Serve up a healthier lifestyle throughout Los Angeles and the World.
"We Live 2 Give"
Owner Richie Pacheco has had the opportunity to travel to 22 Countries and sees a need to bring awareness of living a healthier lifestyle. Our mission is to open multiple locations throughout the United States and the World. Monthly, Something Healthy Cafe gives back by donating proceeds to non profit organizations and also does many outreaches from the Monrovia location.
When you think fast food, you may think unhealthy. Something Healthy Cafe breaks the norm of fast food dining by designing a healthier menu without sacrificing on taste, making healthy fast food possible and convenient for time-crunched individuals to stay healthy and satisfied! We have great Vegan and Vegetarian Options!
The Monrovia Airport was located between Shamrock Avenue (west) and Mountain Avenue (east), and Huntington Drive (north) and the 210 Freeway (south). This former general aviation airport was originally known as the "Foothill Flying Field". It was described as having a single, 2,700-foot unpaved northeast/southwest runway. In 1953, the airport was closed for unknown reasons.
In 1937, Patrick McDonald opened the Airdrome restaurant near the Monrovia Airport. Hamburgers were 10 cents, and all-you-can-drink orange juice was five cents. In 1940, the entire, original octagonal building was moved to San Bernardino, where it was renamed "McDonald's" (after Patrick and his two sons, Maurice and Richard). It wasn't until 1953 that they began franchising the restaurant, in1961 they were bought out by Ray Kroc.