A Travel Guide to Pasadena


Pasadena is known for its rich and diverse food culture that is a must to visit.

Looking for a refreshing breakfast? Check out Copa Vida for some breakfast burritos, La Grande Orange Cafe for deviled eggs, or Great Maple for some donuts and fried chicken, all located in downtown Pasadena!

Want to take a break and grab some lunch? Try Urban Plates and grab a fresh sandwich or salad, or The Stand for delicious burgers!
Trying to relax and have a nice dinner? Go to Sugarfish for a traditional sushi experience or to Maestro for fancy Mexican food!



Pasadena is more than just a football town. Historical Landmark such as Old Pasadena, Playhouse District with a variety of shops and restaurants are worthy to take a visit. Most of the business are off the Colorado Boulevard with more than half of them claimed as “only in Old Pasadena”.

Arts are embedded in Pasadena culture, with some exciting museums that will satisfy your love for arts such as Williamson Library, Norton Simon Museum, Pacific Asia Museum and Pasadena Museum of California Art.


If you are looking to have a relaxing day, walk to the shops at Old Pasadena or the Paseo Plaza where there are retailers ranging from exclusive boutiques to national department stores.

Emerge into the Pasadena nightlife by having a beer at a local bar and listen to some bands to complete your trip. Some bars worthy to visit are the Rocco’s Tavern and Kings Gastropub.


In the heart of Pasadena and tourism area, Rose Bowl Stadium is surrounded by many hotels with a variety of pricing. To look for hotels, click here.

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