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March 5, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A San Diego-based chain of bagel shops will soon bring its first restaurant to this area in a move to grab a big bite out of Orange County's growing market for the chewy rings of dough. The Baltimore Bagel Co.--with a menu of more than two dozen varieties of bagels--including chocolate chip and banana nut--will open the most elaborate store in their 10-restaurant chain in Irvine's Jamboree Center at Harvard Place next week, joining about a dozen other bagel-only eateries in Orange County.
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December 10, 1992 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
Chain Opens O.C. Stores: Bagels, anyone? Restaurant critics say Orange County doesn't have many world-class delis, but now it has two Baltimore Bagel shops. The 12-year-old San Diego chain opened its first Orange County store--and its first store outside San Diego--in Irvine in March. The second Orange County store, in Laguna Niguel, opened Nov. 3. The shops offer 25 kinds of bagels and bialys, plus hot sandwiches (on bagels, naturally) and a variety of cream cheese spreads.
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December 10, 1992 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
Chain Opens O.C. Stores: Bagels, anyone? Restaurant critics say Orange County doesn't have many world-class delis, but now it has two Baltimore Bagel shops. The 12-year-old San Diego chain opened its first Orange County store--and its first store outside San Diego--in Irvine in March. The second Orange County store, in Laguna Niguel, opened Nov. 3. The shops offer 25 kinds of bagels and bialys, plus hot sandwiches (on bagels, naturally) and a variety of cream cheese spreads.
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March 5, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A San Diego-based chain of bagel shops will soon bring its first restaurant to this area in a move to grab a big bite out of Orange County's growing market for the chewy rings of dough. The Baltimore Bagel Co.--with a menu of more than two dozen varieties of bagels--including chocolate chip and banana nut--will open the most elaborate store in their 10-restaurant chain in Irvine's Jamboree Center at Harvard Place next week, joining about a dozen other bagel-only eateries in Orange County.
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December 10, 1988 | MICHAEL GRANBERRY, Times Staff Writer
Baltimore Bagel Co. is selling 800 to 1,000 oat bran bagels a day. At Jimbo's . . . Naturally, a health-food store in North Park, the manager says bulk sales of oat bran have undergone a "dramatic, scary" increase. "Oat bran has flat-out gone crazy here," said Fred St. Michel. At Hillcrest Health Foods, sales of oat bran have intensified due solely to ravenous consumer demand. What's going on with oat bran?
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March 7, 1989 | MICHAEL GRANBERRY, Times Staff Writer
Between munches of a chicken salad bagel, one woman said she had heard that Skinheads did it. "I heard they painted the 'S,' " she said in a conspiratorial whisper. "I heard they wanted to paint a W and a P, as well, for Supreme White Power. That's what the Skinheads like to paint. But the police caught them before they could do the other two letters." The women were lunching at Baltimore Bagel Co.
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March 16, 1990 | ANTHONY PERRY
A grim piece of San Diego history is getting a public airing in a fund-raising letter from Gregory Peck. The actor is appealing for contributions to the KLANWATCH project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is suing Fallbrook racist Tom Metzger over the beating death of an Ethiopian man in Portland.
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December 3, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD, Anne Michaud is a staff writer for The Times Orange County Edition
Adding to its English roadhouse ambience, Five Crowns has signed on costumed carolers to sing during dinner hours, through Christmas Eve. The carolers plan to dress in traditional old English outfits. The restaurant, which specializes in prime rib and Yorkshire pudding, offers a Continental menu. 3801 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar. (714) 760-0331. Speaking of places that turn diners' imaginations back to simpler times, the McCharles House has produced its own blend of teas for the holidays.
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August 26, 1991 | TONY PERRY
You hear such things, you see such things. * Poway likes to brag that it offers country living in the city. I'm beginning to believe it. Lost-and-found classified ad in the Poway Chieftain: "LOST: Red white face calf. Weighs 275 lbs. Last seen behind K-Mart." * Tourist to local in downtown San Diego: "How do you get to City Hall?" First you get some developers to give money, then you hire a political consultant . . .
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April 20, 1992 | MICHAEL GRANBERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sunday proved to be a day of extremes in San Diego County, with residents flocking in near-record numbers to area beaches, churches and restaurants, and avoiding shopping centers and most of their customary haunts altogether. With unseasonably warm weather fueling summery conditions, an estimated 87,000 people turned up at beaches between Point Loma and Black's Beach near La Jolla, officials said. City lifeguards staged more than 100 rescues made necessary by savage rip currents.
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