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July 13, 2007
On returning from vacation in France, several of my friends have commented on the Gallic version of McDonald's. They mentioned upscale décor and menu choices. I assumed they were referring to minor cosmetic touches with a nod to European taste buds. Ketchup, for example, is a condiment that's never been popular overseas. Earlier this week I was online reading a blog by a Texan who lives in Germany. I came across a post about the food served in German McDonald's. There were many comments by readers on the poor quality of Mexican food in Germany.
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By Lisa Dupuy | September 18, 2009
There’s a charming new place to meet a friend for breakfast, lunch or dinner on North Brand Boulevard in Glendale. Owner Sevan Azarian, a culinary school graduate and former Patina Group chef, has designed a bistro of casual elegance with a friendly vibe and tasty food. Recess, Sevan’s favorite subject in school, is a place to take a break from work, play a little and enjoy life. He’s definitely captured that feeling at this, his dream restaurant. They’re still working out a few kinks, but Recess Eatery is destined to be a hit. Upon entering the airy, light-filled space, you’re faced with a display case filled with delicious-looking gourmet deli salads that takeout patrons can buy by the half-pint or pint ($3.50/$5.
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By By Bill Scollon | December 24, 2005
maggazinosThere's a little out-of-the-way, jewel of a sandwich shop on Pass Avenue that's easy to miss if you're not looking for it. Studio Caffé Magazzino is a small, intimate space with a funky country décor and a passion for healthy and uncomplicated fare. Before the 4th Earl of Sandwich popularized the dish that bears his name, a sandwich was merely known as "bread and meat" or "bread and cheese." The popularity of sandwiches really took off once bakeries began selling sliced bread in the early 1900s.
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By Rebecca Bryant | September 30, 2011
Robert Downey Jr. stared at me all through my lunch. I was eating at Studio Café Magazzino, a tiny, home-spun café across from the massive Warner Bros. complex, enjoying the homemade soup and sandwiches, when I noticed that Sherlock Holmes himself was looking right through the window, his gigantic eyes boring out from a poster covering a beige stucco building corner. The view inside the café was less distracting. A distressed, white picket fence covers part of the counter and potted ivy spills over an old metal icebox and sink in one corner.
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By Donna Huffaker Evans | October 10, 2009
A bowling alley is not the first place you?d associate with food. Intermittent wafts of deodorizing foot spray? Yes. Discordant clanging and the likelihood of chipping your manicure? Yes. But as a viable suggestion for a refreshing repast, bowling alleys probably rate a notch above gas stations. Sure, nachos or chicken fingers are fine between frames, but I wondered if the food at Pickwick Bowl in Burbank or Glendale?s Jewel City Bowl could stand up to a sit-down meal. ? Pickwick Bowl Tucked inside the arcade area, Pickwick?
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By Stan Wawer | October 2, 2010
La Cañada Flintridge's Cafe Solé has a Manhattan Italian restaurant feel to it, with a modern but classical decor. It's certainly not what you would expect in a strip mall. The restaurant is close enough to the Glendale (2) Freeway to hit it with a frozen meatball. The restaurant had my party of three hooked with the complimentary bruschetta — fresh ciabatta served with a tomato salsa with olive oil — that raised our dining expectations. Cafe Solé has been open only a few weeks under new-old ownership.
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By Lisa Dupuy | January 9, 2010
When I first heard about a new sandwich and salad place in Glendale called Rayhun, I had two thoughts. First, I thought, ?I wonder what Rayhun means.? And second, I silently groaned, ?Whoopie, another sandwich place.? Well, my curiosity has been satisfied, and my cynicism has been crushed. Rayhun means sweet basil and is one of few words that means the same in Armenian and Persian. The husband and wife who own and operate this eatery chose the name to honor their heritage.
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July 13, 2007
On returning from vacation in France, several of my friends have commented on the Gallic version of McDonald's. They mentioned upscale décor and menu choices. I assumed they were referring to minor cosmetic touches with a nod to European taste buds. Ketchup, for example, is a condiment that's never been popular overseas. Earlier this week I was online reading a blog by a Texan who lives in Germany. I came across a post about the food served in German McDonald's. There were many comments by readers on the poor quality of Mexican food in Germany.
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By By Bill Scollon | December 24, 2005
maggazinosThere's a little out-of-the-way, jewel of a sandwich shop on Pass Avenue that's easy to miss if you're not looking for it. Studio Caffé Magazzino is a small, intimate space with a funky country décor and a passion for healthy and uncomplicated fare. Before the 4th Earl of Sandwich popularized the dish that bears his name, a sandwich was merely known as "bread and meat" or "bread and cheese." The popularity of sandwiches really took off once bakeries began selling sliced bread in the early 1900s.
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