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  • Anepalco

    Anepalco's Cafe

    3737 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-456-9642

    http://www.anepalcoscafe.com At the second Anepalco’s dinner is served. And it’s then that Danny Godinez starts to really crack his knuckles and show you that Mexi-French cuisine isn’t monopolized by Richard Sandoval’s Raya at The Ritz. Baguettes are served with guajillo chile butter and dessert is from a roster of crepes that, of course, includes one with Nutella and banana. The single best dish has to be a pan-sautéed tilapia where Godinez turns a bargain fish into something as delicate as seabass. Everything you require from a French restaurant fish dish is present, from the coveted crispy sear of the flesh, to a silken potato puree, to a lick-the-plate good serrano beurre blanc an accomplished saucier would sell his soul to produce. More >>

  • Choco-Latte

    840 The City Drive S. Orange, CA 92868
    714-663-8144

  • Friendly Donuts

    4442 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869
    714-538-4942

  • Kokolo 153

    3203 N. Glassell St. Orange, CA 92865
    714-685-9155

  • Mead's Green Door Cafe

    642 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-771-8556

    http://www.meadsgreendoor.com

  • Orange Cafe

    1608 E. Mayfair Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-633-8698

    Orange Cafe is a breakfast place in Orange. The menu is just a couple of pages, all featuring the tried-and-true: pancakes, omelets, ham, sausage—but no waffles, bizarrely enough. Lunchtime brings burgers and sandwiches; there is no dinner. Yet in this decidedly prole environment, the chefs do stab at creativity. Fluffy pancakes come stuffed with strawberries and vanilla cream. The Denver potato pancakes are Rocky Mountains of latkes, ham, sour cream and bell peppers; slit your over-easy eggs over them, and the umami factor explodes to a trillion. More >>

  • Paninoteca Maggio

    195 E. City Pl Drive Santa Ana, CA 92705
    714-426-8095

    http://www.paninotecamaggio.com Paninoteca Maggio’s espresso, derived from a gargantuan machine out of out of a steampunk novel, but it’s more than a donkey kick to the senses: Maggio’s espresso is creamy, earthy, just slightly bitter, a liquid live wire that rivals Portola and Keán for the best espresso in Orange County. The namesake paninis are a small list that makes up for lack of choices with flavors that play off each other with the ease of a Puccini libretto. An Amalfi features salty prosciutto, musky mozzarella, biting arugula, and the tang of pesto, balsamic, and tomatoes; the Toscana’s slow-roasted porchetta radiates with garlic; a meatball sandwich is so fluffy, so juicy, that you want to barge into the kitchen to see if Barshishat’s nona is there making everything. More >>

  • Ugly Mug Caffe

    Ugly Mug Caffe

    261 N. Glassell St. Orange, CA 92866
    714-997-5610

    http://www.theuglymug.com Funky coffee joint with a hair-salon interior. Breakfast muffins and stuff to go with java. Open late, late, late for those Chapman kids next door. They've got bands at night, too, and various desperate poets. More >>

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