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  • Dining Out: JC's Cuisine is short on niceties, big on taste and service

    Dining Out: JC's Cuisine is short on niceties, big on taste and service
    While it's not a hard and fast rule, we generally avoid highlighting chain restaurants in this column, preferring to review independently owned businesses. Mom & Pop restaurants are a little hard to find in Burbank. So I was happy to see a new spot open...
  • Letter: City of Burbank could improve shopping, dining choices

    Gregory Krikorian's Dec. 18 op-ed piece about Walmart supported occupying empty buildings and staffing them with low-paid, part-time employees to boost employment statistics. His and other letters imply that what is most important is for Burbank...
  • Planning board to review IKEA expansion project in Burbank

    Swedish furniture giant IKEA may get one step closer next week to building its largest store in the United States as its proposed expansion project is slated to come before the Burbank Planning Board on Monday. The retailer announced a little more...
  • Community: Barron's pancakes still best in town

    Community: Barron's pancakes still best in town
    Years ago, when one yearned for home-cooked meals without spending hours in the kitchen, they'd head for Barron's Family Restaurant. The late Edith and Gordon Barron ran the business in several locations for more than 50 years and almost 40 years on...
  • Canyon Grille to host grand opening

    Canyon Grille to host grand opening
    DeBell Golf Club will host the grand opening of its new eatery, the Canyon Grille at DeBell, next week. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 11. It will be co-hosted by the Burbank Chamber of...
  • Letter: Disappointed to see the Elephant Bar go

    I was very disappointed to learn that the Burbank Elephant Bar restaurant closed, along with a number of others all around the country. Nearby, Northridge, Simi Valley, and Irvine branches have closed. Today I stopped by for lunch, only to find a notice...
  • Elephant Bar closes in Burbank, restaurant's parent company files for bankruptcy

    Elephant Bar closes in Burbank, restaurant's parent company files for bankruptcy
    Downtown Burbank restaurant Elephant Bar quickly and quietly went out of business recently, along with more than a dozen other locations, as its parent company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The restaurant was in business at First Street and...
  • Dining Out: Handy Market serves up delicious barbecue

    Dining Out: Handy Market serves up delicious barbecue
    No need to wait for summer to enjoy smoky, backyard barbecue. Handy Market, the well-stocked corner store where Magnolia Boulevard meets Buena Vista Street in Burbank, spills out into the parking lot on Saturdays, 'cueing up pounds and pounds of beef,...
  • NBC exodus affects eateries

    NBC exodus affects eateries
    A few lunch cycles after about 300 employees left the iconic NBC building on Alameda Avenue for more modern digs in Universal City, the mood was upbeat for some and downcast for other business owners in the Media District on Tuesday. Workers at local...
  • Dick & Jane Family Orchestra is still alive and kicking

    Dick & Jane Family Orchestra is still alive and kicking
    There's really no way to adequately prepare one's self for a performance by the Dick & Jane Family Orchestra. The Hollywood underground quintet, who appear Friday at Burbank's Viva Cantina, squall, roar and strum through a dizzying barrage of...
  • Dining Out: Check out these vintage diners

    Dining Out: Check out these vintage diners
    The 1950s and '60s saw a construction boom in the San Fernando Valley, Burbank in particular. Armed with newly invented building materials and a sleek car culture aesthetic, soldiers returning from war helped construct businesses and restaurants...
  • The Asian Project gives diners a few choices

    The Asian Project gives diners a few choices
    An interesting new fast-casual concept has sprung up in a strip mall in Burbank. The Chipotle motif (based on the Subway motif) is continuing to gain traction in dining culture but mostly with Mexican-style foods. This restaurant, called the Asian Project...