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Twice a month, legendary bartender/chef/restaurant insider Dave Mau pops by Stick A Fork In It to chime in about a random OC food or drink musing of his choice. Enjoy! Yep, you heard right. Comment?
The day of reckoning is near for El Patio, Anaheim's beloved Mexican restaurant. With plans approved in January to demolish the shopping center where it stands , the hole-in-the-wall has to be out by April 26. But fret not, El Patio faithfuls: The Anaheim staple has found a new location just a half-mile down the street and will be reopening in May! "It's going to be bittersweet," says Douglas Molina, vice president of El Patio. Comment?
Hey Buena Park, do wanna rock and roll all night and party every day? And um, have some hot wings and pizza? Because The Starchild and The Demon, a.k.a. Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons of KISS, are going to open a branch of their Rock & Brews restaurant right across from Medieval Times and their sword-clanging knights. The groundbreaking is going to happen next Monday, March 30th, with Buena Park Mayor Art Brown and probably select members of The KISS Army. Comment?
It's a good idea to forgo meat a week before going to Bulgogi House. On the day of your trip, skip breakfast. Comment?
Bionic Records in Buena Park is bustling on New Year's Eve. Owner Mike Desisto, better known as 'Mike D' to longtime patrons, stays busy answering phones and ringing up costumers buying the gifts they really wanted for Christmas but didn't get under the tree. Comment?
It's no big surprise that unionized workers, unions, union-friendly community groups, and union-loving activists have called for a boycott of El Super, the Mexico-based supermarket giant with more than a few stories in Orange County. The chain's workers--even the unionized ones--aren't exactly paid well; health inspectors have dinged El Super for violations. Comment?
Crazy Chi-Mac has a lot going for it--a doting Korean mother-type who'll ladle the soup into bowls for you until its 2 a.m. closing time on weekends--but there are only two things that should convince you to go, like, right now: the beer and the fried chicken. As with Zoomak Asian Bistro in Buena Park and the Past Memories in Garden Grove, Crazy Chi-Mac is a Korean tavern where Hite, OB and Cass come out in big pitchers and the customers don't get loud until about 9 or 10 p.m. But it may be the first Korean pub around these parts to specialize in fried chicken. Comment?
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