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February 20, 2003
Send DATEBOOK items to the Huntington Beach Independent, 18682 Beach Blvd., Suite 160, Huntington Beach, CA 92648; fax to (714) 965-7174; call (714) 965-7176 or e-mail hbindy@latimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. A complete listing may be found at www.hbindy.com. TODAY The Golden West College Fine Arts Gallery will feature an exhibition titled, "Just Charcoal." The exhibition will feature works on paper by artists Tom Adams, Hilary Brace, Ira Korman, Jim Uikawa, Jim Murrary and Richard Parker though March 7. The gallery is at 15744 Golden West St. Information: (714)
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February 20, 2003
DINING OUT Shima, which means "lake," is a Japanese restaurant as tranquil as its name. This is strictly teppan and sushi -- no booths here. The single store front has a 10-stool sushi counter stretching across the back and four well-spaced teppan tables at the entrance. It is here, at the U-shaped teppan, that Chef David Perez will prepare your order of chicken, fish or steak, which manager/server Marlene Young takes. But first, she brings a cloudy miso soup with tofu cubes, seaweed and onion served in sipping bowls or a fresh mixed green salad with thick Japanese ginger dressing and ice tea or tumblers of hot tea ($1.75)
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August 23, 2001
Mary Furr Breakfast History and the prime rib are legendary at Springdale Bar and Grill. Twenty five years ago we would drive up from southeast Huntington Beach to the furthest northwest corner to eat at La Brique, as owner Gus Harris called it then, the small cafe, which during the week swarmed with nearby aerospace employees who would return on Sundays for cook "Smiley" Marjolo Galgini's breakfast omelets....
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By Terry Markowitz | April 2, 2014
Hotel restaurants are often mediocre, but sometimes you hit upon a really good one. Such is the case with SHOR American Seafood Grill at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach. It opened a little over a year ago and features simple fresh ingredients. Its motto, written on a chalkboard on one wall, says, "Thoughtfully sourced. Carefully served. " The room is large and pleasant, in tones of gray with white accents. I would call the décor casual chic. There is a large outdoor patio in the front with lots of pretty vegetation and another outdoor dining area in the back looking out on the lovely gardens.
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By Terry Markowitz | June 10, 2013
'Tis the season for barbecues. With Father's Day and Fourth of July on our doorstep, thoughts turn to the thrill of the grill. Barbecuing may be America's oldest competitive outdoor sport. The battles are endless. Since that first day when lightning struck a woolly mammoth and men in animal mini-skirts grunted their appreciation of the superior taste of the meat, to the dry-rubbed, pecan-smoked, indirectly heated pork butt, cooked by the all-American male dressed demurely in a printed apron, stylish hat and long gloves, men have debated the nature of "true" barbecue.
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By Michael Miller | August 24, 2012
Megan Hyde arrived at her workplace the morning of July 20 and heard a surprise mention of her former hometown. The surprise was not pleasant. A co-worker at United Auto Credit asked Hyde, a Huntington Beach resident since April, if she had heard about the mass shooting hours earlier at a theater in Aurora, Colo. Remembering the many times she attended the movies in Aurora while working as a server at Red Robin, Hyde logged onto Facebook to see if anyone she knew had been injured.
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By Michael Miller | May 21, 2012
Wednesday afternoon, I attended a fundraiser for the family of Austin Brashears, the Marina High School graduate who died the weekend before in a New Zealand road accident. It was held at the Hot Off the Grill restaurant in northwest Huntington Beach, and I had a hard time getting in - the crowd at the register spilled out so far that anyone entering through the front door had to inch in slowly. The area outside the restaurant, which Brashears frequented before heading to Boston University, had turned into a makeshift memorial for a life cut short.
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By Michael Miller | May 16, 2012
Marina High School has announced a series of fundraisers in the coming weeks for the family of Austin Brashears, the class of 2009 graduate who died Saturday in a crash in New Zealand. Principal Paul Morrow said the school has partnered with a pair of Huntington Beach eateries and plans to collect funds on campus to send to Brashears' family, which is trying to raise enough to have his body transported back to the United States. The first fundraiser began at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Hot Off the Grill at 16522 Bolsa Chica St. The restaurant planned to keep the fundraiser going until 11 p.m. and donate all proceeds from interested customers to the Bring Austin Home campaign, as it's formally known on PayPal.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | September 28, 2011
After more than 23 years, a Laguna culinary institution has closed its doors. Sorrento Grille is no more. But fear not, hungry diners, the dynamic duo of executive Chef Ryan Adams and Chef de Cuisine Mitch Gillan will fire up the ovens again any day now with a brand new concept called Three Seventy Common Kitchen+ Drink. Adams, who has worked at Sorrento for the past two years, was offered the opportunity to buy the place and took it. He then asked his sous-chef Gillan to stay on as chef de cuisine in his new venture.
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | August 27, 2011
HUNTINGTON BEACH — The bar and grill was humid with the number of people crammed inside. Every seat was taken and the pool tables were converted to couches for kids eating French fries. The already noisy room reached a fever pitch Saturday afternoon as Huntington Beach's Ocean View Little League secured a spot in the Little League Baseball World Series final. Kids and adults alike took to their feet at Suds Surf City Sports Grill, 5932 Warner Ave., after Ocean View defeated Big Sky Little League from Billings., Mont., 11-2, setting up a matchup against Japan at 9 a.m. PDT Sunday.
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By Mona Shadia, mona.shadia@latimes.com | July 6, 2011
A waitress and a man who allegedly assisted her with selling cocaine at a popular downtown bar and restaurant pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the sale and transportation of a controlled substance. Police arrested Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, and Victor Mac Davis, 29, in May following a six-month investigation at Killarney Pub & Grill, where Boucher worked. Boucher allegedly sold cocaine to an undercover officer on three different occasions. Davis allegedly assisted her with access to the drugs.
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By Mona Shadia, mona.shadia@latimes.com | June 8, 2011
A six-month investigation has led to the arrest of a waitress who was allegedly selling cocaine on the job at a popular downtown bar and restaurant, according to Huntington Beach police. A man who allegedly helped the waitress obtain drugs for sale was also arrested, Police Lt. Russell Reinhart said. Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, was arrested May 13 at Killarney Pub & Grill, and the man who assisted her, Victor Mac Davis, 29, was arrested nearby. Both are Huntington Beach residents.
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By Greer Wylder | April 20, 2011
It's National Grilled Cheese Month, and you celebrate everyday by trying some of the best in grilled cheese creations at some of my fave spots. At Zinc Café & Market in Laguna Beach and Corona del Mar, I can't get enough of the gruyere cheese grilled in sourdough with pickles, marinated onions and tomato and served with whole grain mustard for $8.95. Zinc is at 3222 E. Coast Hwy in Corona del Mar and 350 Ocean Ave. in Laguna Beach. For more information, call Corona del Mar at (949)
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