Los Angeles Times

South County

Overview Food

Recent News

View All News
 

Former Angel Garret Anderson sells his home base in Irvine for $9.6 million

Garret Anderson, the former slugging outfielder for the Angels and Dodgers, has parted ways with his personal dugout in Irvine. He’s sold his estate in the Shady Canyon community for $9.644 million. Built in 2009, the Spanish-style mansion features such Old World details as a clay-tiled roof, white-plaster...

Food

View All Food
  • Taco scene gets creative with Italian and German pairings

    Taco scene gets creative with Italian and German pairings

    The taco is one of Southern California’s quintessential eats, as much a part of our regional food culture as it is a purely Mexican invention. Handheld rounds of masa serve as blank canvases on top of which everyone from local street taqueros to fine-dining chefs have long placed meats, cheeses...

  • New Irvine business wants one nation, under tea

    New Irvine business wants one nation, under tea

    Born from a zeal for American history and a fondness over tea came the business that 26-year-old Blake Driver co-founded with his father, Tod Driver, and uncle Brad Driver. America’s Tea, an Irvine-based business that launched in March, has flavors representing 14 states and cities. The business...

  • Bennett: At this Irvine speakeasy, You Never Know — except that it'll be impeccable and creative

    Bennett: At this Irvine speakeasy, You Never Know — except that it'll be impeccable and creative

    Walking into You Never Know is like walking into an alternate world within an alternate world. Or rather, it's like being transported to somewhere that exists in the real world after you've first wandered through a computer rendering of a more hip, alternate one. Either way, walking through a hotel...

More News

EDITION: California | U.S. & World
58°