Nom-worthy: Cask ‘n Cleaver


Hi neighbors –

Have you been waiting for our next Nom-worthy blog post?  I hope you’re alone because your tummy’s growling might get a little loud!  This week we’re focusing on the Slow Roasted Prime Rib dinner from Cask ‘n Cleaver.  Did you know that Cask ‘n Cleaver is famous for their steaks?  They serve only the highest quality U.S.D.A. Choice Midwestern corn-fed beef, custom-cut by their own meat cutters.

The dinner I had was their 10oz. prime rib for $23.95, served with “all you can eat” salad bar and an Idaho baked potato.  Surprisingly after this large meal I still had room for their mile high chocolate cake.  Delish!

This is a great place for date nights, group dinners, and occassions.  Here are there three locations where you can stuff your face with a nom-worthy dinner- all in the IE!

  1. San Dimas: 125 N. Village Court San Dimas, CA 91773
    (Located on the northeast side of the Arrow Ave. EXIT off the 57 Freeway. Next to Sizzler)
  2. Rancho Cucamonga: 8689 Ninth St. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
    (Located one-half mile west of Vineyard Ave., on the northeast corner of 9th St. and Madrone.)
  3. Riverside: 1333 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92507
    (Located two blocks west of the 60/215 Freeway at the University Ave. Exit.)

What do you think?  If you’ve been to a Cask ‘n Cleaver I’d love to hear your opinion.  Please leave me a comment below, or let us know what you think of our new “Nom-worthy” blog column – would love to get your thoughts!

Till next time…

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