DELICIOUS LAST MEAL—Diners eat at Harold’s House of Omelettes on May 7, its final day under the previous owners.
Local diner patrons are rejoicing over some egg-cellent news.
Harold’s House of Omelettes, Thousand Oaks’ oldest restaurant that closed its doors May 7, will reportedly live to scramble again.
The historic eatery on T.O. Boulevard is under new management and is expected to reopen soon, said Diana Felix, a colleague of the investor who is said to have bought Harold’s. His name...
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