Did you miss WOW! this week? You must be hungry! Come chow with WOW! at Aroma Pizza & Pasta. Judge the meatball contest, learn the secret weapon in the kitchen and meet Ace, the proud owner and Lake Forest local.
Did you miss WOW! this week? Catch up with us here and chow with WOW! at Cloud Cafe, home of Lake Forest's steamed omelette. This Wednesday WOW! went up in the clouds to find the steamiest, dreamiest omelette this side of the five freeway. Cloud Cafe's steamed omelettes are a hidden gem in Lake Forest and we want everyone to know!
Hey locals, welcome back to another wonderful week of WOW! We're Open Wednesday's with Bob Ampe and Krissy Wilcox. Lake Forest Shop & Dine partnered with Bob Ampe, Associate Broker with Coldwell Banker Realty, to go behind closed doors of Lake Forest's small businesses to reveal neighborhood heroes, give exclusive discounts and showcase the Lake Forest Shop & Dine Experience! #LFWOW This week WOW! steps into the kitchen of Cloud Cafe. A Lake Forest hot spot that just had a major move! We check out the new facility, dreamy steamy omelettes and the secret to getting a table during the
Supervisor Lisa Bartlett's 5th District Small Business Grant Relief Program is coming to an end on July 19. Lake Forest small businesses are given grants on a first come first funded basis within the cities allocation. Lake Forest currently has 153 for profit grants available and 38 non profit grants available.
Lake Forest Schools Won’t Reopen After Newsoms Criteria Shuts Down OC Board of Education Decision to Reopen in Fall
Monday the Orange County Board of Education voted to reopen schools for in-person learning in the Fall. Governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference Friday regarding California schools opening their doors and Orange County doesn't meet the state's criteria to reopen.
Hey locals, we're back with WOW! and this week we went to Las Fajitas Mexican Grill in the industrial part of town, Mercury Road! If you missed yesterday's live stream you can catch up here and meet Sandra, owner of Las Fajitas Mexican Grill. originally a Newport Beach staple, Las Fajitas ditched the sand and came to Lake Forest last August.
Almost two years ago State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond pitched an ethnic studies curriculum as a high school graduation requirement. The California Department of Education revisited the proposal July 7 with a series of four webinars highlighting ethnic studies and their importance to education and society.
Tune into WOW! this Wednesday at 4 p.m. on Bob Ampe's Facebook and meet Sandra, owner of Las Fajitas Mexican Grill. Las Fajitas came to Lake Forest from Newport Beach and left the crowds behind! Sandra, has over 20-years of restaurant experience and makes sure her kitchen is sparkling clean. Her regulars STILL come down from Newport Beach (home of the old Las Fajitas) because there is nowhere quite like Las Fajitas Grill.