155 Restaurants near El Monte, CA

Los Angeles, CA  
Capacity: 700
Let our professional staff service your event in our renowned first class manner. We can do your ceremony and make your special day truly memorable. We cater: Weddings, Receptions, Meetings, and Parties.
Arcadia, CA  
Capacity: 20725
Santa Anita Park opens annually on December 26, with daily racing continuing through late April. In addition, Santa Anita's fall meeting, presented by the Oak Tree Racing Association, takes to the track from early October to early November every year. Live racing is Wednesday through Sunday and h
West Covina, CA  
Capacity: 300
$18 per person
The Embassy Suites Arcadia - Pasadena hotel’s award-winning staff will make your Arcadia event or meeting a success by providing you with all of your planning and hosting needs. Whether you are holding a business meeting, social event, private party, wedding or reunion, our hotel will transform the
Arcadia, CA  
Capacity: 500
Arcadia, CA  
Capacity: 90
The Hilton Garden Inn Arcadia/Pasadena hotel is conveniently located in the Pasadena area near the Rose Bowl and Santa Anita Race Track. At the Hilton Garden Inn Arcadia/Pasadena hotel in Arcadia, California, you will find everything you need from our friendly service and deluxe accommodations desig
The banquet room at The Monrovian Restaurant is located on the second floor with seating for 150 people. Surrounded by windows, there is a lovely view of the city and has an intimate setting, perfect for every occasion.
Pasadena, CA  
Capacity: 785
Conveniently located off East Foothill Boulevard, Bowlmor Pasadena features 33,000 square feet of electro-hip bowling, inventive dining, captivating nightlife, and five-star family fun—all in one incredible location. Hailed by Pasadena Magazine as the city’s best bowling venue, Bowlmor Pasadena boas
West Covina, CA  
Carrows Restaurant opened in Goleta, Calif., just north of Santa Barbara. Today, there are more than 90 Carrows Restaurants, most of which are company-owned. Carrows are located primarily in California with locations in New Mexico, Texas and Nevada.There was a time, not all that long ago, when the f