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The 75 best restaurants in Orange County in 2019 (15-1)

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 3, 2019

-fire grill and doesn’t get any better than this. 7631 Edinger Ave., Huntington Beach, 714-894-2792, solitatacos.com Whole chickens are roasted on the wood-fire rotisserie at Solita, a Mexican restaurant in Huntington Beach (Photo by Brad A. Johnson

, Orange County Register/SCNG) 13. A Restaurant (2018 ranking: 20) The red leatherette booths, polished wood paneling and series of black-and-white photographs pay homage to the 1920s, when this place first opened. Yes, this is one of the oldest restaurants

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Ready to eat inside a restaurant again?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 13, 2021

nearly half a million restaurant workers in L.A. County. (If you’re employed at a restaurant and want to schedule a vaccination appointment, here’s one place to start.) My colleagues and I hear more and more about staff from restaurants of all kinds

What happens when a restaurant worker gets COVID-19?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 13, 2021

department. Advertisement Ashley said the L.A. County Department of Public Health visited the restaurant for a routine inspection just a week before the incident in November but provided no information on testing. “No one has reached out to communicate any

What happens when a restaurant can't pay the rent?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • September 16, 2020

government bailout package that would help both property owners and restaurants. He, along with local restaurant owners Nancy Silverton, José Andrés, Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne, are part of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, a nationwide organization

restaurant or adjustments made to run a restaurant during the pandemic. Styne said more than 200 members of Congress and 27 senators, including Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), have signed on to cosponsor the bill

Is It OK to Eat at a Restaurant During the Pandemic?

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • July 31, 2020

huge divide between those who have the resources to pay for in-home childcare or instruction and those who do not.” Dining On-Premises at a Restaurant “I suppose this is framing the question as: Am I risking lives or saving restaurants? The answer is

, but stillsupport a restaurant and its workers. In general, activities outside are lower risk than those inside. And wearing masks whenever within six feet of anyone with whom you’re not in a ‘bubble’ helps reduce that risk significantly. So dining

How to take a restaurant road trip to New York, Chicago and beyond, without leaving the kitchen

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • March 4, 2021

, eating at chef Marcus Samuelsson’s soul-food diner Red Rooster. Samuelsson’s fried chicken and waffles at Red Rooster became so famous, he launched a separate restaurant, Streetbird Rotisserie, dedicated to the dish. Although Streetbird closed, the

Ask Brad: What does a restaurant critic cook during a pandemic?

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • April 15, 2020
Q: Hey Brad, what does a food critic cook while sheltering in place?  A: While I still get most of my food from restaurants, I am currently cooking more than usual. I’ve been focusing on things that I can repurpose or freeze and eat again next...

Buy a Restaurant Gift Card, Help an L.A. Community in Need

Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • March 31, 2020

purchasing a gift card to be enjoyed once we are through this challenging time. You can do so knowing you are helping not only one struggling industry or community in need, but many.” Own a restaurant and want to participate? Email onemorehelping

A food critic and a restaurant face the pandemic over pastries

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 17, 2020

novel coronavirus; the national death toll continues to mount. How irresponsible was it to be out of my apartment to grab breakfast? Was it worth the risk to support a restaurant I’ve praised as a critic, and where I’ve lingered over many off-duty meals

The coronavirus has shut down L.A. restaurants. What is a restaurant critic to do?

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • March 20, 2020

left unchecked. But that doesn’t mean I’m not mourning the sudden departure of restaurants from our lives. The life of a restaurant critic is one of extreme bounty and privilege. Everyone knows this intuitively and I know it in my bones. I grew up in a

tiny shift in the economic currents can nudge a restaurant toward closure. The COVID-19 pandemic has blindsided the industry and we are bracing for mass closures. Many restaurants cannot survive on takeout and delivery revenue for long. Thousands of