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Tapas restaurant with Flamenco dancing proposed for Kaleidoscope

A 6,493-square-foot Spanish restaurant with Flamenco shows would open in the Kaleidoscope, under a proposal the City’s Planning and Transportation Commission will consider on Monday, January 9.

Tapas OC plans to leave Newport Beach after 16 years and open in the Mission Viejo entertainment center at 27741 Crown Valley Parkway, Suite 221. The eatery is proposing to serve wine, beer and distilled spirits as well as host live music and dancing.  

During Monday’s meeting, the Commission will also review a plan for the renovation and 1,312-square-foot expansion of the Los Alisos Village, which was built in 1978 at 22900-22942 Los Alisos Boulevard. The proposed renovation includes a new building façade, architectural tower elements, more patio areas and new tenant signage throughout the shopping center. The Los Alisos Village renovation project also includes new decorative lighting, updated landscaping and more parking. 

The agenda also includes a petition to allow the subdivision of a 5.43-acre site owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at 27976 Marguerite Parkway. The proposed plan would result in three parcels – a main church facility and sanctuary; church classrooms; and a 1.15-acre vacant lot that’s expected to be sold to the South County Community College District, which owns Saddleback College.

Commissioners will consider a special sign permit for Saddleback Church that includes new (oversized) monument and wall signs on the office building at 20532 El Toro Road. The church purchased the 44,344-square-foot office building last year.

The Planning and Transportation Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber at Mission Viejo City Hall, 200 Civic Center. For more information, call 949-470-3053.