PASADENA (CBSLA) — Everyone who’s been around for some time on Colorado Boulevard, you’ll know why-the charming stretch of road is known as Old Town Pasadena.
However, with no end in sight for Los Angeles County’s Safer to be Home to a number of local restaurants to choose from, shutters, and more will continue to struggle.
“It’s very, very difficult for the company to say the least,” AJ Sacher, director of operations at Barney’s Beanery, said.
This is the main reason why the Larry Wilson at the Pasadena Star-News, the policy would provide for the possibility of the closure of Colorado Boulevard for the car, which is done every year for the Rose Parade.
The “Stop the traffic, and the restaurants with their tables and umbrellas,” Wilson said. “And to treat it like a European and Mexican facilities.”
The practice is not a new thing in the Southland to Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade, Fiesta Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles, california. Laguna Beach is considering a similar move.
Back in Pasadena, Wilson hopes to have a town Hall, it will, in any case, keep in mind the idea of it, and Sacher said the city could even begin to allow tables and chairs in an enclosed alley, prior to the closing of the street.
“It should make for an open-air place for us to have customers to serve, and perhaps to feel a little more comfortable to go for it,” Sacher said.
When asked about the alleged plans of the Mayor, Terry Tornek said to the Old Pasadena Management District, who does not immediately respond to a request for comment.