For thirty George Washingtons you can visit 35 different eating establishments in during A Taste of Old Pasadena 2013.
Sample fare at casual establishments such as Ixtapa or 50/50, go international with Tibet Nepal House (photo, right), Il Fornaio, Himalayan Cafe, Mezraan Indian Cuisine, or Kal’s Mediterranean, or jump directly—on this self-guided walking tour—to satisfying one’s sweet tooth at Sugar Fix or Mignon Chocolate, while topping off the evening with a lovely cup of tea at Bird Pick.
This is a great way to sample the many eateries in Old Pasadena—without dropping a bunch of Benjamins.
Note: Last year, Café Bizou offered lobster and salmon raviolis and baked stuffed mushrooms.
A Taste of Old Pasadena
Tuesday, September 17th, 5:30-9 p.m.
For complete info, visit pfarcf.org or call 626.795.2455
Rows and rows of art by the likes of Amy Lynn, Chris Hausserman, and Warren Yip. Craftsmen, musicians, entertainers—and plenty of edibles—will all be on hand in the courtyard of Paseo Colorado this weekend, September 14th-15th, for Pasadena Festival of the Arts.
Pasadena Festival of the Arts
Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 14th-15th
280 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 91101
Admission is free