Take the long weekend around Thanksgiving to enjoy friends and family. And then check out some of the new spots that have opened up in Pasadena over the past weeks and months:
Twohey’s has been priming a new Pasadena location for a while and it looks like the modern day representation of one of Alhambra’s favorite diner institutions is up and ready. You’ll find the famously onion-y Stinko burger and other classic dishes alongside new options at Twohey’s Tavern.
Just outside Pasadena’s city limits, the historic Fox’s Restaurant in Altadena is getting a new lease on life. The owners of the updated Eagle Rock diner, Cindy’s, have taken over the joint and is keeping the feel of the neighborhood joint, but with some updates and changes to the menu, but nothing too drastic, according to Eater.
Long time Los Angeles chef Mark Peel is finally ready to open up Prawn. Prawn is the latest seafood spot to open in town. Located in the One Pasadena complex, Prawn is a more expansive take on the stall that the chef opened in LA’s Central Market so look for lower prices than some of the other fish focused eateries. And a Happy Hour should be on the way, once the liquor license has been approved.
If burgers and seafood isn’t your thing, then you’ll be happy to know that Old Pasadena is the latest location of Sage Vegan Bistro. Sage already has locations elsewhere in Los Angeles and the chef relies on local produce to create a vegetable-centric menu.
And because nothing says the holidays like a juice detox between heavy meals, there is also a new juice bar in town. Ko Juice recently opened up on Fair Oaks in Old Pasadena (where Lette macarons used to be) and sets itself apart from other drink joints by focusing on sugarcane.
During the holidays, perk yourself up with a coffee from Rosebud. The former coffee cart has gone brick-and-mortar and is still doing good—just in time for the season of giving.
Pasadena also has a new ramen (and other Japanese cuisine) joint in the form of Kopan Ramen. The izakaya restaurant already has several other locations in the surrounding area and has finally landed in Pasadena with a menu filled with favorites, including fried snacks, ramen and other noodle and non-noodle dishes.
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