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A list of some of our local restaurants that have opened up for indoor dining.
Yang’s Kitchen has adjusted its food menu items for more convenience and less labor intensive prepared dishes, yet they still have the high quality taste of freshness and healthy organic ingredients.
This week long event, formerly called “Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week,” is part of “Visit California Restaurant Month,” which is celebrated in many major cities to help stimulate tourism and patronage at local restaurants.
The throwback music from the jukebox, checkered tile floor, retro furniture of red vinyl bar seats next to the counter, classic diner booths, and the vintage pictures of 1950s iconic Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe and James Dean would take diners back to the ‘50s era.
Jasmine House, a sister restaurant of the well-known Hop Woo Seafood & BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, Los Angeles, serves authentic Chinese cuisine with an ambience of casual and modern family style dining.
The community joined in the whole-day celebration by participating in activities and eating good food.
Earth Kitchen was established in 2017 with the idea of crafting a nutritious fast casual hotpot.
People eagerly lined up early at Ohana Brewing Co, where the festivities kicked off at 4 p.m.
Per tradition, a bagpiper will lead the crowd through the Downtown Alhambra area and make stops at participating restaurants and bars.
The weeklong event generated a lot of buzz, attracting Alhambra locals and in-the-know foodies, along with new patrons in neighboring Los Angeles cities.
An informal social where business people get together, exchange ideas, and develop new relationships. These monthly networking programs are sponsored by and hosted at Chamber member establishments.