real winner is.  But please, even if you feel California is already decided, be sure to get out and vote.  Even if we don’t have much say in this presidential election, the tallies could affect how future elections are conducted, and there are plenty of propositions and local offices up for grabs.  Your vote does make a difference.  After all, in the words of President G.W. Bush, "Our nation must come together to unite."  So true, so true.  What more eloquent reason to vote could one ask for? 

 

Bill Coburn is owner of SanGabrielValleyMenus.com, a restaurant website featuring dozens of restaurant’s menus, as well as downloadable coupons.  He has nearly 20 years experience in the restaurant business, and has been eating for much longer than that.

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