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  • Bites and Sights: I scream, you scream

    Bites and Sights: I scream, you scream
    With the incredibly hot weather we’ve been having here in the 818 lately, there’s really no better way to beat the heat than with a nice cold ice cream cone.  There are so many ice cream chains around town such as Baskin Robbins, Pinkberry...
  • Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank

    Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank
    They say you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. But how many do you have to crack to create a successful chain of brunch cafes? The owners of Another Broken Egg Café are trying to find out. The family of restaurants that started in Louisiana...
  • Brian McGackin's 'Broetry,' poems geared towards guys

    For many men, the idea of poetry might conjure up nauseating images of rose petals, tears and candlelit dinners. But our young Glendale News-Press books critic is looking to challenge that notion with "Broetry," released earlier this month by Quirk Books....
  • Cool, light dining for a sunny day

    Cool, light dining for a sunny day
    It might be the heat or perhaps it's due to skimpy swimsuits, but summer usually means lighter eating. So the timing couldn’t be better for the recent opening of the outstanding salad-and-smoothie restaurant, Malfi’s in La Cañada. Named for...
  • Hooked on seriously good burgers

    Hooked on seriously good burgers
    The term “bistro” has become one of the most overworked terms in the restaurant business. When dining at one of these quaint establishments, one expects a dimly lit room with an old-world vibe, exotic ambience and homey dishes. That’s...
  • Jazz scene hits all the right notes

    Jazz scene hits all the right notes
    Something about the combination of warm weather and jazz feels so right. It sounds pretty good, too. These area establishments feature hot jazz, cool drinks and comfortable outdoor spaces to enjoy both. Left Coast Wine Bar This Glendale bar features...
  • Small Wonders: I scream, you scream, sometimes we drive from Long beach for ice cream

    Ice cream. Two words that bring a smile to your face, a tickle in your tummy and a cure for what ails you on a long, hot day. Though our kids get a summer break, the world and its trials don't. Now, in addition to camp, work, sports, cooking, cleaning,...
  • Bites and Sights: A home cooked meal at Mamitas

    Bites and Sights: A home cooked meal at Mamitas
    I’m not sure I knew what Peruvian food was until my husband took me to Mamitas Peruvian restaurant in Glendale about five years ago. One taste of their spicy green chili sauce and tasty entrees and I was hooked. The modest setting of the...
  • Altadena farmer's market aims for October opening

    Altadena farmer's market aims for October opening
    One of the main proponents of an Altadena farmer's market says he is close to making that dream a reality.  Joseph Shuldiner, the foodie/ book designer /Renaissance man tells Altadenablog.com that "the market is a go-ahead! In fact I hope to launch...
  • Anthony's earns its 'Fine' name

    Anthony's earns its 'Fine' name
    Perigord duck fillete, Tasmanian smoked cheddar, wild fennel vinegar, Spanish Arbequina olives, French white truffle butter. Kids, you can keep your candy store. Give me the goodies on the shelves and in the chilled case at Anthony’s Fine Food &...
  • Bites and Sights: The Market on Holly

    Bites and Sights: The Market on Holly
    There’s really nothing I like more than a restaurant that offers really good gourmet food and also sells really good gourmet products. The Market on Holly in Pasadena has been one of my favorite spots since it opened a few months ago. In the...
  • Take him out to the ballgames

    Take him out to the ballgames
    Lee Ross has rooted for the hometown team at all but one baseball stadium in the nation.  He’ll get his chance on Tuesday, when the Washington Nationals host the Cincinnati Reds.  Ross, 75, of Glendale, and his friend, Dimon McFerson of Ohio,...