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Checkout Taco Bell’s Forever 21 clothing collection of tanks, hoodies and graphic shirts

After a glamorous runway show held Tuesday night in Los Angeles, Irvine-based Taco Bell has released photos of its first ever fast fashion apparel collection.

Another Taco Bell first: Introducing the Forbidden Bowl and Burrito

In-N-Out Burger adding 2 more restaurants in Las Vegas, boosting Sin City total to 17

Irvine-based In-N-Out confirmed plans to add two more restaurants in the greater Las Vegas-area, boosting its total in Nevada to nearly 20 locations.

The new restaurants are scheduled to open at the corners of Sahara/Hualapi and Flamingo/Sandhill, according to Carl Arena, vice president of development and real estate for the iconic chain.

He said both locations are “still in the final permitting stages and there is quite a bit of preparatory infrastructure work to be completed before we can set a construction start date.”

Once construction begins, the restaurants will likely open within four to five months, Arena said.

“We’re really enthusiastic about

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Irvine Spectrum Center construction triggers tenants changes at the mall

Cafes galore: 4 new coffee houses in Orange County include a Lee’s roastery

The specialty coffee scene in Orange County doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The latest gourmet cafes include a third location for Hidden House Coffee Roaster and a newcomer to the county, Steelhead Coffee, a popular Long Beach cafe.

Hidden House, with its flagship cafe in the historic Los Rios district in San Juan Capistrano, opened a location this spring near the Santa Ana train depot. The cafe roasts its beans and specializes in pour-over coffee. The coffee house is at 511 E. Santa Ana Blvd.

The coffee house owners also opened Dear Lacy in the same center. The bistro, at 601 E.

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8 Orange County restaurant closures include 2 eateries at Tustin District, a bankrupt wine bar, and UCI pub

Can fancy remodels save the fast-food industry?

Communal tables. Self-serve ordering kiosks. Rustic brick walls. Bar counters with outlets for plugged-in millennials.

The snazzy decor is popping up at redesigned restaurants across Southern California. But if you think the posh amenities belong to fast-casual players like Panera Bread or Mendocino Farms, think again. The comfy environment is playing out at some of the region’s oldest fast-food brands.

McDonald’s, El Pollo Loco and Taco Bell are modernizing restaurants to cater to a new generation of diners seeking sophistication, as well as speed and value when gobbling a Big Mac or chalupa.

Fast food chains are striking while the iron is hot.

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One of 2 new In-N-Out restaurants planned for Orange County causing social media flap

Move over Cronut: Molten cheese tarts, a Japanese dessert craze, coming to Orange County