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By GREER WYLDER | August 14, 2008
Fresh fish brought in daily and healthy take-out foods have made the Bear Flag Fish Co. a new local favorite spot in Newport Beach’s Cannery Village. Bear Flag offers a full menu with local fresh fish and a catering menu, as well as desserts handmade by pastry chef Cortney Polovina. You can stop in for our favorite panko-grilled fish tacos, a grilled fish plate with mixed green salad and brown or white rice bowl. Other specialties include King Crab tempura roll, salmon poke, grilled fish sandwiches and New England clam chowder.
NEWS
May 15, 2003
Stephen Santacroce I grew up in New England and have many good memories of summer trips along the Connecticut coast, driving up to Cape Cod or Long Island, or taking the ferry to Martha's Vineyard or Block Island. Most of these trips involved at least one stop at a seaside fish house, a typically understated New England establishment usually close to the fishing docks and featuring fresh fish, savory chowders and deep-fried shellfish in an unassuming but picturesque atmosphere.
NEWS
July 15, 2001
Young Chang They called themselves "boat boys" and sailed up to Jeanne and Jerry Berry's 38-foot catamaran to deliver hot bread, ice and fresh fish whenever dawn broke in the middle of the wide and deep Caribbean blue. The Berrys grilled the fish, ate the bread, cooked complete breakfasts with bacon and eggs on their boat and spent most their days sailing without a single ring from land-line telephones nor other technological interruptions. "It was wonderful," said 52-year-old Jeanne Berry of Newport Beach.
FEATURES
October 22, 2006
In Newport-Mesa, with the daily grind of everyday life, long commutes, heavy workloads, and the stresses of raising a family, it can seem that the rat race is inescapable — that it's impossible to take some time off for a vacation. Many find a quick and easy getaway by picking up a fishing pole, taking a stroll to the end of Balboa Pier or Newport Pier, and enjoying a beautiful sunset while casting into the ocean below. Fishing off the piers of Newport Beach means different things for different people.
NEWS
November 4, 2010
COSTA MESA — Locally grown, fresh produce and other outdoor market goodies will be available this weekend at the opening of the community's newest farmers market. The new certified farmer's market opens at the South Coast Collections ("SoCo") on the 3300 block of Hyland Avenue and will occur weekly from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. In addition to farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, the market vendors will also sell flowers, hummus, fresh fish, coffee and more, according to a news release.
NEWS
December 9, 2002
Many grid fans generally experience agony and frustration after a game is well under way or at the end, but one night in 1956, Orange Coast College found invading Fullerton sparking an uproar from the beginning. The Hornets' coach, Bud Dawson, came prepared, or so it seemed, to turn the odds Fullerton's way soonest. His sizzling case became a roar over the color of the game ball. The new OCC coach, Al Irwin, who has long been a man of great patience and sportsmanship, balked over Dawson's fussing and politicking with the game officials.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | June 14, 2007
Whenever I get the urge to ride my bicycle a little farther south than the usual six-mile trip to the Huntington Beach Pier, I venture toward Newport Beach. I put a $10 bill in my pocket and stop at The Crab Cooker for a crab cocktail. Then I take it over to the pier and enjoy it while watching the ocean, temporarily forgetting any concern about the afternoon sea breeze that will make the ride home seem like triple the distance I had just peddled. When I was a youth living in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Newport Beach was a mystery to me, like a distant, foreign land.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | June 25, 2008
My love of fish is undeniable. It is probably my favorite entrée, and if I could, I would probably eat it every day. The expense is one thing that prohibits me from being a pescatarian; also, I never seem to be able to find a good fresh fish store. Trader Joe’s is good if you want inexpensive frozen fresh fish, but I prefer something a little more current. Fortunately, I had discovered Santa Monica Seafood Co. years ago. The business has been providing fresh fish to consumers and restaurants for nearly 70 years.
NEWS
November 10, 2011
Larson. Kim L. June 10, 1952 -October 29, 2011 Larson suddenly passed away on Saturday, October 29, 2011. A lifelong resident of Newport Beach more than 50 years and beloved son of Al and Sunny Larson. Kim was a devoted husband who was married to his wife of 31 years, Tracy Larson. A longtime member of the Santa Ana Country Club, Kim was also an avid and well respected conservationist and fisherman who made his career in the seafood industry, starting with his father's company Meridian Products, importing and distributing shellfish and seafood throughout the world.
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NEWS
November 10, 2011
Larson. Kim L. June 10, 1952 -October 29, 2011 Larson suddenly passed away on Saturday, October 29, 2011. A lifelong resident of Newport Beach more than 50 years and beloved son of Al and Sunny Larson. Kim was a devoted husband who was married to his wife of 31 years, Tracy Larson. A longtime member of the Santa Ana Country Club, Kim was also an avid and well respected conservationist and fisherman who made his career in the seafood industry, starting with his father's company Meridian Products, importing and distributing shellfish and seafood throughout the world.
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NEWS
November 4, 2010
COSTA MESA — Locally grown, fresh produce and other outdoor market goodies will be available this weekend at the opening of the community's newest farmers market. The new certified farmer's market opens at the South Coast Collections ("SoCo") on the 3300 block of Hyland Avenue and will occur weekly from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. In addition to farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, the market vendors will also sell flowers, hummus, fresh fish, coffee and more, according to a news release.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | April 8, 2009
My taste in sushi places is usually the more serene atmosphere rather than the rock ‘n’ roll ones, where the techno, Euro, electronic keyboard mates with Mac computer music making conversation impossible. It does drive me to drink, which is probably the intention, and I would like to see a pie chart on sake sales when Franz and the other members of the Belgrade five invade my ear drums. One situation of pumping music I will tolerate is when the sushi is really, really good, and Frenzy Sushi definitely has that.
LOCAL
By GREER WYLDER | August 14, 2008
Fresh fish brought in daily and healthy take-out foods have made the Bear Flag Fish Co. a new local favorite spot in Newport Beach’s Cannery Village. Bear Flag offers a full menu with local fresh fish and a catering menu, as well as desserts handmade by pastry chef Cortney Polovina. You can stop in for our favorite panko-grilled fish tacos, a grilled fish plate with mixed green salad and brown or white rice bowl. Other specialties include King Crab tempura roll, salmon poke, grilled fish sandwiches and New England clam chowder.
FEATURES
By Sue Thoensen | January 6, 2008
When the IRS comes calling, most people write a check and pay up. In the early 1950s, Bob Roubian, owner of the Crab Cooker restaurant in Newport Beach, wrote a song instead. Royalties from “I’m Too Pooped to Pop,” went straight to pay back taxes Roubian had wracked up after buying the business in 1951. At the time, Roubian was a carpenter by day and a piano player and composer by night. He had always loved the sea, Roubian said, so he decided to give up his day job and go into the fish business.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Reger | June 14, 2007
Whenever I get the urge to ride my bicycle a little farther south than the usual six-mile trip to the Huntington Beach Pier, I venture toward Newport Beach. I put a $10 bill in my pocket and stop at The Crab Cooker for a crab cocktail. Then I take it over to the pier and enjoy it while watching the ocean, temporarily forgetting any concern about the afternoon sea breeze that will make the ride home seem like triple the distance I had just peddled. When I was a youth living in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Newport Beach was a mystery to me, like a distant, foreign land.
FEATURES
October 23, 2006
In Newport-Mesa, with the daily grind of everyday life, long commutes, heavy workloads, and the stresses of raising a family, it can seem that the rat race is inescapable — that it's impossible to take some time off for a vacation. Many find a quick and easy getaway by picking up a fishing pole, taking a stroll to the end of Balboa Pier or Newport Pier, and enjoying a beautiful sunset while casting into the ocean below. Fishing off the piers of Newport Beach means different things for different people.
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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