Spring 2013

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Five Crowns, our inviting English-themed restaurant in Corona del Mar, California and venue for an unforgettable Frank family wedding reception.
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Frank Talk

While looking back on a nephew’s wedding reception, Richard R. Frank recalls the intimacy and elegance of the event, and how that truly represents the unique and special experience that comes with every location.

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Famous for his meat-loving character Ron Swanson on "Parks and Recreation," Nick Offerman certainly has reason to enjoy a meal at the Tam O'Shanter.

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Celebrities spotted dining in our various locations include Kim Kardashian, Michael Chan, and Amy Adams.

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C.C. Brown's famous hot fudge sauce -- unchanged for 80 years!

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C.C. Brown’s Famous Hot Fudge Sauce

A recipe that hasn’t changed for 60 years! C.C. Brown started making just a gallon a day in the back of his store. He perfected the sauce’s incomparably smooth taste, and now you can enjoy it at home! A case of four jars for $32.

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Our CC Brown's Sundae is always prepared tableside with vanilla ice cream in a silver bowl, topped with hot fudge sauce poured from an individual pitcher, hand-chopped roasted almonds and whipped cream.

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Tempting and Timeless – C.C. Brown’s Original Hot Fudge Sundae

The original C.C. Browns’ Hot Fudge Sundae started from humble beginnings more than a hundred years ago. Today, it’s one of our most popular desserts.

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