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Saturday breakfast in Pasadena/East Valley?

by Natalie 20 years ago

I'm looking for a place to take a friend for a special 40th birthday breakfast. We want to go on a Saturday around 11am, and want to be able to make a reservation. I had heard Marston's was great b...

ducz in pasadena

by david dixon 21 years ago

anybody been to this new restaurant from the owners of parkway grill and arroyo chop house? is it worth trying?

Any gourmet food stores in the Pasadena area?

by Fred 21 years ago

I was wondering if anyone could recommend a few places where I can get my hands on wild mushrooms (chanterelles, black trumpet, porcini, etc.), jumbo lump crab meat, and other fine goods. If anyon...

Akbar in Pasadena....Lola's in LA

by Chris 21 years ago

Just back from a trip to CA. Didn't have that much time, but here's my two bits: Akbar was great for a quick Sunday lunch - the coconut lamb was delicious and unique, and the chicken tikka masala ...

Pasadena for Thanksgiving....advice for evening dinner?

by Chris 21 years ago

We are flying to Pasadena on Thanksgiving for a wedding that weekend. Can anyone suggest a restaurant that will be open for dinner on Thanksgiving? We are due to arrive by 5 pm. It doesn't neces...

Australian Restaurant in Old Pasadena. Need name!

by J.J. 21 years ago

Hi! I'd love to take my 8 year old daughter to a restaurant my husband went to recently. He can't remember the name, of course! It's an Australian restaurant on Raymond Ave. and it serves Austr...

special occasion lunch in Pasadena

by Robert Sieczkiewicz 21 years ago

Any recommendations for a place in Pasadena to celebrate a special occasion at lunch? It's not a large group (4 people), and we'd like something quiet and somewhat elegant. I'm considering San...

Classic Lunch Spot in Pasadena

by Ken B 21 years ago

Does anyone know of a classic lunch spot in Pasadena? Could be Mexican or "Calfornia" cuisine. I saw Marsten's listed in Zagat L.A. and thought that might fit the bill. Any suggestions?

Cayo and Pasadena Restaurants in General

by Tom Armitage 22 years ago

Maybe it was because I was exhausted from a trying week at work and wanted to be at home, rather than eating out with a friend. Maybe I was just in a funk. But, after having dinner at Cayo in Pas...

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