Le Grande Orange Cafe isn’t the most memorable meal in town - or even in the fully functioning train platform it’s located in (that honor goes to its neighbor, Luggage Room Pizzeria) - but it is one of the only places within a 10-mile radius that has a very reasonable corkage fee. And sometimes, that’s all you need.
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Tibet Nepal House
Tibet Nepal House was the first to bring Himalayan food to Pasadena - and still remains the best.
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Esters Wine Shop & Bar
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