- Business Advocacy
Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week brought a lot of energy to the Downtown area.
Downtown Alhambra will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 17, with its ninth annual Pub Crawl. Follow the bagpiper as he leads participants to local pubs.
Located at 208 E. Valley Blvd., the Phoenix Inn offers a variety of Cantonese staples with new dishes to adapt to the changing tastes of the neighborhood.
The Crabby Crab Seafood and Crab House is a wonderful place to eat nutritious seafood in a comfortable and casual environment.
The Auto Club's team of anonymous inspectors has been busy conducting on-site evaluations of nearly 59,000 hotels and restaurants across North America.
“What we’re doing here is unique to Alhambra,” said Phillip Ozaki, general manager of the Ritter Steam Kettle Cooking Restaurant in Alhambra. “We are bringing a whole new eating experience to this area, and we have designed it to involve the entire family.” This is the first Cajun Creole restaurant in Alhambra.
"When I visited Poke Joint, I was able to sample a poke bowl, and I was impressed with the freshness of the fish and how well the flavors combined for a satisfying and quick meal."
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.