While Los Angeles County has decided to shut down all dining at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars for at least three weeks amid a surge in coronavirus cases, many Pasadena-based restaurants, such as Cameron's Seafood, remains open!
According to Mayor-elect Victor Gordo, "there’s no question that we’re seeing an increase in the number of people who are being infected...the question is, how is the transmission occurring? The data that we have been informed of and what our health officer and director is telling us is infections are not occurring at outdoor dining facilities. … That’s why the decision in Pasadena and the recommendation of the health officer is to keep our outdoor dining open and available.”
While many restaurants,are still able to offer takeout, drive-thru and delivery services, many of our patrons look forward to sitting down to delicious mesquite grilled fish and other dishes on our heated outdoor patio," states Cameron's Seafood Owner Pete Gallanis.
Tables fill virtually every day and night as hungry patrons drive from distant cities to fight the isolation and enjoy a delicious meal.
Could things change? Possibly. But for now, Mayor-elect Gordo has made many consumers, as well as restaurant owners and staff, a little happier.