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  • Greenleaf restaurant set to open at end of April

    Greenleaf restaurant set to open at end of April
    Los Angeles-based healthy salads and sandwiches eatery Greenleaf Gourmet Chopshop will expand into Orange County with the April opening of a Costa Mesa location. Greenleaf opens April 30 on East 17th Street, between Orange and Santa Ana avenues, in a 4,...
  • Trend Watch: Plenty of events for Easter

    Trend Watch: Plenty of events for Easter
    Easter is just around the corner and several places are hosting special events. Here are a few hopping ideas on how to celebrate the holiday. * Easter Family Fun in H.B. In Huntington Beach, the Easter Hunt and Family Fun Day will take place form...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Romance in a mundane spot

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Romance in a mundane spot
    In a nondescript strip mall on 17th Street in Costa Mesa, located next to a Chixy Natural and a Bomburger, along with several other chain restaurants, is a very good family-owned Mediterranean-Italian bistro called Café Tria. Large windows overlook...
  • Bever targets soup kitchen

    Looking to cut down on homeless services in Costa Mesa, Mayor Eric Bever asked the city CEO to investigate some of the city's most prominent charities. Bever singled out Share Our Selves and Someone Cares Soup Kitchen, two nonprofits that give food and...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Café Gazelle provides fresh, flavorful Italian

     The Gossiping Gourmet: Café Gazelle provides fresh, flavorful Italian
    We always enjoy it when our readers write us to recommend a find or a favorite restaurant in their neighborhood. Often, these places are not on the radar because they don't represent destination dining, but they do offer tasty food at palatable prices....
  • Ways to ring in New Year

    Orange County will have a smorgasbord of New Year's Eve offerings as Americans say goodbye to 2011 and ring in 2012. Here's a list of some of the O.C. bashes on tap: * An Ultramodern Evening For a one-of-a-kind touch of the big city in O.C., consider...
  • All About Food: 'Artisanal' fish farming is on the rise

    All About Food: 'Artisanal' fish farming is on the rise
    People are wild about salmon, but wild salmon is wildly expensive and in short supply. Farmed salmon, on the other hand, is readily available but not necessarily something you want to eat, as it often contains PCBs, antibiotics and other dangerous...
  • Blue Beet celebrates years of history

    NEWPORT BEACH — If the walls of this beachside jazz joint could talk, oh, the story they would tell. Those walls of The Blue Beet date back 100 years, but the music venue and restaurant near the Newport Pier over the years has been shaped by much...
  • Mulvaney helps CdM get off to fast start

    The first word Kendall Mulvaney used to describe winning Most Valuable Player of the Los Tacos Holiday Tournament was "unexpected." Mulvaney, a sophomore, said she wanted to share the award with her teammates on defense for the Corona del Mar High girls'...
  • City's Big vacancy

    City's Big vacancy
    CORONA DEL MAR — After she lugged six teenagers, folding chairs and a pink zebra-print bag full of blankets from San Dimas to Corona del Mar, all Julie Riccardo wanted was a cool iced tea. "I'm thirsty, and there's nothing to drink," Riccardo, 53,...
  • Costa Mesa comes together at Halecrest Community Chili Cook-Off

    Costa Mesa comes together at Halecrest Community Chili Cook-Off
    The smell of warm chili filled the air Saturday afternoon as Costa Mesa citizens and politicians gathered for the annual Halecrest Community Chili Cook-Off. About 15 chili-cooking groups competed at the free event, which included food, music and vendors....
  • Mailbag: A new tax won't save California schools

    Re. "Apodaca: Public education hangs in the balance Nov. 6," (Column, Oct. 7): Patrice Apodaca pleads with the readers to get behind passing Proposition 30 to fund public education in California. On the surface, it sounds reasonable, but she also makes...