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  • Chart House on Mariner's Mile closes

    The Chart House restaurant, which served steak and seafood on Mariner's Mile in Newport Beach for more than four decades, has closed. A manager at the Dana Point Chart House confirmed that the Newport Beach location recently shuttered but was unsure of...
  • New AP prep tool: pancakes

    "Good luck AP test takers" scrolled across Costa Mesa High School's electronic marquee Friday morning. At Newport-Mesa Unified high schools this week, Advanced Placement classes culminated with exams that will determine whether students receive college...
  • Public can weigh in on Lower Castaways

    The future of the last parcel available for development along Newport Harbor is up for discussion next week. A study session is planned for 4:30 p.m. March 13 in the old Council Chambers, 3300 Newport Blvd. The public is invited to offer ideas for new...
  • Boys' Tennis: CdM shows it is King

    PALOS VERDES ESTATES — As members of the Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team finished off their nonleague match at Palos Verdes on Wednesday, they naturally were hungry. Palos Verdes parents were grilling burgers near the tennis court. Some of...
  • All About Food: A week free from doing dishes

    All About Food: A week free from doing dishes
    Orange County Restaurant Week is celebrating its fifth delicious year with prix fixe menus from every corner of the county. Between Sunday and March 2, about 100 restaurants will feature specially priced menus. Lunch will be $10, $15 or $20. Dinner will...
  • Mayor meets with members of the community

    As the questions kept coming, so did the pizzas. The mood at Costa Mesa's first Meet the Mayor session at Pitfire Artisan Pizza on Thursday night was mostly light, though with wide-ranging topics that included the 19th Street bridge that never was, the...
  • Smith: Remember to 'eat less and move more'

    Coca-Cola has an ad campaign that confronts what it calls the "complex challenge of obesity." In the campaign, Coke notes that of its more than 650 beverages, there are more than 180 low- or no-calorie drinks. Most of the full-calorie drinks also have...
  • A vegetarian eyes Restaurant Week options

    Classic moment on "The Office": At a barbecue at the home of paper salesman Jim Halpert, icy accountant Angela Martin stands in the queue before the grill and deadpans, "I'm a vegetarian." Without missing a beat, Jim helpfully replies, "There's soda...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: After the fire, Prego still hot

    The Gossiping Gourmet: After the fire, Prego still hot
    Like the phoenix, Prego Ristorante has risen from the ashes eight months after a devastating kitchen fire closed the restaurant. Chef Ugo Allesina and his staff seem very happy to be back, and so were we. The lovely main dining area appears to be...
  • Mailbag: Deaths should 'touch the conscience' of us all

    The insightful letter by Tom Peterson in today's Daily Pilot ("Mailbag: Costa Mesa homeless deserve dignity," Jan. 23) pricked my conscience and reminded me I should comment also. In my more than 23 years of association with homeless people in my work at...
  • Costa Mesa gets a slice of Chicago

    Costa Mesa gets a slice of Chicago
    Good pizza comes to those who wait. That's the motto of sorts for the folks at Rance's Chicago Pizza, whose pies are made in authentic Chi-Town style, right down to the Wisconsin cheese. But how long a wait is it for such iconic Midwestern flavor?...
  • Surfing a 25-year wave

    Surfing a 25-year wave
    Twenty-five years ago, Wing Lam's hair was shorter and the fish taco restaurant he co-founded was brand new. These days, however, Wahoo's Fish Taco is a household brand, with 64 stores in seven states, that continues to spread its fins. All that started...