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June 14, 2000
Bonnie Fitzgerald, Enjoy! GLENDALE -- Eat Well is a popular coffee shop featuring freshly made, American-style country food like soups, roast meats, vegetables and salad dressings. Lima Leko, the owner, does the baking of the delicious breads, pies, brownies and chocolate chip cookies. Among the dozen salad selections is the $2.50 green salad. This arrives on a medium-size oval plate containing a good combination of Romaine and head lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber, and accented with a small amount of red cabbage and red onion.
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By Bill Scollon | September 2, 2006
Fruits from the tropics ? guava, mango, pineapple and banana ? inspire the name of the Paradise Juice & Deli, a petite eatery tucked into a row of businesses on Riverside Drive. Fresh-squeezed juices, Hawaiian shakes and smoothies top a menu that also includes sandwiches and salads. It's refreshing to find a local independent business making a go of it against juice and smoothie giants like Jamba and Robek's. And refreshing just begins to describe the delicious drinks to be enjoyed at Paradise.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | July 25, 2011
Church Women United of Glendale hosts the 34th annual “Meals on Wheels” program from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 134 N. Kenwood St., Glendale. The salad bar luncheon will feature meat salads, fruit salads, deviled eggs and bread. Tickets cost $8. All proceeds assist those who can't afford the meal. Call (818) 243-9573. There are still seats available for children and teens to join Summer Acting Camp at Glendale Centre Theatre. The three-week camp session is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday from Aug. 1 through Aug. 22 at the theater, 324 N. Orange St., Glendale.
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By Steve Kindred | November 5, 2010
If you check out the new Moore's Delicatessen, at Third and Orange Grove in Burbank, in the space formerly occupied by Ben's Deli, don't plan to hang out long. You order at the counter, and they deliver your meal to your table. The day I was there, a group of four women in business attire ditched the place because they wanted full-table service. "I don't do self-serve," said one. It was their loss. The food is top quality. It arrives fast. And it doesn't disappoint. After all, what deli is really known for its fantastic service?
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By Lisa Dupuy | May 15, 2010
Imagine this scenario: You?ve just received a call from your best friend from high school, the one who always puts on a beautiful dinner when you visit. She?s coming tonight or maybe tomorrow, she?s not sure. You have a report to finish for work, a California Mission project to help your fourth-grader with, and you sure would like to go to that Zumba class. But you?d love to treat her to a nice meal at home. What to do? Enter the Spot. The Spot, recently transplanted from Pasadena to Glendale, is a unique dining establishment.
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By Phillip Hain | May 8, 2010
San Francisco Sub in Glendale might be the ?little sandwich shop that could.? Several factors during our visit indicated they are still working out the kinks but the signs are quite promising that they are moving in the right direction. The décor, ambience and layout of toppings are no different than any of the national sandwich chains but there?s a definite earnestness in their desire to please. They offer two sizes ($4.50 small and $6.50 large) for most of the sandwiches. They used to offer a size in between but that is now covered up on the menu board.
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