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Celtic eatery nears debut

 Families of both Scottish and Irish descent have teamed up to open a Celtic-themed pub in the heart of Jamestown, which local business leaders are hoping will benefit the area’s business community.

Members of the Kelley, Leedom and McEwen families are hard at work remodeling what was formerly Azzo’s Restaurant at 18228 Main St.

Hooligan’s Pub and Eats will serve up beer, traditional Celtic dishes and live music in what’s intended to “breathe some life into the community,” said Jennifer McEwen, who will handle the business’s day-to-day operations.
  


McDonald’s offers free coffee to its customers through mid-January


Tuolumne and Calaveras county coffee lovers are in for a treat — a free one at that — Until Jan. 15, local McDonald’s Restaurant’s will offer a free small cup of coffee to customers, with no purchase of other items necessary.

The fast-food giant announced that now through Jan. 15, participating restaurants will offer a free small Premium Roast Coffee made with 100 percent fire-roasted Arabaca beans to all customers during business hours.


Business notes for Jan. 4, 2012


Greek immigrants serve up success


A Tuolumne County family of restaurateurs is living the American dream, one breakfast platter at a time.

The Mitsopoulos family has owned the Pine Tree restaurant next to the Best Western Hotel on Hess Avenue for the past 13 years and they have owned six other restaurants in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to the diner they own several rental properties in California.
   


Ag notes for Dec. 28, 2011


La Bella Rosa opens Sonora shop


    The new La Bella Rosa Winery tasting room and gift shop in Sonora is designed to offer visitors a multi-layered taste of Italy.
    Visitors will be able to taste wines made by owners Don and Lynda Peterson, sample specialty food items such as olive oil, olives and vinegars, and browse through home decor products and gifts, all in the spirit of Tuscany.
    Lynda Peterson said she comes from Italian ancestors, and she loves Tuscan decor. It fills her home as well as the tasting room at La Bella Rosa Winery and the new tasting room and gift shop.
  

Carson Hill plant gets concrete investment


    Investment in a new technologically advanced concrete plant has a Carson Hill contractor eyeing big projects and adding jobs.
    The 20-foot-tall plant at Carson Hill Rock Products south of Angels Camp is Caltrans-certified, which allows the company to bid projects like the upcoming Highway 108 bypass extension in East Sonora, the new courthouse and jail being built in San Andreas and the Tuolumne County Law and Justice Center, said dispatcher Pete Hill. It began operation almost eight weeks ago.
  

Ag notes for Dec. 21, 2011


Business notes for Dec. 21, 2011


Angels firm aids Midwestern town


    A small architecture firm in Angels Camp is helping to rebuild a tornado-ravaged town halfway across the country with high-tech modular buildings.
    Aspen Street Architects is in charge of building a temporary home for St. John’s Regional Medical Center after a massive twister destroyed the building in Joplin, Mo.
    The firm is designing modular hospital units to fit together like a giant jigsaw puzzle, with the goal of completing construction in April, according to company founder Dave Hitchcock.
   

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