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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • IHOP serving free pancakes today for nationwide fundraiser

    IHOP serving free pancakes today for nationwide fundraiser
    IHOP restaurants are serving up free pancakes all day today -- that's free as in libre, gratis, you don't pay a dime. That's how IHOP, previously known as the International House of Pancakes, celebrates National Pancake Day, by plating up a hot stack of...
  • Applebee's leads Glendale-based DineEquity to fourth-quarter profit; IHOP slips

    Applebee's leads Glendale-based DineEquity to fourth-quarter profit; IHOP slips
    DineEquity Inc., the Glendale-based owner of the Applebee’s and IHOP restaurant chains, had a strong fourth quarter after suffering a severe slump a year earlier. Several factors helped the recovery, including the company’s franchising...
  • Former Mann Theater complex in Glendale slated for major overhaul

    Former Mann Theater complex in Glendale slated for major overhaul
    An entertainment company with international ties will venture into the United States soon with a complex in the Exchange that will offer a wide variety of films with luxury seating and a full-service restaurant and lounge. Five-Star Cinema has signed a...
  • Dining review: Burbank's Prizzi's is food with a mom-and-pop heart

    Dining review: Burbank's Prizzi's is food with a mom-and-pop heart
    According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, independent restaurants are struggling. Since the start of the recession, American consumers increased their patronage of larger chain restaurants and decreased the number of meals at mom-and-pop...
  • Disney caterer to cut 128 jobs

    Disney caterer to cut 128 jobs
    Nearly 130 employees who work for a third-party food-services operation at Walt Disney Co. offices in Burbank and Glendale are slated to be laid off in early November, according to the California Employment Development Department. The firm, Lifeworks...
  • Ron Kaye: Naming rights are a sign of the times

    Faced with a threatened crackdown on abuses, Burbank Realtors are policing themselves during a “probationary” period to preserve a city ordinance that allows them to put up as many as four 24-by-24 signs announcing a weekend “open house....
  • Landry's Restaurants to buy McCormick & Schmick's

    After months of hostile volleys, McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants has succumbed to a takeover bid from Landry's Restaurants Inc., which owns the Rainforest Cafe and other chains. In a deal valued at $131.6 million, Houston-based Landry's will...
  • Waiting for the post-recession crowds

    Waiting for the post-recession crowds
    The Great Recession officially ended in the summer of 2009. So diners have flocked back to restaurants, filling tables and tip pockets, right? It depends on who you ask. Some restaurants have hung on to their low prices to try to keep customers coming...
  • Burbank leaders upbeat in State of the City address

    Burbank leaders upbeat in State of the City address
    In his first State of the City address, Burbank Mayor Jess Talamantes on Wednesday gave an upbeat, optimistic assessment of the city’s economic standing, saying that the city has weathered the economic storm. Speaking to large crowd at the Marriott...
  • 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...
  • Former Montrose Collection site to become a restaurant

    The former site of the controversial Montrose Collection, which has sat vacant since 2010, will become home to a new restaurant — Chandelier — after the owner addressed concerns about inadequate parking and gave assurances that the business...