Casa Córdoba Restaurant has temporarily closed its doors while its owners and two chefs travel to Spain to explore new Spanish cuisine and renew old relationships.
The restaurant prides itself on authentic Spanish cuisine and owners Chris and Jeannie Bone will be going to Spain with their chefs to learn about new trends and establish relationships with other restaurants.
“I have a passion for [Spanish] food,” said Jeannie.
But it is not just the food; it is the complete dining experience. Casa Córdoba is set in a Spanish-style courtyard at 2331 Honolulu Ave. The location was perfect for the Bones and Jeannie said that if this building had not been available, she would not have opened the restaurant.
Jeannie has lived in Glendale for over 30 years and loved Honolulu Avenue. She had a vision of what the restaurant would look like and the former Jane’s Cake storefront was perfect.
The restaurant has become a popular place for a quick snack or a lingering dinner. The owners’ decision to temporarily close down their business and travel to Spain was an expensive but important move as they continue forward in their culinary adventure.
They will spend most of their time in Southern Spain.
“I am hoping to come back with a sister restaurant,” Jeannie said.
Casa Córdoba is closed from now until May 10. “We reopen on Mother’s Day,” she added.
They will continue offering entertainment with their popular Flamenco Show on May 17 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations for Mother’s Day and for the Flamenco Show are advised.
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