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  • Son of Zankou Chicken founder opening Ara's Tacos

    Son of Zankou Chicken founder opening Ara's Tacos
    A member of the family that created Zankou Chicken is staking his name — actually his brother's — on his ability to replicate the success of the rotisserie chicken chain with a new Mexican restaurant called Ara's Tacos. Steve Iskenderian, 34,...
  • Dining Out: Two pieces of bread put together with flair

    Dining Out: Two pieces of bread put together with flair
    Pity the late John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, whose snack during a card game gave name to the English culinary craze that followed. No, he didn't invent putting a filling between two pieces of bread. That had been done since ancient times....
  • Cash stolen from Rancho-area sushi restaurant

    A burglar pried open a security door and stole an undisclosed amount of cash Wednesday from a Riverside Rancho neighborhood sushi restaurant, police said. The owner of Sushi Nishi-Ya arrived at his business in the 1700 block of Victory Boulevard at about...
  • Small Wonders: The scoop on some ice-cream expats

    Par•a•dise [par-uh-dahys, -dahyz] a state of supreme happiness; bliss. If there is a paradise, I imagine there will be ample parking and meters that never run out; no taxes, co-pays, high-premium health insurance or any need for guns....
  • It's still not too late for free pancakes at IHOP

    It's still not too late for free pancakes at IHOP
    Early bird today gets the pancakes. A stack of them. For free from IHOP. And it's all in the name of charity. The restaurant chain is trying to encourage diners taking advantage of the complimentary meal to donate $3 million to the Children’s...
  • Dining Review: No food barrier at Old Village

    Dining Review: No food barrier at Old Village
    A svelte brunette croons "Besame Mucho" to the small crowd, her smooth voice accompanied by a computer-driven soundtrack. The song runs seamlessly into the next, a dreamy Russian folk tune. She doesn't mind that no one applauds. She's creating atmosphere....
  • North Shore Burgers serves up charity on Tuesdays

    North Shore Burgers serves up charity on Tuesdays
    Helping others by digging into a burger and fries is becoming a tradition at North Shore Burgers on Verdugo Boulevard. Opened in November 2011, the restaurant has raised more than $5,000 for groups including the Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge,...
  • Habit Burger to open in La Cañada

    Habit Burger to open in La Cañada
    Starting Wednesday, there's a new char burger in town. The Habit Burger Grill will open in the La Cañada Flintridge Town Center, and before its official launch it will host three events for local nonprofits. Mike Mirkil, representative for the Santa...
  • Dining review: A buyer's market for pizza lovers

    Dining review: A buyer's market for pizza lovers
    Now that Thanksgiving is over and Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa are upon us, evenings are likely to be filled with gift wrapping, project making, holiday concerts and school pageants. It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's also the busiest and...
  • Small Wonders: There can be only one winner

    The election is over. We the people had our say. And Chuck Norris' prognosticated “1,000 Years of Darkness” has begun. Or it's simply the end of daylight saving time. So now that that's over with, let's get to a debate that truly matters,...
  • 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...
  • Fun-filled day for Dodger fans

    Fun-filled day for Dodger fans
    GLENDALE — Tracey Weber may be a full-grown adult, but he felt like a little kid when he met Los Angeles Dodgers starting first baseman Adrián González Friday afternoon. “I couldn’t believe it, I was tongue tied,” said Weber,...