Restaurant Spotlight

Newhall restaurants join for drive-thru event

In an effort to find creative ways to supply their customers with products amid the shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, several Newhall businesses have come together to share their

Telco Brewery Now Open in SCV

By Crystal Duan Signal Staff Writer Tony Santa Cruz and Jaime Hernandez decided to take their home brewing experiments to the next level when they opened Telco Brewery in Santa

Chef Harout Hadjinian invites you home

Embassy Suites’ chef feels at home in the kitchen, mainly because he’s spent so much of his life there. And he wants his guests to feel the same way –

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Pho Sure ‘Fuh’ more than soup

By Jim Walker   Pho Sure opened in The Tesoro Village Shopping Plaza in June of 2011 – to immediate and continuing popularity. As owner Nina Tran explains it, Pho

The Blaq Square

The food is as fresh as the ideas at The Blaq Square, a new Valencia restaurant with a name that reflects the edgy, pioneering style of owners Brad Slaughter and

MJ’s Tap House

Though it’s located in the center of Santa Clarita, the food at the brand new MJ’s Tap House Grill isn’t something you find on the 50-yard-line. The menu at the

Bob’s Country Meats & Deli

Keith Mowry has been cutting meat for about 40 years, and there’s one thing, according to him, that you shouldn’t eat on Thanksgiving. Frozen turkey. “You want something fresh, that’s

Tiburon Grill and Bar

Nader Sohi, the general manager of the Tiburon Grill and Bar in Canyon Country, wants his servers to think like psychologists, assessing the customer’s needs before they even reach their

Man’oushée Cafe

Maral Sabounjian always wanted to open a restaurant. “I’ve always liked food and I’ve always had a passion for it,” she said. Sabounjian originally opened Man’oushée Cafe in Canyon Country

Dario’s Mexican Restaurant

One of Santa Clarita’s oldest and most well-liked restaurants is about to double. Dario’s, located at the corner of Newhall Avenue and Lyons Avenue, has been serving the Santa Clarita

Pho Sure Vietnamese Noodles

Even on a 100 degree day, Pho Sure hits the spot. “Customers say, ‘I’m craving pho,’” said Nina Tran, owner of Pho Sure. Tran and her husband, Scott, opened the