1907 Fremont Ave. - South Pasadena - CA 91030
Restaurateurs Marketplace is the best advertising
opportunity in the Los Angeles County marketplace.
- The manager or owner of a restaurant.
- An open area or square in a town where a public market or sale is
- The world of business and commerce.
- A situation or place in which values, opinions, and ideas are put
forward for debate or recognition: a marketplace for new ideas.
Restaurateurs Marketplace Magazine was started by:
Daniel Castle after 30 years of building experience in different aspects
of the restaurant - foodservice industry.
1974 - 1983
Worked as Night Manager and Cook for a Independent Mexican Fast Food
1979 - Present
Owned Castle Marketplace dba: Castle Printing --- Marketing, Printing
and Direct Mail, Coupon Magazines, Coupon Sheets and Menus.
1979 - Present
Castle Photographic - Camera Store, Product Photography, Commercial
Photography, Digital Photography and Imaging.
1998 - Present
Owned Get Coupons Online
www.GetCouponsOnline.com one of the first online coupon sites.
2003 - Present
Marketed varies products and services to restaurants to increase cash
flow, fill empty tables.
2004 - Present
Started Restaurateurs Marketplace to serve the local
restaurants with a quality magazine to find local vendors and services
they can use and need.
2005 - Present
Restaurateurs Marketplace Starts
New Service for the "Foothills" Restaurants Local Dining Guide
I am now involved in the day to day running of
Restaurateurs Marketplace (the magazine and web site are directed to the
Los Angeles County marketplace) and our newest publication and web site:
(This is directed to Restaurateurs in the Foothills of San Gabriel
Valley, between La Canada and Claremont.
We started on Mission St in South
Pasadena, than moved to El Centro St, back to Mission St, then to Fair
Oaks Ave and now we are located at 1907 Fremont Ave, South Pasadena. We
had and office in Alhambra at 1222 Front St and a store in San Marino on
Huntington Dr. Pasadena, Altadena, Alhambra, Monrovia, Arcadia, La Canada
and Los Angeles are the main cities of focus for the printing business.