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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • H.B. ponders cap on downtown liquor licenses

    In its continuing effort to crack down on downtown disturbances, the Huntington Beach City Council decided Monday to look into restricting alcohol licenses. Council members voted 5 to 2 to direct city staff to draft an amendment to the zoning code...
  • Council draws line on alcohol permit

    Kathy May's Lakeview Café, in Huntington Beach Central Park, will not be able to serve alcohol. The Huntington Beach City Council, on a 4-3 vote Monday, said it was unfair to change the terms of the 10-year lease with the city, which disallows alcohol,...
  • All About Food: Tales of the Thanksgiving rush

    All About Food: Tales of the Thanksgiving rush
    "The funny thing about Thanksgiving, or any huge meal, is that you spend 12 hours shopping for it and then chopping and cooking and braising and blanching. Then it takes 20 minutes to eat it and everybody sort of sits around in a food coma, and then it...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: The good buzz about Il Barone is all true

     The Gossiping Gourmet: The good buzz about Il Barone is all true
    After 20 years as Antonello's award-winning chef, Franco Barone opened his own restaurant in 2009 with his wife, Donatella. Lots of good buzz finally brought us to Il Barone Ristorante, a pleasant bistro tucked away in the rear of a business and...
  • All About Food: Cheese, wine, bread aplenty at Vin Goat

    All About Food: Cheese, wine, bread aplenty at Vin Goat
    It's always exciting to meet people who have bravely given up "real jobs" to fulfill their passions after years of thinking and planning. John Bennett and Hans-Erich Vogel are two such people. They recently opened Vin Goat, the cleverly-dubbed wine and...
  • All About Food: Cooking custom meals for canines

    All About Food: Cooking custom meals for canines
    "Last night, my boyfriend Louie and I dined on a succulent mélange of sautéed ground beef with a touch of beef liver. Bite-sized pieces of steamed sweet and white potatoes added heartiness, while finely chopped green beans, carrots and peas provided a...
  • Restaurants, businesses wait for U.S. Open boon

    For downtown Huntington Beach, the U.S. Open of Surfing means a week of excitement on the water. For Brett Barnes, it means a wash of a different kind. The managing partner of Duke's by the Huntington Beach Pier often deals with irked customers in the...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Everything made from scratch at Mazara Trattoria

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Everything made from scratch at Mazara Trattoria
    Once again, we are all excited about a little neighborhood restaurant in a Huntington Beach strip mall. This time, it's Sicilian and the chef/owner Joe Maiale has realized his longtime dream of opening his own ristorante, along with his wife-to-be, Laura....
  • Rathskeller closing its doors

    Monica Geub wiped tears away from her face as she scrolled through iPhone photos of her family-owned bar of 35 years, the Rathskeller pub in Old World Village. The underground pub is closing its doors Sunday after the building's new owners, Orange...
  • City Lights: Benjamin Franklin: statesman and the bringer of 'Tau-fu'?

    City Lights: Benjamin Franklin: statesman and the bringer of 'Tau-fu'?
    A few years ago, I visited the home of the blues and came away with a theory: If God wants to punish vegans, He sends them to Memphis. I came to that belief after nearly an hour trying to find an animal-free entrée on the posted menus on Beale Street,...
  • City Lights: Praise for a too-short life

    City Lights: Praise for a too-short life
    Wednesday afternoon, I attended a fundraiser for the family of Austin Brashears, the Marina High School graduate who died the weekend before in a New Zealand road accident. It was held at the Hot Off the Grill restaurant in northwest Huntington Beach,...
  • All About Food: Turning over a Greenleaf

    All About Food: Turning over a Greenleaf
    Costa Mesa's 17th Street is full of mini-malls and teeming with traffic. So, finding Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop in an old hacienda-like building surrounded by lush greenery is like discovering an oasis in the desert. Jonathan Rollo has brought his...