Food and Beverage

Food and Beverage

The Wine House
The Wine House

Come to the Wine House when searching for the best wines in California. We offer quality wines for sale in California. Ask about our wine accessories.

www.heartandseed.com
(310) 479-3731
2311 Cotner Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Joan’s on Third
Joan’s on Third

Joan’s on Third is a family owned and operated Gourmet Marketplace, Café and Full Service Catering and Event Planning Company.
Each day, we celebrate food, family and friends in style, with a commitment to delectable offerings, sophisticated décor and exceptional service in all that we do.
Whether dining at our communal Marketplace table or as a guest at one of our signature catered events, we invite you to join our extended Joan’s on Third family at the table, and celebrate with us the everyday beauty and joy of food, family and friends.
Welcome.
 

http://www.joansonthird.com/
8350 West Third Street Los Angeles, CA 90048
Heart and Seed Superfood

We’re a Santa Monica based small company making wholesome Superfood snacks that support modern women’s active lifestyle. Our products are gluten-free, vegan, soy-free, non-GMO, processed sugar-free and made with organic ingredients.
Heart & Seed Superfood granola has been developed over months of research, experimenting and consulting with a number of nutritionists and herbalists. Our granola has about 40% fewer calories than most store-bought granola brands, and is rich in fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals.
All blends are infused with herbs that are known for their properties to naturally balance female hormone system, boost energy, improve digestion, enhance skin and hair.
Currently, we’re offering five granola blends:
1. Beauty
2. Energy
3. Body Guard (antioxidant blend)
4. Hello Detox
5. Peanut Butter & Jealous (indulgent, yet healthy and light peanut butter granola)

www.heartandseed.com
(424) 272-7086
828 6th St. Suite 4 Santa Monica, CA
Farrell’s – Buena Park

In 1963, Robert “Bob” Farrell opened the first Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Portland, Oregon. It immediately became a huge success and by 1970 the company had grown to 58 restaurants. In 1971, Bob Farrell was approached by the Marriott Corporation who subsequently bought the company. He continued to work with Marriott as the company grew to 130 locations nationwide. Under his watchful eyes, Farrell’s never experienced a restaurant failure.

Bob Farrell left the company just prior to its sale from Marriott to a San Francisco investment group in 1985. Bob became an author and motivational speaker. Now under new ownership, the Farrell’s concept was changed from a unique celebration restaurant to a traditional family style restaurant. By 1990 almost all Farrell’s locations closed and the trademark reverted to Marriott who stopped development. Due to this quick process, most guests only remember the original concept and their great experiences.In 1996, a new company whose mission was to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past acquired Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours. From this purchase, a few legal tussles from 2003-2008 again stopped Farrell’s development.In 2009, now under the ownership of Orange County, California based, Parlour Enterprises Inc the company began moving ahead with the return of Farrell’s. Their ongoing goal is to stay true to the philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell is providing input every step of the way as Parlour Enterprises brings Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century.Parlour Enterprises and Farrell’s Pacific are dedicated to continue Farrell’s legacy in the restaurant industry. You will once again step back in time over 100 years to see servers dressed in pin-striped vests, old fashioned ties, and cane hats. The restaurants feature the distinctive “old Farrell’s” appearance of a century past ice cream parlor. The newspaper type menu, old fashioned candy and delicious food and ice cream will let you experience or re-experience what made Farrell’s famous all across the U.S. There are even accommodations for those with certain dietary needs.As for Bob Farrell, he and his wife Mona currently reside in Washington state. Bob is a highly sought-after motivational speaker focusing on customer service. His book, Give ‘Em The Pickle, and his training video, are best sellers.Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours – the place where “old time memories for a new generation” are made every day.

http://www.farrellsusa.com/
8650 Beach Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90620
Farrell’s – Mission Viejo

In 1963, Robert “Bob” Farrell opened the first Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Portland, Oregon. It immediately became a huge success and by 1970 the company had grown to 58 restaurants. In 1971, Bob Farrell was approached by the Marriott Corporation who subsequently bought the company. He continued to work with Marriott as the company grew to 130 locations nationwide. Under his watchful eyes, Farrell’s never experienced a restaurant failure.
Bob Farrell left the company just prior to its sale from Marriott to a San Francisco investment group in 1985. Bob became an author and motivational speaker. Now under new ownership, the Farrell’s concept was changed from a unique celebration restaurant to a traditional family style restaurant. By 1990 almost all Farrell’s locations closed and the trademark reverted to Marriott who stopped development. Due to this quick process, most guests only remember the original concept and their great experiences.In 1996, a new company whose mission was to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past acquired Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours. From this purchase, a few legal tussles from 2003-2008 again stopped Farrell’s development.In 2009, now under the ownership of Orange County, California based, Parlour Enterprises Inc the company began moving ahead with the return of Farrell’s. Their ongoing goal is to stay true to the philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell is providing input every step of the way as Parlour Enterprises brings Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century.Parlour Enterprises and Farrell’s Pacific are dedicated to continue Farrell’s legacy in the restaurant industry. You will once again step back in time over 100 years to see servers dressed in pin-striped vests, old fashioned ties, and cane hats. The restaurants feature the distinctive “old Farrell’s” appearance of a century past ice cream parlor. The newspaper type menu, old fashioned candy and delicious food and ice cream will let you experience or re-experience what made Farrell’s famous all across the U.S. There are even accommodations for those with certain dietary needs.As for Bob Farrell, he and his wife Mona currently reside in Washington state. Bob is a highly sought-after motivational speaker focusing on customer service. His book, Give ‘Em The Pickle, and his training video, are best sellers.Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours – the place where “old time memories for a new generation” are made every day.

http://ww.farrellsusa.com
799 The Shops Blvd The Shops at Mission Viejo Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Farrell’s – Rancho Cucamonga

In 1963, Robert “Bob” Farrell opened the first Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Portland, Oregon. It immediately became a huge success and by 1970 the company had grown to 58 restaurants. In 1971, Bob Farrell was approached by the Marriott Corporation who subsequently bought the company. He continued to work with Marriott as the company grew to 130 locations nationwide. Under his watchful eyes, Farrell’s never experienced a restaurant failure.
Bob Farrell left the company just prior to its sale from Marriott to a San Francisco investment group in 1985. Bob became an author and motivational speaker. Now under new ownership, the Farrell’s concept was changed from a unique celebration restaurant to a traditional family style restaurant. By 1990 almost all Farrell’s locations closed and the trademark reverted to Marriott who stopped development. Due to this quick process, most guests only remember the original concept and their great experiences.In 1996, a new company whose mission was to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past acquired Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours. From this purchase, a few legal tussles from 2003-2008 again stopped Farrell’s development.In 2009, now under the ownership of Orange County, California based, Parlour Enterprises Inc the company began moving ahead with the return of Farrell’s. Their ongoing goal is to stay true to the philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell is providing input every step of the way as Parlour Enterprises brings Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century.Parlour Enterprises and Farrell’s Pacific are dedicated to continue Farrell’s legacy in the restaurant industry. You will once again step back in time over 100 years to see servers dressed in pin-striped vests, old fashioned ties, and cane hats. The restaurants feature the distinctive “old Farrell’s” appearance of a century past ice cream parlor. The newspaper type menu, old fashioned candy and delicious food and ice cream will let you experience or re-experience what made Farrell’s famous all across the U.S. There are even accommodations for those with certain dietary needs.As for Bob Farrell, he and his wife Mona currently reside in Washington state. Bob is a highly sought-after motivational speaker focusing on customer service. His book, Give ‘Em The Pickle, and his training video, are best sellers.Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours – the place where “old time memories for a new generation” are made every day.

http://ww.farrellsusa.com
10742 Foothill Blvd Terra Vista Town Center Shopping Center Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Farrell’s – Riverside

In 1963, Robert “Bob” Farrell opened the first Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Portland, Oregon. It immediately became a huge success and by 1970 the company had grown to 58 restaurants. In 1971, Bob Farrell was approached by the Marriott Corporation who subsequently bought the company. He continued to work with Marriott as the company grew to 130 locations nationwide. Under his watchful eyes, Farrell’s never experienced a restaurant failure.
Bob Farrell left the company just prior to its sale from Marriott to a San Francisco investment group in 1985. Bob became an author and motivational speaker. Now under new ownership, the Farrell’s concept was changed from a unique celebration restaurant to a traditional family style restaurant. By 1990 almost all Farrell’s locations closed and the trademark reverted to Marriott who stopped development. Due to this quick process, most guests only remember the original concept and their great experiences.In 1996, a new company whose mission was to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past acquired Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours. From this purchase, a few legal tussles from 2003-2008 again stopped Farrell’s development.In 2009, now under the ownership of Orange County, California based, Parlour Enterprises Inc the company began moving ahead with the return of Farrell’s. Their ongoing goal is to stay true to the philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell is providing input every step of the way as Parlour Enterprises brings Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century.Parlour Enterprises and Farrell’s Pacific are dedicated to continue Farrell’s legacy in the restaurant industry. You will once again step back in time over 100 years to see servers dressed in pin-striped vests, old fashioned ties, and cane hats. The restaurants feature the distinctive “old Farrell’s” appearance of a century past ice cream parlor. The newspaper type menu, old fashioned candy and delicious food and ice cream will let you experience or re-experience what made Farrell’s famous all across the U.S. There are even accommodations for those with certain dietary needs.As for Bob Farrell, he and his wife Mona currently reside in Washington state. Bob is a highly sought-after motivational speaker focusing on customer service. His book, Give ‘Em The Pickle, and his training video, are best sellers.Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours – the place where “old time memories for a new generation” are made every day.

http://www.farrellsusa.com
3610 Park Sierra Dr. Riverside, CA 92505
Farrell’s – Santa Clarita

In 1963, Robert “Bob” Farrell opened the first Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour in Portland, Oregon. It immediately became a huge success and by 1970 the company had grown to 58 restaurants. In 1971, Bob Farrell was approached by the Marriott Corporation who subsequently bought the company. He continued to work with Marriott as the company grew to 130 locations nationwide. Under his watchful eyes, Farrell’s never experienced a restaurant failure.
Bob Farrell left the company just prior to its sale from Marriott to a San Francisco investment group in 1985. Bob became an author and motivational speaker. Now under new ownership, the Farrell’s concept was changed from a unique celebration restaurant to a traditional family style restaurant. By 1990 almost all Farrell’s locations closed and the trademark reverted to Marriott who stopped development. Due to this quick process, most guests only remember the original concept and their great experiences.In 1996, a new company whose mission was to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past acquired Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours. From this purchase, a few legal tussles from 2003-2008 again stopped Farrell’s development.In 2009, now under the ownership of Orange County, California based, Parlour Enterprises Inc the company began moving ahead with the return of Farrell’s. Their ongoing goal is to stay true to the philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell is providing input every step of the way as Parlour Enterprises brings Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century.Parlour Enterprises and Farrell’s Pacific are dedicated to continue Farrell’s legacy in the restaurant industry. You will once again step back in time over 100 years to see servers dressed in pin-striped vests, old fashioned ties, and cane hats. The restaurants feature the distinctive “old Farrell’s” appearance of a century past ice cream parlor. The newspaper type menu, old fashioned candy and delicious food and ice cream will let you experience or re-experience what made Farrell’s famous all across the U.S. There are even accommodations for those with certain dietary needs.As for Bob Farrell, he and his wife Mona currently reside in Washington state. Bob is a highly sought-after motivational speaker focusing on customer service. His book, Give ‘Em The Pickle, and his training video, are best sellers.Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours – the place where “old time memories for a new generation” are made every day.

http://www.farrellsusa.com
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21516 Golden Triangle Road Santa Clarita, CA 91350