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  • Dining: Toro Grillhouse may have staying power

    Dining: Toro Grillhouse may have staying power
    The space occupied by the new Toro Grillhouse has been at least three other restaurants in recent memory. There was El Toro Tacos, Kix’s BBQ and a kabob place. The owners of Toro Grillhouse are giving this food stand on a busy stretch of Colorado...
  • Dining: A market for primo pasta

    Dining: A market for primo pasta
    Restaurants come, restaurants go. When one restaurant has dominated the landscape of the busiest street in Burbank for more than 20 years, it’s time to figure out why. Market City Caffe with its open air patio and large interior stretching over half...
  • Pizza chain turns up the heat

    Pizza chain turns up the heat
    With the proliferation of build-your-own-pizza places around town, I was not enthusiastic about trying another one. But 800 Degrees pizza, a small chain out of West L.A., took over the old Louise’s Trattoria at Colorado Boulevard and Fair Oaks...
  • The Valley Line: Annual wine, food tasting event attracts hundreds

    The Valley Line: Annual wine, food tasting event attracts hundreds
    It was a spectacular autumn afternoon on Sunday, when more than 800 people came to Memorial Park to sip fine wines and sample gourmet foods at the 12th annual Wine and Gourmet Food Tasting and premium wine auction event. The gathering was sponsored by the...
  • Everest eatery makes the climb to Glendale

    Everest eatery makes the climb to Glendale
    Before high school, Michael Bicos didn’t plan to get into the family business, but the fit seemed natural.  He spent his summers working at Everest, a family restaurant with diverse food fare including breakfast burritos, fried mushrooms and...
  • Dining Review: Pickles help form a more perfect Union

    Dining Review: Pickles help form a more perfect Union
    In the past decade, chefs have reached celebrity superstar status. Bruce Kalman has his credentials — winner of "Chopped" Season 15 and head chef at the Churchill. At his new Pasadena restaurant, Union, Kalman is definitely in charge but he seems to...
  • Dining Out: Small plates, big taste at Sustébia

    Dining Out: Small plates, big taste at Sustébia
    Define "Sustébia" a) Portuguese for "sustenance" b) A new restaurant in downtown Glendale c) A mellifluous but meaningless word d) The latest Phil Collins song e) b and c If you answered "e," you are correct. Much like the fusion food they...
  • La Cañada History: Resident appointed 'lead protocol chief' for 1984 Summer Olympics

    La Cañada History: Resident appointed 'lead protocol chief' for 1984 Summer Olympics
    Ten Years Ago Three men suspected of burglarizing a La Cañada jewelry store six weeks earlier were in jail and law enforcement officials were on the hunt for a Glendale businessman suspected of leading a theft ring that was believed to have taken...
  • Menu change in Montrose: Louisiana fare to replace Three Drunken Goats

    Menu change in Montrose: Louisiana fare to replace Three Drunken Goats
    With some businesses moving on and others moving in, Montrose’s main business district is getting a makeover this summer. A few weeks ago, Three Drunken Goats, a tapas and wine bar, closed its doors, surprising neighboring businesses and Honolulu...
  • Dining Review: International thrills in Atwater

    Dining Review: International thrills in Atwater
    There aren't many places in Los Angeles where you can be sipping wine and nibbling appetizers when all of a sudden, 20 feet away, a train roars by. That's just one of the little thrills you can expect at the brand-new restaurant Momed in Atwater Crossing,...
  • Glendale Historical Society raises the bar

    Glendale Historical Society raises the bar
    The Glendale Historical Society is toasting the Jewel City's history of cuisines and libations with its launch of a yearlong series that will find the group spotlighting long-standing bars and restaurants across the city. With "Raising the Bar," the...
  • La Cañada History: Fire Station No. 28 closes

    La Cañada History: Fire Station No. 28 closes
    Ten Years Ago The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Crescenta Valley station announced that in the fall of 2004 it would be holding a “Clergy Academy” to give area pastors insight into law enforcement and to apprise them of resources...