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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Police allege waitress sold cocaine at downtown tavern

    A six-month investigation has led to the arrest of a waitress who was allegedly selling cocaine on the job at a popular downtown bar and restaurant, according to Huntington Beach police. A man who allegedly helped the waitress obtain drugs for sale was...
  • All About Food: There's a gift of fresh produce in these boxes

    All About Food: There's a gift of fresh produce in these boxes
    And now for something completely different — a gift that truly keeps on giving. It comes in a box but has no ribbons. Unlike a new puppy, it takes care of itself. It isn't Godiva chocolates, but it's definitely edible. So, what is this unique and...
  • Tiki taken seriously

    Tiki taken seriously
    If the rain persists next week in Huntington Beach, Randy Wong has a simple response: Bring it on. The Hawaii native will visit Surf City the last three days of 2010 as bassist and musical director of the Waitiki 7, an eclectic band that combines jazz,...
  • Downtown restaurant wants alcohol permit

    A downtown hamburger joint wants a permit to sell beer and wine but wants to keep its 2 a.m. closing time — a conflict with a City Council resolution put in place to curb alcohol-related problems in the downtown bar scene. Bomburger Restaurant, 200...
  • No beer, wine for Bomburger

    No beer, wine for Bomburger
    The Huntington Beach Planning Commission denied a downtown burger joint's request on Tuesday to serve beer and wine to its customers. Bomburger Restaurant, which has been serving burgers, fries and onion rings at 200 Main St. for almost a year, applied...
  • Councilman's action 'calls for concern'

    Councilman Keith Bohr contacted four of seven city planning commissioners before they voted on an issue affecting a business, customers and residents in downtown Huntington Beach. His action has raised questions among some city officials on whether it...
  • Councilman appeals Bomburger ruling

    Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr has appealed the Planning Commission's decision to deny Bomburger restaurant a permit to serve beer and wine to customers, claiming the decision may have violated the downtown business' due process and the...
  • Greer's OC: Check out Analog

    Are you hunting for cool, music-related artifacts in Orange County? Look no farther. The OC Mart Mix in Costa Mesa just debuted Analog, which specializes in handmade items that celebrate sound and art. It's a new resource for one-of-a-kind products,...
  • Taking aim at alcohol

    Taking aim at alcohol
    Huntington Beach's top newsmaker of 2011 wasn't a person or an organization, but rather a controlled substance. Throughout the year, the Independent's front page featured more drinks than a typical bachelor party. Statistics showed Huntington at the...
  • City Lights: A wish list in H.B. for 2012

    I was about to write that this column is the Independent's Christmas wish list, but then I realized that Dec. 25 will have passed by the time the paper hits the newsstand. It will also barely miss Hanukkah. Kwanzaa, maybe? Well, never mind any particular...
  • 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...
  • Mailbag: DUI stats should guide policy

    We do not need more bars in downtown Huntington Beach ("ABC officials approve license," June 9). Our crime and DUI rates are off the charts. The taxpayers have to pay for the law enforcement costs. So, why did these folks protest the license? It's not...