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As a whole, Southern California has a notorious reputation for embracing the destruction of our past.  But while we should occasionally acknowledge and accept the scorn that oftentimes accompanies such demolition – the fact that the original Brown Derby in Los Angeles is now the home of a mundane strip mall immediately comes to mind – a lot of this structural ripping and tearing is a…See More
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House of Big Fish and Ice Cold Beer in laguna Beach

by Rich ManningWhen one typically thinks of Laguna Beach cuisine, one’s mind immediately starts associating it with adjectives associated with Laguna’s tautly refined, magazine cover image. Yes, it’s a beach town, and it has a gorgeous winding shoreline to prove it, but theirs is always been a scene where the restaurant crowd has always seemed to know of the concept of surfing but have not, in fact, surf. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course; some of my favorite places to eat…See More
Jun 15, 2010
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House of Big Fish and Ice Cold Beer in laguna Beach

by Rich ManningWhen one typically thinks of Laguna Beach cuisine, one’s mind immediately starts associating it with adjectives associated with Laguna’s tautly refined, magazine cover image. Yes, it’s a beach town, and it has a gorgeous winding shoreline to prove it, but theirs is always been a scene where the restaurant crowd has always seemed to know of the concept of surfing but have not, in fact, surf. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, of course; some of my favorite places to eat…See More
Jun 15, 2010
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Our Dinner At Andrei’s

By Rich ManningWhat’s in a name?Ever since William Shakespeare thrust that phrase into common vernacular through the lips of his character Juliet some four hundred years ago, it has been variously infused with meanings far more fascinating than whether or not someone was a Capulet or a Montague. In these modern times of commerce, a business can harness the unique power of a moniker as a touchstone to tie into their community connections, mission statement, and even their personal history.At…See More
Mar 15, 2010

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What is your favorite food?
Like it ALL!!!
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Neiuport 17

Posted on April 28, 2011 at 12:00am 0 Comments

As a whole, Southern California has a notorious reputation for embracing the destruction of our past.  But while we should occasionally acknowledge and accept the scorn that oftentimes accompanies such demolition – the fact that the original Brown Derby in Los Angeles is now the home of a mundane strip mall immediately comes to mind – a lot of this structural ripping and…

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Sundried Tomato Proves There’s More to San Clemente than Beach

Posted on September 17, 2010 at 2:57pm 0 Comments

By Rich Manning



Whenever I have driven southbound on I-5 and found the need to exit in San Clemente, I always knew to tur n right. This instinct was derived solely from my preconception that all commerce and fun occurred within walking distance of the coastline. This thought process was so thoroughly ingrained in my bean that I had grown suspect of any street going east lasting longer than a half-mile it traversed beneath the interstate. So imagine my surprise when our GPS…

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Matahari Café: Genuine Culinary Excitement on the Balboa Peninsula

Posted on September 17, 2010 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

by Rich Manning



The Balboa Peninsula has long satiated on a reputation for being laid back and casual. The presence of row upon row of tightly packed bungalows that practically rub walls with each other, the nostalgic boardwalk feel of its Fun Zone, and the requisite hang loose attitude permeated by surfers en route to The Wedge certainly renews that calling card practically every weekend. And to be sure, local business by and large responds in kind to the… Continue

House of Big Fish and Ice Cold Beer in laguna Beach

Posted on June 15, 2010 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

by Rich Manning

When one typically thinks of Laguna Beach cuisine, one’s mind immediately starts associating it with adjectives associated…

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Our Dinner At Andrei’s

Posted on March 15, 2010 at 10:00pm 0 Comments

By Rich Manning

What’s in a name?

Ever since William Shakespeare thrust that phrase into common vernacular through the lips of his character Juliet…

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At 11:42am on November 6, 2008, Tony said…
Hi Rich give me a call about a review 714-259-9888

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