1127 Fair Oaks Ave, South Pasadena
I do not prefer the pizzas at this location. Just doesn't taste as good many other places. The pizza isn't cooked to my likings. The crust is too doughy.
1101 Fair Oaks Ave., South Pasadena
In ShortThis California-based chain churns out more than 20 kinds of fruit smoothies from behind cheerily colorful pink, green and yellow facades. Pick from ingredients that…
800 Fair Oaks Ave, South Pasadena
In ShortThese bright white storefronts are accented with green and red details and photos of the chain's boyish founder. The simple menu focuses on standard pies and…
1040 Mission St Ste 102, Pasadena
Brunch & dinner spot. Outdoor seating and fluffy lemon ricotta pancakes that wow. Burger with Roquefort, Swiss and onion relish is outrageous
1009 El Centro St, South Pasadena
Firefly does a nice Blues brunch. The owner is very friendly, the setting is gorgeous and the food is fresh.
618 Mission St, South Pasadena
Senior Fish in South Pasadena is truly a gem. The food is wonderful and the prices are super reasonable. Where can you go and get a halibut dinner, grilled to perfection, with…
1505 Mission St, South Pasadena
Classic French-Asian fusion, California style. Fried oysters with caviar delicate curry sauce are momentous. Duck breast is down right succulent.
807 Meridian Ave, South Pasadena
One of the best veggie burgers around. Good sandwiches, the turkey avocado jack is a favorite. Housemade soups everyday. Get a faux-Hostess cupcake.
424 Fair Oaks Ave, South Pasadena
Classic Italian restaurant. The little is dim on the restaurant for a good ambiance. Their pasta sauce is really good. I would recommend trying the gumbi. It's a baked pasta. Price…
Fiore Market Cafe. Lunch, al fresco. Fiore has delectable sandwiches on soft, pillowy bread. Their cole slaw is a must, the chicken pesto sandwich is dreamy. Service is a little slow. … read more
Nicole's Gourmet Foods. I recently came here to buy harissa and have to say it was cheaper than most places and the selection is awesome. The staff is friendly and helpful. … read more
Gus's Barbeque Inc. Owned by brothers Chris and John Bicos, Gus’s is the oldest barbecue joint on the west coast. Their slow-cooked barbecue is made in a smoke house in the back of the restaurant, which churns out 500 pounds of meat daily - enough to feed 2,000 people. Must: pull-pork nachos. … read more