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By Bryce Alderton | February 5, 2013
By day, Joanne Culverhouse and Jenny Salberg are principals. On Monday night, they also were servers in a restaurant. Culverhouse, principal at Laguna Beach High School, and Salberg, principal at Thurston Middle School, got a workout walking plates to hungry customers inside a packed Lumberyard Restaurant, where diners decided whose cuisine would reign supreme. Culverhouse and Salberg teamed up against Ron LaMotte and Chris Duddy, principals of Top of the World and El Morro elementary schools, in the fourth annual Chef Challenge, a fundraiser organized by SchoolPower for the four public Laguna Beach schools.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 6, 2009
Valentine?s Day is a week away, and lovers are busy making plans for a special romantic evening. There are many ways to spend the evening wining and dining your sweetie, from fabulous five-course meals to tasting menus. Many Laguna Beach restaurants are planning romantic musical entertainment and other specials, too. But act fast. Reservations are filling up. ? C?est La Vie , 373 S. Coast Hwy, will feature a five-course dinner, which includes an appetizer, salad, amuse, main entrée of Chateau Brion or lobster, dessert and a complimentary glass of champagne for $69 per person.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | January 30, 2009
?Don?t let love interfere with your appetite. It never does with mine.? ? Anthony Trollope ?There is no love sincerer than the love of food.? ? Cupid is loading his quiver in anticipation of his favorite holiday. See?s employees are working hard into the night to prepare for the onslaught that next week will bring. Florists nationwide are gathering up every red rose that can be found because red roses are the symbol of romantic love. However, other colors also have meanings that may or may not be appropriate for the day. Purple or lavender signifies that the giver has fallen in love at first sight with the recipient.
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By Ashley Breeding, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | October 28, 2010
A new pizza shop in downtown Laguna caters to the refined palate on an unpretentious budget. Pizza Lounge, now open at 397 Coast Hwy., in the old Medici Bistro location, serves an array of gourmet pies, salads and sandwiches that fill you up without emptying your pockets, owner Gary Decker said. Signature combinations include the Caprese, White Chicken and Goat Cheese, and Coconut Shrimp, all baked with "fresh quality ingredients" on New York thin or honey-wheat crust. "My personal favorite is the California pizza — a thin crust with bacon, pepperoni, spinach and tomatoes — which has also become our No. 1 seller," Decker said.
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May 16, 2008
Families are invited to come to Laguna Presbyterian’s Fellowship Hall for Family Fun Night from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Children and teens, accompanied by one or both of their parents, are welcome. Fun for the whole family includes pizza, hot dogs, soft drinks and bingo cards will be sold. Bouncy houses and dessert are provided. Admission is free. Fellowship Hall is located in the middle of Second Street, between Forest Avenue and Mermaid Street. For more information, contact Youth and Family Pastor Steve Sweet at (949)
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By Michael Miller | June 13, 2013
Looking to treat Dad this weekend? Here are some venues in Laguna Beach offering Father's Day specials: * Make it organic Maro Wood Grill offers a three-course brunch with an emphasis on organic ingredients at 1915 S. Coast Hwy. The prix fixe menu is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday and costs $45 per person. Appetizers include grass-fed beef chili, chicken wings or artichoke and spinach dip, followed by main courses including steak and eggs, grilled lobster tails with truffle macaroni and cheese or veggie burger.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 30, 2007
EDITOR?S NOTE : From time to time, the Gossiping Gourmets will be reviewing restaurants outside Laguna Beach in bordering areas close enough for residents to travel to easily. These columns will be called ?The Gallivanting Gourmet.? ? Less than a mile from the Laguna border is Monarch Bay Plaza, home of the Crab Cove Restaurant. This attractive Euro-Asian bistro has made the most of its strip mall location. The outdoor patio is masked from the parking lot by three contemporary water walls.
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By Ashley Breeding | February 17, 2010
Valentine’s Day, observed Sunday, traditionally celebrates affection between lovers. Named after St. Valentine, the holiday historically honored early Christian martyrs and later became associated with romantic love in the 14th century. Today, it is adorned with images of Cupid and white doves (“love birds”) and celebrated by many couples with the exchange of red roses, heart-shaped confections, “Valentine” greetings and intimate gatherings. For singles, it often entails overindulgence of red wine, love-gone-wrong movie marathons and cursing Cupid’s bow and arrow.
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By Bryce Alderton | February 5, 2013
By day, Joanne Culverhouse and Jenny Salberg are principals. On Monday night, they also were servers in a restaurant. Culverhouse, principal at Laguna Beach High School, and Salberg, principal at Thurston Middle School, got a workout walking plates to hungry customers inside a packed Lumberyard Restaurant, where diners decided whose cuisine would reign supreme. Culverhouse and Salberg teamed up against Ron LaMotte and Chris Duddy, principals of Top of the World and El Morro elementary schools, in the fourth annual Chef Challenge, a fundraiser organized by SchoolPower for the four public Laguna Beach schools.
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By Ashley Breeding, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | October 28, 2010
A new pizza shop in downtown Laguna caters to the refined palate on an unpretentious budget. Pizza Lounge, now open at 397 Coast Hwy., in the old Medici Bistro location, serves an array of gourmet pies, salads and sandwiches that fill you up without emptying your pockets, owner Gary Decker said. Signature combinations include the Caprese, White Chicken and Goat Cheese, and Coconut Shrimp, all baked with "fresh quality ingredients" on New York thin or honey-wheat crust. "My personal favorite is the California pizza — a thin crust with bacon, pepperoni, spinach and tomatoes — which has also become our No. 1 seller," Decker said.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 6, 2009
Valentine?s Day is a week away, and lovers are busy making plans for a special romantic evening. There are many ways to spend the evening wining and dining your sweetie, from fabulous five-course meals to tasting menus. Many Laguna Beach restaurants are planning romantic musical entertainment and other specials, too. But act fast. Reservations are filling up. ? C?est La Vie , 373 S. Coast Hwy, will feature a five-course dinner, which includes an appetizer, salad, amuse, main entrée of Chateau Brion or lobster, dessert and a complimentary glass of champagne for $69 per person.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | January 30, 2009
?Don?t let love interfere with your appetite. It never does with mine.? ? Anthony Trollope ?There is no love sincerer than the love of food.? ? Cupid is loading his quiver in anticipation of his favorite holiday. See?s employees are working hard into the night to prepare for the onslaught that next week will bring. Florists nationwide are gathering up every red rose that can be found because red roses are the symbol of romantic love. However, other colors also have meanings that may or may not be appropriate for the day. Purple or lavender signifies that the giver has fallen in love at first sight with the recipient.
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