Try Habit in Santa Ana or Lake Forest.
ps99472 said:irvinehomeshopper said:The reality is for every one American eatery closed 2 Asian eateries opened. We will soon see an interesting shifting dynamic. Non TIC retail centers are in the process of getting facelifts to justify a higher rent. At some point Asian eateries will populate all non TIC centers. The ones in TIC centers with the exception of Sam Woo are all struggling too with high overhead. Late 80's Culver/Westpark Asian corridor is losing its popularity to the new Asian Woodbury/Jeffrey corridor.
Wait till Little Sheep opens next to Marie Calendars...
rent said:Asian Tapas in Woodbury Town Center has changed owner. Prices are lower now, and there are 59 items on the lunch special menu. But they no longer offer Hainan chicken over rice which was my favorite there. :-|
traceimage said:rent said:Asian Tapas in Woodbury Town Center has changed owner. Prices are lower now, and there are 59 items on the lunch special menu. But they no longer offer Hainan chicken over rice which was my favorite there. :-|
Wasn't it owned by the same people as Tri-Village? Did they sell Tri-Village as well?
locolocal said:I'm hoping for another bank or Subway because there doesn't seem to be enough of them in Irvine. Looking at the Irvine Company site, I may be in luck. It looks like they're putting in another Chase. I'm so excited.
I'm looking forward to trying some of the new restaurants (like Class 302 & Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill)and hope they'll able to stick around if they're any good.
Chase and... another bank? Heh.irvinehomeshopper said:There are 2 tenants but there is only one building with a large arch portal separating the 2 spaces.