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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • 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 CaffĂ©, 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-...
  • 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...
  • Glendale asks restaurants to weigh in on outdoor dining fees

    Glendale asks restaurants to weigh in on outdoor dining fees
    After recoiling from an unpopular spike in the cost of outdoor dining fees to $650 last year, the city is returning to the table with four options to soften the increase, but with more input from restaurant owners. Only seven restaurant owners showed...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Tilapia stars in La Bamba

    Tilapia stars in La Bamba
    Sometimes you run across a business in a location that makes you doubt the sanity of the person who established it. La Bamba doesn’t quite rise to that level — it’s not down an alley or in a basement — but it’s in an unlikely...
  • Start the Presses: An Armenian chef, French food and a side of homesickness

    Start the Presses: An Armenian chef, French food and a side of homesickness
    The L'Eden Restaurant & Bar sits on the corner of Tampa and Madison streets in downtown Tampa, about five blocks away from where the Republican National Convention was held this week. The owner and executive chef, Gerard Jamgotchian, sat down with me...