David W. Cohen

Member Since:
May 2015

Masters in Management; previously co-host of the PBS TV show "Table for Two ",(1990) the first restaurant review show on PBS( KVCR ); I currently write the weekly restaurant column for the San Bernardino Sun and the Ontario Daily Bulletin, and am the food co-editor for Inland Empire Magazine, specializing in food features. I also write culinary travel pieces periodically for the San Bernardino Sun. I am a proficient home chef, and have cooked for restaurant chefs and winemakers. Offer dinners for 6-8 regularly at charitable auctions. Married since 1983 to Dorene, and have one son, Devin who lives in Brooklyn, where I was born!; enjoy bridge, professional hockey, horse racing, politics, theater, opera arias, classical music and wine collecting, particularly pinot noir; cooking of course, and pairing food and wine. 

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Published Articles (6)

Kick Back Jack’s in Rancho Cucamonga features breakfast all day


If you’re a late night jazz musician, you can stroll in at 2 p.m., and sample an array of gargantuan skillets, scrambles and omelettes.

Najwa’s Mediterranean Cuisine id first rate in Loma Linda


Their hummus reminds of the ones I sampled in the old city of Jerusalem-smooth and creamy, with an intensity that lasts forever.

Nuno’s Bistro and Bar in Upland serves fine food that matches stunning decor


Superb Portuguese food, including a blend of linguica and peas in spicy tomato port sauce; piri-piri chicken; Francesinha, a huge sauced sandwich from Porto.

Toro Bowl in Yucaipa offer variety of Asian Fare


This sleek Asian Bistro offers an array of Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes: chicken with red chile paste, baked lobster roll and beef Ma La

Bella Honduras Restaurant-a rare find in Rialto


Try the tajadas de carne molina; conch soup with coconut milk, green plantains and yuca; and pastelitos-corn meal crusted pastry filled with ground beef.

Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano worth the trip to Ontario


Mustazzoli is named after an Italian biscotti. They offer such dishes as fried calamari with a spicy marinara, and cacciuco, a seafood stew from Livorno