- Business Advocacy
On Dec. 4, fire broke out north of Santa Paula, and four Alhambra fire fighters, Captain Andrew Messore, Engineer Cody Vo, Firefighter Fernando Navarro, and Firefighter Jaime Olmos from the Alhambra Fire Department, rolled out of their station in Engine #71 and headed to Ventura County.
More than 30,000 attendees are expected to visit the 200 plus booths to explore Asian cultures.
EMCORE Corporation, headquartered in Alhambra, is a leading provider of advanced Mixed-Signal Optics products that provide the foundation for today’s high-speed communication network infrastructures and leading-edge defense systems.
The Crabby Crab Seafood and Crab House is a wonderful place to eat nutritious seafood in a comfortable and casual environment.
Just off the northwest corner of West Main Street and North First Street in the heart of Downtown Alhambra awaits a “hang loose” dining experience that won’t be easily forgotten.
The menu is impressive with a variety of American staples like mac and cheese and sliders to the more typically Irish dishes like corned beef and cabbage and shepherd’s pie. The focus is on quality and comfort, where you can enjoy a tasty meal with your beer and relax.
The Road to Seoul Korean BBQ all-you-can-eat restaurant has opened at 1 W. Main St.
Alhambra Performing Arts Center, under the direction of Chef and Artistic Director Bill Yee, will present legendary star of stage and screen, Spanish dancer Inesita and her troupe at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 18.
Big Catch Seafood House, Alhambra’s newest seafood restaurant, opened in November at 2 S. Garfield Ave. The restaurant serves Asian Cajun oysters, crab, grilled fish, and U.S. prime beef.