The HOT SPOT Free Summer Night Series The HOT SPOT offers music, fashion, art, and dance. The second annual Hot Spot begins August 6th through 27th. It will be held every Saturday from 5 p.m to 8 p.m at the Renaissance Plaza, northeast corner of Garfield and Main. August 6 will kick off
You got a secret sauce? Alhambra Source is looking for some BBQ recipes — beyond hot dogs and hamburgers — with an Alhambra flavor.
"Environmental groups are pushing the California Legislature to ban the sale and possession of shark fins, causing an emotional split among Chinese Americans for whom shark fin soup is a traditional delicacy," the LA Times reports. The Alhambra Source previously reported on local
Punjab Indian Grocery is a well-kept secret among Middle Eastern restaurants from surrounding cities. Aside from samosas and chilies, there's also an array of natural hair dyes.
Nicknamed "Soy Sauce Western Food," the fare at local cafes reflect the assimilation of Chinese culture with the Western world. A contributor connects it with her own family's self-styled dishes.
With its offering of fresh fruits and mixed drinks, Fruteria Huerta is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds.
Prompted by a Twitter comment by food critic Jonathan Gold, discussion has turned to the absence of Asian restaurants at the annual food festival.
Lee's Garden has been serving Taiwanese comfort food for nearly three decades to Alhambra residents.
Our trusty Alhambra farmer's market correspondent completes a weedy trifecta with a vegetable considered to be a symbol of immortality in Greek myths.
Think burgers can get messy? The savory "torta ahogada” at El Vaquero Restaurant is drenched in a signature salsa and stuffed with freshly-braised carnitas.