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The Mission Galleria Cafe & Hideaway serves savory sandwiches, soups, and salads from its post at Mission Galleria Antique Mall, nestled in downtown Riverside. Classic appetizers such as hot wings and jalapeño poppers give way to café food including a barbecue-chicken salad and a BLT or french dip sandwich. Sweet desserts such as lemon bars, brownies, and slices of blackout cake punctuate meals, reminding guests of a home-cooked meal without having to dance for their food like in their real homes. Evening-time guests can also enjoy a drink of beer or wine, served at the café counter.

3700 Main St
Riverside,
CA
US

Creaky coffins are strewn throughout the shadowy fearsome forests Coffin Creek, where nighttime gives way to a hair-raising hauntsperience featuring five different scare stations, including Scarecrow Trail, Chambers of the Mausoleum, and Shady Hollow Hayride. Local legend warns of a troublesome cacophony of mysterious sounds and foggy apparitions that await trespassers of the abandoned sepulchers and scattered remains left from the desolate Guatsi Cemetery at the frightful floodplain. Each strobe-lit step reveals elaborate props and a talented squad of professional scare-masters. With one flash of your VIP pass, you'll be rewarded unlimited self-guided exploration of Coffin Creek's terrifying terra firma, the freedom to cut to the front of the lines at each attraction, and a backstage buffet of fake-blood bottle-service and zombie slam poetry. Check the schedule to plan your scare cruise.

14600 River Road
Corona,
CA
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Drinking wine is an activity that sometimes makes people believe they’re funnier, smarter, and two feet taller than they actually are. Today’s Groupon prolongs the non-truths with $40 worth of wine, tastings, and labels for $20 at The Winery at Canyon Crest, CityVoter's 2008 Best Winery in the Los Angeles area, the only winery in Riverside worth visiting, and also the only winery in Riverside.

5225 Canyon Crest Dr
Riverside,
CA
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As its main rotor starts to whir, rotating faster and faster above the grounds of southern California, a Sky 5 helicopter starts to levitate, soon cutting across the sandy beaches and towering peaks of the west coast. The pilots of these aircrafts lead daytime or sunset cruises along the coastline and downtown Los Angeles as well as Laguna Beach, the San Gabriel Mountain range, and Knots Berry Farm. The company also conducts aerial photography and flight-training services and even extends its flight paths up to San Diego and down to Mexico, having built a lifelong rapport with the gruff golden eagles patrolling the border's skies.

1150 S Vineyard Ave.
Ontario,
California
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8916 Foothill Blvd
Rancho Cucamonga,
CA
US

The Tony Award–winning musical Evita, by esteemed writers Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, charts the rise of the world's first political celebrity, Argentine first lady Eva Perón. Peppered with familiar personages such as Che Guevara, nail- and toe-biting political maneuvers, and immaculate six-part harmonies, Evita reaches even the iciest heart with the fire of its emotional exuberance. Allow eager eardrums to savor the dulcet tones of the score, headlined by the famous “Don't Cry for Me Argentina.” In the intimate environs of the Lewis Family Playhouse, peepers can pick out every detail of the stage's goings-on, from artfully rendered emotion to the tragic parting of lovelorn curtains for the entirety of the play.

12505 Cultural Center Dr
Rancho Cucamonga,
CA
US