At University Center and Spectrum Center, Tender Greens’ salads will make you proud of yourself.
Pressed Juicery’s revolutionary plant-based soft-serve is made from real fruits, nuts and vegetables and features several flavors, including chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
At Los Olivos Marketplace, Puesto offers patio dining with a menu that includes ceviche and gluten-free bowls.
While restaurants are slowly resuming dine-in options, one thing is clear: takeout and curbside pickup are here to stay.
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The modern, fast-casual Indian food restaurant Curry Up Now has chosen Irvine Spectrum Center for its first Southern California location.
Food innovation put Burnt Crumbs’ and chef Paul Cao on the map.
Second-generation owner Lori Reich Rowe chose Walnut Village Center to open her second Little Onion Mexican Restaurant.
Every great city has a secret food scene, and the recently renovated Campus Pplaza next to UC Irvine may be emerging as Irvine’s next “foodie central.”
Irvine Ranch Water District has awarded its first WaterStar Restaurant Certification to Cucina Enoteca, a California-inspired Iitalian kitchen and wine shop at Irvine Spectrum Center.