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April 13, 1989 | ANN CONWAY
"I could just plaster myself against the wall and fit right in," said a colorfully dressed Debi Bremner, eyeing an equally colorful painting by Ellen Schriebman Salk on Monday night. Spoken like a true Exhibitionist. Bremner, a sartorial standout in a dress dappled in deep purples and reds, is president of the Exhibitionists, a new women's council of the Laguna Art Museum. Monday night marked the coming out party for the new group and for Santa Ana's newest upscale bistro--Gustaf Anders, formerly of La Jolla.
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May 8, 1994 | ANNE MICHAUD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To Orange County, he is a provider of gracious French dining. To his mother, he is her "petit chou"-- little cabbage, a common term of endearment in France. Therese Olhats journeyed from France to Newport Beach for the first time last week to witness the success of her 40-year-old son, Pascal, and his restaurant of the same name. There he uses the lessons of French country cooking learned in his mother's kitchen in Normandy.
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May 8, 1994 | ANNE MICHAUD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To Orange County, he is a provider of gracious French dining. To his mother, he is her "petit chou"-- little cabbage, a common term of endearment in France. Therese Olhats journeyed from France to Newport Beach for the first time last week to witness the success of her 40-year-old son, Pascal, and his restaurant of the same name. There he uses the lessons of French country cooking learned in his mother's kitchen in Normandy.
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April 13, 1989 | ANN CONWAY
"I could just plaster myself against the wall and fit right in," said a colorfully dressed Debi Bremner, eyeing an equally colorful painting by Ellen Schriebman Salk on Monday night. Spoken like a true Exhibitionist. Bremner, a sartorial standout in a dress dappled in deep purples and reds, is president of the Exhibitionists, a new women's council of the Laguna Art Museum. Monday night marked the coming out party for the new group and for Santa Ana's newest upscale bistro--Gustaf Anders, formerly of La Jolla.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
Restaurant Honor: Gustaf Anders, the Swedish cuisine restaurant at South Coast Plaza Village in Costa Mesa, is the only Orange County eatery cited by Conde Nast Traveler magazine in its latest "distinguished restaurant awards." Gustaf Anders, one of "50 American restaurants worth the journey" listed in the January edition, "reflects the Swedish design sense of owner William Magnuson and chef Ulf Anders Strandberg," the magazine says, adding that the food is good, too.
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August 31, 1989 | Mary Ann Galante, Times staff writer
No, that wasn't the Gustaf Anders restaurant in Santa Ana that was listed among the bankruptcy filings the other day. The Swedish restaurant at South Coast Village is alive and well, thank you, its managers said this week. But some customers were jolted by newspaper listings showing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing by Gustaf Anders Partners and Magstrand Inc., formerly doing business as Gustaf Anders Bakery.
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April 29, 1993 | Greg Johnson / Times staff writer
What should an award-winning chef cook when he's in the kitchen of a culinary legend? Ulf Anders Strandberg, co-owner of Gustaf Anders in South Coast Plaza Village, will face that challenge on June 21 when he travels to New York to prepare a dinner at Beard House, home of the James Beard Foundation. Noted chef Julia Child set up the foundation in 1986 to honor the late James Beard, a well-known chef and author. Beard House in Greenwich Village was where Beard made his home.
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May 16, 1991 | BEVERLY BUSH SMITH
Hot on going to the Hollywood Bowl? You might want to leave the driving, and the dinner, to Mr. Stox in Anaheim. The restaurant has reserved 48 seats for each of three different Saturday night programs at the Bowl. For $70 per person, the restaurant provides bus transportation and a gourmet picnic dinner, complete with wines, tables, linens, flowers. Buses leave Mr. Stox at 5:15 p.m. Seats are still available for July 13 (Gershwins Go Hollywood) and July 27 (Henry Mancini conducts). Sept.
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August 29, 1996
Platform shoes and David Cassidy. We're talking the '70s, man. But Bally of South Coast Plaza went beyond conjuring that now-hot decade at its recent reopening party. The company, which specializes in women's and men's footwear, apparel and accessories, displayed 35 pairs of shoes representing styles from 1881 to 1996. The shoes can be seen in windows of the Costa Mesa store until Tuesday. Carl Franz Bally cobbled his first shoe in 1851 in Schoenenwerd, Switzerland.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 1993 | MAX JACOBSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Rain did not dampen the spirit of a "Midsummer Night's Dinner" at New York City's James Beard House on Monday. Chef Ulf (Anders) Strandberg of Santa Ana's Gustaf Anders restaurant became the first Orange County chef to prepare a dinner for the house. The audience for the sold-out event was composed mainly of die-hard food enthusiasts, and Strandberg wowed them. The menu, a variety of Swedish specialties, couldn't have been a bigger hit.
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