Where To Enjoy the Super Bowl In Redlands

Super Bowl 50 may turn out to be the final game for legendary quarterback Peyton Manning, and because of that, this year’s game is expected to draw massive ratings. There are many places to watch the game, but if you are not going to a friend’s house or hosting a party, visiting a sports bar is an excellent option. Here are three great places to watch the game this Sunday’s Denver Broncos versus Carolina Panther’s matchup. Just be sure to call each location and make sure a reservation is not needed. Super Bowl Sunday can be a busy day.


Upper Deck Sports Lounge

1101 N California St
Redlands, CA 92374

Phone number: (909) 335-7275


Johnny’s Tacos And Sports

1756 E Lugonia Ave
Redlands, CA 92374

Phone number: (909) 794-7922


Barnacles Sports Bar

1936 Mentone Blvd
Mentone, CA 92359

Phone number: (909) 794-5851

Join the Redlands Toastmasters Club

If you are looking to try something new this year, why not join the Redlands Toastmasters club? Sure, no one loves to speak in public, but why not push the limits of what you are capable of and try something out of your comfort zone. The skills you will learn from the club and be used to advance your career, make new friends or even start a podcast. Learning to speak in public will do wonders for your confidences and can even leader to a new career.


The Redlands Toastmasters Club meets every Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church on One E Olive Avenue, Redlands, Ca. 92373, at 12:00pm. The next two meeting are schedule as follows:


Wed, Jan 27 at 12:00 PM

Wed, Feb 03 at 12:00 PM


There is no membership or fee required, so stop by this supportive environment and push the boundaries of your comfort zone.


Apartment Renting Tips: Best Time To Rent

Searching for an apartment can be tough and a bit stressful. After all, you are looking for a place where you will live for a year or maybe more. If you will be on the move soon, here are a few tips to keep in mind as to when is the best time to find an apartment.


Winter months: winter is typically a slow time for apartment renters and unoccupied units can stay empty for weeks on end. If you are looking to get a move-in special with your next apartment, think about moving during the winter. Many management companies will offer discounted rates to attract tenants.


Summer months: summer is most the active time for apartment renters, as many people end leases and look for new apartments from June to September. You might not find a move-in discount, but what you will have is plenty of options to choose from because many complexes will have vacancies.