FOOD & DRINK
Fish. Any Way You Like It

In the mood for some great delicious fish? Whether you want to buy some seafood and take it home or sit down and eat in a restaurant, we know a place where you can do both. San Marino Seafood began its life when owners Jeff…

Drinking Tiramisu Is A Favorite Pick-me-up At This Japanese Styled Cafe

Who says desserts are forbidden in the morning? At Pillow Talk, the new Japanese styled cafe on South Lake, gourmet desserts and…

Morning Munchies Are More Exciting When You Can Go To A Toast Bar

We’re in the thick of the fall season which means pumpkin spice lattes and themed brunches are what many are craving on a brisk morning,…

Rain or Shine Visit the Farmer’s Market

Pasadena Certified Farmers Market, located at Victory Park in the 2900 block of North Sierra Madre Blvd., continues its Saturday farmer’s market…

Tacocita Brings Premium Fast Casual Mexican Dishes to East Pasadena

Tacocita is your fast-casual stop for tacos and chicken made with incredible flavors from regions all over Mexico and California and is now open for business…

The Cocktail Connoisseur’s Guide to Pasadena

Creative cocktails are on the menu at so many of Pasadena’s watering holes and eateries. With more than 650 restaurants, the city…

Discover What Happy Hour Should Be Like at Granville’s Del Mar Bar

On the roof of the spacious and open-concept Granville restaurant nestled in the heart of Pasadena’s South Lake District sits the new Del Mar Bar…

Clam Chowder: As Good as it Gets

Clams are filled with iron. They have even more iron than beef liver or T-Bone steaks because there are as much as…

Taking the Morning by Storm

South Lake’s popular brunch spot and evening cocktail bar hangout, Magnolia House, is taking the morning by storm with its new gourmet coffee bar and…

Halibut Some Fish for Dinner?

Halibut, with its mild taste that melts in your mouth like butter, is a fish that’s hard not to love. Coming down from the cold waters of Alaska, this fish has some unique characteristics that make it one of the most interesting fish you can eat. Let’s find out a little more about halibut. When halibut are born, they have one eye on each side of their heads – just like any other type of fish. However, at around five weeks old, one eyes moves over to the other side, resulting in a fish with two eyes on one side.…

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