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Golden Spoon Café concept opening soon and other business news

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Golden Spoon Café 
The newly renovated and reinvented Golden Spoon Café received a Certificate of Occupancy from the City this week and is expected to open within the coming weeks. Nestled at 26012 Marguerite Parkway, this new café concept specializes in scooping up cultured gelato in many flavors like cookie butter, Rice Krispy, tiramisu and lemon sorbet. The cafe will also offer premium coffees, teas, acai bowls, smoothies, cookies, muffins and fresh pastries.  The renovated GS Café takes the place of the former Golden Spoon. 


Sol Agave 
Sol Agave is satisfying cravings for Mexican fare since it recently opened in Union Market in Kaleidoscope. This upscale Mexican restaurant is known for its organic menu that features kurobuta pork, jidori chicken and fresh guacamole. Head chef Manny Velasco earned awards for his culinary creations – including the 2018 Golden Foodie Award.  Originally, Sol Agave got its start as a gourmet food truck and now has two restaurants with the other locale in San Juan Capistrano. Sol Agave joins 10 other restaurants and retail vendors within Union Market. 
In other news: 

The City received an application for the remodel of the existing McDonald’s restaurant on Alicia Parkway and Trabuco Road. The remodel calls for façade and landscape updates and an outdoor dining area. The updated building façade will include a new color scheme, enhanced entryways and other architectural elements. This revamp will be the first in this location’s history and will help to unify the look with the Alicia Trabuco Shopping Center across the street. 

Develop a Winning Business Plan Workshop - August 22 
South OC Entrepreneurs Academy is holding a business workshop in partnership with SCORE on August 22. Hosted by the City of Mission Viejo, this workshop is from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Norman P. Murray Community Center. It will focus on creating a successful business plan that will help businesses monitor progress and achieve their goals. To register, visit https://orangecounty.score.org.   

This is the second installment of a 2018-2019 program offering free workshops to assist local businesses. For a complete schedule of upcoming workshops, visit https://cityofmissionviejo.org/departments/economic-development

Cyber Crimes Workshop – August 15 
Mission Viejo residents and business owners are invited to a free seminar designed to protect them from cybercrimes on the rise in Orange County. 

Registration is now available for the seminar that takes place on Wednesday, August 15 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way.

Led by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s Cyber Crimes Detail, the seminar will focus on phishing scams, business email compromise, network intrusions, ransomware and malware and phishing scams. Participants will gain vital information about these potential threats and learn what to do if they’ve been compromised. 

The Cyber Crimes Detail, which launched last July, is the only unit in Orange County that specifically investigates cyber-attacks. The detail is also a member of multiple federal task forces focused on high-tech crimes.  Registration is required by contacting 949-470-8433or crimeprevention@cityofmissionviejo.org.

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