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OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE 2014 | 2015

PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

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C ELEBRATING 100 Y EARS T HE L ANGHAM H UNTINGTON, P ASADENA is the perfect place to escape from it all and relax in luxury as you enjoy world-class dining and a new Chuan Spa. To make a dining or spa reservation, please dial (626) 568-3900. CHUAN SPA Uniting today’s cutting-edge beauty technologies with treatments based upon Traditional Chinese Medicine, the newly opened Chuan Spa offers luxurious services such as massages, facials, body treatments, manicures, pedicures, and hair services. It also features two couple’s suites, one of which is a completely private VIP Suite delivering the ultimate feeling of exclusivity, for ideal relaxation. THE ROYCE | WOOD-FIRED STEAKHOUSE Featuring the finest selection of USDA Prime Cuts, Australian Wagyu and Kobe-style Japanese Beef, expertly prepared over a wood-fired grill to sear in maximum flavor and juiciness. Menu includes fresh, seasonal seafood and comforting side dishes. Enjoy pre- or post-dinner drinks in the red wine room or find a spot at the communal Chef’s Table for the best steak experience in town.

THE TAP ROOM Serving handmade cocktails, premium artisanal beers on tap and upscale bar bites nightly. Live music Thursday – Saturday evenings.


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6 COMMUNITY Discover all things Pasadena in three inviting areas that blend the city’s storied past with its exciting present.

10 HOTELS There’s no better place to stay than Pasadena when visiting the Los Angeles area. Whether in a cozy inn or a luxurious resort, you’ll enjoy the city’s cultured atmosphere and have easy access to all there is to see and do in Southern California.

14 RESTAURANTS Pasadena is home to more than 500 restaurants—more eateries per capita than New York City.

26 NIGHTLIFE Where to sing karaoke, enjoy a designer cocktail, laugh at a comedy routine, sample fine wine, dance the night away, and more, all within the boundaries of Pasadena.

28 SHOPPING The streets of Pasadena are alive with opportunities to find that special item you’ve been looking for.

34 ART & CULTURE Pasadena is rife with remarkable art collections, architecture, literature, and entertainment. So leave plenty of time during your visit to experience it all.

42 FIT & FUN Whether you’re a spectator or the one in action, Pasadena has all the elements to keep you up to speed. ®

46 TOURNAMENT OF ROSES From parade seating to advance parking reservations and the best spots from which to 50 SIGNATURE EVENTS Whether it’s a major sporting event, an exhibit, or a home tour, be sure to catch a quintessential Pasadena occasion.

54 TRANSPORTATION Get to and around Pasadena and neighboring Los Angeles areas trouble-free, thanks to close proximity and convenient travel options.

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COMMUNITY Old Pasadena

DYNAMIC DISTRICTS Discover all things Pasadena in three inviting areas that blend the city’s storied past with its exciting present. ithin Pasadena’s 1.5-mile downtown core, you’ll find retail areas, cobblestone courtyards, sidewalk bistros, and nightlife in three alluring shopping and entertainment districts: Old Pasadena, the Playhouse District, and South Lake Avenue.

Pasadena was named one of the top 100 places to live in the U.S. by Livability.com and Richard Florida’s Martin Prosperity Institute in a study of more than 1,700 cities across the nation. 6 | PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU | VISITPASADENA.COM


OLD PASADENA The city’s original commercial hub in the 19th century, Old Pasadena today is a bustling urban center with top-rated restaurants, boutiques, exclusive national retailers, and exciting nightlife filling its Victorian-, Mission Revival-, and Art Deco-era buildings. The 22-block area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and encompasses two city parks, a historic performance band shell, and the Moorish-influenced Castle Green—one of Pasadena’s first grand hotels, built in 1898. 626-356-9725; oldpasadena.org

PLAYHOUSE DISTRICT If you’re looking for an eclectic mix of antique sellers, museums, bookstores, restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops, all enhanced with culture and 1920s architecture, the Playhouse District is one place you’ll want to visit. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Pasadena Playhouse—with its variety of theatrical productions—has been the cultural center of the district since 1917. 626-744-0340; playhousedistrict.org

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SOUTH LAKE AVENUE A European-style tree-lined avenue, the South Lake district is flanked by a mixture of Pasadena institutions like Pie ’n Burger and Smitty’s Grill, as well as brand-name stores and restaurants. Its cornerstone, Macy’s department store, is a sleek, modern icon that was designed by renowned architect Welton Beckett in 1947 to resemble a luxury cruise liner. The 10-block area winds its way between Colorado and California boulevards. 626-792-1259; southlakeavenue.org One Colorado

Playhouse District


COMMUNITY

PASADENA’S 411 Easy-to-use phone app, vital stats, and tips for your stay in Pasadena. Located at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena is 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, off the 210 and 110 freeways or via the Metro Gold Line. The warm Southern California climate and year-round sunshine make for a casual environment. If you intend to dine in an upscale restaurant, bring a sweater or jacket. Most days are mild, but it can be cool at night. If you plan to tour art museums and gardens, remember to bring comfortable shoes, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Temperatures here usually average a high of 77.2 degrees and a low of 51.3 degrees.

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau/ Pasadena Visitor Center

Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Highway conditions 800-427-7623

Police (non-emergency) 626-744-4501

Emergency police, fire, and ambulance 911

Smoking is not allowed in public buildings, restaurants, or bars. Some restaurants may allow it at outdoor tables.

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300 E. Green St. 626-795-9311 800-307-7977 fax: 626-795-9656 cvb@visitpasadena.com VisitPasadena.com

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FREE SMARTPHONE APP

Plan your day in Pasadena with the free “GoPasadena” smartphone app. Detailed information about museums, shopping, restaurants, performing arts, gardens, movies, architectural tours, sports, popular filming locations, events, and much more are all at your fingertips. Money-saving deals and discounts can also be found here.

CONNECT WITH US:

Huntington Hospital 100 W. California Blvd. 626-397-5000

Facebook.com/VisitPasadena Instagram.com/VisitPasadena Twitter.com/VisitPasadenaCA YouTube.com/VisitPasadenaCA

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

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MINUTES FROM PASADENA, A WORLD OF GREAT SHOPPING, DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT.

Anthropologie

J.Crew

Sur La Table

Apple

Juicy Couture

Tiffany & Co.

A|X Armani Exchange

Kate Spade

UGG® Australia

Bar Verde at Nordstrom

Katsuya

Urban Outfitters

Barnes & Noble

Kiehl’s Since 1851

XXI Forever

Barneys New York CO-OP

Le Pain Quotidien

and so much more!

Cole Haan

Lululemon Athletica

Crewcuts

Madewell

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Deluca’s Italian Deli

Nordstrom

Bourbon Steak by Michael Mina

Din Tai Fung

Pacific Theatres 18-Plex

The Melt

H&M

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HOTELS

The Westin Pasadena

STAY SMART There’s no better place to stay than Pasadena when visiting the Los Angeles area. Whether in a cozy inn or a luxurious resort, you’ll enjoy the city’s cultured atmosphere and have easy access to all there is to see and do in Southern California. hoosing Pasadena as your home base simply makes sense. Our comfortable hotels offer picturesque mountain views and are just a short stroll from the city’s renowned shopping districts, world-famous museums, top-rated theaters, and 500 restaurants. Saunter through Pasadena’s celebrated downtown or take a short ride to nearby

intimate, affordable inns are located along the route of the Rose Parade, surrounded by infinite shopping, cultural, entertainment, and dining possibilities.

An iconic landmark, the Langham Huntington hotel marked its 100th anniversary in 2014. In celebration, it opened Chuan Spa, a blend of beauty technology and Traditional Chinese Medicine. 10 | PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU | VISITPASADENA.COM

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Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, or the local beaches or mountains. Many of our


{ HOTELS } dusitD2 constance pasadena This new trendsetting hotel is the definition of contemporary and sophisticated hospitality, balancing modern elegance and design with traditional Thai warmth and graciousness. Situated within a historic building in the heart of Pasadena’s business district, dusitD2 appeals to sophisticated travelers who appreciate unique experiences, fine design, world-class cuisine, and innovation in technology. 940 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-896-7900 dusit.com Hilton Pasadena Perfectly situated in the heart of Pasadena means you are minutes from L.A. and two blocks from the Pasadena Convention Center and Old Pasadena. This boutique hotel and renowned brand boast luxurious rooms, modern amenities, two delectable restaurants, Wi-Fi, 24-hour fitness, and complimentary shuttle service within 2 miles. 168 S. Los Robles Ave. 626-577-1000 pasadena.hilton.com

spa offering treatments based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. Features 380 guestrooms, including private cottages. 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 626-568-3900 pasadena.langhamhotels.com

Old Pasadena Courtyard by Marriott A prime Pasadena location, this upscale full-service hotel in the heart of Old Pasadena features 314 newly renovated guestrooms and an updated modern lobby, bar, and restaurant. On-site fitness center, pool, and Jacuzzi. Complimentary Wi-Fi. 180 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-403-7600 marriott.com/laxot

Sheraton Pasadena Adjacent to the Pasadena Convention Center and across from Paseo Colorado. Features 311 guestrooms with Sweet Sleeper™ beds, restaurant, pool, and fitness center. Complimentary shuttle within 3 miles of the hotel. 303 Cordova St. 626-449-4000 sheraton.com/pasadena

The Westin Pasadena With 350 guestrooms and 29,000 square feet of meeting space, The Westin Pasadena offers exceptional service, upscale amenities, and elements of comfort. Rejuvenate in a state-ofthe-art workout facility, relax by the outdoor pool, or decompress in a Heavenly Bed®. Located in the heart of downtown. 191 N. Los Robles Ave. 626-792-2727 westin.com/pasadena

{ MOTELS & INNS } Comfort Inn Features 54 guestrooms, microwave, refrigerator, voicemail, and Wi-Fi in all rooms. Fitness room and business center. 2462 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-0811 comfortinn.com

Holiday Inn Express Features 81 guestrooms, Wi-Fi, outdoor pool, and free hot Express Start Breakfast. One mile east of the Rose Parade route and near Old Pasadena’s historic district. 3500 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-792-1363 hiexpress.com The Langham Huntington, Pasadena

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena A Pasadena landmark for 100 years, the hotel captures the grace and elegance of classic Southern California. Located on 23 acres with grand historic ballrooms and gardens, the hotel features award-winning dining and a luxurious VISITPASADENA.COM | PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU | 11


HOTELS Hotel Le Reve Pasadena Newly renovated rooms and lobby by HGTV’s Julie Khuu. Featuring 70 rooms and free fresh & hot breakfast, Wi-Fi, fitness center, poolside cabanas, spa area, and hotel bicycles.

LEGEND

3321 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-796-9291 hotellerevepasadena.com

Ramada Inn Features 75 guestrooms, elevator, pool/spa, refrigerators, microwaves, flat-screen TVs, fitness center, and business center. Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

1599 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-304-9678 hojo.com/hotel/36872

Pasadena Inn Close to Old Pasadena and the Convention Center. Free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and parking. Swimming pool; competitive prices. 400 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-795-8401 oldpasadenainn.com

Pasadena Travelodge Free Wi-Fi and continental breakfast. In-room refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and hair dryer. Swimming pool and Jacuzzi. 2131 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-796-3121 travelodge.com

2156 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-9339 ramada.com

Rodeway Inn & Suites Features 33 guestrooms. Free continental breakfast, Wi-Fi and parking, refrigerator, LCD TVs, and cable. 2860 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-792-3700 rodewayinn.com

Saga Motor Hotel This small, intimate hotel is on historic Route 66 near the Playhouse District, within 2 miles of the heart of Old Pasadena. Features 70 guestrooms. Free continental breakfast, parking, and Wi-Fi. Courtyard garden, oversized heated pool, and sundeck. Pet-friendly. 1663 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-795-0431 thesagamotorhotel.com

Details are subject to change.

Book online at VisitPasadena.com or call 800-939-1293.

Super 8 Motel Features 70 guestrooms. Free parking, deluxe breakfast, and Wi-Fi. Pool, cable TV, refrigerators,

Hilton Pasadena

microwaves, irons/ironing boards, and hair dryers. 2863 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-3020 super8pasadena.com

Vagabond Inn Executive Pasadena Features 54 guestrooms, including business-friendly rooms and pet rooms. Free Wi-Fi and hard-wired Internet, 40-inch flat-screen HDTV, and cable. Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, swimming pool heated year-round, and free parking. AAA three-diamond rating. 1203 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-3170 vagabondinn-pasadenahotel.com

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Howard Johnson Pasadena Features 60 guestrooms. Free Wi-Fi, parking, and continental breakfast. In-room microwave, refrigerator, iron, and hair dryer.

ON THE PARADE ROUTE


RESTAURANTS Parkway Grill

DELECTABLE DINING Pasadena is home to more than 500 restaurants— more eateries per capita than New York City. ith so many dining options serving an array of cuisines from around the world, Pasadena can satisfy even the most discriminating palate. Foodies and casual diners alike can savor Italian delicacies at Celestino Ristorante & Bar, French cuisine at Cheval Bistro, or Californian cuisine at Green Street Tavern or AKA Bistro. Be the first to sample dishes from noted chefs of the future at Technique, Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts’ teaching restaurant. The prestigious school is one of only 16 in the nation. Trendy watering holes, like mega-producer Gale Ann Hurd’s Vertical Wine Bistro, offer gourmet small bites and libations.

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce hosts Cheeseburger Week each January to honor the sandwich reportedly created by Lionel Sternberger at the Rite Spot on Colorado Boulevard in 1924. 14 | PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU | VISITPASADENA.COM

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Satisfy your sweet tooth with some See’s Candy—it all started right here in Mary See’s kitchen.


{ AMERICAN } 72 North 72 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-578-9990 seventytwonorth.com OP

AKA American Bistro 41 Hugus Alley 626-564-8111 akabistro.com

1C Barney’s Beanery 99 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-9777 barneysbeanery.com OP

Beany’s Café 451 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-1414 beanyscafe.com PD

BJ’s 234 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-204-0845 bjsrestaurants.com

Brookside Restaurant 1133 Rosemont Ave. 626-795-0631

Buffalo Wild Wings 1000 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-993-6400 buffalowildwings.com

Dog Haus 105 N. Hill Ave. 626-577-4287 doghausdogs.com

Coco’s Restaurant 77 N. Lake Ave. 626-449-3156 cocosbakery.com

Du-par’s 214 S. Lake Ave. 626-449-8520 du-pars.com SL

Conrad’s 861 E. Walnut St. 626-577-7603 conradsglendale.com

Exhibit R 285 E. Green St. 626-440-1212 PC

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The Counter 140 Shopper’s Lane 626-440-1008 thecounterburger.com

Green Street Restaurant 146 S. Shoppers Ln. 626-577-7170 greenstreetrestaurant.com SL

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CREPEstudio 99 E. Union St. 626-844-8810 crepestudio.com

Hot Wings Café 89 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-9055 hotwingscafe.net OP

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Dog Haus Biergarten 93 E. Green St. 626-683-0808 doghausdogs.com OP

Island’s Fine Burgers & Drinks 330 E. Colorado Blvd., #240 626-304-9050 islandsrestaurants.com PC

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Jake’s Cafe & Billiards 38 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-568-1602 jakespasadena.com OP

Kings Row Gastopub 20 E. Colorado Blvd., #102 626-793-3010 kingsrowpub.com OP

La Grande Orange Café 260 S. Raymond Ave. 626-356-4444 lgostationcafe.com OP

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RESTAURANTS Lemonade 146 S. Lake Ave. 626-304-7700 lemonadela.com

Pie ’n Burger 913 E. California Blvd. 626-795-1123 pienburger.com

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Lucky Baldwin’s Pub & Café 17 S. Raymond Ave. 626-795-0652 luckybaldwins.com

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Slater's 50/50 61 N. Raymond Ave. 626-765-9700 slaters5050.com OP

Raymond Restaurant 1250 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-441-3136 theraymond.com

Smitty’s Grill 110 S. Lake Ave. 626-792-9999 smittysgrill.com SL

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Lucky Baldwin’s Trappiste 1770 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-844-0447 luckybaldwins.com

The Market on Holly 57 E. Holly St. 626-844-8811 themarketonholly.com

redwhite+bluezz 37 S. El Molino Ave. 626-792-4441 redwhitebluezz.com PD

Robin’s Woodfire BBQ & Grill 395 N. Rosemead Blvd. 626-351-8885 robinsbbq.com

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Marston’s 151 E. Walnut Ave. 626-796-2459 marstonsrestaurant.com

Rounds Burgers 46 N. Lake Ave. 626-304-9810 roundsburgers.com PD

The Melting Pot 88 W. Colorado Blvd., 2nd Fl. 626-792-1941 meltingpot.com/pasadena

Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion 641 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-356-4066 roysrestaurant.com

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Parkway Grill 510 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-795-1001 theparkwaygrill.com

Perry’s Joint 2051 Lincoln Ave. 626-798-4700 perrysjoint.com

Picnik 168 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-8008 picnikpasadena.com OP

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Russell’s 30 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-578-1404

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Souplantation 201 S. Lake Ave. 626-577-4798 souplantation.com SL

Technique Café 525 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-229-1377 PD

Trevos at Hilton Pasadena 168 S. Los Robles Ave. 626-584-3136 pasadena.hilton.com PD

Umami Burger 49 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-799-8626 umami.com OP

Yard House Restaurant 330 E. Colorado Blvd., #230 626-577-9273 yardhouse.com PC

{ BAKERY }

Saladish 12 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-304-3100 saladish.com OP

Seco New American 140 South Lake Ave. 626-449-9900 seconewamerican.com SL

Aux Delices Bakery and Café 16 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-796-1630 auxdelicespasadena.com OP

Einstein Bros. Bagels 605 S. Lake Ave. 626-449-6415 einsteinbros.com SL

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Le Pain Quotidien 88 W. Colorado Blvd., #102 626-396-0956 lepainquotidien.com OP

The Luggage Room Pizzeria 260 S. Raymond Ave. 626-356-4440 theluggageroom.com OP

PappaRich 100 W. Green St. 626-440-0009 papparichusa.com

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POP Champagne & Dessert Bar 33 E. Union St. 626-795-1295 popchampagnebar.com

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{ CALIFORNIAN }

OUTDOOR DINING

OP OLD PASADENA

1C ONE COLORADO

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California Pizza Kitchen 99 N. Los Robles Ave. 626-585-9020 cpk.com

EXCLUSIVE TO PASADENA

Real Food Daily 899 E. Del Mar Blvd. 626-844-8900 realfood.com

PC PASEO COLORADO PD PLAYHOUSE DISTRICT SL SOUTH LAKE AVENUE

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Central Park 219 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-449-4499 centralparkrestaurant.net

Rotisserie Chicken of California 26 N. Los Robles Blvd. 626-405-0365

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Urth Caffe 594 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-844-4644 urthcaffe.com PD

The Cheesecake Factory 2 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-584-6000 thecheesecakefactory.com

Stoney Point 1460 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-9715 stoneypointrestaurant.com

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Corner Bakery 345 S. Lake Ave., #202 626-578-1281 cornerbakerycafe.com SL

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Green Street Tavern 69 W. Green St. 626-229-9961 greenstreettavern.net OP

Haven Gastropub + Brewery 42 S. De Lacey Ave. 626-768-9555 havengastropub.com OP

Tender Greens 621 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-1511 tendergreensfood.com

The Terrace at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 626-585-6218 pasadena.langham hotels.com

Twin Palms 101 W. Green St. 626-577-4555 twinpalmsrl.com

Ventanas at The Westin Pasadena 191 N. Los Robles Ave. 626-792-2727 westin.com/pasadena

 Vertical Wine Bistro Award-winning Vertical Wine Bistro offers seasonal California bistro fare paired with more than 300 wines. Full premium bar with all-day Happy Hour on Sundays. Private event space available.

Vertical Wine Bistro 70 N. Raymond Ave. 626-795-3999 verticalwinebistro.com OP

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RESTAURANTS { CHINESE } Equator Cafe 22 Mills Pl. 626-564-8656 equatorcafe.com OP

Go China 136 N. Lake Ave. 626-793-3888 gochinarestaurant.com PD

Grandview Palace 60 N. Raymond Ave. 626-577-5888 grandview-palace.com

Panda Inn 3488 E. Foothill Blvd. 626-793-7300 pandainn.com

P.F. Chang’s China Bistro 260 E. Colorado Blvd., #201 626-356-9760 pfchangs.com PC

Wokcano 33 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-578-1818 wokcanoonline.com

Copa Vida 70 S. Raymond Ave. 626-231-3952 copa-vida.com OP

Home Brewed Bar 39 N. Arroyo Parkway 626-397-2887 homebrewedbar.com

Bird Pick Tea & Herb 10 S. De Lacey St. 626-773-4372 birdpick.com OP

Chado Tea Room 79 N. Raymond Ave. 626-431-2832 chadotea.com OP

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Rose Tree Cottage 801 S. Pasadena Ave. 626-793-3337 rosetreecottage.com

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Intelligentsia Pasadena Café 55 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-578-1270 intelligentsiacoffee.com

Starbucks 300 E. Green St. 626-796-9976 starbucks.com

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{ COFFEE, TEA & JUICE }

Pressed Juicery 59 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-844-3593 pressedjuicery.com

Jones Coffee Roasters 693 S. Raymond Ave. 626-564-9291 jonescoffee.com

Juice Farm 36 W. Colorado Blvd., #7 626-844-7555 juicefarmcoldpressed.com OP

Le Cafe Crème 350 S. Lake Ave. 626-795-3421 SL

Tea Rose Garden 28 S. Raymond Ave. 626-578-1144 tearosegarden.com OP

Vanessa’s Specialty Coffees 696 E. Colorado Blvd., #17 626-796-8256 vanessascoffee.com PD

Zeli’s Coffee Bar (inside Vroman’s) 695 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-356-9901 PD

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Copa Vida


Zona Rosa Caffe 15 S. El Molino Ave. 626-793-2334 zonarosacaffe.com

Maison Akira (French-Japanese) 713 E. Green St. 626-796-9501 maisonakira.com

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{ HEALTH FOOD }

Float Pasadena 380 S. Lake Ave., #106 626-844-3488

Green Earth Vegan Cuisine 37 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-584-0268 greenearthvegan.com

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Jersey Mike’s Subs 122 S. Lake Ave. 626-584-7000 jerseymikes.com

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Kindkreme 319 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 877-985-5463 kindkreme.com

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La Luce Café & Deli 62 W. Union St. 626-568-9696

{ INDIAN }

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Lovebirds Cafe & Bakery 921 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-583-8888 lovebirdscafe.com

Akbar Cuisine of India 44 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-577-9916 akbarcuisineofindia.com

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All India Café 39 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-440-0309 allindiacafe.com OP

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{ FRENCH } Bistro 45 45 S. Mentor Ave. 626-795-2478 bistro45.com

Café Bizou 91 N. Raymond Ave. 626-792-9923 cafebizou.com

Mezbaan Indian Cuisine 80 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-405-9060 mezbaan.net OP

Sitar Exotic Indian Cuisine 618 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-5954 sitarindiancuisine.com PD

{ INTERNATIONAL }

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Cheval Bistro 41 S. De Lacey Ave. 626-577-4141 chevalbistro.com OP

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{ DELI }

New York Deli 25 N. Raymond Ave. 626-578-0010 thenewyorkdeli.com

Abricott 238 S. Lake Ave. 626-796-1613 abricott.com

1810 Argentinean Restaurant 121 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-795-5658 1810restaurant.com

Azeen’s Afghani Restaurant 110 E. Union St. 626-683-3310 azeensafghani restaurant.com OP

Beckham Grill 77 W. Walnut St. 626-796-3399 beckhamgrill.com

Boba World/Noodle World 24 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-585-5885 noodleworld.com OP

Choza Moma (Peruvian) 96 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-432-4692 chozamama.com OP

Himalayan Café 36 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-564-1560 himalayancafe.net OP

Malbec (Argentinean) 1001 E. Green St. 626-683-0550 malbeccuisine.com

Porto Alegre Brazilian BBQ 260 E. Colorado Blvd., #227 626-744-0555 portoalegre-churrascaria.com PC

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RESTAURANTS Ración Restaurant 119 W. Green St. 626-396-3090 racionrestaurant.com OP

Saigon Noodle Restaurant 28 N. Raymond Ave. 626-796-9378 OP

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Sorriso - Bar Celona 46 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-1000 barcelonapasadena.com OP

Technique Restaurant 525 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-229-1377 techniquerestaurant.com PD

Tibet/Nepal House 36 E. Holly St. 626-585-0955 tibetnepalhouse.com OP

Vol. 94 Wine Bistro 239 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-356-9494 thevol94.com

Zilin 35 S. Raymond Ave. 626-535-9700 zilinrestaurant.com OP

{ ITALIAN } Avanti Café 111 N. Lake Ave. 626-577-4688 avanticafe.com PD

Café Santorini

Bella’s Gourmet Pizza 16 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-449-3332 bellasgourmetpizza.com

Il Fornaio Cucina Italiana 24 W. Union St. 626-683-9797 ilfornaio.com

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Blaze Pizza 667 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-440-7358 blazepizza.com

The Kitchen 78 W. Union St. 626-796-9802 thekitchenpizza.com

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Brothers Pies n Fries 36 W. Colorado Blvd., #5 626-844-4343 brotherspies.com

Louise’s Trattoria 2 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-568-3030 louises.com

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Buca di Beppo 80 W. Green St. 626-792-7272 bucadibeppo.com

Mi Piace 25 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-795-3131 mipiace.com

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Celestino Ristorante & Bar 141 S. Lake Ave. 626-795-4006 celestinopasadena.com

Pietro’s 920 N. Lake Ave. 626-791-1826 eatpietros.com

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Gale’s 452 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-432-6705 galesrestaurant.com

Setebello Pizzeria 625 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-765-9550 setebello.net PD

Hey, That’s Amore! 27 E. Holly St. 626-844-8716 OP

Tarantino’s Pizzeria 784 E. Green St. 626-796-7836 tarantinospasadena.com PD

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Seafood Grill 124 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-584-1120


Trattoria Neapolis 336 S. Lake Ave. 626-792-3000 trattorianeapolis.com

Oba Sushi Izakaya 181 Glenarm St. 626-799-8543 obasushi.com

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Osawa Shabu Shabu Sushi 77 North Raymond Ave. 626-682-1150 theosawa.com

A’ Float Sushi 87 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-792-9779 OP

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1C ONE COLORADO BAD Sushi 29 E. Holly St. 626-568-1500 badsushi.net

Sachi Sushi 694 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-578-1877 PD

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SanSai Japanese Grill 350 S. Lake Ave. 626-683-0900 sansaiusa.com

Gyu-Kaku Japanese Restaurant 70 W. Green St. 626-405-4842 gyu-kaku.com

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Japon Bistro 927 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-744-1751 japonbistropasadena.com

Shogun Teppan Steak/Sushi 470 N. Halstead St. 626-351-8945 restaurantshogun.com

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Mako Bowl 950 E. Colorado Blvd., #101 626-564-8524 makobowl.com

Midori 93 N. Lake Ave. 626-793-2448

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Tokyo Wako 330 E. Colorado Blvd., #239 626-440-0670 tokyo-wako.com PC

Wow Sushi & Roll 910 E. Union St. 626-796-3636 PD

Kabuki 88 W. Colorado Blvd., #103 626-568-9310 kabukirestaurants.com

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Sushi Kimagure 220 S. Raymond Ave. 626-535-0880 OP

Sushi of Naples 735 E. Green St. 626-578-1123 sushiofnaples.net PD

Sushi Roku 33 Miller Alley 626-683-3000 sushiroku.com

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{ KID-CENTRIC } Chuck E. Cheese 3737 E. Foothill Blvd. 626-351-5442 chuckecheese.com

{ KOREAN } CHAM Korean Bistro 851 Cordova St. 626-792-2474 chamkoreanbistro.com SL

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Noda Sushi 546 S. Lake Ave. 626-793-2600 SL

Sushi Stop 58 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-1518 sushistopusa.com OP

Osek 67 N. Raymond Ave. 626-644-1299 osekpasadena.com OP

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RESTAURANTS Teri & Yaki 229 N. Lake Ave. 626-844-4554 teriandyaki.com

Pita! Pita! 927 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-356-0106

Green Street Taqueria 730 E. Green St. 626-376-1622

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Restaurant Soleil at the Sheraton Pasadena 303 E. Cordova St. 626-449-4000 sheratonpasadena.com

IX Tapa Cantina 119 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-304-1000 cantinaixtapa.com

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{ MEDITERRANEAN } Burger Continental 535 S. Lake Ave. 626-792-6634 burgercontinental pasadena.com SL

Café Santorini 64 W. Union St. 626-564-4200 cafesantorini.com

{ MEXICAN } Cabrera’s Restaurant Inc. 655 N. Lake Ave. 626-795-0230 cabreras.com

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Eden Garden Bar & Grill 175 E. Holly St. 626-440-1421 edengardenbarand grill.com

Chipotle Mexican Grill 246 S. Lake Ave. 626-229-9173 chipotle.com SL

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Father Nature’s Lavash Wraps 17 N. De Lacey Ave. 626-568-9811

Dona Rosa 577 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-449-2999 donarosa-pasadena.com

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Kal's Bistro 43 E. Union St. 626-440-0100 kalsbistro.com

El Cholo 260 E. Colorado Blvd., #203 626-795-5800 elcholopasadena.com PC

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Mediterranean Café 273 Shoppers Ln. 626-793-8844 kokosmediterranean cafe.com SL

Pita Jungle 43 E. Colorado Blvd. pitajungle.com OP

El Metate Café 12 N. Mentor Ave. 626-229-0706 PD

El Portal 695 E. Green St. 626-795-8553 elportalrestaurant.com PD

El Toreo 21 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-793-2577

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King Taco 45 N. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-792-0405 kingtaco.com OP

La Fiesta Grande 624 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-795-5577 lafiestagrande restaurant.com PD

Margarita Jones 541 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-744-1828 margaritajones.com

Mijares 145 Palmetto Dr. 626-792-2763 mijaresrestaurant.com OP

Rubio’s Baja Grill 330 E. Colorado Blvd., #238 626-535-9383 rubios.com PC

Rubio’s Baja Grill 216 S. Lake Ave. 626-449-3013 rubios.com SL

Sharky’s Mexican Grill 841 Cordova St. 626-568-3500 sharkys.com

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Tortas Mexico 90 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-432-4887 tortaspasadena.com OP

Lobster at Live Mixx 115 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-6544 livemixxlounge.com OP

Wahoo’s Tacos 264 S. Lake Ave. 626-449-2005 wahoos.com SL

Yahaira’s Café 698 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-844-3254 yahairascafe.com PD

{ SEAFOOD } Cameron’s Seafood 1978 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-3474 camerons4fish.com

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood 111 N. Los Robles Ave. 626-405-0064 mccormickandschmicks.com

{ STEAKHOUSE } Arroyo Chop House 536 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-577-7463 arroyochophouse.com

Houston’s 320 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-577-6001 hillstone.com

{ SOUL FOOD } Big Mama’s Rib Shack 1453 N. Lake Ave. 626-797-1792 bigmamas-ribshack.com

The Royce | Wood-Fired Steakhouse 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 626-585-6410 roycela.com

Roscoe’s House of Chicken N’ Waffles 830 N. Lake Ave. 626-791-4890

Ruth’s Chris 369 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-583-8122 ruthschris.com

Distant Lands Since 1989, Distant Lands has been serving the needs of travelers, whether they are bound for a trekking expedition to Tibet or a relaxing weekend in Santa Barbara. We offer books, maps, luggage, and accessories. Distant Lands Travel Bookstore and Outfitters strives to be the best source for travelers, with a knowledgeable staff, informative programs, great selection, and the willingness to go the extra mile. 20 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91105 800.310.3220 5 distantlands.com Hours: Mon.–Thu., 10:30 a.m.–8 p.m.; Fri.–Sat., 10:30 a.m.–9 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

Pasadena Certified Farmers’ Market If you’ve never been to a farmers’ market, you’re in for a real treat. You’ll buy food directly from the farmer who grows it—and you’ll love the fresh, delicious taste of locally grown, nutritious fruits, vegetables, and farm products. Artisans offer jams, oils, breads, organic beef, and more on Saturdays. Cash or EBT program; operating Tue. & Sat. a.m. & Wed. p.m., rain or shine. Tuesdays: Villa Parke Center 5 363 East Villa Street Wednesdays: Apr. 16-Oct. 29 5 4-8 p.m. 5 City Hall’s Centennial Plaza Saturdays: Victory Park 5 Sierra Madre Blvd. at Paloma pasadenafarmersmarket.org


RESTAURANTS { SWEET TREATS } 21 Choices 85 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-304-9521 21choices.com OP

Beard Papa’s 415 S. Lake Ave. 626-578-0048 beardpapa.com SL

ConfeXion Cupcakes 11 W. Dayton St. 626-486-9977 confexioncupcakes.com OP

Contessa Chocolate Collection 380 S. Lake Ave., #111 626-744-0252 contessachocolates.com SL

Coolhaus 59 E. Colorado Blvd. 310-424-5559 eatcoolhaus.com OP

Lette Macarons 14 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-793-5551 lettemacarons.com OP

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Mignon Chocolate 6 E. Holly St. 626-796-7100 mignonchocolate.com OP

$20 AND UP EXCLUSIVE TO PASADENA OUTDOOR DINING

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Papabubble 91 E. Green St. 626-793-7457 papabubblela.com OP

The Pie Hole 59 E. Colorado Blvd. thepieholela.com OP

Pinkberry 19 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-744-0505 pinkberry.com OP

Polkatots Cupcakes 720 N. Lake Ave., #3 626-798-3932 polkatotscupcakes.com

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Rocket Fizz, Soda Pop & Candy Shop 111 W. Green St. 626-449-7632 rocketfizz.com OP

Sugar Fix Desserts 63 S. Raymond Ave. 626-396-9402 sugarfixdesserts.com OP

d’odici 766 E. Colorado Blvd., #103 626-584-6924 dodici-desserts.com PD

Dots Cupcakes 21 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-744-7719 dotscupcakes.com

1C Hello Gelato 20 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 101 626-744-1788

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Tutti Gelati 62 W. Union St., #1 626-440-9800 tuttigelati.com OP

Café Linda’s 34 E. Holly St. 626-584-0712 cafelindas.com

Bua Na Thai Cuisine 696 E. Colorado Blvd., #11 626-795-3793 buanathaipasadena.com

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City Thai 48 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-577-1500 citythairestaurant.com OP

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Nine & Nine Thai 754 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-844-1899 nineandninethai.com

Lanna Thai 400 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-577-6599 lannathaipasadena.com

Saladang 363 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-793-8123

Song 383 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-793-5200

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NIGHTLIFE

{ OLD PASADENA } 72 North (Sports Entertainment/ DJ/Live Music) 72 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-578-9990 Barney’s Beanery (Sports Bar/ Karaoke) 99 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-9777 Blind Donkey (Whiskey Bar) 53 E. Union St. 626-792-1833 Club 54 (DJ/Dancing) 54 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-0608 Eden Garden Bar & Grill (Jazz Band) 175 E. Holly St. 626-440-1421 Equator Cafe (Bar) 22 Mills Pl. 626-564-8656

Haven Gastropub + Brewery

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Temptations 40 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-440-9149


Haven Gastropub + Brewery (Bar) 42 S. De Lacey Ave. 626-768-9555

Twin Palms (Nightlife/Jazz Band) 101 W. Green St. 626-577-4555

IX Tapa Cantina (Dancing/DJ/Live Music) 119 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-304-1000

Vertical Wine Bistro (Wine Bar) 70 N. Raymond Ave. 626-795-3999

Jake’s Billiards (Billards/Karaoke/DJ) 38 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-568-1602

Wokcano (DJ) 33 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-578-1818

{ PASEO COLORADO }

Kings Row Gastropub (Live Music/DJ/Lounge) 20 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-3010

Bodega Wine Bar (Lounge) 260 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-4300

Live MIXX (DJ) 115 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-793-6544

El Cholo (Live Music) 260 E. Colorado Blvd., #203 626-795-5800

Lucky Baldwin’s Pub & Café (Bar) 17 S. Raymond Ave. 626-795-0652

Wine and Canvas (Painting Classes with Cocktails) 260 E. Colorado Blvd., #223 310-903-3425

Mezbaan Indian Cuisine (Classic Indian Music) 80 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-405-9060 The Old Towne Pub (Live Music) 66 N. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-577-6583

{ PLAYHOUSE DISTRICT } El Portal (Mariachi/Guitarist) 695 E. Green St. 626-795-8553 Ice House Comedy Club 24 N. Mentor Ave. 626-577-1894

POP Champagne & Dessert Bar (Bar) 33 E. Union St. 626-795-1295

Madport Wine Lounge (Nightlife/Wine Bar) 696 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-806-8270

Q’s Billiard Club (Billiards/Sports Bar) 99 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-9777

Monopole Wine (Wine Bar) 21 W. El Molino Ave. 626-577-9463

Sorriso - Bar Celona (DJ) 46 E. Colorado Blvd. 626-405-1000

redwhite+bluezz (Jazz Band) 37 S. El Molino Ave. 626-792-4441

{ SOUTH LAKE AVENUE } Burger Continental (Greek and Mediterranean Bands and Belly Dancers) 535 S. Lake Ave. 626-792-6634 Le Petit Vendome Wine & Spirits (Wine Bar) 906 Granite Dr. 626-396-9234 Magnolia (Urban Lounge) 492 S. Lake Ave. 626-584-1126 Trattoria Neapolis (1930s Speakeasy/ Burlesque Dancers) 336 S. Lake Ave. 626-792-3000 Wine Detective (Wine Bar and Dispensing Machine) 146 S. Lake Ave., #109 626-792-9936

{ OTHER AREAS } Arroyo Chop House (Pianist) 536 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-577-7463 The Langham Huntington, Pasadena (The Tap Room) 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 626-585-6457 Margarita Jones (Karaoke/DJ) 541 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-744-1828 Parkway Grill (Pianist) 510 S. Arroyo Pkwy. 626-795-1001 Stoney Point (Pianist) 1460 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-9715

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SHOPPING

Beyond the Olive

ENTICING ENVIRONS

The streets of Pasadena are alive with opportunities to find that special item you’ve been looking for. ind unique treasures and exceptional bargains at retailers ranging from exclusive boutiques and national department stores to flea markets and quaint antique shops.

The 10-block South Lake Avenue district is home to Macy’s, along with brand-name fashion and home decor shops, all within its easily walkable area. The Old Pasadena district has an eclectic mix of more than 200 unique boutiques and exclusive national retailers concentrated in an authentic downtown. One Colorado, a creative expanse of more than 25 stores, is anchored by a beautiful brick courtyard in Old Pasadena. Paseo Colorado, at the Civic Center, has an open-air promenade and more than 60 street-front shops. The historic Playhouse District is an intimate forum for art, architecture, and culture. Area shops specialize in culinary arts, music, and books. Museum stores all over town offer distinctive gifts, while

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flea markets and shops dedicated to vintage finds make the city an antique lover’s dream.


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SHOPPING PLAZAS THAT AIM TO PLEASE Visit two of Pasadena’s dynamic shopping locales: One Colorado and Paseo Colorado Nestled in the heart of Old Pasadena, One Colorado is a creative square where 19th-century architecture meets superlative shopping, elegant alfresco dining, and free outdoor film festivals, live music, and art events. The array of vendors includes national retailers like the Gap, as well as unique boutiques and cafes. Shop at Elisa B., Kate Spade, Sephora, Juicy Couture, The Soap Kitchen, and Dots Cupcakes. Enjoy patio dining at Sushi Roku and AKA American Bistro. Located in the Civic Center along historic Colorado Boulevard, Paseo Colorado is an open-air marketplace featuring shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and trendy lofts. New releases play on 14 screens at ArcLight Pasadena Cinemas, and specialty retailers include Tommy Bahama, Caché, BCBG Max Azria, and Bath & Body Works. Landscaped promenades lead to a courtyard where water fountains and café tables provide for rest and people watching. Indulge at Cold Stone Creamery, Yard House, Tokyo Wako Sushi Bar, or Bodega Wine Bar. One Colorado • 626-564-1066 onecolorado.com Paseo Colorado • 626-795-8891 paseocoloradopasadena.com

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FLEA MARKET FINDS Discover a treasure hunter’s paradise in Pasadena twice a month. For another collection of antiques, records, tools, collectibles, and food, peruse the wares of more than 450 vendors at the Pasadena City College (PCC) Flea Market. The market is open the first Sunday of each month, 8 a.m.–3 p.m. Free. Rose Bowl Flea Market 323-560-7469 • rgcshows.com PCC Flea Market 626-585-7906 • pasadena.edu/fleamarket

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Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Flea Market, one of the most famous in the world, boasts 2,500 vendors and 20,000 buyers. Nicknamed “America’s Marketplace of Unusual Items,” it’s held the second Sunday of every month, rain or shine. Vintage jewelry, handmade quilts, antiques, clothes, plants, and collectibles are among the offerings. Open 6 a.m.–5 p.m. (box office closes at 3 p.m.). A resident appraiser will value your purchase for free. Tickets are available onsite or at VisitPasadena.com.


SHOPPING ACRES OF ANTIQUES Find vintage classics in Pasadena shops. Pasadena is a haven for antique collectors; many are concentrated along the Fair Oaks corridor. The Pasadena Antique Center and Annex alone boasts 130 dealers in 33,000 square feet. Explore the multitude of booths and boutiques to find fine vintage furniture, jewelry, art, rare books, and more. The Pasadena Antique Center and Annex 626-449-7706 • pasadenaantiquecenter.com

MUSEUM MEMENTOS Bring a bit of culture home with you. Local museum stores’ inventories offer tasteful, unique keepsakes. Buy customorder on-demand prints and posters of works from the Norton Simon Museum, or take home some California sunshine in the form of The Huntington Library’s Sweet Orange Marmalade, made from its historic Valencia oranges. Visit the Pasadena Museum of History store for year-round Tournament of Roses® memorabilia and exclusive Pasadena merchandise.

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SAVE $$$ WITH PASADENA’S DEALS AND DISCOUNTS CARD SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS with the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau’s (CVB) free Deals and Discounts Card. The convenient pocket-sized foldout card features discount offers from Pasadena’s most popular national retailers, one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants, museums,

attractions, bed and breakfasts, tours, and more. To redeem the offers, simply present the card at participating establishments. To request the free Deals and Discounts Card, contact the Pasadena CVB at 800-307-7977 or download at VisitPasadena.com.

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

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CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS Pasadena is rife with remarkable art collections, architecture, literature, and entertainment. So leave plenty of time during your visit to experience it all. ant to feast your eyes on masterpieces by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Picasso? They’re here at the Norton Simon Museum. Not to be outdone, treasures at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens include an original Gutenberg Bible and the largest Chinese garden outside of mainland China. And don’t miss The Gamble House, the

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finest preserved example of Craftsman architecture in the United States of America.


{ ARCHITECTURE } The Gamble House California Institute of Technology (Caltech) 1200 E. California Blvd. 626-395-4656 caltech.edu Tour the historic halls of one of the world’s most widely recognized institutions for the study of science and engineering. Architectural tours of the 124-acre campus are conducted on the fourth Thursday of each month at 10:30 a.m. (January–June, September, October) and on the third Thursday in November. Tours depart from the Athenaeum at 551 S. Hill. Please call for reservations. FREE

City Hall 100 N. Garfield Ave. 626-744-4000 cityofpasadena.net This exquisite 1927 landmark exhibits Italian Renaissance and Spanish influences with its red tile roof, ornate fountain, and lush garden courtyard.

Designed in 1908 by famed architects Greene & Greene, The Gamble House is the finest example of early 20th-century Craftsman architecture, complete with all original architect-designed furnishings. Tours Thursday– Sunday, noon–3 p.m.: gamblehouse.org

The Gamble House 4 Westmoreland Pl. 626-793-3334 gamblehouse.org Built in 1908 during the American Arts and Crafts movement, this masterpiece is the bestpreserved example of work from internationally recognized architects Charles and Henry Greene. The home was built for David and Mary Gamble

of Procter & Gamble and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Docent tours: Thursday– Sunday, noon–3 p.m.

Historic San Gabriel Mission District 428 S. Mission Dr. San Gabriel 626-457-3035 sangabrielcity.com Step into history in the San Gabriel Mission District, the fourth of California’s 21 missions. Come tour the Old Mission, take the historic walk, and enjoy entertainment, retail, and dining opportunities. Mission is open daily, Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m.– 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.

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El Molino Viejo (The Old Mill) 1120 Old Mill Rd. San Marino 626-449-5458 old-mill.org Completed in 1816 as a grist mill for Mission San Gabriel, the two-story ovenbaked brick and adobe structure is a testament to Southern California history. Open Tuesday–Sunday, 1–4 p.m. FREE

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ART & CULTURE Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals 125 S. Grand Ave. 213-713-0212 ca9.uscourts.gov The Court is now housed in the original Vista del Arroyo Hotel, built in 1903. The building was restored and reopened by the federal government in 1985. Tours by appointment only. FREE

Tournament House and Wrigley Gardens 391 S. Orange Grove Blvd. 626-449-4100 tournamentofroses.com This ornate mansion, once owned by chewing gum mogul William Wrigley, Jr., was built between 1908 and 1914. Today it serves as the headquarters for the Pasadena Tournament of Roses® Association. Tours are offered February– August on Thursdays at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. FREE

{ ART MUSEUMS } Armory Center for the Arts 145 N. Raymond Ave. 626-792-5101 armoryarts.org Exhibitions, performances, and art workshops are available for children and adults. Open Tuesday– Sunday, noon–5 p.m.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Rd. San Marino 626-405-2100 huntington.org The library holds works from British and American

history and literature, including an original Gutenberg Bible and Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Three art galleries showcase 18th- and 19thcentury British and French masterpieces, including “The Blue Boy” and “Pinkie.” Open Monday, Wednesday– Friday, noon–4:30 p.m.; Saturday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Summer hours: Monday, Wednesday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Kidspace Children’s Museum 480 N. Arroyo Blvd. 626-449-9144 kidspacemuseum.org Kidspace offers more than 25 indoor hands-on exhibits, in addition to outdoor spaces, programs, and activities, which are designed to encourage a child's growth and development through exploration of the environment, investigation in science, and artistic expression. Open Tuesday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday– Sunday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. June–August: Monday– Friday, 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday–Sunday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Norton Simon Museum 411 W. Colorado Blvd. 626-449-6840 nortonsimon.org View seven centuries of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century, including works by Van Gogh, Picasso, Rembrandt, and Fragonard.

The museum also features an extensive collection of South Asian sculpture and a sculpture garden with works of Rodin. Open Wednesday–Thursday, Saturday–Monday, noon– 6 p.m.; Friday, noon–9 p.m.

Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) 490 E. Union St. 626-568-3665 pmcaonline.org Around the corner from the USC Pacific Asia Museum, PMCA is the only museum in Southern California devoted exclusively to California art, architecture, and design. Open Wednesday–Sunday, noon–5 p.m.

Pasadena Museum of History 470 W. Walnut St. 626-577-1660 pasadenahistory.org The Pasadena Museum of History includes the Finnish Folk Art Museum, History Center Galleries, and the newly renovated 18-room Fenyes Mansion, circa 1906, which contains its original furnishings and paintings. Mansion tours are offered Friday–Sunday at 12:15 p.m. The History Center Galleries are open Wednesday–Sunday, noon–5 p.m.

USC Pacific Asia Museum 46 N. Los Robles Ave. 626-449-2742 pacificasiamuseum.org USC Pacific Asia Museum features artwork from Asia and the Pacific Islands

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{ MOVIE THEATERS } ArcLight Pasadena 336 E. Colorado Blvd. Paseo Colorado 626-568-9651 arclightcinemas.com

Kidspace Children’s Museum

spanning 5,000 years with innovative exhibitions and dynamic programming. Open Wednesday–Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

noon–4:30 p.m.; Saturday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Summer hours: Monday, Wednesday–Sunday, 10:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 673 E. Colorado Blvd. Playhouse District 626-844-6500 laemmle.com

Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden 301 N. Baldwin Ave. Arcadia 626-821-3222 arboretum.org This 127-acre horticultural and botanical center features plants from around the world, native and migrating birds, wildlife, colorful peacocks, and historic buildings, including the Queen Anne Cottage made famous in Fantasy Island. Open daily, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

A Noise Within 3352 E. Foothill Blvd. 626-356-3100 anoisewithin.org One of few theaters in Southern California producing works of world drama in a rotating repertory with a company of professional, classically trained artists.

{ GARDENS } Descanso Gardens 1418 Descanso Dr. La Cañada 818-949-4200 descansogardens.org Located on 160 acres, Descanso Gardens features forests, streams, a lake, and a bird sanctuary highlighted by 80 acres of colorful flowers, including camellias, lilacs, and roses. Group and tram tours available. Open daily, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Rd. San Marino 626-405-2100 huntington.org The Huntington is an oasis of art and culture set amid 120 acres of breathtaking gardens. More than a dozen gardens feature 14,000 species of plants. Open Monday, Wednesday–Friday,

iPic Theater 42 Miller Alley One Colorado 626-639-2260 ipictheaters.com

Wrigley Gardens 391 S. Orange Grove Blvd. 626-449-4100 tournamentofroses.com The Centennial Rose Garden at the Tournament House features 1,500 varieties of roses, camellias, and annuals. Open daily. FREE

{ PERFORMING ARTS }

A Noise Within Award-winning theatre in one of the region’s premier venues. From Shakespeare to Shaw, A Noise Within presents classic plays for modern audiences in the exciting tradition of rotating repertory. anoisewithin.org

Beckman & Ramo Auditoriums 332 S. Michigan Ave. 626-395-4652 tickets.caltech.edu Performances, lectures, storytelling, films, and concerts in the historic venues of the California Institute of Technology from September–May.

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Boston Court Performing Arts Center 70 N. Mentor Ave. 626-683-6883 bostoncourt.com Two state-of-the-art theaters—an intimate 99-seat venue and a 60-seat performance space—are the stages for diverse programming from concerts to world premieres or a twist on one of Shakespeare's classic plays.

California Philharmonic Orchestra 626-304-0333 calphil.org The Festival on the Green outdoor concert series is held June–August at Santa Anita Park.

Levitt Pavilion Pasadena Memorial Park 626-683-3230 levittpavilionpasadena.org Free outdoor concerts under the stars on the lawn at Memorial Park’s restored 1930s band shell, featuring a variety of musical genres. Wednesday is children's night. June–August, Wednesday–Sunday.

LEGEND FREE FREE

GROUP RATES HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE KID-FRIENDLY TOURS PASADENA ADJACENT

MUSE/IQUE 626-539-7085 muse-ique.com Live music events with uninhibited connections between the orchestra, artists, and adventurous audiences in conventional and unconventional spaces.

Pasadena Civic Auditorium 300 E. Green St. 626-449-7360 thepasadenacivic.com This renowned 3,000-seat theater was dedicated in 1932 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is home to the Distinguished Speakers Series, a variety of concerts, and other entertainment year-round.

Pasadena Playhouse 39 S. El Molino Ave. 626-356-7529 pasadenaplayhouse.org Anchoring the Playhouse District and built in 1917, the Playhouse is the Official State Theatre of California and a National Historic Landmark, and features Tony and Pulitzer award-winning plays.

Pasadena Symphony and Pasadena POPS 2 N. Lake Ave., #1080 626-793-7172 pasadenasymphony-pops.org Pop, symphonic, and youth orchestra performances by the Pasadena Symphony are offered October–May at the Ambassador Auditorium and an outdoor summer series by the Pasadena POPS at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden.

{ MORE TO SEE } Art Center College of Design 1700 Lida St. 626-396-2446 artcenter.edu/williamson Known worldwide as a leader in art and design curriculum, the Art Center presents works by established and emerging artists in three exhibits annually. While on campus, also explore the student gallery and indoor and outdoor sculptures. Open Tuesday–Sunday, noon– 5 p.m.; Friday, noon–9 p.m. FREE

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iPic Theater

Lineage Dance 89 S. Fair Oaks Ave. 626-844-7008 lineagedance.org This contemporary dance company presents performances, classes, and workshops throughout the year as well as an annual dance festival.


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ART & CULTURE Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) 4800 Oak Grove Dr. 818-354-9314 jpl.nasa.gov JPL is a world-renowned research, development, and flight center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Tours of the facility are by appointment only and arrangements must be made a month in advance. FREE

Mount Wilson Observatory Mt. Wilson 626-440-9016 mtwilson.edu Located high atop the Angeles National Forest, this world-class astronomical research facility was founded in

1904. It is home to the 100-inch Hooker telescope and the world’s most powerful optical telescope array. Open April–November from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. with guided tours on weekends for a fee. Special guided tours are available year-round for a fee. FREE

Pasadena Convention Center 300 E. Green St. (626) 793-2122 pasadenacenter.com The convention center hosts a variety of entertainment ranging from concerts, antique shows, and art auctions to hobby and collectible shows.

Public Art Walking Tours cityofpasadena.net/arts/ public_art_walking_tour Eight self-guided tours feature jewels from Pasadena’s public art collection. Each takes 30 minutes to 1 hour and gives a good sampling. Visit the City of Pasadena’s website to download tour outlines and maps. FREE

Robinson Memorial 100 N. Garfield Ave. This memorial, located across from City Hall, honors the historic accomplishments of brothers Mack and Jackie Robinson with two 9-foot bronze portraiture sculptures. FREE

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

STRUCTURES BY DESIGN Explore the area’s rich architectural heritage on a self-guided walking tour.

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LI SA RO M E R E I N

With 16 historical districts packed into 23 square miles, Pasadena has a wealth of incredible architecture to discover. Take a crash course in architectural style by visiting the city’s cultural and academic institutions—you’ll find everything from Beaux Arts to Craftsman, Spanish Colonial Revival to Tudor Revival, and Northern Chinese Imperialist to Modernist. When dining out or shopping, you’ll find yourself inside a noteworthy structure guaranteed to enhance your experience. Check out Greene & Greene’s “ultimate bungalow,” The Gamble House, circa 1908, which defines American Arts and Crafts style. Stop by the Visitor Center or download the popular Ten Tours brochure and visit some of the area’s best-kept neighborhoods to see visionaries’ remodeling ideas for your home. Tours range from 1.3 to 2 miles and are best enjoyed on foot or bicycle. VisitPasadena.com


Distant Lands Since 1989, Distant Lands has been serving the needs of travelers, whether they are bound for a trekking expedition to Tibet or a relaxing weekend in Santa Barbara. We offer books, maps, luggage, and accessories. Distant Lands Travel Bookstore and Outfitters strives to be the best source for travelers, with a knowledgeable staff, informative programs, great selection, and the willingness to go the extra mile. 20 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91105 800.310.3220 • distantlands.com Hours: Mon.–Thu., 10:30 a.m.–8 p.m.; Fri.–Sat., 10:30 a.m.–9 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

Pasadena Certified Farmers’ Market If you’ve never been to a farmers’ market, you’re in for a real treat. You’ll buy food directly from the farmer who grows it—and you’ll love the fresh, delicious taste of locally grown, nutritious fruits, vegetables, and farm products. Artisans offer jams, oils, breads, organic beef, and more on Saturdays. Cash or EBT program; operating Tue. & Sat. a.m. & Wed. p.m., rain or shine. Tuesdays: Villa Parke Center • 363 East Villa Street Wednesdays: Apr. 16-Oct. 29 • 4-8 p.m. • City Hall’s Centennial Plaza Saturdays: Victory Park • Sierra Madre Blvd. at Paloma pasadenafarmersmarket.org


FIT & FUN UCLA Football

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Whether you’re a spectator or the one in action, Pasadena will keep you up to speed. rue to California’s nature, Pasadena brims with exercise- and wellness-promoting prospects. Get outdoors and stay active on biking, walking, and running trails in great weather with picturesque views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Log some miles as you run the flat, paved trail looping around the historic Rose Bowl Stadium and an 18-hole golf course. Relax by taking a guided tour or rejuvenate at one of our many spas. We have everything you need to keep feeling fabulous. When you’d rather watch from the sidelines, take your pick from competitions in everything from football, baseball, and basketball to hockey and horse racing at the famous Rose Bowl and nearby Dodger Stadium,

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STAPLES Center, and Santa Anita Park. Cheering for your favorites is fitness activity for the soul.


{ GOLF } Brookside Golf Course 1133 Rosemont Ave. 626-585-3598 brookside.americangolf.com Two 18-hole championship courses, clubhouse, golf shop, restaurant, putting greens, and driving range. Eaton Canyon Golf Course 1150 N. Sierra Madre Villa Ave. 626-794-6773 A regulation nine-hole layout, clubhouse, restaurant, golf shop, cocktail lounge, putting greens, and driving range. Santa Anita Golf Course 405 S. Santa Anita Ave. Arcadia 626-447-2331 santaanitagolffacility.com An 18-hole, 6,400-yard course, driving range, golf shop, putting greens, and coffee shop. { GUIDED TOURS } Melting Pot Food Tours 800-979-3370 meltingpottours.com Experience the history, architecture, and folklore of Old Pasadena while feasting on delights from neighborhood eateries. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. (April– Oct.); Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Old Pasadena Walking Tour 626-441-6333 pasadenaheritage.org Explore a National Register Historic District and one of the best examples of downtown revitalization in the country. Tours held the first Saturday of

February, May, August, and November at 9 a.m.

watching, and guided hikes to the falls.

Pasadena Tour Company 300 E. Green St. (starting point of tour) 626-318-9492 pasadenatourcompany.com Learn about local movie locations, architecture, grand estates, cultural landmarks, and famous residents. Tours Saturday & Sunday. Private and custom tours available daily.

Mount Baldy Visitor Center Mt. Baldy Rd. Mt. Baldy 909-982-2829 Friday, 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 7 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Rose Bowl Tours 1001 Rose Bowl Dr. 626-275-2714 rosebowlstadium.com Be one of the first to tour the famous Rose Bowl Stadium. Call now for details.

{ HIKING } Brookside Park & Lower Arroyo 360 N. Arroyo Blvd. 626-744-7275 Picnicking, hiking, biking, volleyball, softball, archery, casting, and more. Clear Creek Information Center Angeles Crest Highway La Cañada 626-821-6764 fs.usda.gov Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Eaton Canyon Nature Center 1750 N. Altadena Dr. 626-398-5420 ecnca.org An 84-acre natural park with 5 miles of trails. Other activities include campfire talks, picnicking, moonlight walks, bird

{ ICE SKATING } Pasadena Ice Skating Center 300 E. Green St. 626-578-0800 skatepasadena.com Year-round indoor skating, figure skating classes, pickup hockey, stick time, and in-house hockey leagues.

{ PROFESSIONAL /

COLLEGIATE SPORTS }

Los Angeles Clippers STAPLES Center Los Angeles 800-745-3000 clippers.com NBA regular season play runs October through April. Call for schedule and ticket prices. Los Angeles Dodgers 1000 Elysian Park Ave. Los Angeles 866-363-4377 dodgers.com Regular season play runs April through September. Call for schedule and ticket prices. Los Angeles Kings STAPLES Center Los Angeles 888-546-4752 lakings.com NHL regular season play runs October through April. Call for schedule and ticket prices.

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FIT & FUN Los Angeles Lakers STAPLES Center Los Angeles 800-745-3000 lakers.com NBA regular season play runs October through April. Call for schedule and ticket prices.

lifts, and night skiing seven days a week.

aerobics, swimming, diving lessons, and therapy pools.

{ SPAS }

{ THEME PARKS }

AcuSpa 350 S. Lake Ave., #220 626-578-9119 acuspapasadena.com

Rose Bowl Game® Rose Bowl Stadium 877-793-9911 rosebowlstadium.com Cheer as two championship teams battle it out in “The Granddaddy of Them All”®. Held every year in January.

Amadeus Salon & Spa 799 E. Green St. 626-578-3404 amadeusspa.com

Universal Studios Hollywood Universal City 800-UNIVERSAL universalstudios hollywood.com With thrilling theme park rides and attractions, a working movie studio, and Los Angeles’ best shops, restaurants, and cinemas at CityWalk, Universal Studios Hollywood is a unique experience for the whole family.

UCLA Bruins Football Rose Bowl Stadium 310-825-2101 uclabruins.com College football season runs September through November. Call for schedule and ticket prices.

{ SKIING } Big Bear Mountain Resorts 880 Summit Blvd. Big Bear Lake 909-866-5766 bigbearmountain resorts.com Snow Summit and Bear Mountain offer 26 lifts, interchangeable lift tickets, free shuttle, and 438 skiable acres. Mountain High Resort 24510 Highway 2 Wrightwood 888-754-7878 mthigh.com Located just minutes off I-15 with no mountain driving. Three resorts, 14

Ambiance Salon & Day Spa 548 S. Lake Ave. 626-795-8888 ambiancethesalon.com Bravo Spa & Salon 455 S. Lake Ave., #101 626-577-4777 bravosalon.com Burke Williams Spa 39 Mills Pl. 866-239-6635 burkewilliamsspa.com Cote d’Azur Spa 41 W. Bellevue Dr. 626-396-3030 cotedazurspa.com The Huntington Spa 1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 626-585-6414 thehuntingtonspa.com

{ SWIMMING } Rose Bowl Aquatics Center 360 N. Arroyo Blvd. 626-564-0330 rosebowlaquatics.com Year-round facility with competitive teams in swimming, diving, and water polo. Housing two 50-meter pools, it’s open to the public and offers water

{ THOROUGHBRED RACING } Santa Anita Park 285 W. Huntington Dr. Arcadia 626-574-6677 santaanita.com Santa Anita Park is known for the best in Thoroughbred racing. Free guided tram tours through the stable areas are available weekends at 8:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. during the racing season from December to June.

{ ZOOS } Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens 5333 Zoo Dr. Los Angeles 323-644-4200 lazoo.org Home to mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and botanical gardens.

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

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Two Unforgettable Golf Courses, Endless Possibilities. Open for public play and dining.

C. W. Koiner The Koiner Course is steeped in 75 years of golf tradition. Designed by William Bell, this 7,104-yard, 18-hole golf course is full of challenges and surprises, all set within Pasadena’s peaceful parkland beauty.

Receive 10% OFF Monday - Friday. *Will honor resident rates. Must present coupon to receive offer.

E. O. Nay Designed by William Bell, the 18-hole Nay Course has a shorter yardage than Koiner at 6,025 yards, and a lower rating. Yet its straightforward design and beautiful tree-lined fairways make it a fun destination for golfers of all levels and ages.

The Restaurant Located on Brookside’s expansive grounds, the Restaurant is open to the public daily and offers its diners a simple and delicious menu and panoramic views of the surrounding San Gabriel Mountains & course.

Book your tee time today. Call (626) 585-3594 or visit www.brooksidegc.com


TOURNAMENT OF ROSES® Rose Parade® float

FAMOUS FLOATS & FOOTBALL An insider’s guide to the world-famous Rose Parade® and Rose Bowl Game® or more than a century, the eyes of the world have focused on Pasadena for two unequaled New Year’s Day traditions. The Tournament of Roses Parade® on January 1, 2015, will carry the theme “Inspiring Stories” for its 126th installment, continuing a tradition that has endured since 1890. The 101st Rose Bowl Game®, also scheduled for January 1, 2015, will host the first College Football semifinal as part of the inaugural four-team College Football Playoff.

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presented by Honda The 5½-mile parade begins at 8 a.m. (PST) on January 1, commencing a 2½-hour procession of imaginative flowery floats, spirited marching bands, and majestic equestrian teams making their way along Orange Grove, Colorado, and Sierra Madre boulevards between sidewalks and grandstands teeming with an estimated 700,000 spectators. Parade Seating View from designated curbside locations along the route for free or buy tickets for grandstand seating. Grandstand tickets are available for purchase from February 1– December 31 from Sharp Seating Company, the official Tournament of Roses® grandstand seating company, 626-795-4171, sharpseating.com. Tickets may also be available through other ticket brokers. Please refer to the Rose Parade® section of VisitPasadena.com. Parking Advance reservations are highly recommended and available for parking of automobiles, buses, and recreational vehicles while attending the parade. Please refer to sharpseating.com or the Rose Parade® section of VisitPasadena.com. Float Decorating & Viewing You can get involved in float decorating in two ways: Before the parade at three locations, you can watch as others decorate the floats, or you can actually participate in the decorating (schedules vary by location, and considerable waiting periods should be expected).

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Post-Parade Float Viewing Walk within a few feet of the floats to see them in close detail while they are parked along Sierra Madre and Washington boulevards. Fees apply.

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TOURNAMENT OF ROSES® ROSE BOWL GAME®

Rose Bowl Game®

presented by VIZIO Just a few hours after the Rose Parade®, two of the nation’s top college football teams meet in an exciting match at Rose Bowl Stadium in the first semifinal game of the new four-team College Football Playoff. The winner will advance to the newly formatted College Football Championship Game. Known as “The Granddaddy of Them All”® because of its beginnings in 1902, the Rose Bowl Game® draws an on-site audience of more than 90,000 fans. Game Tickets The majority of game tickets are distributed by the participating teams and conferences. A limited allocation of tickets becomes available to the general public in December through Ticketmaster. 213-365-3675, ticketmaster.com Game Parking On game day, parking is available to all vehicles for a fee at the Rose Bowl Stadium on a first-come, first-served basis. Shuttles are available from Old Pasadena. Please refer to the Rose Parade® section of VisitPasadena.com.

{ RV PARKS }

{ VISITOR HOTLINE & KEY CONTACTS }

Brookside Park 360 N. Arroyo Blvd. 626-577-3100 No-hookup parking for holiday season only.

From December 29–January 2, up-to-the-minute information is available from the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Visitor Hotline at 877-793-9911. A comprehensive FAQ is available year-round at VisitPasadena.com.

East Shore RV Park 1440 Camper View Rd. San Dimas 909-599-8355 eastshorervpark.com

Visitor Center 300 E. Green St. 626-795-9311 800-307-7977 VisitPasadena.com Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Fairplex KOA 2200 N. White Ave. Pomona 888-562-4230 909-593-8915 fairplex.com/koa

Pasadena Museum of History Official Year-Round Tournament of Roses® merchandise 470 W. Walnut St. 626-577-1660 pasadenahistory.org

Rose Bowl Stadium 1001 Rose Bowl Dr. 626-577-3101 rosebowlstadium.com Sharp Seating Company Official Tournament of Roses® grandstand seating company 1737 E. Colorado Blvd. (enter in back) 626-795-4171 sharpseating.com Tournament of Roses® 391 S. Orange Grove Blvd. 626-449-4100 tournamentofroses.com

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

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SIGNATURE EVENTS

TOWN TO-DOS Whether it’s a major sporting event, an exhibit, or a home tour, be sure to catch a quintessential Pasadena occasion. Make Music Pasadena: A Fête de la Musique Event

Levitt Pavilion’s Summer Concert Series

June 7, 2014

June 15–August 23, 2014

Make Music Pasadena is a free musical celebration throughout Downtown Pasadena. From 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., Downtown Pasadena is transformed into a musical playground where every conceivable genre of music is played. Alleys, courtyards, building lobbies, and other unconventional performance spaces become spontaneous musical stages and social gathering places. makemusicpasadena.org

Free outdoor concerts under the stars on the lawn at Memorial Park’s restored band shell featuring a variety of musical genres. Wed. is children’s night. 626-683-3230 levittpavilionpasadena.org

Pasadena Chalk Festival June 14–15, 2014

View hundreds of colorful chalk murals at your feet amid live music, fantastic food, shopping, and children’s activities at Paseo Colorado, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Light Bringer Project 626-795-9100 pasadenachalkfestival.com

famous bridge. 626-441-6333 pasadenaheritage.org Pasadena ArtNight October 10, 2014

Pasadena’s arts organizations unite to provide free access to art. Free shuttles. 626-744-7887 artnightpasadena.org

Americafest July 4, 2014 Independence Day

Pasadena Art Weekend

All-day fun, food, and entertainment for the whole family, concluding in a spectacular fireworks show. 626-577-3100 rosebowlstadium.com

Three days filled with a colorful palette of events including ArtNight, ArtWalk in the Playhouse District, Taste of South Lake, a world festival at Paseo Colorado, and the Old Pasadena Cultural Dance Festival. pasadenaartweekend.com

Pasadena Heritage Colorado Street Bridge Party July 12, 2014

The Colorado Street Bridge Party is back on Saturday, July 12! Pasadena Heritage presents a night of music, dancing, vintage cars, kids’ area, and food and beverages on the

October 10–12, 2014

23rd Annual Craftsman Weekend October 17–19, 2014

Join in the largest, most comprehensive salute to Arts and Crafts-style architecture in the western U.S. at this weekend of events, including bus and walking tours of historic neighborhoods

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and visits to distinctive Craftsman-era homes. Pasadena Heritage 626-441-6333 pasadenaheritage.org

of Santa Claus in the courtyard at One Colorado. 626-564-1066 onecolorado.com

Breeders' Cup

December 6–7, 2014

October 31– November 1, 2014

Visit four area homes decorated for the holidays by professional florists. Pasadena Symphony 626-793-7172, ext. 11 pasadenaholidaylookin.org

as they are readied for New Year’s festivities. Tournament of Roses® 877-793-9911 tournamentofroses.com

Holiday Look-In Home Tour

Bet on the fastest thoroughbreds in the world or simply root them on at this world-championship horse-racing event. Santa Anita Park 877-TIX-4CUP breederscup.com

Castle Green Holiday Tour December 7, 2014

Behold these wacky, unusual, and entertaining pageant participants as they travel through East Pasadena down Colorado Boulevard between Sierra Madre and San Gabriel boulevards. Light Bringer Project 626-590-7596 pasadenadoodah parade.info

Join Castle Green as the spirit of Dickens comes to life! Charles Dickens’ festive and enduring vision of Christmas transforms the Castle Green into a Victorian wonderland. Come enjoy and explore the castle’s splendor, decorations, caroling, culinary Christmas samplings, and many more Victorian holiday traditions inspired by Dickens’ colorful tales. 626-793-0359 castlegreen.com/tour

One Colorado Tree-Lighting Ceremony

Float Decorating & Viewing

November 28, 2014

December 2014

Watch Pasadena’s biggest tree lighting and the arrival

Decorate or preview Rose Parade® masterpieces

Doo Dah Parade

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November 2014

Pasadena Heritage Architectural Legacy Tour December 30, 2014

Expert guides highlight extraordinary architecture and local history. Presented by Pasadena Heritage, a nonprofit organization for historic preservation. Pasadena Heritage 626-441-6333 pasadenaheritage.org Rose Parade® January 1, 2015

Witness the famous 5½-mile parade. Tournament of Roses® 877-793-9911 tournamentofroses.com Rose Bowl Game® January 1, 2015

Cheer as two of the nation’s best college football teams battle it out at the Rose Bowl Stadium in “The Granddaddy of Them All” ®. Tournament of Roses® 877-793-9911 tournamentofroses.com

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SIGNATURE EVENTS Pasadena Art Weekend

Museums of the Arroyo Day May 17, 2015

Take advantage of the 26th consecutive year that five museums featuring art, architecture, and history open their doors along the Arroyo Seco in Los Angeles and Pasadena free of charge for one day from noon–4 p.m. 213-740-TOUR museumsofthearroyo.com

{ MONTHLY } Spring Home Tour

January 1–2, 2015

Tour architectural gems of the early 20th century that exemplify quintessential California style. Pasadena Heritage 626-441-6333 pasadenaheritage.org

Marvel at the floral masterpieces of the Rose Parade®, exhibited along Sierra Madre and Washington boulevards. Tournament of Roses® 877-793-9911 tournamentofroses.com

March 2015

Pasadena Showcase House of Design April 2015

43rd Annual Camellia Show February 2015

Participants from around the southland display their prize-winning blooms. Demonstrations and a wide selection of camellia plants will be available for purchase. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 626-405-2100 huntington.org Black History Parade & Festival February 21, 2015

Join in this celebration featuring food and merchandise booths, a children’s play area, and a Black Inventions Museum. Jackie Robinson Center 626-791-7983

Explore the Pasadena Showcase House of Design. A local estate is exquisitely transformed by top designers using donated goods. Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts 626-578-8500 pasadenashowcase.org Bungalow Heaven Home Tour April 26, 2015

Tour select homes built from 1900 to the 1930s in Bungalow Heaven, Pasadena’s first Landmark District. Bungalow Neighborhood Association 626-585-2172 bungalowheaven.org

Pasadena City College Flea Market First Sunday

Peruse the wares of 500 vendors specializing in antiques and vintage collectibles. Free. 626-585-7906 pasadena.edu/fleamarket Rose Bowl Flea Market Second Sunday

Shop from among more than a million objects for sale in “America’s Marketplace of Unusual Items.” 323-560-7469 rgcshows.com

{ SEASONALLY } UCLA Bruins Football Season September–November

Cheer on the UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl Stadium, home to the team since 1982. 310-825-2101 uclabruins.com Thoroughbred Racing December–June

Witness live races from Thursday–Sunday. Santa Anita Park 626-574-RACE santaanita.com

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TRANSPORTATION

EASY ACCESS Get to and around Pasadena and neighboring Los Angeles areas trouble-free, thanks to close proximity and convenient transit options. asadena is an invitingly walkable community, but it also features a smart, streamlined transit system. Shuttles, buses, and light rail can take you anywhere in the city and to landmarks in the greater Los Angeles area. Go visit the Norton Simon Museum by day and catch an evening Lakers game at the STAPLES Center. And don’t forget that four regional airports service visitors to Pasadena daily.

{ RAIL } The Gold Line is a 13.7-mile light rail line within the Los Angeles-area Metro Rail network that transports passengers from Pasadena to Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. Take it to connect to other Los Angeles rail lines or Amtrak. Trains operate daily and include six stops in

Pasadena. Purchase tickets from self-service ticket vending machines at Metro Rail stations. Cost is $1.50 one way. 323-466-3876 metro.net cityofpasadena.net/ transportation/gold_line

{ DRIVING DISTANCES } Anaheim, Disneyland 35 miles 56.33 kilometers Downtown Los Angeles 10 miles 16 kilometers Hollywood 16 miles 25.75 kilometers

First opened for use in 1940, the Arroyo Seco Parkway, formerly known as the Pasadena Freeway, holds the distinction of being the ďŹ rst freeway in California and the western United States. 54 | PASADENA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU | VISITPASADENA.COM


TOURS (626) 275-2714 RoseBowlStadium.com

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1001 Rose Bowl Drive Pasadena , CA 91103


TRANSPORTATION Mt. Wilson 25 miles 40.23 kilometers Palm Springs 104 miles 167 kilometers Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills 22 miles 35.41 kilometers San Diego 129 miles 227 kilometers Santa Barbara 99 miles 160 kilometers Santa Monica Beach 25 miles 40.23 kilometers

{ TO AIRPORTS } Burbank/Bob Hope Airport (BUR) 16 miles 25.75 kilometers 818-840-8840 bobhopeairport.com Long Beach Airport (LGB) 38 miles 45 kilometers 562-570-2600 lgb.org

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) 29 miles 46.67 kilometers 310-646-5252 lawa.org Ontario International Airport (ONT) 37 miles 59.55 kilometers 909-937-2700 lawa.org/welcomeont.aspx

{ AIRPORT TRANSPORTATION } Integrated Transportation Services, Inc. 800-487-4255 itslimo.com Union Station Flyaway This nonstop bus service goes to and from LAX via Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. From Union Station, passengers may ride the Gold Line light rail to Pasadena. Flyaway roundtrip fee: $16. 866-435-9529 lawa.org Prime Time Shuttle 310-536-7922 800-733-8267 primetimeshuttle.com SuperShuttle 800-258-3826 supershuttle.com Xpress by Execucar 800-427-7483 execucarexpress.com

{ CITY TRANSPORTATION } Pasadena ARTS Bus The ARTS buses travel between Old Pasadena, South Lake Avenue, and the Playhouse District. They are easily recognizable by their colorful depictions. Stops are designated throughout the city by a pink triangle marked “ARTS.� Adult fare is $0.75. 626-398-8973 cityofpasadena.net/ transportation Foothill Transit Authority These buses serve the San Gabriel and Pomona valleys. Base fare is $1.25. 800-743-3463 foothilltransit.org Metro Rail/Metro Bus The Metro Gold Line services Pasadena to Union Station in downtown L.A. with connections to other lines. Base fare is $1.50. Metro bus service runs throughout Los Angeles County. Base fare is $1.50. 323-466-3876 metro.net Taxis City Cab 626-584-1000 888-248-9222 United Taxi 626-768-4999 800-822-8294

Details are subject to change. For the latest information, go to VisitPasadena.com.

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