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NEWS
December 30, 2003
Alicia Robinson For those who want to usher in 2004 with gastronomic fanfare, many area restaurants are offering New Year's Eve champagne toasts with hors d'oeuvres, dinners and, in some cases, music and dancing. Several restaurant employees said they're planning for huge crowds on the last night of the year, which can be one of the busiest nights because seemingly everyone goes out. Roy's in Newport Beach expects to serve more than 500 dinners, mostly to people who come in before heading to a club or hotel for dancing, Roy's General Manager Barry Pierce said.
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NEWS
April 21, 2003
Fashion Island's "Music on the Island" series returns from noon to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Shoppers can enjoy music in "the Commons" in Bloomingdale's Courtyard. Musicians scheduled to entertain include Emilio Castillo, Dirk K, Ron Benise, Lao Tizer and L.A. Incas. HAVE A BRUNCH The popular Sunday brunch offered at Accents Restaurant in the Sutton Place Hotel has an international seafood station, roasts carved to order, salads, a variety of hot entrees, breakfast favorites, including eggs Benedict, waffles, omelets, imported and domestic cheeses, and an incredible dessert display.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 25, 2010
TILL JAN. 2 'Peter Pan' J.M. Barrie's classic tale "Peter Pan" flies into the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa, offering viewers a unique 360-degree experience. Tickets start at $40. For showtimes and more information, visit http://www.ocpac.org. TUESDAY Indie Tuesdays The Danvilles, featuring Mike Hindert of The Bravery, The Gromble and Adam Bones perform at La Cave, 1695 Irvine Ave., Costa Mesa. The free show is 21 and older only. For more information, call (949)
NEWS
April 12, 2002
Deepa Bharath Not many would imagine the words "Botox" and "bash" would go together. After all, Botox is the brand name of botulinum toxin, a substance that is injected into facial muscles as an age-defying treatment. It is the most popular method performed to remove wrinkles -- be it laugh lines, frown folds on the forehead or those unsightly bags under the eyes. But Botox parties are gaining popularity among bustling socialites in affluent communities.
NEWS
August 29, 2004
FLO MARTIN Steve Bolton's Aug. 15 cartoon of an elderly woman sipping her morning coffee while scanning the headlines inspired a loud guffaw in our household. My first thought was: "Lady, wake up and smell your coffee! Maybe in your day, accepted behavior for 19-year old boys included staying away from alcohol, drugs and teen girls. Nowadays, only in your dreams." As a parent of teenage kids 20 years ago, I had the same delusions. Not my kids, no way. They don't do drugs.
LOCAL
By Paul Anderson | March 19, 2009
A roasted turkey deli sandwich for under four bucks? As Homer Simpson might say, “Mmm, turkey.” Back in 1989 Champagnes Deli & Grill in Newport Beach sold ‘em for that much and to celebrate the restaurant’s 20th anniversary you can order it for that price again. This week we check in with Champagnes’ owner Rand McDevitt and his business partner Tina Voso (who’s also the general manager).   So how did you get into the restaurant business?
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | November 23, 2013
Forget Black Friday, it's "Fabulous Friday" to South Coast Plaza. The high-end shopping center plans extra concierges armed with complimentary bottled water and added valets to ease crowded parking lots. Preferred customers and media can sip cappuccinos and champagne as part of an invite-only "Holiday Suite" in the "penthouse," a luxury area that includes storefronts for the likes of Christian Louboutin and Oscar de la Renta. But Black Friday implies deals, not luxury, and while major savings may be found at departments stores, such as Sears and Macy's, which will open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving, many of the center's famed designer retailers have no plans to welcome visitors before official mall hours start at 8 a.m. Friday.
BUSINESS
By Dave Brooks | May 11, 2006
Once reserved for special occasions and New Year's Eve celebrations, champagne is now making a comeback as a popular pairing at fine dining institutions. Tonight and Friday, a South Coast Plaza restaurant is hosting a special champagne tasting event with the bubbly beverage and lessons about its rich history. "I first got the idea after doing an event at Saks Fifth Avenue," Quattro Cafe owner Dennis Silva said. "People didn't know what they were drinking. They thought they were drinking white zinfandel."
FEATURES
January 3, 2007
CHAMPAGNE AND CAVIAR A Flame Point Siamese and Tortoiseshell Siamese named Champagne, left, and Caviar, right, were rescued from a trash bin in Newport Beach last week. The pair were scanned for microchips and treated for a severe amount of fleas, and have been to a veterinarian. A tiny nonsurgical microchip implant would have proved ownership and returned the 6-month-old female kittens to their original homes. Champagne and Caviar will be available for adoption at Fashion Island from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
NEWS
April 27, 2002
A grand opening for the new Champagne French Bakery Cafe at South Coast Plaza will not only feature pastries and finger foods, but also a show of arts from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Students from the Orange County High School of the Arts will perform and display artwork for the opening. When the first Champagne French Bakery Cafe was formed 15 years ago, the high school also began its presence in Orange County. The grand opening will include prizes and a portion of The Miss Meringue Great American Scoop-Off Recipe Contest.
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