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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | May 1, 2009
The foodies in Laguna are already buzzing about the new restaurant in town, although it has opened without any fanfare. Mark?s is back! In a new location with a more casual atmosphere and a recession friendly menu, this new spot has the potential to be a Laguna locals? favorite hangout. Conveniently located in the canyon, right before the Sawdust Festival, next to the Culinary Institute and walking distance from the Playhouse; it has that rarest of commodities in this town ?
BUSINESS
April 6, 2007
McKenney discusses care for Aliso Creek The Laguna Beach Business Club will host Larry McKenney discussing "Protecting the Environment In and Around Aliso Creek" at its monthly meeting, planned at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, April 19 at the Hotel Laguna. McKenney is the Director of the Watershed and Coastal Resources Division of the County of Orange. He is responsible for the county's implementation of water quality programs, including compliance with the Clean Water Act and the management and protection of Orange County's beaches and streams.
NEWS
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | March 30, 2007
A few weeks ago at the Patriots Day Parade, a group of Lagunans gathered together on the corner of Forest Avenue and Third Street to chant, "Save Cedar Creek! Save Cedar Creek! Save Cedar Creek!" Many of us have been feeling this way since a news item appeared in the paper suggesting that the restaurant may not be able to renew its lease. From what we can gather, this information may be somewhat premature, as negotiations are still up in the air. Even in the worst-case scenario, they will still be here for another year.
NEWS
May 3, 2002
Glori Fickling Savoury's, a truly artistic embellishment to Laguna Beach's historic Hotel del Camino, launched late last year with a four-day celebration, and it epitomizes the ultimate dining experience. Conducive to our renowned art community, the menu states emphatically: "The arts are not complete without the art of food." Thus, deliciously creative offerings commence upon seating with a welcoming presentation of twin foccaccia bread sticks towering next to butter rosettes seasoned with wasabi and tomato and a perky scallion sprig.
NEWS
October 10, 2003
Glori Fickling More akin to a private country club than an ordinary restaurant, Canyon Lodge and American Grill, proudly perched atop Aliso Creek Inn, overlooks the sprawling greenery of its own private golf course. Dating back to the '50s when it was known as Ben Brown's, the place has continued through a trio of reconstruction stages under direction of original owner, Violet Brown, who has astutely managed the place since the death of the property's original namesake, her late husband Ben Brown.
NEWS
By Barbara Diamond | November 7, 2012
Here is some sweet news. The Planning Commission last month approved a new bakery and take-out restaurant in the Food Village on Broadway Street. Gateau et Cuisine will specialize in European-style cakes, tarts, custom wedding cakes, cookies, drinks, breakfast items, salads, soups and artisan breads. "I am super excited," said owner and local Judy Haron, who has targeted Feb. 1 as the grand opening of what she calls a "bistro bakery. " Haron, who has an associate of arts degree in fashion design and a bachelor's of fine arts in textile design, most recently attended the Art Institute of California - Orange County in Santa Ana, where she received a diploma in baking and pastry arts.
NEWS
July 30, 2004
Glori Fickling "Our martinis are served up in chilled oversized stems and shaken, not stirred," states the impressive martini menu at Sorrento Grille and Martini bar, one of the first in town to have showcased this return-to-the-20s trend. Indeed, with 17 imaginative libations presented in frosted birdbath-size stems, aficionados of the potables are getting their dollar value in spades at $10 per drink. Among the selections, truest to the original recipe is probably the Bond, James Bond, an intoxicating blend of Skyy vodka and Bombay Sapphire gin with a kiss of Lillet and lemon twist swirl.
NEWS
By Elle Harrow | October 5, 2007
Is it true that eating late will make you fat? It?s been commonly assumed that late evening is the worst time to eat because your body slows down then. Could this be another urban myth? Maybe so! Apparently there are no conclusive studies proving that it makes any difference when you consume those essential calories. ?Your body doesn?t really recognize what time it is, it is a little bit of a myth,? said Nigel Denby, of the British Dietetic Assn. ?The bottom line is a calorie is a calorie whenever you eat it.?
NEWS
By ELLE HARROW | January 12, 2007
The story of Rumari is the same story you always read on the back of the menu in little Italian restaurants. In 1972, Bina and Antonio Crivello left their restaurant in Porticello, Sicily and moved to California. Bina taught Vincent and his four brothers how to cook so that she could stay home and watch soap operas while, following in the family tradition, Vincent opened Rumari restaurant in Laguna Beach. Bobby opened Crivellos in Huntington Beach, Sebastien opened Crivellos in Temecula, and Poppa Antonio has kept his hand in the family business by coming into Rumari every day to make their authentic focaccia bread.
LOCAL
May 16, 2008
Area 1 Camden Place : A brush fire was put out in the rear of a home in the 300 block at 6:39 p.m. Tuesday. Cliff Drive : A home was reported ransacked and a back door broken in the 500 block at 5:13 p.m. Friday. Crystal Cove State Park : A bicyclist was reported down on the Deer Canyon fire road at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. Irvine Cove : A Whittier man was arrested on suspicion of DUI at North Coast Highway at 1:59 a.m. Saturday. North Coast Highway : A citation was issued for drug possession in the 600 block at 6:48 p.m. Thursday.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | May 1, 2009
The foodies in Laguna are already buzzing about the new restaurant in town, although it has opened without any fanfare. Mark?s is back! In a new location with a more casual atmosphere and a recession friendly menu, this new spot has the potential to be a Laguna locals? favorite hangout. Conveniently located in the canyon, right before the Sawdust Festival, next to the Culinary Institute and walking distance from the Playhouse; it has that rarest of commodities in this town ?
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