MAKES ITS MARK ON L.A.’S DIVERSE DINING SCENE

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MAKES ITS MARK ON L.A.’S DIVERSE DINING SCENE

Alhambra, CA, January 3, 2018 — The Downtown Alhambra Business Association (DABA) is presenting its first “Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week” from January 22-28, as part of “Visit California Restaurant Month,” a national event celebrated in many major cities to help stimulate tourism and patronage at local restaurants.

The weeklong promotion spotlights the diverse cuisines of Downtown Alhambra’s restaurant scene. Diners can enjoy Italian, American Continental, Asian Fusion, Japanese Fusion, Thai, Hawaiian, Korean, Irish, Peruvian, Indian, Mexican and more, thanks to specials and prix-fixe menus from participating eateries.

Restaurants are offering 2-3 course menus priced anywhere from $15 -$30 for lunch, and $20 – $50 for dinner. Diners simply need to call and make reservations, visit the restaurant(s), and ask for their Taste of Alhambra prix-fixe menus.

In its inaugural year, Taste of Alhambra Restaurant Week is featuring a unique collective of 15 restaurants, including: Mancora Peruvian Cuisine, Shakas Hawaiian, Budda Belly Modern Kitchen, Charlie’s Trio Café, Vinos at Trios, 38 Degrees Ale House & Grill, Sage Bistro 626, Limerick’s Tavern, Diner on Main, Big Catch Seafood House, Bon Appetea, Tokyo Table, SideBar Grill, Dickey’s BBQ Pit Alhambra, and Mahan Indian.

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