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 Flights + Celebrity Chef Slams California: Business News

$20 Flights + Celebrity Chef Slams California: Business News

 Flights + Celebrity Chef Slams California: Business News

CALIFORNIA — From a celebrity chef’s hesitation to open restaurants in California to the grand reopening of Camp Snoopy, there’s a lot going on in California business news this week.

This week, budget airlines are offering $20 flights and restaurants are offering deals to celebrate the Fourth of July. One SoCal restaurant in particular is celebrating its 70-year legacy as one of the first restaurants to serve pizza in California.

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Check out this week’s highlights in California business news on Patch:

Celebrity chef won’t expand business in California ‘until they really fix things’

A celebrity chef will no longer open restaurants in California, citing state crime, regulations and taxes, and addressing its new $20 minimum wage for fast-food restaurants.

$20 Flights in California as Budget Airlines Ramps Up Summer Deals

There are several options for Californians looking to plan a summer vacation on a limited time and budget.

4th of July Restaurant Specials: Takeout and Dine-In 2024

Celebrate America with special pricing and menu items offered throughout the Golden State for Independence Day week.

Long Beach’s oldest restaurant celebrates 70 years

When Domenico’s first opened on June 28, 1954, founder Domenico Spano had to include instructions on how to eat pizza on the restaurant’s menu.

Knott’s Camp Snoopy Opens in Buena Park Boys & Girls Club Gets First Look

Camp Snoopy inside Knott’s Berry Farm has reopened after an update and redesign.

More restaurant news:

  • Two Dublin restaurants have the most creative hot dogs – East Bay Times
  • The New York Times names Berkeley Pizzeria one of the best in the country
  • Hello Kitty Truck visits Walnut Creek and more Bay Area cities
  • McDonald’s closes after 30 years over lease dispute and $20 wage: reports
  • Los Angeles reduces cost of street vending permits by hundreds of dollars
  • Yelp ranks Inland Empire sushi restaurant No. 2 in the country
  • These two California pizzerias are among the best in the country, according to the New York Times in a new ranking
  • Over 150 Southern California Restaurants Win Wine Spectator Awards
  • Kids Eat Free on July 4th at Applebee’s in San Diego County

More business news:

  • Walgreens closes ‘significant number’ of stores: See impacts in CA
  • Lottery to be held for new Concord apartments
  • Build-To-Rent Community Officially Opens in Menifee
  • ‘Next generation tanker aircraft’ to be based in Riverside County
  • Temecula Bail Bondsman Cannabis Shop Approved Amid Criminal Investigation
  • Acrisure Arena injected $168.5 million into the local economy during 2023: report
  • Europa Village nominated for three 10Best awards: vote for your favourite

  • One Metro West Skyrise Apartments nearing construction in Costa Mesa
  • Irvine Nights adds more live tribute concerts through July 2024
  • Disneyland Genie+ service will change in July: what you need to know when you go