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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Outdoor smoking rules tighten in Glendale

    The city of Glendale is a step closer to requiring businesses, hotels, car dealerships, shopping malls and multi-unit housing complexes to buy a $198 license, and pay a $50 annual fee to renew it, to have outdoor smoking areas. Earlier this year, the...
  • Ernie Jr.'s to serve up its last taco

    Ernie Jr.'s to serve up its last taco
    After 70 years in business, Ernie Jr.’s Taco House will close for the last time on Saturday and many lifelong fans are flocking to the eatery this week for their last chance to munch on its Mexican fare. The restaurant has been a family business...
  • Galleria, Americana to offer new stores, eateries

    Galleria, Americana to offer new stores, eateries
    The Glendale Galleria, which underwent a major renovation that was unveiled last fall, is gearing up to offer a slew of new stores and eateries in the coming months and news about what will take over the former Nordstrom space could come as early as May....
  • Proposed all-day parking permits in Glendale nixed

    While the majority of residents on a portion of West Lexington Drive would like permitted parking for 24 hours on a street often clogged by vehicles driven by both residents and customers of nearby businesses, they didn’t get their wish following...
  • On the Town: Oakmont League celebrates 75 years; second annual 3Event

    On the Town: Oakmont League celebrates 75 years; second annual 3Event
    As part of their 75th anniversary celebration, members and guests of the Oakmont League spent a day in "Italy" even if it was a ballroom in the Glendale Hilton decorated with crepe paper touches of red, white and green — the colors of the Italian...
  • Oscars pizza delivery man, a Glendale resident, recounts 15 minutes of fame

    Oscars pizza delivery man, a Glendale resident, recounts 15 minutes of fame
    Edgar Martirosyan, the pizza delivery man who dished out slices to Hollywood’s A-List stars on-air at the Academy Awards on Sunday night, was stunned when host Ellen DeGeneres asked him to follow her out into the audience. “I was shocked. At...
  • Companies look to recover $2.1M

    Three companies controlled by billionaire developer Rick Caruso are looking to recover at least $2.1 million from a maintenance company for allegedly failing to pay its legal fees stemming from a water-damage claim filed by a restaurant formerly located...
  • New restaurants getting ready to open in Montrose

    New restaurants getting ready to open in Montrose
    In the last few months, Montrose saw two longtime eateries, a cafe and a cupcake maker close their doors. But nearly immediately, all four spaces were filled. At the corner of Honolulu Avenue and Verdugo Road, Blue Jeans and Benitoite, are nearing...
  • Eateries take a seat at the Exchange table

    Eateries take a seat at the Exchange table
    Two long-vacant restaurant spaces in the Exchange in downtown Glendale are set to have new tenants this year, including one long-standing Brand Boulevard restaurant that’s moving to a new home, while a third is making a go in a space that has seen...
  • La Cañada looks to adjust restaurant parking requirements

    La Cañada looks to adjust restaurant parking requirements
    Restaurants looking to move into La Cañada Flintridge may be required to provide parking spaces based on the size of their operations, rather than a set number. Currently, eating and drinking establishments outside of the Foothill Boulevard area have...
  • Man charged after allegedly passing fake $50 bills at Montrose stores

    An ex-convict has been charged with multiple counts of burglary and forgery after he used bogus $50 bills to change out and buy gifts at several Montrose businesses, police said. Ronald Golden, 46, of Hawthorne pleaded not guilty Monday to one felony...
  • Montrose's Rocky Cola Café to close its doors Sunday

    Montrose's Rocky Cola Café to close its doors Sunday
    After almost 25 years in Montrose, Rocky Cola Café will serve its final burgers on Sunday — an end wrought by stiffer competition from restaurants that have opened during the past two decades and a too slow recovery from the recession. Don't expect...