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Golden Road Brewing Opens First Portion of Giant New Anaheim Party Palace

Plus vegan food for Pasadena, and a bar expansion into Glendale

Golden Road Anaheim
Golden Road in Anaheim
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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

That Golden Road

Los Angeles beer maker Golden Road Brewing is finally ready to reveal the details of its massive new Anaheim location, not far from Angel Stadium. The warehouse space has been overhauled to now include a giant beer garden with tons of outdoor taps, an interior casual restaurant, and separate taproom space and on-site brewing facility under Victor Novak. Unfortunately the full exterior run is still a few weeks off, but the interior restaurant and taproom space is ready to fly. The opening restaurant menu is below.

That golf course life

Feel like running a restaurant at a golf course? The City of Los Angeles is in need of some operators at a few of their different facilities, and has put out a request for proposals to get in the right tenant, just in time to start thinking about next summer.

Mr. Furley’s expands

Sherman Oaks bar Mr. Furley’s Bar is expanding, growing into a new space at 224 N. Brand in Glendale. Expect the same focus on whiskey and casual bar fare as the original late night location from Ventura Blvd.

The big n/naka party

Food & Wine got wind of a big year-end party being thrown by the team at n/naka this year. The already-exclusive restaurant is going to be doing just two nights of a Japanese osechi menu on December 30 and 31, working a slew of dishes that are meant to celebrate the new year. Tickets go on sale November 19.

The Daily Bruin goes there

Looks like at least one early review of Eataly is in, as The Daily Bruin has filed a quick report on the place already. Of course the massive new multi-story shop gets high marks for its quality and flavor, but there are those reportedly long early waits to worry about.

Sage gets wise

There’s a new vegan spot coming to Pasadena soon, as Sage Vegan Bistro pops up right next door to the iPic Theater in Old Pas. The place has a big banner up front and should be ready to start serving as soon as this weekend.

Sage in Pasadena
Farley Elliott