If the long summer has left you feeling like if you one more bite of ice cream, you’ll scream, then you may want to check out some of the alternative sweet treats in Old Pasadena. From crepes to pastries, there’s something for every occasion, whether you want to warm up or cool off:
Aux Delices Bakery & Café is a delightful mainstay in an area where places are constantly changing. Family owned for 25 years, you can find savory and sweet snacks, including cakes, croissants, tarts and creamy confections.
Bird Pick Tea & Herb offers all things tea, whether you prefer yours sweet or spicy. With refreshing drinks and perfect brews, you’ll find Bird Pick Tea & Herb a delightful experience.
Café 86 hails from Chino and has added some sweet delights to a coffee house atmosphere.
ConfeXion Cupcakes+Cake is an offering from Food Network’s Two Time Cupcake Wars Champions, so it must be good. Nothing simple here, nearly every cake or cupcake has a glitzty gourmet twist that sets it apart from the rest.
Crepes de Paris is like stepping into the city of lights with a selection of bistro bites and crepes that you can eat in or take away on the go.
CREPEstudio has creative crepes and other snacks and drinks. Check out their Happy Hour for amazing prices and don’t forget to check out their seasonal specials as well.
Dots Cupcakes is a cheery little shop that will make you smile. And their cupcakes and cake pops will hit the sweet spot.
Lette Macarons hail from Beverly Hills where the flavors are created by a French pastry chef before arriving in the case in Old Pasadena.
Papabubble is an Old World treat from Barcelona that has landed in Old Pasadena. Made with classic candy making techniques, it’s not your usual candy shop.
The Pie Hole is the perfect place to grab a slice and a cup of coffee in the cute little nook the Old Pasadena location occupies.
Sugarfina is like The Sweet Factory, but for grown-ups. Not that kids won’t love the bite sized delights too.
Waffles de Liege brings the warm Belgian treats to Old Pasadena. The former food truck now has a permanent home on Holly Street.
And if you really need some cheesecake, the Cheesecake Factory has you covered with an assortment of flavors and other cakes and desserts.
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