Located in the land of upscale haberdasheries and parking meters that don’t even take debit cards is Edwin Mills, an all-day cafe in Old Town Pasadena. Their brunch menu includes to-be-expected dishes with unexpected names, like “Confused Burrito,” “WTF is Shakshuka,” and the simply stated “That’s A Lot of Protein” (it’s a New York strip steak).
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The lines might be long at Ramen Tatsunoya, but this Pasadena ramen spot is worth the wait.
Fishwives in Pasadena is serving a lot of fish, but you should stick to the crab rolls if you’re in the area.
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Zinque is a poorly run (and very crowded) restaurant in West Hollywood that does not deserve your attention.
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Chaaste Family Market in Pasadena is a fantastic Filipino restaurant that just so happens to be in a convenience store.
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