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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 7, 2009
Normally, if you want to eat on the beach in Laguna, you have to pack a lunch and schlep it to the seaside. This is certainly the cheapest way to go but if you don?t like sand in your sandwiches or sharing salads with the seagulls, then the Terrace at the Hotel Laguna may be the place for you. It is one of the very few spots, surprisingly, where you can actually dine at the shore and are welcome in your shorts. There?s nothing fancy here. The tables and chairs are the ubiquitous outdoor white plastic and the floor is concrete, so you can come in dripping from your dipping.
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September 19, 2003
Glori Fickling Pathetically vacant for too many years, the restaurant site at Holiday Inn, has finally been blessed with a promising new tenant. Boldly constructed within a mere four months, The Shoreline Restaurant is the ambitious creation of Tom and Susan Winch whose impressive culinary credits most recently include a long tenure in Las Vegas where they very successfully held forth as Food and Beverage directors at the prestigious Bellagio. This followed their launching in 1989 of no less than five restaurants at The Mirage.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | December 19, 2008
EDITOR?S NOTE: Terry Markowitz, her husband, Mark, and friends just returned from a trip to Southeast Asia. Following is an account of their ?food? travels in the country. ? ?Today, we are going to see how rice noodles are made,? said Fong, our North Vietnamese guide. He had quickly picked up on the fact that we were interested in all things concerning food. We found ourselves in a tiny village outside of Hanoi beside a narrow branch of the Mekong River. The village, perhaps 20 houses in size, is entirely devoted to the production of this staple food.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 1, 2007
Scott and Janet Cortellessa were scared. They were losing sleep, and when they did manage to doze off, La Sirena nightmares danced in their heads. This heroic young couple are the owners of La Sirena and they had just made an enormous commitment to the use of sustainable agricultural products in their two Laguna Beach restaurants and the two new ones they will be opening in Irvine and Manhattan Beach. Their involvement in environmental sustainability and organic food in their personal lives began with the birth of their three children.
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August 2, 2002
DINING OUT This weekend marks the ninth anniversary of Cafe Zoolu , the innovative creation of Michael and Tony Leech who launched their exotic little hideaway on Aug. 5, 1993. The energetic pair are veteran restaurateurs whose prior ventures adjacent to Laguna Beach have included The Quiet Woman in Corona del Mar and The Lagoon in Dana Point. The dining experience at this current success commences upon entering. A gigantic blue-finned sailfish hovers above the threshold next to the central kitchen that is surrounded by a bar. This is no ordinary cocktail bar. Rather it is a culinary adventure awaiting nine guests who, once seated, dine and imbibe while being entertained by chef Leech as he deftly hones his skills.
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April 4, 2003
DINING OUT Unique to Laguna Beach for the enterprising concept of teaming fabulous fashions with delicious dining and innovative art, Anastasia has been attracting fashion mavens and dedicated foodies since its inception on Ocean Avenue in 1996. Prior to that, in 1981, resourceful husband-wife team Amir and Zore Garavi had been promoting their highly successful boutique featuring primarily European and American designers at their original Anastasia, a popular retail venue on Coast Highway.
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August 22, 2003
DINING OUT There are only 10 days remaining of the summer festivals, so let's get with it at The Sawdust before the lively entertainment ends, because it's party time under the stars every night until Aug. 31. Among lively bands for the listening and dancing pleasure at the al fresco cabaret up front, are the Friday night performances of the Peter Dobson Trio. With talented Sue Cross on bass, melodic Michael J. on drums and inimitable guitarist / vocalist Peter setting the entrancing pace, some memorable moments await.
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March 5, 2004
Glori Fickling With a spacious deck fronted by a lacy ficus tree and a refreshing glance of the Pacific Ocean, Heidelberg Pastry & Bistro has been attracting a dedicated breakfast and lunch clientele for some 13 thriving years. This is the popular creation of Ferdinand Littner, an executive chef who designs the creative menus, pastries, cookies and breads, and who last year launched Cafe Vienna in South Laguna. Tangerine walls of the welcoming interior serve as a complementary canvas for the continuing succession of paintings displayed by local artists.
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September 27, 2002
DINING OUT In what must be the event of the year, as far as the Laguna Beach dine-out scene is concerned, two popular restaurateurs have joined forces. Karl Zeigler, who turned a tiny takeout stand in Laguna Village, circa 1978, into the full-scale dining venue it is today, has partnered with Michael Kang of Five Feet fame to bring a broader, more sophisticated scope to the ocean-front venue. On the first of May the name was upgraded from Village Market & Cafe to Laguna Village Bistro.
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By ELLE HARROW | June 22, 2007
When you see the sign for Aliso Creek Inn and make the turn off Coast Highway, you might be put off by the equipment sheds and chain link fences that line the road until you reach a huge parking lot with a giant putting cage off to the left. But as you get out of your car and round the corner, you are suddenly dazzled by a spectacular vista, a carpet of green lawn descending down to a little bridge across Aliso "Creek," framed by the rugged brush-covered hillside beyond. The soft light of the setting sun highlights the gorgeous panorama.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 7, 2009
Normally, if you want to eat on the beach in Laguna, you have to pack a lunch and schlep it to the seaside. This is certainly the cheapest way to go but if you don?t like sand in your sandwiches or sharing salads with the seagulls, then the Terrace at the Hotel Laguna may be the place for you. It is one of the very few spots, surprisingly, where you can actually dine at the shore and are welcome in your shorts. There?s nothing fancy here. The tables and chairs are the ubiquitous outdoor white plastic and the floor is concrete, so you can come in dripping from your dipping.
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