A Little History
The building housing our restaurant was under construction in 1907 and opened for business as The First National and Savings Bank of Glendora on February 18, 1908. The building was 55' X 100' and was designed to "house a new bank, department store, and Hall". The upstairs Hall became an Opera House with seating for 400+ people. The cost of the building was $12,000. The bank was in a prime location, as it was located next to the (then future) Pacific Electric rail line. On July 10, 1937, the bank was bought by Bank of America, which remained in this location until December, 1960. The original ornate door of the Bank Vault has been preserved inside the restaurant. We are proud to share some of the early history of this building with you. We remain a secure place for your dining investment.
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