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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • New cafe slated for Montrose at former Rocky Cola location

    New cafe slated for Montrose at former Rocky Cola location
    A conspicuous vacancy at the eastern gateway of Montrose Shopping Park for more than seven months, the site of the former Rocky Cola Café may soon reopen as a restaurant and bar under different ownership and a new name. City operating permits and a...
  • WingStop takes off on Verdugo Boulevard

    WingStop takes off on Verdugo Boulevard
    After Jerry Uebel retired from his role as a Glendale community police officer in 2007, he mulled the idea of running a restaurant. Then he discovered WingStop, a Texas-based chain that specializes in chicken wings, which he thought would be a perfect...
  • A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill

    A dozen restaurants in tri-city area face legal action addressed in Gatto bill
    A bill introduced this week by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) to protect against what he called “shakedown lawsuits” comes as 12 businesses in his district face similar legal action for not posting simple signage — violations...
  • Glendale restaurateur turns to Craigslist

    Glendale restaurateur turns to Craigslist
    The co-owner of an Italian restaurant that’s been in Glendale for 30 years has taken a unique approach to gauging the interest of anyone interested in buying her share of the business. She’s placed an ad on Craigslist. The listing, posted...
  • Cooking up careers

    Cooking up careers
    The scent of baked bread mingled with chopped onion and celery in the kitchen of the Los Robles building on the Glendale Community College campus. It was 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, and students in the Advanced Food Preparation class were completing the dishes...
  • Chicken dinner is a cluck above the rest

    Chicken dinner is a cluck above the rest
    There is a chain of chicken restaurants (whose name begins with a Z) that has led the market in succulent, finger-smacking roasted chicken for years. It's definitely delicious, but the next time I'm hankering for garlicky chicken, hummus and pita, I'll be...
  • Shekarchi does stews delectably

    Shekarchi does stews delectably
    We're all familiar with kebab restaurants, with dozens of choices in the Glendale/Burbank area alone. But how many of us have gone deeper into their menus to savor some of the more complex and savory dishes of the Mediterranean and African countries?...
  • Another shot at keeping Verdugo Hills course

    The struggling Verdugo Hills Golf Course is getting a facelift and new management, giving new hope to residents who want to save the 60-acre site from residential development. On Monday, course owners Snowball West Investors replaced the former...
  • 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...
  • Organizations: Women of heart will be honored

    The YWCA of Glendale is having its 14th annual Legacy Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at The Castaway Restaurant in Burbank. This year’s luncheon will honor five women with the Heart & Excellence Awards and two high school seniors with...
  • 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...
  • An uncertain chapter for bookstores

    An uncertain chapter for bookstores
    Worlds fill the walls of Brian Draper’s Burbank bookstore — global maps, a “histomap” offering a timeline of human events, a 4-foot high map of California. These worlds are about to come down. After nearly 25 years, Draper is on...