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  • Restaurant review: Rock & Brews in Oviedo

    Restaurant review: Rock & Brews in Oviedo
    Subtle has never been a word associated with KISS, but frontmen Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley's leap into the restaurant stage is a surprisingly refreshing turn. My colleague Tod Caviness ventured into the new Rock & Brews in Oviedo before me and...
  • First look: Chili rice cakes, poke and musubi at Roy Choi's re-imagined A-Frame

    First look: Chili rice cakes, poke and musubi at Roy Choi's re-imagined A-Frame
    The A-Frame you know and love, Roy Choi's I-Hop frame turned blond wooded modern picnic haven, will reopen as Choi's version of an L.A.-skewed Hawaiian restaurant on Friday. After five years of turning out the famous cracklin' beer can chicken, pickle...
  • Owners of 99 Main restaurant in Newport News plan to retire

    The restaurant scene in the Hilton Village neighborhood of Newport News will be losing two familiar faces. Jimmy and Christine Ferguson, owners of 99 Main Restaurant, have decided to retire. "We both love to travel and we're tied down here," said...
  • Barbara's Bits and Bites: Parisian-themed bistros ideal romantic settings

    Love is in the air this week, as Valentine's Day is upon us. So why not opt for a romantic casual meal at one of the two Parisian-themed bistros I recently visited: Moulin Bistro and Pandor Bakery and Café, both in Newport Beach. Moulin Bistro, 1000 N....
  • Businesses find creative ways to cope with minimum wage hikes

    Businesses find creative ways to cope with minimum wage hikes
    When the minimum wage in San Jose went from $8 to $10 an hour in 2013, Adolfo Gomez started sending kitchen staff at his Mexican restaurant home early. His mother and brother handled the extra work. In Albuquerque, Myra Ghattas told cooks and...
  • Restaurant Review: Bay Leaf a delicious veteran among Allentown newcomers

    Restaurant Review: Bay Leaf a delicious veteran among Allentown newcomers
    In the flurry of new restaurant openings in downtown Allentown, it's easy to overlook the long-standing eateries. The last place anyone should forget is the Thai-inspired Bay Leaf on Hamilton Street. The menu reflects Bay Leaf's billing as "New American...
  • Alcoholic drinks make debut at 187 Rue Principale

    Alcoholic drinks make debut at 187 Rue Principale
    Raise a glass to the recently acquired liquor license at 187 Rue Principale, a restaurant that brings a delicious French accent to Emmaus. Grab one of the eight stools at the bar and watch a skilled mixologist concoct a feature drink from a seasonal...
  • Retail Therapy: My Mickey for your Goofy

    Pieces of flair: My-D Pins & Collectibles, 1215 S. Beach Blvd., Suite D, Anaheim, will host a free Disney pin and Vinylmation collectible trading event from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at its parking lot. Disney collectors of all ages are...
  • Restaurant staff, please don't read the menu to us

    Restaurant staff, please don't read the menu to us
    By the time you read this I may already be gone, having headed for the thickest clump of wilderness, anywhere that might exist where I can still walk into a restaurant and a waiter won't ask ... "Have you dined with us before?" It's not the question...
  • Dine like an Academy Award winner at Spago

    Dine like an Academy Award winner at Spago
    For the past 21 years, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has been serving  dinner to 1,500 or so actors, actresses and Hollywood big shots following the Academy Awards in Los Angeles. Puck landed the Governors Ball dinner after academy members noticed that...
  • Martel: A Relaxed, Mostly Quiet, French Bistro

    Martel: A Relaxed, Mostly Quiet, French Bistro
    The minute I stepped into Martel, I knew I would want to return. Martel has been embodying the feel of a relaxed French bistro in Fairfield for years, and it's a quiet favorite, one that gets noisy on bustling Friday and Saturday nights. The front bar...