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November 15, 1994 | Greg Johnson, Times staff writer
Dining opportunities will be bountiful at Orange County restaurants this Thanksgiving. For those who don't want to cook or to be conventional either, Surf & Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach is offering not only the traditional feast but also a gourmet menu. The hotel's Splashes restaurant will feature Thanksgiving specialties a la carte as well as a three-course dinner from noon to 10 p.m. Prices will range from $15 to $20 for adults, with a $12 "Tom Turkey Platter" for children 12 and younger.
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November 15, 1994 | Greg Johnson, Times staff writer
Dining opportunities will be bountiful at Orange County restaurants this Thanksgiving. For those who don't want to cook or to be conventional either, Surf & Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach is offering not only the traditional feast but also a gourmet menu. The hotel's Splashes restaurant will feature Thanksgiving specialties a la carte as well as a three-course dinner from noon to 10 p.m. Prices will range from $15 to $20 for adults, with a $12 "Tom Turkey Platter" for children 12 and younger.
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September 25, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of the beachfront Surf & Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach filed Friday for U.S. Bankruptcy Court protection. Regency Properties, a San Diego-based limited partnership that also owns and operates the Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula and the Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos, linked the filing, made in San Diego, to "not being able to reach an agreement with Bank of America" to restructure a loan package.
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September 25, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of the beachfront Surf & Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach filed Friday for U.S. Bankruptcy Court protection. Regency Properties, a San Diego-based limited partnership that also owns and operates the Temecula Creek Inn in Temecula and the Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos, linked the filing, made in San Diego, to "not being able to reach an agreement with Bank of America" to restructure a loan package.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 6, 1992 | CATHY CURTIS
The Surf & Sand hotel in Laguna Beach recently unveiled "Laguna Water Wall," a laminated glass sculpture by DeWain Valentine that represents the latest contribution to public art in the city of Pageant of the Masters fame.
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February 29, 2000 | Sharon Nagy, (949) 248-2168
A grease blockage in a sewer line near the Surf & Sand Hotel spilled waste water into the hotel's underground parking lot early Monday morning, city officials said. Four city workers assisted hotel employees with clearing the inch-deep water and debris, City Engineer Steve May said. The city-owned storm drain is on Bluebird Canyon and Coast Highway. Workers used a pump to remove 50 gallons of water, making sure it did not spill onto the beach, said Lloy Thompson, senior sewer service
NEWS
December 9, 1995
James Northcutt, interior designer whose work included major hotels and resorts worldwide. Founder of Los Angeles-based James Northcutt Associates, he was known for classic design and introducing tasteful residential looks to luxury hotels. He decorated such local showplaces as the renovated Hotel Bel-Air and Checkers Hotel in Los Angeles, the new Peninsula Beverly Hills and the Surf & Sand Hotel in Laguna Beach.
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June 23, 1990 | TOM McQUEENEY
Mayor A.B. (Buck) Catlin, 71, was listed in fair condition Friday after a Thursday afternoon bodysurfing accident in Laguna Beach. Catlin was pulled to the shore by beach-goers and lifeguards at about 3 p.m., Laguna Beach Fire Department officials said. He was admitted to the intensive-care unit at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center in Laguna Hills, where he underwent tests Friday to determine the seriousness of his injuries.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 6, 1992 | CATHY CURTIS
The Surf & Sand hotel in Laguna Beach recently unveiled "Laguna Water Wall," a laminated glass sculpture by DeWain Valentine that represents the latest contribution to public art in the city of Pageant of the Masters fame.
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