Casual dining

Last week’s announcement that Yamashiro, the famed pan-Asian restaurant overlooking Hollywood, would be opening a new location in San Pedro has brought with it a new wave of interest in the still-very-active West Harbor redevelopment where Yamashiro will reside. The massive, multi-million dollar waterside makeover of the former Ports O’ Call Village property has been
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After being sequestered in their homes for months due to COVID-19, consumers are reemerging with a hunger to dine out again. Restaurants are happy to welcome guests but are still reeling from massive changes imposed by the pandemic. Whether reopening dining rooms after extended closures or finding their footing in a world of new omnichannel
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Opulent from the outset, 42 Andros Circuit, Mindarie offers an elegant and modern coastal living opportunity throughout. Enjoying an elevated position with uninterrupted views over parkland and the ocean, the home soars at over two storeys and encompasses an array of capacious areas. Camera IconThis opulent two-storey home boasts parkland and ocean vistas. Credit: The
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Who doesn’t love that “Welcome to Moe’s” greeting when a guest enters the restaurant. While that Mexican food at the popular fast casual restaurant always satisfies, a new beverage has many people excited. With this new beverage addition, Moe’s strikes out on its own. Thirsty to know about this particular sweet sipper? According to Moe’s,
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Seventeen months into the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants across the city continue to open their doors, sometimes because their concepts could be adapted for takeout and delivery, but more often because their owners saw no other choice but to forge ahead. Since March 16, 2020, when the state first temporarily closed indoor dining, hundreds of new
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Deutschtexaner describes German immigrants who settled the Republic of Texas from the 1830s forward, clustering in ethnic farming settlements in a broad belt across the south-central area of the hill country. The establishment of Adelsverein — the Society for the Protection of German Immigrants in Texas — colonized the state. John O. Meusebach, the commissioner
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As COVID-19 has turned the world on its head, few industries have been as shaken up as that of restaurants and hospitality. Worldwide, restaurants and eating establishments have taken a beating as lockdown has resulted in closures, changes, and restrictions to what used to be a burgeoning industry. Borderless Access conducted research to understand eating
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The fast-growing Indian street food concept shows just how flexible its footprint is with new locations planned for Stanford University and University of California San Diego student union areas San Francisco, CA  (RestaurantNews.com)  Curry Up Now, the nation’s largest and fastest-growing Indian fast casual concept popularly known for its innovative and playful approach to Indian
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