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Old Town

Old Town

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United States 107 W Colorado Blvd
Pasadena CA, 91105
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    Mon 11:00 AM—7:00 PM
    Tue 11:00 AM—7:00 PM
    Wed 11:00 AM—7:00 PM
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Meet the Neighbours

  • Union


    107 W Colorado Blvd, Pasadena

    It doesn’t get any more local than this. Chef Bruce Kalman and Marie Petulla have partnered to create an intimate, farm-to-table dining experience. Experience a true Californian interpretation of Northern Italian cuisine that allows the ingredients to shine.

  • Copa Vida

    Copa Vida

    70 S Raymond Avenue

    This dynamic coffee shop is always bustling with creative energy. The specialty coffees crafted by knowledgeable baristas make Copa Vida an Old Town staple.

  • 800 Degrees Pizza

    800 Degrees Pizza

    2 E Colorado Boulevard

    Have your pizza pie and eat it, too. At 800 Degrees the crust is thin and slightly charred giving the simple sauce and customizable ingredients centre stage.

  • Bar 1886

    Bar 1886

    1250 S Fair Oaks

    This prohibition-style bar is a cozy refuge full of exquisite liquors and personalized classic cocktails. Try something new, stick to the classics or gamble with the “dealer’s choice.”

  • Lincoln Cafe & Store

    Lincoln Cafe & Store

    1992 Lincoln Avenue

    Lincoln features the perfect pastries, sandwiches and full-bodied coffee. The exposed rafters, white walls and map of Pasadena give Lincoln the character that makes it a must.

  • Carmela Ice Cream Co.

    Carmela Ice Cream Co.

    2495 E Washington Boulevard

    This quaint little sweet spot is the perfect Sunday splurge – treat yourself to a salted caramel-dark chocolate double scoop, because life is too short to not indulge.

  • Le Muse Coffee & Wine Bar

    Le Muse Coffee & Wine Bar

    101 S Madison Avenue

    Chic French coffee and wine bar with flavourful baguette sandwiches, a generous pour of ros? and a space that encourages relaxation. Grab a spot in the open air courtyard to enhance your Parisian vibe.

  • Magnolia House

    Magnolia House

    492 S Lake Avenue

    This happy hour location is an indoor-outdoor paradise. Luxurious but never pretentious, the ambiance in Magnolia is perfect for any occasion.

  • Eaton Canyon Falls

    Eaton Canyon Falls

    1750 N Altadena Drive

    Eaton Canyon Falls lies along the San Gabriel ridge on the northernmost area of Pasadena. A hike with awe-inspiring views and a breathtaking waterfall, Eaton Canyon offers a new perspective of Pasadena.

  • Huntington Gardens

    Huntington Gardens

    70 S Raymond Avenue

    Huntington Gardens is the epitome of early Pasadena life. With botanical gardens full of flowers, a stunning library of rare books and a museum catering to all ages, it showcases the ever-vibrant culture that exists in Pasadena.

  • Pasadena City Hall

    Pasadena City Hall

    100 Garfield Avenue

    This architecturally stunning structure sits at the centre of Pasadena as a sign of its history, grace and rich culture. The surrounding area is peaceful and serene – the perfect place to take a seat and people watch.

  • Olive & June

    Olive & June

    146 S Lake Avenue

    Pedicures and manicures in leather sling back chairs plus personalized service for every person that walks into that salon sets Olive and June apart from the others.

  • The Gamble House

    The Gamble House

    4 Westmoreland Place

    The Gamble House and its furnishings were designed for half of the Procter & Gamble Company founders in 1908. Go back in time with a tour of this stunning example of Arts and Crafts architecture.

  • Pasadena Museum of California Art

    Pasadena Museum of California Art

    490 E Union Street

    An absolute pinnacle of creativity – a must-see for the Kits and Aces of our art-driven community. Their collection features both local Pasadena artists and creators from the entire Golden State.

  • Norton Simon Museum

    Norton Simon Museum

    411 W Colorado Boulevard

    The Norton Simon Museum is a gem in the streets of Old Town. Their innovative approach to the modern museum includes a heavily Avant-garde collection tied into to the rotating gallery.

  • Art Center College of Design Student Gallery

    Art Center College of Design Student Gallery

    1700 Lida Street

    Take a tour through the student gallery checking out everything from illustration to film to interactive pieces. You never know when you might be witnessing “the next big thing.”

  • Everson Royce

    Everson Royce

    411 W Colorado Boulevard

    Everson-Royce is the best wine shop in Pasadena. You can sample, taste and buy all the wine your heart desires in this intelligent space.

  • Rose Bowl Flea Market

    Rose Bowl Flea Market

    1001 Rose Bowl Drive

    There are few words to describe the Rose Bowl Flea Market. It’s epic and exciting, and it continues to be one of the most famous flea markets in the world. Every second Sunday at 9am.

  • Lux Tots

    Lux Tots

    58 S Raymond Avenue

    Don’t let the name fool you – they offer a mix of creative table top books, artisanal candles, locally crafted art and an eclectic mix of curios that appeal to those with (and without) tots.

  • Mohawk General

    Mohawk General

    26 Smith Alley One Colorado

    Tucked away in a Pasadena alley, this store is for those that respect design and quality and are looking for an investment piece to add to their wardrobe.