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By Bryce Alderton | June 3, 2013
An increasing number of lunchtime sandwich deliveries to Laguna Beach Unified campuses has district officials working on an agreement with the restaurant. More students and parents are taking advantage of a mobile phone app that allows them to place an order at the Subway at 1350 S. Coast Hwy. and have it dropped off during lunch, said Shannon Soto, the district's fiscal services director. What started out as one or two sandwiches has grown to as many as 40 delivered per day to Thurston Middle School, Principal Jenny Salberg said.
BUSINESS
By Ashley Breeding | April 15, 2010
One of Orange County’s favorite delis is now open in Laguna Beach. Gallo’s Italian Deli, in Corona del Mar and the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, has filled an open and highly demanded niche in Laguna’s food market. “A lot of our Corona del Mar customers were coming from Laguna and asking for a chain in their own town,” owner Eric Hanna said. “Our laid-back, beach town vibe is a good fit. It’s a great place for people to come and enjoy some food, scenic views and hang out.” Located at 202 Park Ave. in the old Johnny’s Pizza spot behind the library, the deli offers 12 sandwiches, ranging from a simple veggie to the Gallo’s combo with the works and endless create-your-own combos.
NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | August 22, 2013
Laguna Beach High School students will be able to buy premade sandwiches from Subway on Mondays once they return to school this fall as part of an agreement reached between Laguna Beach Unified School District and the sandwich company's local franchise owner. Whether the city's other schools will have the same option depends on sales at the high school. Turkey or ham sandwiches will be sold at the high school Sept. 9, the first Monday of the school year, Shannon Soto, the district's fiscal services director, wrote in an email.
NEWS
February 6, 2004
BISTROS Brussels Bistro 222 Forest Ave. (949) 376-7955 (Toll Free: 888-6BISTRO). A Brussels-based menu includes homey comfort foods such as beef stew and top sirloin. Open all day for drinks and snacks. Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; dinner 5:30 to 10:30 p.m.; until 11 p.m. weekends. $$$ French 75 Bistro and Champagne Bar 1464 S. Coast Highway. (949) 494-8444. A Parisian-style bistro and champagne bar featuring traditional and contemporary French bistro cuisine.
NEWS
November 28, 2003
BISTROS French 75 Bistro and Champagne Bar 1464 S. Coast Highway. (949) 494-8444. A Parisian-style bistro and champagne bar featuring traditional and contemporary French bistro cuisine. Private rooms and full-service catering available. Piano jazz from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; and from 8:30 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Open from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; and from 5 to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. $$$$ Hennessey's Tavern 213 Ocean Ave. (949)
NEWS
July 11, 2003
BISTROS Zinc Cafe & Market 350 Ocean Ave. (949) 494-2791, www.zinccafe.com. Outdoor European-style garden setting. Serving breakfast, lunch -- vegetarian lasagna, sandwiches, chili and gourmet soups, and dinner -- hot sandwiches, fried eggplant, dinner salads, vegetarian dinner fare and desserts. Daytime hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Evening dinner hours are Thursday through Saturday 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. CALIFORNIA CONTEMPORARY Cedar Creek Inn 384 Forest Ave. (949)
NEWS
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.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | November 2, 2007
The El Morro Elementary School Boo Blast may have been rescheduled for 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 — two weeks later than its original date — but it will still have all the trimmings of a harvest-time bash. Air quality concerns due to the recent wildfires led organizers to postpone the annual festival. The El Morro “Boo Blast At Last!” Fall Carnival, originally slated for Oct. 26, will feature a cake walk, carnival rides, an array of booths featuring games and prizes, popcorn, churros, a bake sale, a raffle and a silent auction of class baskets.
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By Bryce Alderton | August 22, 2013
Laguna Beach High School students will be able to buy premade sandwiches from Subway on Mondays once they return to school this fall as part of an agreement reached between Laguna Beach Unified School District and the sandwich company's local franchise owner. Whether the city's other schools will have the same option depends on sales at the high school. Turkey or ham sandwiches will be sold at the high school Sept. 9, the first Monday of the school year, Shannon Soto, the district's fiscal services director, wrote in an email.
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NEWS
By Bryce Alderton | June 3, 2013
An increasing number of lunchtime sandwich deliveries to Laguna Beach Unified campuses has district officials working on an agreement with the restaurant. More students and parents are taking advantage of a mobile phone app that allows them to place an order at the Subway at 1350 S. Coast Hwy. and have it dropped off during lunch, said Shannon Soto, the district's fiscal services director. What started out as one or two sandwiches has grown to as many as 40 delivered per day to Thurston Middle School, Principal Jenny Salberg said.
NEWS
By Joanna Clay | July 5, 2012
Although Cafe Vienna has closed its doors, it doesn't look like Ferdinand Lettner has moved on from his love of European-style cafes. Goko Cafe, known for its eclectic menu of everything from burritos and sandwiches to gyros and acai bowls, closed shop June 7 and underwent a transformation in just three weeks. Kerry and Breshkai Berlin, who bought Goko Cafe three years ago, partnered up with Lettner for a new concept: Thalia Beach Cafe, which was unveiled to the public June 30. The surfboard upon the wall and the beachy vibe was traded in for a more sophisticated look - sleek tables and minimal decor - causing the red walls, previously covered with beach art, to pop. The cafe at 907 S. Coast Hwy. now serves crepes, wraps and sandwiches, along with salads, breakfast dishes and plenty of espresso drinks to choose from.
BUSINESS
By Ashley Breeding | April 15, 2010
One of Orange County’s favorite delis is now open in Laguna Beach. Gallo’s Italian Deli, in Corona del Mar and the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, has filled an open and highly demanded niche in Laguna’s food market. “A lot of our Corona del Mar customers were coming from Laguna and asking for a chain in their own town,” owner Eric Hanna said. “Our laid-back, beach town vibe is a good fit. It’s a great place for people to come and enjoy some food, scenic views and hang out.” Located at 202 Park Ave. in the old Johnny’s Pizza spot behind the library, the deli offers 12 sandwiches, ranging from a simple veggie to the Gallo’s combo with the works and endless create-your-own combos.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | November 2, 2007
The El Morro Elementary School Boo Blast may have been rescheduled for 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 — two weeks later than its original date — but it will still have all the trimmings of a harvest-time bash. Air quality concerns due to the recent wildfires led organizers to postpone the annual festival. The El Morro “Boo Blast At Last!” Fall Carnival, originally slated for Oct. 26, will feature a cake walk, carnival rides, an array of booths featuring games and prizes, popcorn, churros, a bake sale, a raffle and a silent auction of class baskets.
BUSINESS
By Barbara Diamond | October 18, 2007
Goko Café will not be closing its doors in November as outraged customers and city officials had expected. The owners of the popular eatery signed a new lease on Tuesday, with rent sandwiched somewhere between the $1.26 a square foot they had been paying and the $4.50-to-$5.50 commercial rate the building owners quoted for the area. The new lease is on a par with the ones signed about two weeks ago by the three other tenants in the building. “When we all sat down together [Tuesday]
FEATURES
January 6, 2006
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach will hold its first Sandwich Sunday of 2006 at noon Jan. 15. Representatives of the Laguna Beach Senior Center will make a brief presentation about their organization and answer questions. This will inaugurate a series of discussions of local nonprofits that the fellowship is planning -- a series designed to introduce the congregation and interested members of the community to such groups and their work. Lunch will be available at a cost of $6 for adults and $3 for children.
NEWS
By: Tsolik Kazandjian | October 5, 2005
Firefighters have a blaze that consumed 1,100 acres of brush over four days in the Verdugo Mountains, but not without some help from local businesses and nonprofits, who were called upon to help authorities as they worked around the clock fighting fire. "They're supplying food, sandwiches, anything we need all over the place," said Kirk Wishart, an engineer with Burbank Fire, adding that Wienerschnitzel even hauled a trailer to a firefighter camp to feed personnel.
NEWS
October 15, 2004
BISTROS Brussels Bistro 222 Forest Ave. (949) 376-7955 (Toll Free: 888-6BISTRO). A Brussels-based menu includes homey comfort foods such as beef stew and top sirloin. Open all day for drinks and snacks. Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; dinner 5:30 to 10:30 p.m., 11 p.m. weekends. $$$ French 75 Bistro and Champagne Bar 1464 S. Coast Highway. (949) 494-8444. A Parisian-style bistro and champagne bar featuring traditional and contemporary French-bistro cuisine.
NEWS
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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