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Le Peep, a breakfast-focused restaurant chain that has branches in several states, has opened its first California location in Laguna Hills. Specialties include Benedicts and “Panhandled Skillets”. 26548 Moulton Pkwy Ste M, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Graze, the new burger joint by Chad Aldrich and Makara Ung of The Coconut Truck, has opened at 4th Street Market. Specialty burgers include a jalapeno with tequila aioli. 201 E 4th St., Santa Ana, CA 92701
Macchiato, an Asian-inspired coffee and teahouse based in Monterey Park, has opened in Santa Ana, next to Gold’s Gym. Snacks such as waffles and paninis accompany coffee and tea flavors such as Japanese Matcha, tiramisu, and horchata. 1935 E 17th St., Santa Ana, CA 92705
A restaurant called Grandpa’s Kitchen – Dry Noodles 168 has opened in Garden Grove. It specializes in hu tieu Nam Vang kho, which is Phnom Penh noodles topped with pork shrimp, liver, heart, quail egg, with the soup served on the side. 14208 Brookhurst St., Garden Grove, CA 92843
Maaoca, a creperie that also offers acai bowls, has opened in San Clemente. 211 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente, CA 92672
Before becoming an award-winning restaurant critic for OC Weekly in 2007, Edwin Goei went by the alias “elmomonster” on his blog Monster Munching, in which he once wrote a whole review in haiku.