Pasadena, where Rose Bowl history and diverse cuisines, combine with movie sets and outdoor adventure.
This dreamy California location is home to hundreds of restaurants offering an enticing array of tasty options.Here are some of my top picks and ways to experience the Pasadena food scene.Take a culinary tour with Melting Pot Food Tours and discover everything from LA wine to chocolate.
Lisa Scalia took me to her favorite place for Mexican tortas before dessert at Mignon chocolate, which started as a bakery in the Ukraine in the early 1900s and is now a Pasadena staple for chocolate lovers.Try your favorite type of cuisine Pasadena, whether you like French or Spanish .
Stop at Amara for Venezuelan arepas and some of the best churros hot chocolate you’ve ever tasted.
Head to Bone Kettle, another family-owned restaurant where Southeast Asian cuisine includes hearty broths and meats and small plates meant to be shared and savored.
Finally, get your baklava on at Old Sasoon Bakery, an Armenian bakery owned and run by Joseph Geragosian.It’s all on tap in Pasadena, where fabulous food and culture combine for a sweet experience whether you visit from near or far.