PASADENA Calif. Tam O’Shanter Inn opened in Los Angeles in 1922, the company that later gave birth to the Lawry’s The Prime Rib and Five Crowns restaurants began a tradition of hiring women to serve food—a bold move given the role was more typically held by men at such high-end restaurants of the era. —When the Ironically, now seven decades later, the same concept-defining tradition snagged the Pasadena, Calif.-based multiconcept ...

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