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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • H.B. taps residents, others for task force

    The 15 members of the Huntington Beach Downtown Task Force were named Monday, a city spokeswoman said. The task force includes three City Council members, five downtown residents, four representatives of bars and restaurants, a retail business owner and...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Retail Therapy: It's tofu time at Chipotle

    Tofu tryouts: The Chipotle fresh-Mex restaurant chain is offering a free order of its new sofritas (braised tofu) entrees to those who text the word "sofritas" to 888222. Try a free sofritas burrito, burrito bowl, salad or order of tacos when you show the...
  • Downtown businesses ponder alcohol crackdown

    Downtown Huntington Beach business owners are expressing mixed emotions about the recommendations the chief of police has made to curb alcohol-related incidents. A few believe Chief Ken Small is on the right path to stopping the riffraff in the area...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Top 10 news stories for 2012

    Top 10 news stories for 2012
    There's never a shortage of important stories in Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, so choosing 10 is just skimming the top. These 10 most compelling stories are given in order of chronology. There are sad stories that end well and horrible stories...
  • Pacific City project gets new developer

    Pacific City project gets new developer
    A developer with local ties will try to make a long-delayed project — which eventually would bring condominiums, businesses and a hotel to downtown Huntington Beach — a reality. DJM Capital Partners announced in a press release last week...
  • Coffee with a splash of steampunk

    Coffee with a splash of steampunk
    Caffè Caldo has a lot to say in its name. There's no secret where Huntington Beach's new restaurant/espresso bar's roots lie with the two Italian words, including the traditional spelling of cafè. There's dual meaning to caldo, which is Italian for heat...
  • Greer's OC: Champagnes celebrates with expanded dinner menu

    Looking for a fantastic dinner experience at a family owned neighborhood bistro? Champagnes Bistro & Deli in Newport Beach is celebrating 23 years in business, and it just debuted an expanded dinner menu that starts after 4:30 p.m. with bistro...
  • City Lights: A life's legacy outside of politics

    City Lights: A life's legacy outside of politics
    Saturday afternoon, I sat in a cramped, paper-laden office inside Don the Beachcomber — the kind of setting that evokes thoughts of long hours and minute detail — and listened to a man on a computer screen talk about leaving reality behind:...