A fourth-generation California grocer, Martin Goodwin has focused his new store on supplying fresh fruits and vegetables and preparing meals free of the chemicals, sugars, and fats rampant in processed foods. Inside the store, shoppers can explore grocery aisles or check the deli counter for organic salads, sandwiches, pizza, sushi, or soups. A juice bar serves up cool, healthy drinks, as well as Goodwin's own line of locally roasted Vitalita coffee. Baristas make each cup with a rare Clover machine, an $11,000 device that the New York Times called “standard equipment at some of the country’s most progressive cafes.”
With healthy, fast fare and drink in hand, guests can slide into one of Goodwin's lounge seats and plug in electronics at nearby outlets, which let students focus on their work rather than spurring on the hamster jogging inside their laptop’s charging wheel.
Juicy tidbits of chocolate-dunked fruit arrive on the doorsteps of family and friends, done up in colorful bouquets and candy boxes by the skilled fruit arrangers at Edible Arrangements' more than 1,100 franchises worldwide. The company's in-house chocolatiers drizzle albion strawberries and daisy pineapples in a trio of chocolate flavors. Once properly chocolated, the workers organize the preservative-free sweets into lush arrangements that resemble flowers in bloom. Customers can choose to plop their bouquets in a variety of vessels, including vases, mugs, and sports- or holiday-themed containers that add a personal touch to the edible gifts. Alternatively, customers can opt to adorn gifts with the cheery, red lids of candy boxes, nestling 12 chocolate-dipped morsels inside to build anticipation and determine if loved ones have x-ray vision as they guess whether fruit will come dusted in shredded coconut or drizzled in white chocolate.
Dotted with shade from leafy trees, the campground at Glen Ivy RV Park offers a peaceful respite from roadway stresses. The grounds span 350 RV-ready sites with full utility hookups to rest batteries and basic cable so as not to confuse antennae. Additionally, guests have access the campground’s many amenities including an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, a central playground, and a group picnic area.
When you stay at Four Points by Sheraton Ontario-Rancho Cucamonga in Rancho Cucamonga, you'll be in a shopping district and close to Victoria Gardens and Ontario Mills Shopping Mall. This hotel is within the vicinity of Citizens Business Bank Arena and Chaffey College.
Make yourself at home in one of the 118 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with cotton sheets, and all rooms are furnished with twin sofa beds. Windows open to city and mountain views. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while 32-inch high-definition televisions with cable programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an outdoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.
You can enjoy a meal at a restaurant serving the guests of Four Points by Sheraton Ontario-Rancho Cucamonga, or stop in at a snack bar/deli. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. Planning an event in Rancho Cucamonga? This hotel has 1300 square feet (121 square meters) of space consisting of small meeting rooms, banquet facilities, and exhibit space. Free parking is available onsite.
Little Fisherman Seafoods purchases fresh fish daily in limited quantities, ensuring customers a strictly fresh seafood selection. Satisfy stomachs with homemade clam chowder ($3.95 cup, $5.95 bowl) or bean bag-toss an order of oysters on the half-shell into gullet goals ($8.95). Little Fisherman Seafoods fries up 14 savory varieties of fish and chips, including halibut ($15.95) and catfish ($11.95), and the Fisherman platter with a choice of four sea settlers, all served with coleslaw and french fries or rice pilaf ($15.95). Grilled salmon shares a seabed with one side and a dinner salad and distracts hungry eyes with its bold orange hues, allowing mouths to sneak a clandestine chomp ($19.95). Nestled between hand-cushioning buns, salmon or crab cake burgers arrive with coleslaw and french fries or rice pilaf ($8.95 each).
The doctors at Inland Naturopathic Medical Center work like natural-health detectives, hot on the trail of each illness’s underlying cause. The center’s team of licensed naturopathic doctors assesses the whole of the client through blood work or nutritional analysis before prescribing natural treatment plans to return bodies to balance. Some plans, such as chelation therapy, colon hydrotherapy, and detoxification regimes, help purge impurities and heavy metals from the body; others, such as prolotherapy, encourage restored mobility and function in arthritic joints. The center’s weight-loss programs begin with a detailed medical history, followed by blood tests to uncover unseen roadblocks including food allergies, insulin resistance, or platelets made entirely of old Froot Loops. Based on these findings, doctors then begin the fat-torching process with custom diet and exercise programs paired with optional B12 and amino-acid injections.