A fresh twist on taquitos Spectrum Center Crunchy, savory taquitos are this year’s trending street food. At Roll-Em-Up Taquitos, they’re rolled fresh, never frozen, then…
Marble Steakhouse and Grill at Woodbury Town Center takes its name from the marbling that flavors steak.
Take a culinary trip around the world with family and friends
Brian Malarkey, who has appeared on six TV cooking shows and created 15 successful restaurants, recently opened a new food hall concept at UCI Research Park.
Gourmet grocer Bristol Farms recently unveiled a new concept with its Newfound Market at Irvine Spectrum Center: 30,000 square feet of elevated ingredients, a food hall with half a dozen fast-casual venues … and Viaggio Pizzeria, its first-ever full-service dining destination.
The broth is cooked for 20 hours. The noodles are made from scratch. The recipes are refined to match the temperature and humidity.
When Cucina Enoteca opened in Irvine Spectrum Center in 2012, it was transformative, delivering a different flavor and experience – from its cuisine to its decor to its in-house wine shop.
You may have seen Chef Paul Cao (and his famous Spaghetti Grilled Cheese) on TV. Cao, the owner of Burnt Crumbs at Los Olivos Marketplace, has appeared on Food Network’s “Chopped,” Cooking Channel’s “Eat St.” and “Junk Food Flip,” and Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food.”
Culinary traditions around the globe have a love of sweets. Here are some of our favorites.
Chef Zov Karamardian launched her first Zov’s Bistro in Tustin, in 1987. She has been named California’s Chef of the Year and Restaurateur of the Year.