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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Retail Therapy: Chile Fest heats up South Coast Plaza

    Back to fashion: Teen Model presents a back-to-school fashion show from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Westminster Mall, 1025 Westminster Mall, Westminster. The show includes a fall trend preview, performances and surprises. It is co-sponsored by Macys and...
  • Retail Therapy: Make a Habit of driving in

    Drive and dine: The Habit, an Irvine-based burger chain, will open its first drive-through location next week at 2200 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, in a former Burger King location in front of the Jo-Ann Fabric superstore. All proceeds raised Sunday and...
  • Sunset Beach's first Restaurant Week is on now

    The Sunset Beach Business Assn. is holding its first Restaurant Week now through Sunday. The event, themed "Sea You at Sunset Beach," is designed to promote Sunset Beach as a tourist destination and to turn it into an annual draw. Restaurants and...
  • Around Town: Alzheimer's center taps the night away

    Around Town: Alzheimer's center taps the night away
      The nonprofit Alzheimer's Family Services Center raised $190,000 during its 13th annual "A Gathering of Friends" gala on May 11 at The Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach. The money was raised through ticket sales, live and silent auctions,...
  • Council seeks to ban polystyrene packaging

    The Huntington Beach City Council is looking to add polystyrene food containers to its banned items list. Council members voted 5 to 2, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper and Councilman Joe Carchio dissenting, to advise staff to write up two ordinances...
  • Police chief aims to reduce alcohol-related nuisances downtown

    The Huntington Beach police chief is looking to curb alcohol-related nuisances downtown and wants council members to approve a few changes he has suggested. Chief Ken Small submitted a report Tuesday that he said outlines ways the city can remedy the...
  • Retail Therapy: A wonderful week to waffle

    A delicious trend: Gourmet waffle restaurant chain Bruxie is offering holiday specials including a Maine lobster Bruxie (waffle sandwich), available Thursday only; Vermont apple pie Bruxie; red, white and blue shake; and black cherry cane sugar soda,...
  • Council to address downtown issues

    Reallocating police funds to pay for a downtown video surveillance system, establishing a downtown task force and requiring new developments to include charging stations for electric vehicles are some of the topics set to be discussed at Monday's...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: It's a (tasty) jungle in here

    The Gossiping Gourmet: It's a (tasty) jungle in here
    The consequences of these economic times have hit the restaurant industry hard. There are fewer and fewer new restaurants opening, and most of those that do are established chains. So as a reviewer, I find that I must resort to re-reviewing restaurants...
  • Starbucks uncorked

    Regulars can still order a venti mocha Frappuccino with a pastry at the Seacliff Village Starbucks, but starting this week, adults will be able to sip a glass of red wine from Paso Robles and munch on bacon-wrapped dates with a balsamic glaze. The...
  • Slapfish set to jump into bigger pond

    Slapfish set to jump into bigger pond
    While Huntington Beach restaurant Slapfish has endured the typical trials and tribulations of a new business, its owners are now reeling in success and ready to cast a wide net into the Middle East. On a recent afternoon, founders Andrew Gruel and...
  • Growth proves slow but business leaders have hope

    The business sector slowly improved in Huntington Beach in 2013, and some in the community are optimistic about the opportunities the new year will bring. Chamber of Commerce President Jerry Wheeler categorized last year as a "mild success" because...