Daily Archives: Tuesday, November 14, 2017

PRIMETIME REPORT

Small business owners with big dreams continue to be an important component in the American economy. In a News Channel 3 special report, reader Primetime looks at three local businesses with limited storefronts, simple operations, and high hopes. Watch video

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SECRETS OF A TAMALE CHEF

Chef Richard Lambert teaches the techniques he uses to make his award-winning tamales and salsas. This 90-minute class is set for Saturday, November 18th, from noon- 1:30 p.m. The classroom is located at 125 Harbor Way, next to the Maritime … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING IN SOLVANG

I recently published a list of places to find a traditional turkey meal on Thanksgiving. The list primarily covered the South Coast. It has come to my attention that there is an online list of restaurants open in Solvang on … Continue reading

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ELADIO’S CLOSES

The Romasanta Family has announced that they have closed Eladio’s restaurant located at 1 State Street. “We are excited to be looking to lease this very special location to an established restaurant operation that will complement our Harbor View Inn … Continue reading

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MISO HUNGRY MOVES DOWNTOWN

Reader sbmizzou let me know that Miso Hungry Japanese restaurant has moved from upper State Street to their new downtown digs at 134 East Canon Perdido Street, the former home of Sojourner Cafe. Miso Hungry is a quick service Japanese … Continue reading

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