Goldrich Kest, owner of the Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort in Newport Beach, is celebrating the company’s 60th anniversary with a 60 Acts of Kindness mission and is seeking nominations for people it can help.
“Goldrich Kest was built on recognizing and fulfilling the needs of a wide spectrum of people, and philanthropy has been a bedrock of our 60-year history,” company President Carole Glodney said in a statement. “Since we launched our 60 Acts campaign, we have helped a great number of folks from different backgrounds, including a former homeless man who needed a new computer so he could continue directing L.A.’s poorest people to resources that could help them, and a young boy with cancer whose wish was for his family to visit Legoland before he starts chemotherapy.”
To submit a nomination, send a one-page description to email@example.com.
Newport Dunes names new executive chef
The Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort in Newport Beach has named Daniel Jimenez as executive chef of its Back Bay Bistro.
Jimenez started at the resort as a line cook in 1990. He received his culinary education in Mexico City.
New wine country-themed restaurant opens in Newport
Olea, a wine country-themed restaurant, has opened in Newport Beach.
Russ Bendel’s establishment, which serves modern California cuisine, is at 2001 Westcliff Drive.
The name is from a genus of trees. Entrees range from $16.50 to $43.50, with desserts around $9.50.
For more information, visit oleanewportbeach.com.
Porsche Design store opens in Costa Mesa
Porche Design is now open on the first floor of Costa Mesa’s South Coast Plaza, near Carousel Court.