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  • Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country

    Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country
    San Sebastian's old town may be the most food-intensive neighborhood in the world, with street after street of pintxos bars and taverns and roaring restaurants, and hundreds of counters heaped with shellfish, hams and roasted meat — the answer to...
  • Small Wonders: Damon's isn't the same. Or is it?

    Damon's just isn’t the same. It's not worse. Not necessarily better, either. Always great. Just not the same. Which shouldn’t mean anything, really, when you think about it. What is the same? I’m not. And unless you’re Joan...
  • Dining review: Jump-start your health at Da Juice Bar

    Dining review: Jump-start your health at Da Juice Bar
    I have a friend who swears she healed her son's serious brain injury with food. Antioxidants, omega-3s, pure proteins — she found them in blueberries, eggs and other nutrition-packed foods and helped pave his road to health. Even if you're not...
  • Dining review: Pasadena's StillRoom Seafood

    Dining review: Pasadena's StillRoom Seafood
    The StillRoom gets its name from the so-called area in grand homes of yore where liquors, medicines, oils and the like were distilled, infused and brewed. It is a fitting name for this charming new addition to the Pasadena fine dining scene not only...
  • Welcoming café offers simple, creative fare

    Welcoming café offers simple, creative fare
    Robert Downey Jr. stared at me all through my lunch. I was eating at Studio Café Magazzino, a tiny, home-spun café across from the massive Warner Bros. complex, enjoying the homemade soup and sandwiches, when I noticed that Sherlock Holmes himself was...
  • Small Wonders: Omakase and an old friend

    There is a place in the borderlands between Burbank and Glendale, in the seam that's neither city, though some map surely has decided, where food and life intersect. Not here nor there, it's tucked in the corner of a strip mall, defying limits,...
  • Armed robbers hit 7-11, Subway

    Armed robbers hit 7-11, Subway
    Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two gunmen who robbed local 7-Eleven and Subway stores in separate incidents. The Glendale Police Department has released photographs and surveillance videos of the robberies, which occurred at the...
  • A near-perfect taste of Italy

    A near-perfect taste of Italy
    Going to Briganti, I learned an important lesson: Don’t be fooled by first impressions. With so many charming restaurants in historic buildings in South Pasadena, why go to a place with prefab windows and faux distressed bricks? Because the food...
  • Nothing fancy, but good fusion

    Nothing fancy, but good fusion
    When a menu ranges from Mediterranean to Mexican to seafood to burgers, you can usually expect at best mediocre food. It’s like going to a movie starring Jim Belushi, Eric Roberts and Carmen Electra. Gerlach’s Grille in Pasadena is the...
  • Residents slurp up opening of new 7-Eleven

    Residents slurp up opening of new 7-Eleven
    La Cañada residents young and old sought a reprieve from the July heat in the cold embrace of a brain freeze Wednesday, as the city welcomed its second 7-Eleven store. Kiran Sumra, whose father Kulbir George Sumra is the operator of the 7-Eleven, said...
  • The sound of a delicious bargain

    The sound of a delicious bargain
    It’s comforting as you’re waiting for the pupusas you just ordered at a neighborhood Salvadoran joint to hear the slap, slap, slap of hands smacking masa into fat, tortilla-shaped discs. Your mouth starts watering, knowing the corn dough is...
  • Dining review: Glendale's fresh take on the taco

    Dining review: Glendale's fresh take on the taco
    The literal translation of Iguanas Ranas is “iguanas frogs.” Strange name for a restaurant. The real meaning makes more sense. The play on words is used in Mexico as a response to a farewell, something akin to “same to you.”...