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By John Reger | May 6, 2009
If you go to Gary’s Deli expecting a traditional East Coast, Kosher-style deli, you are going to be disappointed. It took me a minute to realize that is not what Gary’s is all about. Family run, it is more about a neighborhood spot that serves decent sandwiches. First, the menu is not nearly as extensive as a regular deli. That’s fine, because I don’t know too many people who have a yearning to nosh on pickled herring or kreplach. That doesn’t mean they don’t have unique items.
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February 20, 2003
Kathy Mader Does a burger joint deserve a review? Well, as with any eatery, some do, some don't. TK Burger on the peninsula next to the Newport Pier definitely does. It puts out a no frills, great charbroiled burger, consistently, and it deserves comment. TK Burger has been around since 1980, but didn't step into the "modern era," owner and longtime Newport resident Jim Kalatschan said, until 1986. By modern era, he means a "healthier" way of cooking things, (i.e.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2008
Mothers and daughters can celebrate their favorite naughty rabbit at a special Beatrix Potter-themed tea luncheon at 2 p.m. July 19 in the garden at the Five Crowns restaurant in Corona del Mar. An English tea-style menu will feature blueberry muffins, currant scones with lemon curd, raspberry preserves, crème fraîche and bitter orange and lime marmalade. For the lunch entree, there will be roast beef and egg salad sandwiches on French bread. Also available will be cucumber and watercress sandwiches with Swedish limpa, and a smoked chicken salad on a toasted crumpet.
NEWS
August 10, 2004
Jimmy Stroup The 16th annual Taste of Newport will offer exactly what it's offered 15 times before -- the high-quality food and entertainment that Newport Beach represents. Berlin, Blondie and Kool and the Gang are this year's musical highlights for the three-day September event. "We continue every year to expand the entertainment power of the event, and this year is certainly no exception," Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Vice President Jeff Parker said.
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By: Tsolik Kazandjian | October 5, 2005
Firefighters have a blaze that consumed 1,100 acres of brush over four days in the Verdugo Mountains, but not without some help from local businesses and nonprofits, who were called upon to help authorities as they worked around the clock fighting fire. "They're supplying food, sandwiches, anything we need all over the place," said Kirk Wishart, an engineer with Burbank Fire, adding that Wienerschnitzel even hauled a trailer to a firefighter camp to feed personnel.
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May 26, 2001
The temperatures are in the mid-70s. Gray May will soon give way to June gloom. The down comforter causes more discomfort than comfort, and your plants need watering every day. It's just about that time -- summer! And not much marks the beginning of summer more than patio dining. Well, that and the accompanying sunburn. The end of school used to be the great marker, but being so many years have passed since my last three-month vacation, I now use that tool of ancient scholars, the sun. The sun is plentiful, both beating down and shining off the water at Ruby's at the end of the Balboa Pier.
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October 3, 2003
Greer Wylder When Corona del Mar's Caffe Panini opened in 1995, it instantly became an "in-spot" for the breakfast and lunch crowd. A few years later, it was sold to local restaurateur Moe Ghazi. He then redesigned the kitchen and spiced up the menu with satisfying Mediterranean and Italian entrees. It resembles an upscale European coffee shop. Ghazi's involved with a corporation that successfully runs "in-restaurants" with diverse cuisines. On South Coast Highway in Laguna, there's Mosun Sushi/Sake Bar and Club M, a hip, multilevel sushi bar/night club with live music and dancing.
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November 25, 1999
Kathy Mader In America, we like bigger, better and faster. We're talking about a country that knows the difference between an Internet log-on time of .0008 and .008; people that generally appreciate the "fast" in fast food more than the food itself. Autobistro, at the end of auto row on Pacific Coast Highway, was conceived by owner Jonathan Rodriguez-Atkatz with the plan to offer fast and good food. Hence the "auto," as in fast, and the "bistro," as in tasty, gourmet food.
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By Amy Senk | February 12, 2011
Four local police agencies, including the Newport Beach Police Department, will join forces to conduct a Bicycle Safety Enforcement Operation on Feb. 19 and Feb. 24, police announced. "Extra officers will be on duty patrolling areas frequented by bicyclists and vehicles," according to a police news release. "Officers will be addressing traffic violations made by all vehicle operators, bicyclists, and other vehicle drivers that lead to bicycle vs. vehicle collisions, injuries and fatalities.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 1, 2014
The place the Estancia High boys' soccer team frequents is where Abarham Cortez, one of its players, works. Subway is the spot the Eagles bond off the field. Coaches and teammates say they enjoy watching Cortez make them a sandwich. They joke that he's a sandwich artist after all. The plays Cortez has been making on the field lately are also artistic. Those are what the Eagles admire the most, him serving up goals with his right or left foot, not foot-long sandwiches behind a counter.
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NEWS
August 5, 2013
Four men were arrested Sunday in Newport Beach on suspicion of stealing a bag containing a sandwich - valued at $10 - from a parked car. Oscar Iglesias, 25, of South Gate, Daniel Godinez, 23, and Edwin Yhuit, 27, both of Cudahy, and Daniel Garcia, 28, of Chula Vista, were arrested on suspicion of vehicle burglary and conspiracy, Newport Beach police spokeswoman Jennifer Manzella said. Police received a call about 5:55 p.m. that a man - later identified by police as Iglesias - was seen removing a bag from a vehicle parked in the 600 block of Newport Center Drive, according to Manzella.
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By Sarah Peters | May 5, 2012
One retail center, two business partners and three restaurants opening - all within about four months. It would sound like a crazy plan to most, but for restaurateurs Noah Blom and Leonard Chan, it was opportunity calling. The three restaurants - a waffle sandwich and brew house, oyster bar, and a cocktail and classic American dishes eatery - are moving into the SouthCoast Collection shopping center on Hyland Avenue in Costa Mesa. "This is more about the center, and more about a collective effort of trying to create a culinary center in Orange County," Blom said.
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By Sarah Peters | February 8, 2012
There are two ways to look at the eye of a doughnut: half empty or half full. When each morning pairs the scent of fresh-baked dough with that of the salty ocean air at your beachside bakery, it's easy to live by the positive philosophy. "A happy baker makes happy doughnuts," quipped Roger Eap, 25, owner of Seaside Bakery in Newport Beach. The west-facing bakery next to the Newport pier on the peninsula has caught more than 25 years' worth of ocean sunsets over Blackie's Beach since Eap's father, Kong Eap, 60, bought the tiny shop in 1985.
SPORTS
October 15, 2011
BOYS' WATER POLO Costa Mesa 8, Pacifica 7 COSTA MESA - James Lewis scored on a penalty shot midway through sudden-death overtime to lead the Mustangs to the championship in the Lil' Pickle Sandwich Showdown. Costa Mesa (15-3) went 4-0 in the nine-team tournament and received free sandwich vouchers after edging Pacifica. Wyatt Ferris drew the penalty to set up Lewis' heroics. Goalie Mitchell Grandia also came up big for the Mustangs with 17 saves. Costa Mesa also hosted the Newport Rib Company Classic.
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By Amy Senk | February 12, 2011
Four local police agencies, including the Newport Beach Police Department, will join forces to conduct a Bicycle Safety Enforcement Operation on Feb. 19 and Feb. 24, police announced. "Extra officers will be on duty patrolling areas frequented by bicyclists and vehicles," according to a police news release. "Officers will be addressing traffic violations made by all vehicle operators, bicyclists, and other vehicle drivers that lead to bicycle vs. vehicle collisions, injuries and fatalities.
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By John Reger | November 19, 2009
My friend nearly made me change four lanes in a 50-foot space when she saw the Empanada’s Place sign as we were traveling down Harbor Boulevard. She used to go to the original one in Culver City when she lived there and had been longing for the pastry-style treats that seem to be associated most with Argentina. The restaurant, which anchors the corner of a strip mall that includes a pho noodle house and a Russian deli, has seven tables and is sparsely decorated, but has a café-type feel.
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By Britney Barnes | September 17, 2009
Preparing for this weekend has required Five Crowns to have a fully prepped staff, a seasoned executive chef and enough food to feed a small army: 410 loaves of bread, 100 pounds of fresh horse radish, 80 gallons of creams, 60 prime ribs, 25 pounds of sugar and 3 pounds of fresh vanilla beans. After all, the Taste of Newport isn’t just any outdoor event. The festival features 30 fine dining restaurants showcasing their top tastes, an assortment of wines and musical entertainment and cooking classes.
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