Restaurant Roll Call for April 2012

RH.jpg
What a busy, busy month in this crazy business of restaurants. We Forkers observed everything from the opening of a new French restaurant by the ex-chef at The Cellar, to a new Brazilian BBQ, to another food truck gone brick and mortar, to a waffle sandwich shop that seems to challenge Bruxie. 

Of course, there were closures. One restaurant was barely a year-old. The other was an 65-year-old institution. Both took us by surprise.

Here's this month's restaurant roll call.

RESTAURANT/VENUES OPENED IN APRIL 

RESTAURANT/VENUES CLOSED IN APRIL

Follow Stick a Fork In It on Twitter @ocweeklyfood or on Facebook! And don't forget to download our free Best Of App here!




Location Info

Venue

Map

Slapfish

19696 Beach Blvd., Huntington Beach, CA

Category: Restaurant

Paninoteca Maggio

195 E. City Pl Drive, Santa Ana, CA

Category: Restaurant

The Iron Press

3321 Hyland Ave., Costa Mesa, CA

Category: Restaurant

Bistro Bleu

918 S. Magnolia Ave., Anaheim, CA

Category: Restaurant

Makino Seafood Buffet

1818 Main St., Irvine, CA

Category: Restaurant

Xodo Grill

2143 N. Tustin St., Orange, CA

Category: Restaurant

Hot N Juicy Crawfish

15972 Euclid St., Fountain Valley, CA

Category: Restaurant

Woori Market

14551 Red Hill Ave., Tustin, CA

Category: General

Greenleaf Gourmet Chop Shop

234 E. 17th St., Costa Mesa, CA

Category: Restaurant

My Voice Nation Help
2 comments
MikeHs
MikeHs

Well, I'm not sure of the significance of this, but there's a loser in the West Anaheim Mexican Chicken War. At the corner of Beach and Ball, where at one time there was an El Pollo Norteño, a Juan Pollo, and an El Pollo Loco at respective corners of the intersection, only Juan Pollo and El Pollo Loco remain. I'm not sure when this happened but the El Pollo Norteño is definitely gone.  Personally, I was more of a Juan Pollo fan, and that is where I ate lunch today. Fully satisfied was I.

Now Trending

From the Vault

 

Loading...