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March 10, 2010
Media Village celebrates 10 years Media Village, Burbank-based Gangi Development Co.?s mixed-use development in downtown Burbank, celebrates its 10th anniversary in March. While marking its own milestone, Gangi is recognizing several of its retail tenants who have occupied Media Village since its inception, and so who will also be celebrating their own 10th anniversary. ? Pinkberry to host happy hour Friday To celebrate the introduction of its newest frozen yogurt flavor, mango, Pinkberry will host a happy hour from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | February 6, 2010
Everyone loves a good Happy Hour. But at Carousel, one of Glendale’s best Middle Eastern restaurants, it’s even better. Here it’s called Happiest Hours. They deserve the name because the unique food and drinks they serve are just a little bit better than ordinary. A while back, the management at Carousel invited a bartender who specializes in cocktails using fresh juices and organic liquors and liqueurs, to wow them with some new creations. Over the course of a week (a very happy week)
BUSINESS
By Rachel Kane | March 7, 2007
On the quieter side of Burbank's Magnolia Boulevard, there is a little bar with a big food menu and no kitchen. Thai, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Indian and almost anything a hungry bar-goer might want to nibble can be delivered to Bar 21 at 4108 W. Magnolia Blvd. in 20 minutes or less. Food delivery between the hours of 6 and 9:30 p.m. has been a successful addition to what Bar 21 offers, owner Craig Trager said. The idea came from a friend who frequented a bar in New York offering the same service.
NEWS
By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | January 10, 2012
Location is everything. Unfortunately for the McCormick & Schmick's seafood restaurant in Burbank, its location appears to have led to its closure. The restaurant, tucked in an office/commercial corridor along Olive Avenue near Warner Bros. and NBC studios, had already stopped opening on weekends prior to its closure last week, said Burbank Deputy City Manager Joy Forbes. Forbes, who spoke with the restaurant's assistant manager on its last day of operation on Jan. 3, said the business had been relying on lunchtime crowds and happy-hour patrons who might stay for dinner.
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May 21, 2003
Chamber mixer is Thursday MEDIA CITY CENTER -- A cash drawing of $175 will be up for grabs at the Burbank Chamber of Commerce's monthly mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Chevy's Mexican Restaurant, 701 N. San Fernando Blvd. The event features a happy-hour buffet, margaritas, draft beer and wine. Tickets are $10 for members, $15 for prospective members. For reservations and more information, call 846-3111. Burbank Macy's honors 'Star Dad' MEDIA CITY CENTER -- Burbank Macy's will recognize its store manager, Del Hernandez, for his outstanding achievements at home, the workplace and in the community.
BUSINESS
By Chris Wiebe | February 13, 2008
When Smokin’ Jacks replaced Tony Roma’s along the downtown strip on San Fernando Boulevard, the new owners had big changes in mind. And about two years after the restaurant was remodeled and transformed into what it is today, partners Frank Alix and Jerry Cedicci have set their sights on the menu. “We want to be more the feeling of a community restaurant,” Alix said. “You can get what you want and not worry about how much money you are going to be spending.
NEWS
June 9, 2004
Jackson Bell Gitana restaurant, once plagued with a rash of problems like drunken melees, has new owners, a new approach to business -- and now the state's permission to serve liquor again. The state's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control gave the restaurant, which lost its liquor license Feb. 13 during an ownership change, another permit Tuesday. But at the request of city officials, the permits' conditions have been restricted to curb repeats of past alcohol-related problems.
NEWS
By Christopher Cadelago | June 12, 2010
MEDIA DISTRICT — Happy hour at Sardo's Grill and Lounge hasn't been as chipper since state officials closed the Pass Avenue bridge as part of the $47-million Hollywood Way onramp project. "For nine months now you could walk in at 6 o'clock and there would be three people at the bar, unfortunately including me," said owner Seymour Satin, who has seen sharp declines in business since workers reopened the Hollywood Way-Alameda Avenue bridge, but then moved ahead with construction of the new onramp to the westbound Ventura (134)
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By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | January 10, 2012
Location is everything. Unfortunately for the McCormick & Schmick's seafood restaurant in Burbank, its location appears to have led to its closure. The restaurant, tucked in an office/commercial corridor along Olive Avenue near Warner Bros. and NBC studios, had already stopped opening on weekends prior to its closure last week, said Burbank Deputy City Manager Joy Forbes. Forbes, who spoke with the restaurant's assistant manager on its last day of operation on Jan. 3, said the business had been relying on lunchtime crowds and happy-hour patrons who might stay for dinner.
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BUSINESS
March 10, 2010
Media Village celebrates 10 years Media Village, Burbank-based Gangi Development Co.?s mixed-use development in downtown Burbank, celebrates its 10th anniversary in March. While marking its own milestone, Gangi is recognizing several of its retail tenants who have occupied Media Village since its inception, and so who will also be celebrating their own 10th anniversary. ? Pinkberry to host happy hour Friday To celebrate the introduction of its newest frozen yogurt flavor, mango, Pinkberry will host a happy hour from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | February 6, 2010
Everyone loves a good Happy Hour. But at Carousel, one of Glendale’s best Middle Eastern restaurants, it’s even better. Here it’s called Happiest Hours. They deserve the name because the unique food and drinks they serve are just a little bit better than ordinary. A while back, the management at Carousel invited a bartender who specializes in cocktails using fresh juices and organic liquors and liqueurs, to wow them with some new creations. Over the course of a week (a very happy week)
BUSINESS
By Rachel Kane | March 7, 2007
On the quieter side of Burbank's Magnolia Boulevard, there is a little bar with a big food menu and no kitchen. Thai, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Indian and almost anything a hungry bar-goer might want to nibble can be delivered to Bar 21 at 4108 W. Magnolia Blvd. in 20 minutes or less. Food delivery between the hours of 6 and 9:30 p.m. has been a successful addition to what Bar 21 offers, owner Craig Trager said. The idea came from a friend who frequented a bar in New York offering the same service.
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