Celebrating One Year at The Old Town Junction
November welcomes a cooler climate, fun sweaters and one of the most amazing holidays in the U.S., Thanksgiving. This is the time we come together and enjoy a nice meal while reminiscing and creating new memories with our favorite people. There is a lot of preparation when creating a fest for the masses of aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, and friends that have become family gather in to enjoy delicious food. Why not take the hastel out of preparation and let the dedicated and highly-trained staff of Old Town Junction cater your holiday meal? More details are available by calling 661-702-4888. Call now to solidify your spot and be on your way to a stress-free holiday.
Also, this November marks one year since The Old Town Junction officially opened for business. During this past year, Chef Daniel Otto and his team worked hard to exceed customers’ expectations providing a unique dining experience for all. Their philosophy being food forward still holds true! The Old Town Junction utilizes fresh ingredients on the farm to table menu, working with local famers throughout Los Angeles County. This restaurant strives to make people excited when they come to dine. The dynamic menu is sure to keep patrons coming back for the “from scratch” cooking and seasonal flavors.
Throughout the restaurant there is refinement yet comfort. From the Calcutta marble to the sliding train doors that section off the VIP room and the glass wall that allows you to see Chef Otto and his team working their wonders, you get a welcoming feel. The open floor plan allows for enough space for large parties. However, if your party is looking for a more intimate feel, the VIP room is perfect for your next get together or board meeting. This simple but stylish space complete with patio can accommodate a little over 50 people, depending on the occasion.
For more information please visit: www.theoldtownjunction.com, and for holiday and event services call Mandy Meeks at 661-702-4888.
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