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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • 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...
  • Around Town: Stretching the definition of 'restaurant'

    Urban Spoon lists 49 “restaurants” in La Cañada Flintridge. Who knew there were so many fine dining establishments, complete with waiters service, menus and little flower arrangements on the table? Actually, there aren’t. Both of our...
  • 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...
  • The Valley Line: A close look at the Facebook campus; LCFTRA's 31st annual Bingo Barbecue

    The Valley Line: A close look at the Facebook campus; LCFTRA's 31st annual Bingo Barbecue
    A couple of weekend's ago I slipped away to visit daughter Heather and her children, Catherine and Ryan. Catherine and Ryan were both in a play called "The David Show" at their church. The play was adorably clever and it gave each child a moment in...
  • Dining Review: Seasoning Alley is creative on the sides

    Dining Review: Seasoning Alley is creative on the sides
    Walking into Seasoning Alley is a little like walking into a sunrise. Bright orange and yellow paint coat the walls and prints of big red poppies lift your spirits. An open floor plan feels more open with two bay windows big enough to house three tables....
  • Dishing up a spicy tradition

    Dishing up a spicy tradition
    The Loguercio family has seen good times and bad from behind the 24-seat counter at Chili John’s in Burbank since 1990. They say they are better people for the experience, but with rising food costs and the loss of a patriarch, the family faces a...
  • Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank

    Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank
    They say you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. But how many do you have to crack to create a successful chain of brunch cafes? The owners of Another Broken Egg Café are trying to find out. The family of restaurants that started in Louisiana...
  • Hooked on seriously good burgers

    Hooked on seriously good burgers
    The term “bistro” has become one of the most overworked terms in the restaurant business. When dining at one of these quaint establishments, one expects a dimly lit room with an old-world vibe, exotic ambience and homey dishes. That’s...
  • Glendale council restricts hookah lounges

    Glendale council restricts hookah lounges
    Attempts to change city rules for hookah lounges to operate legally in Glendale went up in smoke Tuesday night as the City Council decided to stick with the status quo. That means businesses that sell hookah — currently there are two that city...
  • New owner of former Papoo's site will open Italian kitchen

    Goodbye, hot dogs. Hello, cheese plates and vino. Big changes are ahead on the site where Papoo’s Hot Dog Show has operated in Burbank for 62 years. Sal Calderone, a long-time chef who most recently worked for Urth Caffé, recently bought the...
  • Proposed Starbucks stirs up Montrose

    A proposed Starbucks on Honolulu Avenue in the Montrose Shopping Park is getting mixed reviews from local business owners who say the corporate chain may not mesh with the independent image of the district. Starbucks plans to open in the 1,840-square-...