A great picture of Bobs Big Boy in Whittier 1972
Located on Philadelphia & Painter. Currently the great California Grill resides
in this location.
|Offices of all sizes are available. If you are not ready for an office but|
need a place to work cubicles are available to rent as well.
|Every aspect of this building can be rented by the hour.|
If you need a meeting space WBC has you covered.
|Clean and professional work environment|
|Great training and seminar space. Conduct your next event here.|
|I think I am really going to like it here.|
|Owner Nikomi Arroyo has a heart bigger than a Meatball Sandwich!|
Pictured here with Artist Gene Alfaro
|The folks at the Deli Up hit a grand slam with the design and feel|
of this great hometown deli.
|Hands down the best meatball sandwich in town.|
If you don't believe me stop by and try it for yourself.
|Chris Martinez is always here at the Deli Up serving up|
Smiles. Long time Whittier resident and partner of the Deli Up
|Every sandwich is hand made with care. This is|
"The Italian" Marlon Brando would have had trouble finishing this thing off!
|Bowie with the best bread in town!|
|An amazing group of people doing something special|
|Keith was loved and respected by everyone who knew him.|
|Whittier local Danny De La Paz starred in his firstfeature film at age 19 in 1979|
|Danny De La Paz was born at Murphy Memorial Hospital|
in 1957. He fondly remembers the huge circular driveway and beautiful
trees that lined the street leading up to the hospital.
|Danny says when he was growing up in Whittier "There were Orange trees, |
lemon trees, peach tress. There were trees everywhere."
|Danny would regularly ride his Schwinn Bicycle with the banana seat over to |
the Quad and Whittwood Mall.
|When the Helms Bakery man would come through the neighborhood|
you knew it was going to be a good day in Whittier.
|Actor Damon Evans who played one of two Lionel's|
on the Jefferson's TV show
|Danny gave us an unforgettable performance in American Me. His powerful performance|
in this movie made fans worldwide.
|Danny was double featured at the Whittier Walk In|
and Whittier had no clue he was a Whittier local.
|Danny De La Paz|
A Little bit Chuco & a Little bit Big Puppet
|Looks like it will be a great show!|
|When it comes to quality, taste and service |
this place is hard to beat.
|When Art brought out the bacon wrapped|
shrimp it was a real show stopper. Delicious!
|Owners Art and Jessica have great energy and really|
love what they do. You really need to stop by and see what they have cooking.
|Looking to have your next event catered? Give|
El Taco Sabroso a call 562-944-4841
|If you aren't following #feeduswerehungry on|
Instagram you are missing out. So glad she told me
about this Whittier hot spot.
|Located in the perfect spot Norm's in|
Whittier has been making people happy for years.
|Lauren Clemens showing us why Norm's is #1|
|Follow Big D's Burgers on Facebook, Twitter &|
|Check out the "Fat Boy" Burger named in honor of|
Brandon Swope of Two Felons Skateshop. Simply amazing.
|The Bottle Room embody's everything |
the Whittier culinary scene is doing right
|Jeni C showing off her Black and Blue Burger|
with shoestring fries.
|Great picture by Jeff Hensley!|
I was raised on Douglas Burgers were you?
|If you claim to be a serious burger eater|
in Whittier you definitely know
about Douglas Burgers
|When you eat a Rick's burger you are|
eating a piece of Whittier history.
|When done right this burger is|
close to the top!
|That one time I went full NERD when I met the|
Whittier Legend and Ricks Owner
|This odd little building was once a bus station here in Whittier.|
In 1980 this bus station was turned in to a used book store.
|Grab a book, find a nook and get lost for a bit.|
|Searching for hidden gem's has become a favorite past time for some. A picture hangs |
over one of the entry ways as a tribute to Francis Minerd
"Beloved Bookstore Manager & Dedicated Volunteer"
|If this picture makes you feel good|
maybe it is time you paid a visit to this little bookstore
|At the Comstock location since 1980|
|If walls could talk|
|They say there is no such thing as a|
free lunch. But there are free magazines!
|National Geo's for days!|
|Beloved Francis Minerd|
|Paperbacks as far as the eye can see|