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June 3, 2009
Submitted by Jill Byers Newport Beach-based Daddy Cakes will treat Daddies to a free pre-Father’s Day pancake brunch 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, June 20, at Whole Foods Market at The District at Tustin Legacy. Dan Byers, co-founder and creative chef of Daddy Cakes, will be flipping his now-famous pancakes as he serves Daddies and their families during the event. In addition to Daddy Cakes pancakes, the brunch will include items such as eggs, sausage and bacon, as well as a “pancake topping bar,” and coffee, milk and juices.
NEWS
December 5, 2001
Lolita Harper COSTA MESA -- Whole Foods Market is moving out of its Triangle Square location because the underground store is not doing well enough, officials said. "It's not something we want to do. We really enjoyed the community and feel like they embraced us but they just don't want to drive underground," said the natural and organic food retailer's Regional Marketing Director Elizabeth Carovillano. Whole Foods plans to close in April but will provide full service for as long as they possibly can, Carovillano said.
NEWS
April 22, 2001
Jennifer K Mahal Most people think of food shopping as a chore. But on Monday, celebrity chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger intend to turn walking down the grocery aisles at Costa Mesa's Whole Foods Market into an adventure. Milliken and Feniger, also known as the Border Girls, will give free tours of the market at Triangle Square, answering questions, dishing out food and giving away recipes. The event is part of a series of appearances the longtime business partners are giving around the Southland as spokesmen for Whole Foods.
LOCAL
By Tino Tovar | January 12, 2010
Restaurateur Jenny Ross, chef/owner of 118 Degrees Restaurant in Costa Mesa has taken her original recipes and pioneering spirit to Whole Foods Market at The District in Tustin where the Raw Bar, a new counter featuring raw foods, is now open. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, January 8, 2010, Chef Jenny will host a Grand Opening event at the new Raw Bar counter within the store that will allow guests to sample delicious raw cuisine inspired by her experience in the field of living foods.
LOCAL
By Mona ShahCommunity correspondent | May 11, 2009
Newport Beach-based Daddy Cakes pampered 50 Mommies and their children this Mother’s Day at a special brunch held at The District at Tustin Legacy. Each child received an official event Chef’s toque and other gifts, that even mom can enjoy! The brunch featured giveaways, prizes and live entertainment, including a balloon-maker and music. “The District is the ultimate family destination and in line with the many events we have hosted for families throughout Orange County, this event with Whole Foods Market and Daddy Cakes Bakery is another way for us to contribute to the community,” commented Kimberly Daskas, Director of Marketing for The District at Tustin Legacy.
NEWS
December 27, 2001
Popcorn lovers rejoice! ACT II, a microwave popcorn maker, now makes a slightly sweet, slightly salty blend of popcorn to tempt that tongue in its all-new Kettle Corn, the first of its kind in the microwave popcorn category. The new popcorn comes in packs of three for $2.19, five for $2.27 and six for $2.99, and can be found in grocery, drug and club stores and mass merchandisers everywhere. One cup of popped corn has three grams of fat, one gram saturated, zero grams of cholesterol, 65 milligrams of sodium, four grams of carbohydrates and less than one gram of protein.
NEWS
June 13, 2000
-- Compiled by Amy Spurgeon; photos by Sean Hiller With summer vacation just weeks away, we asked Costa Mesa High School students what their ideal summer job would be. "My job would be something that brings in a lot of money, but doesn't require a lot of work. But since we are moving this summer, I don't have to get a job." STEVEN ERRICO, 15 Freshman, Costa Mesa "I already work for Whole Foods Market. I've been employed for the past 11 months.
LOCAL
By Mona ShahCitizen correspondent | March 5, 2009
In an economic climate when many small companies are experiencing little-to-no growth, Newport Beach-based, Daddy Cakes, which produces a line of nine flavors of pancake mixes, has grown exponentially over the past year, recently expanding its distribution in Orange County to Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Markets. A fairly young company, Daddy Cakes launched its first mix in mid-2007 and, within a few months, went on to develop the complete line of nine flavors, all of which are vegetarian, with three 100% organic flavors & six vegan flavors, all available online at www.DaddyCakesBakery.
NEWS
August 18, 2001
Network 17 will hold a grand reopening sale today with all kinds of back-to-school specials. At the event, Network 17 will give out freebies to customers, and all soft goods will be discounted 20% through Aug. 26. The newly expanded store carries all kinds of surf and skate merchandise, including such popular labels as Roxy, Circa, Quiksilver, Hurley, Volcom, Etnies and more. The store now carries boys' and children's sizes, and women's and girls' clothing.
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LOCAL
By Tino Tovar | January 12, 2010
Restaurateur Jenny Ross, chef/owner of 118 Degrees Restaurant in Costa Mesa has taken her original recipes and pioneering spirit to Whole Foods Market at The District in Tustin where the Raw Bar, a new counter featuring raw foods, is now open. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, January 8, 2010, Chef Jenny will host a Grand Opening event at the new Raw Bar counter within the store that will allow guests to sample delicious raw cuisine inspired by her experience in the field of living foods.
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LOCAL
June 3, 2009
Submitted by Jill Byers Newport Beach-based Daddy Cakes will treat Daddies to a free pre-Father’s Day pancake brunch 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, June 20, at Whole Foods Market at The District at Tustin Legacy. Dan Byers, co-founder and creative chef of Daddy Cakes, will be flipping his now-famous pancakes as he serves Daddies and their families during the event. In addition to Daddy Cakes pancakes, the brunch will include items such as eggs, sausage and bacon, as well as a “pancake topping bar,” and coffee, milk and juices.
LOCAL
By Mona ShahCommunity correspondent | May 11, 2009
Newport Beach-based Daddy Cakes pampered 50 Mommies and their children this Mother’s Day at a special brunch held at The District at Tustin Legacy. Each child received an official event Chef’s toque and other gifts, that even mom can enjoy! The brunch featured giveaways, prizes and live entertainment, including a balloon-maker and music. “The District is the ultimate family destination and in line with the many events we have hosted for families throughout Orange County, this event with Whole Foods Market and Daddy Cakes Bakery is another way for us to contribute to the community,” commented Kimberly Daskas, Director of Marketing for The District at Tustin Legacy.
LOCAL
By Mona Shahcitizen correspondent | April 3, 2009
Newport Beach-based Daddy Cakes served pancakes to more than 340 students, parents and faculty at Panorama Elementary School’s inaugural Pancake Breakfast. Organizers hope to make it an annual event. Panorama Elementary School raised $1,100 for its upper-grade activities for fourth- and fifth-graders in only one hour. Daddy Cakes, which produces a line of nine flavors of pancake mixes, has grown exponentially over the past year, recently expanding its distribution in Orange County to Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Markets.
LOCAL
By Mona ShahCitizen correspondent | March 5, 2009
In an economic climate when many small companies are experiencing little-to-no growth, Newport Beach-based, Daddy Cakes, which produces a line of nine flavors of pancake mixes, has grown exponentially over the past year, recently expanding its distribution in Orange County to Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Markets. A fairly young company, Daddy Cakes launched its first mix in mid-2007 and, within a few months, went on to develop the complete line of nine flavors, all of which are vegetarian, with three 100% organic flavors & six vegan flavors, all available online at www.DaddyCakesBakery.
NEWS
October 12, 2003
Of all the issues facing the city of Costa Mesa, the revitalization of Triangle Square has to be high on the list. The downtown shopping and dining center seems to have been troubled by the start. There are certainly some success stories at Triangle Square. Barnes & Noble and the Yard House come to mind immediately. But it's hard to deny the obvious. Stores come in and stores go out, way before their prime. Over the last year or so, the center has lost Whole Foods market and North Face clothing store, and seemingly popular eateries like Sfuzi, Pain du Monde and La Salsa have gone out of business as well.
NEWS
December 27, 2001
Popcorn lovers rejoice! ACT II, a microwave popcorn maker, now makes a slightly sweet, slightly salty blend of popcorn to tempt that tongue in its all-new Kettle Corn, the first of its kind in the microwave popcorn category. The new popcorn comes in packs of three for $2.19, five for $2.27 and six for $2.99, and can be found in grocery, drug and club stores and mass merchandisers everywhere. One cup of popped corn has three grams of fat, one gram saturated, zero grams of cholesterol, 65 milligrams of sodium, four grams of carbohydrates and less than one gram of protein.
NEWS
December 20, 2001
Are these more nails in the coffin or wake-up calls? That question must be answered at Triangle Square as both Whole Foods Market and Johnny Rockets restaurant announced their departures this month. Johnny Rockets has already closed shop, while Whole Foods will head out in April. Officials at Johnny Rockets said their restaurant could no longer thrive at the center because it's not busy enough. The necessary foot traffic simply doesn't exist as it would somewhere like South Coast Plaza.
NEWS
December 5, 2001
Lolita Harper COSTA MESA -- Whole Foods Market is moving out of its Triangle Square location because the underground store is not doing well enough, officials said. "It's not something we want to do. We really enjoyed the community and feel like they embraced us but they just don't want to drive underground," said the natural and organic food retailer's Regional Marketing Director Elizabeth Carovillano. Whole Foods plans to close in April but will provide full service for as long as they possibly can, Carovillano said.
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