I rarely know beforehand the days I will blog post. And if I do know, usually something “comes up” which cancels the writing for that day. Or changes the blog subject.
Like just the other day. I was walking on Colorado boulevard, from Vroman’s Bookshop toward the Suicide Street Bridge, when I noticed someone I know: the owner of Zona Rosa Caffe poking his head into the soon to open Blaze Pizza Parlor!
So that was enuf (Pizza alone is more than enuf). I took the bait, followed him into the Blaze, and changed my blog subject for the day!
This decision meant I learned Blaze was having a special trial, or pre-grand opening, opening, today. For friends, fans, and family of the newest pizza joint in town. And for customers, the official 1st day of business is scheduled for this Monday, the 15th.
From my pic above you can see above it’s located at the NE corner of Colorado & El Molino. Next to the Lamelle theater & Vroman’s Bookshop. They’ve moved into the space Vroman’s writing/stationery recently moved out of!
And recently, the owner over at Euro Pane Bakery & Cafe thought she was introducing me to one of her friends & giving me a scoop. My response: “Oh hell, I already know Norma aka Mrs. Taco Station! Try to tell me something I don’t know!”
But what I didn’t know was the planned date of the reopening of her Taco Station aka Norma’s Taco’s. You see, she had to move to a new, larger location at 959 E. Colorado – just doors away from our mutual friend at the original Euro Pane. You may have seen, and eaten at, their old location at the gas station on Green St just blocks west of Pasadena City College. Well, now you go here to check out Norma’s Tacos…
Norma’s Taco Station grand reopening is planned for Monday, October 15th. Also!
Well, this is the news which replaced my original blog subject. That’s all I have to say about the latest round of restaurant musical chairs.
Have any of my eating readers been to these restaurants? Or do you plan to check them out soon??
Gotta Eat & Rest! Stay Thirsty My Friends