0 Shares 572 Views

Fair Oaks Pharmacy & Soda Fountain

Terry Mar 31, 2018
0 573

Originally named the South Pasadena Pharmacy when it opened its doors in 1915, this South Pasadena landmark was known as the Raymond Pharmacy throughout the 1920s and ‘30s and was a popular rest stop on the westernmost end of Route 66. Today’s Fair Oaks Pharmacy & Soda Fountain was restored in the early 1990s to its original turn-of-the-century splendor. Authentic tin ceilings and honeycomb tile floors, and a complete set of antique pharmacy fixtures and an original soda fountain all the way from Joplin, Missouri, to round out the store’s vintage interior décor. Coincidentally the heirloom fixtures were purchased from the Me Gee pharmacy located in Joplin Missouri on Route 66!

Step inside Fair Oaks Pharmacy & Soda Fountain and you will find that while the ambiance may be “vintage,” what we have to offer is thoroughly modern!

You may be interested

Handle: a gift and home wares shop in South Pasadena
business-spotlight
183 views
business-spotlight
183 views

Handle: a gift and home wares shop in South Pasadena

Admin - January 31, 2019

Meet Paula Han, the recovering attorney behind Handle & Gift! Provide a brief description of Handle's products: Handle is a retail shop carrying home decor items and…

After Hours Mixer at Kidd’s Jewelry Heist 2/19
Home Page Events
159 views
Home Page Events
159 views

After Hours Mixer at Kidd’s Jewelry Heist 2/19

Admin - January 30, 2019

Join us for our first mixer of 2019, hosted by Kidd’s Jewelry Heist Tasty bites and beverages will be served! And there will be raffle prizes! Come…

Ribbon Cutting At Lost Parrot Cafe!
trending
587 views
trending
587 views

Ribbon Cutting At Lost Parrot Cafe!

Terry - October 9, 2018

Despite rain, an early Sunday morning and it being Super Bowl Sunday, there was a fun crowd on hand to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting of Lost Parrot Cafe. They are a cool, new coffee shop/cafe located at 1929 Huntington Drive. On hand to celebrate this new business is Avick Manoukian, SPPOA, Winston Secrest and Justin Prietto, owners of Lost Parrot Cafe, Mayor Dr. Marina Khubesrian, Mayor Pro Tem Bob Joe, Evette Kim, from the office of Senator Anthony Portantino and Laurie Astle, Chamber Ambassador.

Most from this category

634 views

Famous Gus’s Barbecue

Terry - May 9, 2018
649 views

Aro Latin

Terry - April 2, 2018
630 views

Bistro de la Gare

Terry - March 31, 2018
640 views

Bristol Farms

Terry - March 31, 2018