Business Beat: New attitude, new restaurants

New owner

Quinn’s Pub & Grill, located at 200 Nieto Ave. at Belmont Shore, he could be singing “New Attitude” Patti LaBelle’s 1984 song.

The new owners want everyone to know that “Quinn’s has a new attitude. We want the residents to be part of our Quinn community,” Essem Hari said.

They open at noon every day and report that, “All the beer taps are full.”

Indian fusion

Cali Chilli, at 4111 Viking Way near Carson and Bellflower, opened on May 15 as an exclusive Indian restaurant.

“Cali Chilli is a place with a true Indian soul that has twists to the American classics. It is the modern Indian masterpiece created by the mural of Michelin star chef Manjunath,” according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.

“The response is encouraging and pleasantly surprising; there are many repeat customers, “said general manager Vijay Rajput. He also said that Bengan Bharta lasagna is one of the most popular starters.

There are several vegetarian options. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for brunch Saturday and Sunday, dinner begins at 5:00 p.m., and closes at 9:00 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Sunday at 10pm, Friday and Saturday. . Mondays are closed.

Fresh mass

Demolition is almost complete and construction is expected to begin this week at the pizzeria in the former Papalucci restaurant building, according to Lisa West in the office of Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price.

Michele’s L’antica Pizzeria owner Francesco Zimone says he plans to build two different businesses on the 5,000-square-foot lot: one for Antica Pizzeria and another for Antica Cafe. Both will share a patio at Belmont Shore on Second Street and Livingston Drive.

250 stores

At Home, The Home Décor Superstore, opened its 250th store this month. Helping the Texas chain get that number was the new 118,320-square-foot store located at 2900 N Bellflower Blvd., where there used to be a Kmart.

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