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The Arroyo Food Co-op was founded in Altadena almost five years ago by locals who wanted a community-based alternative to large corporate grocery store chains. The co-op reached a major milestone last week as it signed a lease for the old George’s...
Porta Via. Is it Italian for “by way of the door”? Or is it the verb/adverb combo “to carry out”? Either way, you'll want to take everything home from the Italian food emporium bearing this moniker. You may already recognize the...
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
On the Town: Fine dining suits Scarlet Room to a tea; Violinist Jacqueline Suzuki's Glendale concert series continuesKaren Mikaelian, owner of the Scarlet Tea Room, has added “Fine Dining” to her business card. Pasadena's well-known tea room on Green Street, popular for its fancy tea service during the day, has added dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings....
In yet another breathtaking Caltech breakthrough, the world’s only edible Mars rover is on display at the Athenaeum this month. The engineer overseeing the project is Athenaeum Executive Chef Kevin Isacsson, who has supervised the kitchen of the...
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Julia Child, who would have turned 100 this year, found her life's calling only by leaving her hometown of Pasadena for China and France. Had the pioneering celebrity chef stayed in her "parochial" Pasadena, she once confided to a biographer, she...
Let's say that a correspondent has asked if you have been to the new Wuhan restaurant in San Gabriel, and let's say that you answer him, to save face, with the Internet equivalent of a smile and a nod. It is easy enough to find this restaurant — a...
At the conclusion of your meal at Technique, the teaching restaurant affiliated with Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, you're handed an evaluation form. It asks for opinions on quality of food, speed of service, and the like. While I couldn't...
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The city has won a clash over strict rules imposed on a Northwest Pasadena liquor store that officials see as a launching pad for neighborhood troubles. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant said Aug. 28 that the city is within its rights to...
The buzz around Trattoria Neapolis, the new fine-dining establishment on South Lake Avenue, is almost deafening. But there's a lot to buzz about. The venue is spectacular, the service is impeccable, the cocktails are exhilarating, the wine and beer...
Good morning, readers. Today is July 1, 2012 --- a day when several laws are scheduled to go into effect. Last week, we told you about the ban on foi gras. if you still see it on the menu at local restaurants, know they are facing a daily fine of $1,000....
At Griffins of Kinsale, the 115-year-old church pews creaked beneath us and the music of tin whistles rose above the din of conversation and laughter. It’s just what you’d expect to hear at a pub in Ireland. But Griffins of Kinsale is the...
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