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Jeffrey Open Space Trail : Get Out There!

Posted by: Ellen Bell
Posted on: Tuesday, Jan 20, 2015

On Saturday, January 10th, Irvine's newest park, the Jeffrey Open Space Trail, was dedicated and officially opened to the public. This 3.5 mile trail in north Irvine was built by the Irvine Company at a cost of more than $30 million. It was given to the City of Irvine as part of the company's commitment to the 1988 Open Space Initiative. No taxpayer money was used. 


The City of Irvine prides itself on its collection of parks and open spaces. I recently spent a morning walking the quiet strip of park land that borders Jeffrey Road in north Irvine. Within minutes, I remembered why I choose to live in this city: when it comes to planned recreational spaces, Irvine gets it right.


It's always been this way. Back in 1960, when the Irvine Company commissioned architect William Pereira to design the future city, the balance between development and open space was part of the plan. The Irvine Ranch and its 110,000 acres offered an historic opportunity for planners to create a city based on a utopian ideal: improve the quality of life of residents by preserving the natural beauty of the surroundings. 


But the Jeffrey Space Open Trail is more than just a pretty place. The trail, which runs along Jeffrey Rd from Portola Parkway to the 5 Freeway, is a living, breathing history museum. All along the path, informative displays tell the story of Irvine and the people and events that shaped its history. Instead of walking through the halls of a darkened museum, visitors can read of the past out in the fresh air, while enjoying manicured lawns and shady California sycamores.

If you start your journey near Stongate Village and walk south, you will literally take a trip back in time.  Every 100 feet or so, a marker will describe a point on the Irvine history timeline. Ever wonder how the city got its name? Who were the people that lived and worked here? What was life like on the Irvine Ranch before more than 200,000 people came to call it their home?

The trail is divided into three, one-mile segments each with its own theme. "Age of Exploration" describes the colorful history of the Native American tribes who lived here, the influence of the Mission Era, and the Rancho Period. "The Irvine Ranch" portion covers the establishment of the agricultural enterprise that flourished here and the family that guided it. The final segment is entitled, "City Building" and covers Irvine's birth and the Master Plan that made it possible. 

One of the most interesting displays on the Jeffrey Open Space Trail is the site where the Irvine Valencia Growers packing house once stood. Built in 1929, the busy packing house was a hub of activity on the Irvine Ranch. It was the place where oranges were cleaned and processed before being shipped across the country.

At one point on the Jeffrey Open Space Trail, the path winds through a "Stonehenge" of original packing house timbers that mark the spot where building once stood. Nearby, another marker shows the location of the Venta Spur of the Santa Fe railway line that once ran through the Irvine Ranch, carrying its produce to market.

I spent about an hour: strolling and stopping, learning about the history of the place I call home. Some facts I knew. Some were surprises. After my visit to the Jeffrey Open Space Trail I left with a greater appreciation of Irvine and its rich heritage. I also found it refreshing that a city so enamored with progress and new development has created a space to honor the legacy of its past.

Filed In: Dining

Il Fornaio Serves Delicious New Regional Menu Pairings

Posted by: Terry Winkler
Posted on: Friday, Jan 16, 2015

My New Year's resolution is to try new things. So in that spirit I decided to experience Il Fornaio's  popular Festa Regionale Friuli-Venezia regional menu, and boy am I glad I did!  

The fun thing about this special menu is you get to customize your meal with choices in each of the four courses.  My handsome date created a manly masterpiece starting with the Zuppa de Fagioie, a hearty cannellini bean soup with vegetables, swiss chard, tomato and Grana Padano crouton. This was paired with the pasta course of Il Fornaio's famous Gnocchi alla Friulana, potato dumplings with Italian sausage, onion, button mushrooms and tomato cream sauce.  Such a delicious dish! The third course was a carnivore's dream:  Spiedini con Polenta a Funghi - skewered mixed grill of chicken, beef, pork tenderloin, sausage and Applewood-smoked bacon served with soft polenta and sautéed mixed mushrooms.  Bring your appetite because this is a lot of food and it's delicious!!

I chose a lighter food pairing, starting with the Insalata di Fere el Formaggio - baked pear salad with arugula, seedless red grapes, radicchio, Belgian endive, gorgonzola, pecans and pomegranate dressing. My pasta dish was the vegetarian Tagliolini al Porcial con Crème el Mascarpone - Taliolini pasta, porcini mushrooms, garlic, Trebbiano wine, Piave Vecchio cheese and mascarpone.  Sumptuous!  My main course was the Filetto di Branzino alla Greca - Grilled filet of wild seabass with black and green olives, capers, tomatoes and Trebbiano wine, served with mashed potatoes and sautéed organic spinach.  Heavenly!  I may be in love and must return for this fish dish again.

ooo and Il Fornaio offers several wine suggestions to compliment each item.  I chose my dinner to dance divinely with a lovely white.  Totally out of my comfort range as i usually go red. And let me tell you, the white was perfect with the seabass. Quite a lovely dance, indeed.

We finished up the night with two dessert cart selections:  the chocolate soufflé and the vanilla ice cream with espresso.  If you've never experienced the desserts at Il Fornaio, trust me, make your reservation today and thank me later.


Filed In: Dining, Events

Irvine Restaurant Week 2015- Three Amazingly Affordable, Healthy, and Delicious Options

Posted by: Sharlene Earnshaw
Posted on: Friday, Jan 09, 2015


Food can be healthy, well-sourced, taste fantastic, and not cost much- who knew? The chefs behind three restaurants participating in this year's Irvine Restaurant Week, Urban PlatesTender Greens, and Avocado Cafe, most definitely do. Luckily, they want to share their passion for food, healthy eating, and cost-friendliness with you. Today marks the first day of Irvine Restaurant Week, running now through January 15, 2015, and the resulting meal specials make it a great time to try some of what the Irvine food scene has to offer.

Who says you have to dine at the Four Seasons in order to have a great meal? Chef Zac, one of the men behind the menu at Urban Plates, and a former Four Season chef, certainly doesn't think so. His mission is simple. Bring high quality, well-sourced, and incredibly delicious food to the masses. He has taken his skills and Culinary Institute of America pedigree into the work of fast-casual food and those who have already had the pleasure at Urban Plates thank him.

The concept is simple. Order at the counter. Choose from hand-carved meats, salads, soups, stews, sandwiches, and pizzettes as well as over a dozen sides. Most meals which typically feature and entree and one or two sides, cost just $10. Round out your meal with made-from-scratch desserts, local microbrews, regional wines, organic sodas, or seasonal juice blends-all reasonably priced- and you have a tantalizing meal for a very tempting price. 


Urban Plates won't be serving you asparagus in December or cranberries in July. Seasonal eating is important. It helps keep costs down and the food taste at its best. They also know grass-fed beef tastes better. So that is what they are committed to serving. Chef Zac doesn't want to feed his children mass-produced chicken fingers and fries so he doesn't serve them to your kids either. Instead the kids can enjoy a free-range chicken sandwich or a pizza made with organic cheese, dough, and sauce and topped with nitrate-free pepperoni. While your children may not appreciate the importance of keeping ingredients as wholesome and fresh as possible, they will most definitely appreciate the resulting taste that comes along with ingredients of that caliber.  

Irvine Restaurant Week Special

Urban Plates will be offering a variety of sandwiches, plates and salads for just $10. Included with the sandwiches are chips, one side/soup, and either a replenisher drink or cookie. The plates include two sides/soups and a replenisher or cookie. The salads include your choice of replenisher or cookie.


There has been quite a bit of talk these days about farm to table dining. Many restaurants use this trendy phrase deceptively. All restaurants can claim that their produce originated from a farm, but the real questions to ask are how many miles did that produce have to travel and how many days elapsed between when it was picked and when it was placed in your mouth? There are those that claim farm to table and then there is Tender Greens. Executive Andrew Bent explains that Tender Greens is a " true farm to table restaurant. We source many of our ingredients from Alegria Farms in the Orange County Great Park". Ingredients also come from a few other partner farms around Southern California, such as Scarborough Farms in Oxnard. As a result, the produce is not only more nutrient dense than what can be found at your local grocery store, it also tastes far better. Taking a look at the lunchtime line of people meandering out the door, it is easy to see that Chef Drew's customers are tasting the difference and coming back for more.

Luckily, Tender Greens is a quick-service restaurant and things move fast, so you can get your meal in no time. Options include big plates which feature a meat (chicken, steak, albacore tuna)or grilled vegetables as a hot plate served with a side of mashed potatoes, placed into a sandwich, or top of a your choice of simple salad. The restaurant also serves up a variety of big salads and soups. Everything is made in house. Even the yogurts and dressings. And while the food quality and taste is reminiscent of something you would find at an upscale restaurant, the prices reflect just how important it is to Tender Greens to make high quality, healthy, and delicious food available to the masses. Full-sized entrees are just $11.50.

Irvine Restaurant Week Special 

I had the privilege of trying Tender Greens at the Irvine Spectrum Center's Irvine Restaurant Week dinner special. "The idea behind the Restaurant Week menu was to emphasize the bounty of local seafood and citrus." This three course meal begins with an oven-roasted Baja oyster with P. Balisteri Salumi prosciutto, mushroom, cream and meyer lemon. It tastes even better than it sounds. The main course is a grilled local yellowtail cioppino with mussels, clams, octopus, and potatoes in a tomato and fennel broth that demands you soak up every last bit with your side of grilled bread. Dessert is a beautiful citrus olive oil cake with local winter strawberries and marscapone. The price for this three course bit of heaven? Just $12.50. Make it a priority to experience this for yourself. Any soup or side can be substituted for the oyster and any salad, sandwich, or hot plate can be substituted for the cioppino if you should so desire.  


When sisters Haywood and Taylor Wright took over ownership of the Avocado Cafe seven months ago they had an important goal in mind- to serve up some of the healthiest and best tasting sandwiches in Orange County. They knew that in order to do this they would need to use quality ingredients and made it their mission to do so without raising food costs for their customers. All of their bread comes from Puritan Bakery and their produce is delivered daily, to ensure freshness and quality. The sisters are especially excited about their meats, which come from Hamilton Meats. The chicken is free range, the pork comes from a sustainable farm in Oregon, the turkey tastes like Thanksgiving dinner, and everything is nitrate and additive free. Furthering their commitment to quality, the cafe features Stumptown Roasters coffee and espresso drinks.   

Avocado Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch daily. A popular breakfast with customers is the Avo Toast- toasted squaw bread, seasoned avocado, two poached eggs, tomato and sprouts. Also popular are the smoothies, such as the peanut butter and banana, and fresh juices. The lunchtime focus is on freshly made sandwiches and salads. The Tower 9, made up of squaw bread, homemade chicken salad, avocado, pepper jack, sprouts, cucumber, tomato, spring mix, and mustard, is both delicious and massive. My favorite Avocado Cafe sandwich is the Cuban which is equally huge and contains oven roasted chicken, Black Forest ham, avocado, Swiss cheese, pickles, spicy mustard, and wasabi mayo all served hot and pressed inside a fresh ciabatta bun.  

Irvine Restaurant Week Special 


During Irvine Restaurant Week Avocado Cafe is featuring a three course lunch for just $11. Customers can choose from either the Tower 9 sandwich, Cuban sandwich, Tuna sandwich, or Green House salad which features mixed greens, avocado, cucumber, tomato, carrots, mushrooms, sprouts, cheese, sunflower seeds, and goes especially well with their jalapeno ranch dressing. Side options include kettle chips, large pasta salad, and large chickpea salad (my personal favorite). Dessert is your choice of either rich butterscotch pudding or a lighter chocolate avocado mousse.  

 Good to know: While parking is definitely at a premium directly in front of the Avocado Cafe during the lunchtime rush, there is plenty of free two-hour parking in the center's parking garage.  

Filed In: Dining

EATS Kitchen and Bar at Hotel Irvine: Irvine Restaurant Week 2015

Posted by: Ellen Bell
Posted on: Friday, Jan 09, 2015

Irvine Restaurant WeekSnap! Tag! Enjoy!

EATS Kitchen is challenging all Irvine amateur foodie photographers to give it their best shot.

Just take a great picture of your favorite dish during Irvine Restaurant Week, January 9th - 15th.

Eats Kitchen 

Then follow @EatsKitchen on Instagram,  tag your photo with #EatsKitchen and #Irvine RestaurantWeek.

You'll be eligible to win an exclusive dinner for four created just for you by Orange County's award-winning Chef Jason Montelibano. One winning photo will be selected based on a combined score of visual presentation, most appetizing and best caption by a random panel of judges.*

EATS Kitchen

EATS Kitchen and Bar is Irvine's newest gastropub, featuring craft beers, signature cocktails, and comfort food classics with a culinary twist. Irvine is incorporating more chef-driven restaurants into the city and the creative fare at EATS Kitchen is a welcome change of taste. 

eATS Kitchen

The menu is full of surprising twists and turns; like grilled niman ranch pork belly wrapped in a steam bun, or lamb gnocchi with feta and kale, topped with spiced granola. Every dish carries an innovative flavor that redefines the traditional comfort food profile. Perhaps the biggest surprise at EATS Kitchen are the affordable prices, with the majority of the items well under $20. 

EATS Kitchen

The atmopshere is casual and laid back, and even though EATS Kitchen is popular with Irvine visitors, its the perfect local spot for neighbors to feel right at home too. It's a place to settle in for awhile, start with something to share and then relax after dinner by the firepit outside.  Think of it as a great local restaurant that just happens to be inside of a hotel. 

All during Irvine Restaurant Week, EATS Kitchen will offer a two-course lunch for only $12, and a three-course dinner menu for $25. (tax and gratuities excluded)

So stop in and get acquainted with your new favorite neighborhood hangout....and post your pics!

Eats Kitchen

Maybe even a selfie or two....

*The dinner is valued at $200, excluding alcohol, tax and gratuities. Not valid on holidays, holiday weekend or during special events. Certificate will expire June 30, 2015.

IRW Eats Kitchen 


Eats Kitchen

Irvine Restaurant Week 2015: Where to Watch the Big Game?

Posted by: Ellen Bell
Posted on: Wednesday, Jan 07, 2015

Irvine Restaurant Week

On Monday, January 12, I'll be in front of a TV screen, rooting for the Oregon Ducks to win the first ever college championship game. 

Fortunately, Irvine has many great options for watching sports while enjoying a good meal and Irvine Restaurant Week is the perfect time to give one of them a try.

Here are three of my favorite places to satisfy my hunger for sports as well as for delicious food. 

Bluewater Grill

The District in Tustin

The Bluewater Grill, at The District in Tustin, may seem like an unexpected place to watch sports, but it's actually the perfect fit. Bluewater Grill offers the best of both worlds; the casual elegance of a dinner out and the fun and ambiance of a great sports bar. The great food and service comes with a reasonable price too, so watching the game at Bluewater Grill feels like an affordable splurge.


There's plenty of comfortable seating with a great view of various flat screen TV so you'll never miss a play. Plus, the wide variety of quality sustainable seafood is consistently delicious. The sauces, slaws and chowders are house-made, and each fresh fish selection is classically prepared. 

There's also an amazing weekday Happy Hour from 3:30 - 6:30, featuring $4 treats like fish tacos, tai-chili chicken wings or ceviche lettuce wraps. You can also choose from a wide variety of craft beers or wines by the glass, all at special prices.

During Irvine Restaurant Week, Bluewater Grill is offering a special two-course lunch menu for $20 and a three-course dinner menu for $30. (excludes tax and gratuity) 

The Counter

Park Place
2981 Michelson Drive
949 596 7227 
Woodbury Town Center
6416 Irvine Boulevard 
949 336 7272

When I want burgers and a ballgame, I go to The Counter, at Park Place or Woodbury Center. It's not just that a burger and fries go perfectly with first downs and field goals.  When I go to The Counter to watch the game, I get to call the plays.

This is the place where you build your own burger, choosing from a wide variety of the best ingredients; like hormone-free beef, artisanal cheeses, and spectacular sauces like smoky chipotle aioli or cabernet mustard. Top your burger masterpiece with  roasted red peppers, crispy onion strings, or turkey chili. The possibilities are endless.

The weekday Happy Hour specials will put a smile on your face too, with $2 mini burgers and $2 off wines and adult shakes. You can also sample local craft beers on tap, like Trestles IPA, from Left Coast Brewery in San Clemente. 

The Counter is offering a %10 discount of the regular menu during Irvine Restaurant Week.

Lampost Pizza

14450 Culver Drive #E


Watching sports can be serious business, and the 13 flatscreens at Lampost Pizza  keep you focused on the task at hand. A local icon at Walnut and Culver for more than 30 years,  Lampost Pizza is a great place to watch any sporting event, especially when you want to be in the company of other sports fans.

On any given Sunday during football season, this place rocks with NFL fans, since all games are televised. Plus, the pizza is perfect every time; a consistent recipe that has pleased Irvine families for decades. What many Irvine residents may not know is that Lampost Pizza has its very own microbrewery on premises. Backstreet Brewery makes handcrafted beers in small batches to insure freshness and quality.  There's Pacific Pale Ale, Heritage Hefeweisen, and my personal favorite, Back Street Blonde.


All during in Irvine Restaurant Week, Lampost Pizza is offering a large, one-topping pizza, two dinner salads and four soft drinks for $29.95.

Middle East & Asian Eats for Irvine Restaurant Week

Posted by: Amanda Nguyen
Posted on: Tuesday, Jan 06, 2015

naanbreadandhummusIt's another Irvine Restaurant Week, and this year I tasted the IRW menu from Japanese restaurant Curry House, Vietnamese Restaurant Ha Long, and Middle Eastern Restaurant Cumin. All restaurants serve as great catering options! Check out my thoughts below and Happy Eating!

Irvine Restaurant Week occurs JANUARY 9-15, 2015

Choose from some of the City's best restaurants and enjoy a two or three course meal at special prices. Now is your chance to discover new restaurants and appreciate all of your favorites at a discounted price!


Curry HouseI had never tasted Japanese curry before Curry House, and let's just say I was instantly hooked! For $18 during lunch or dinner, you get a beverage, soup or salad, an entree dish, and dessert! I ordered a green iced tea (refreshing), a miso soup (which was a tad different than I'm used to due to the larger croutons, I could probably use a smaller portion of the soup just because I get full so quickly), the New York Steak Curry (the steak was so tender and was perfectly complemented by the toasted garlic, curry and rice), and ended with a delish green tea ice. You can't pass up a deal like this, especially since they're are so many options! The Curry House is fairly spacious with an open dining area and beyond amazing and friendly staff and waiters! The Curry House has been I'm excited to go back. 

Curry House Restaurants

14407 Culver Dr

Irvine, California 92604 

(949) 654-1449


Mon - Thu: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm

Fri - Sat: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm

Sun: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm 

Parking: Lot


Ha Long Vietnamese Cuisine

 An opportunity to try a Vietnamese restaurant? Always will take that opportunity! I was really excited to try Ha Long since it was not a pho (noodle soup) focused restaurant and offered menu items such as banh mi (baguette sandwich), an array of noodle dishes, spring and egg rolls to name a few. I left the restaurant like I was going to explode from eating so many dishes of good food (I almost each offering from their IRW menu). For $15 you receive 1 Spring Roll & 2 Egg Rolls, a Noodle Dish, and platter of 6 Beignets for dessert. I really like the spring roll and egg rolls (perfectly crispy); the Spaghetti with Beef is almost exactly like how my mom makes sphagetti at home, it's just a tad bit sweeter at Ha Long; the Garlic Noodles with Tofu does not taste like it is inundated with too much garlic flavor and the tofu is easy to chew; the Glass Noodles pack peppery flavor which is balanced by the veggies and chicken; and the Chow Mein with Chicken was my favorite out of the noodle dishes, I like the taste of the egg noodles with the veggies and chicken; don't even get me started on the beignets which I was expecting one but received a platter of six warm morsels of dough completely covered in powdered sugar (just how I like it).* The Beignets here are the best I've had here in OC besides in New Orleans. All in all I had such a wonderful experience here as owner Linda filled me in on the history behind the restaurant and her customer's favorite dishes. You just might have dined at one of her family's many Vietnamese restaurants in Irvine and the surrounding areas. Ha Long was like stepping into my childhood and experiencing all my most cherished family dishes and just tasting, to me, good old Vietnamese comfort foods. 

* The noodle dishes shown above were made for me at a smaller portion, the actual IRW portion will be larger. 

Ha Long Vietnamese Cuisine
3850 Barranca Parkway
Irvine CA 92606

(949) 654-3736


Monday-Sunday 10:00am-8:30pm

Parking: Lot

History on Ha Long

As told my Ha Long owner Linda Tran.

We've been open since July 2012. My family currently operates 2 other businesses in Irvine; Pho Ba Co & Photasia. A total of 11 pho restaurants throughout Orange County. Ha Long is the first sandwich shop/catering establishment.

It all started in the early 80's with my family's first restaurant Thien Thanh in Little Saigon. While teenagers were hanging out with their friends on the weekend, I was working for my parents; so it was natural for me to take on the family business.

My grandparents have 11 children so my childhood was filled with get togethers and parties. Our parties were always centered around food. That's why I started Ha Long. Food brings people together. I wanted to offer a convenient way for my clients to come together and celebrate without the hassle and hard work of prepping and cooking. I know because I've tried to do it all by myself. There's decorating for the theme, making cakepops, goody bags and cooking . It's exhausting!

I've had many people tell me that their so happy that we offer catering because they are so tired of pizza or the taco guy. With our extensive menu there's something for everyone. I'm extremely excited to introduce Vietnamese cuisine to Irvine.

cumin_IRW CuminI'm a sucker for Middle Eastern food and was ecstatic to try Cumin's IRW menu. For $11.99 you receive a fountain drink; naan bread and hummus; and a plate with salad, rice, and I chose chicken tikka (also tried two sauces Garlic and Hot Sauce, but IRW customers will get to choose one sauce). The hot sauce was a bit too spicy for me, but I liked the garlic sauce. The flavors together were incredible and I really enjoyed every bite! The naan was so good with the hummus that was topped with olives, and the chicken tikka was perfectly charred and married together well with the rice, salad, and sauces. Cumin is more of a casual spot, but it's very open and a great place to get to grab your food to go, or enjoy inside/outside. There are so many choices in protein for your plate, which one will you try?
14141 Jeffrey Rd
Irvine, CA 92620
(949) 988-7554
Monday-Saturday 11:00am-9:00pm
Sunday 11:00am-8:00pm
Parking: Lot

IRVINE RESTAURANT WEEK Prix Fixe MENU - $11.99(plus tax)


Hummus with Naan slices


Choice of one: Chicken Tikka, Steak Tikka, Lamb Shawarma, Chicken Shawarma, Gola Kabob, Chicken Seekh Kabob, Falafel, Grilled Tofu

Choice of one: Yogurt Mint Sauce, Garlic Sauce, Hot Sauce

Fountain Drink


Filed In: Dining, Insider Scoop

Tai Chi Cuisine- Buns, Noodles, and Atmosphere

Posted by: Sharlene Earnshaw
Posted on: Monday, Jan 05, 2015

There is a new Chinese restaurant in town, quickly making its presence known within the community. Located in the ever bustling Orange Tree Square Shopping Center, home to Ranch 99 Market, Tai Chi Cuisine opened on September 20, 2014 and is already making strides at separating itself from the pack. The ambiance at Tai Chi Cuisine immediately tells guests that this is one Chinese restaurant that is not trying to be like all the rest. Unlike many little restaurants where the ambiance feels more like a dingy afterthought, Tai Chi welcomes guests with a light and welcoming atmosphere, complete with modern furnishings and an open kitchen. The restaurant is owned by the Chow family, immigrants who came to this country with a deep desire to share food from their home region, Tianjin, outside of Bejing. Most days you will find Mrs. Chow busy in the kitchen, taking time to greet her customers with a kind and welcoming smile.

Tai Chi specializes in many things, including their dumplings. Thick, chewy, and full of flavor, their steamed buns are can't be missed. I had the opportunity to try beef, pork, cabbage, and seafood, and found all of them to be delicious but the pork bun holds an extra special place in my heart.  

Tai Chi Noodles

Tai Chi's noodle dishes are another item that can't be missed. Served piping hot in a rich beefy tomato broth, the beef noodle soup with grains warms up the entire body, making it especially enjoyable on a cold winter day. Mrs. Chow reports that their Tianjin northern-style noodles are well-liked UCby  Irvine students. The restaurant's freshly squeezed juices are equally popular, as their prices- typically just $7-10 for most entrees. 

Tai Chi Cuisine

5414 Walnut Ave.



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