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  • The brunch goes on

    The brunch goes on
    The South Beach Wine & Food Festival starts tonight with a barbecue. The weekend ahead will bring sit-down dinners, demos, strolling sampling events, a burger bash, wine tastings and brunch. Lots of brunch. The brunches start Saturday when Bobby...
  • Trend Watch: Dachshund races at Old World Village

    Trend Watch: Dachshund races at Old World Village
    Dachshund races will take place from 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Old World Village in Huntington Beach. The German-themed center is known for the races, a prominent part its annual Oktoberfest, but the dachshund races also take place Sundays year-round....
  • Our Laguna: Patriots Day committee recognizes honorees

    Our Laguna: Patriots Day committee recognizes honorees
    The Patriots Day Parade Committee wasn't making a political statement when it chose "All Together Now" as the theme of the 2013 parade on March 2. "We selected the theme well before the national election in November without knowing its outcome," said...
  • Review: Smith & Wollensky

    Review: Smith & Wollensky
    Forget the simple quiche, fruit salad and cheese Danish that once fueled home-cooked Sunday brunches. Nobody cooks anymore. Too few of us entertain. That's too bad, because I like nothing more than starting off the week with a Bloody Mary, good...
  • Bella's Breakfast Is Special

    Bella's Breakfast Is Special
    Bella's Café 896 Whalley Ave., New Haven 203-387-7107, http://www.BellasCafeCT.com Tucked into the Westville section of New Haven, there is a neighborhood café with a cozy international feel. But don't let the word "café" fool you, Bella's Café...
  • Briefly In the News: Downtown walking tour workshop on Wednesday

    The Laguna Beach Planning Commission is holding a public workshop at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to discuss the results of the downtown walking tour conducted on Jan. 12, according to a city press release. The Planning Commission has conducted community...
  • Dining scene: From spicy tuna to house-smoked tequila

    Dining scene: From spicy tuna to house-smoked tequila
    Red Cow 1025 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-652-1524, RedCowFtl.com Don't call this new spot in the former Texas Hold'Em BBQ a barbecue joint, which is brought to you by the owners of Coconuts, G&B Oyster Bar and The Foxy Brown. Co-owner...
  • Father's Day fare offered in Laguna

    Looking to treat Dad this weekend? Here are some venues in Laguna Beach offering Father's Day specials: * Make it organic Maro Wood Grill offers a three-course brunch with an emphasis on organic ingredients at 1915 S. Coast Hwy. The prix fixe menu...
  • 7 new brunches at Chicago restaurants

    7 new brunches at Chicago restaurants
    This time of year, a good brunch goes a long way. There's the post-holiday-gift-shopping brunch. The visiting-with-relatives brunch. And of course, the brunch with out-of-town friends, during which way too many mimosas are consumed. Whatever the reason...
  • The best places to take Dad

    Looking to treat Dad this weekend? Here are some venues in Newport-Mesa offering Father's Day specials: * Top of the Hill The Resort at Pelican Hill hosts a Father's Day brunch at two restaurants: a three-course a la carte brunch from 10 a.m. to 3...
  • Sundy, Bloody Mary, Sundy

    Sundy, Bloody Mary, Sundy
    Unless you were thinking ahead — way ahead — there's no chance for a table this Mother's Day at Sundy House in Delray Beach. It's sold out. That's OK. Because Sundy House raises the price $17 per person on Mother's Day, Easter and other...
  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Houston, Texas

    Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Houston, Texas
    HOUSTON (Reuters) - Houston is known for its energy companies, urban sprawl, humidity and NASA's Johnson Space Center. But lately the Bayou City has been gaining accolades for a robust cultural scene. From the performing and visual arts to food and...