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La Vie

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WHY  Tasty and affordable French cuisine housed in a friendly restaurant run by a Vietnamese family. WHAT  Classics like coq au vin, rabbit cooked in wine, mushroom, and tomato, and veal sautéed with lemon, butter, and capers are well executed; each is accompanied by fresh seasonal vegetables, salad, and the daily soup. Hidden in an unassuming [...]

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Bistro 45

Bistro 45

WHY Exemplary wine list; creative and confident cooking. WHAT This is certainly a contender for the title of “Best Upscale Restaurant” in the San Gabriel Valley. The patio’s the place for lunch; for dinner, the suavely modern dining rooms beckon. Standouts include the superb bouillabaisse and the all natural hanger steak. There’s usually a bread [...]

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Vertical Wine Bistro

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WHY About 100 wines by the glass, with lots of flight options, and LQ’s food to accompany those wines. WHAT A-list movie producer and Pasadenan Gale Anne Hurd brings a little Hollywood zing to non-showy Pasadena with her wine-focused restaurant—although the look is actually more New York sleek than Hollywood glitz, and it suits Pasadena [...]

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Julienne

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WHY Signature rosemary bread for toast and sandwiches, not one but two great bacon offerings (applewood smoked and candied) on the breakfast menu and killer chocolate-mint brownies in the dessert case. Plus fantastic takeout baskets for the plane or the Hollywood Bowl. WHAT Breakfast or lunch on the shaded sidewalk terrace fronting this impossibly charming [...]

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La Grande Orange

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WHY Although it’s the kind of restaurant that MBAs, not chefs, create, Grande Orange an undeniably winning place, especially the bar, the Caesar salad, the burgers and the excellent pizzas now emerging from the brand-new wood-burning ovens. WHAT The owners of this spot in the handsomely restored 1925 Santa Fe Depot at Del Mar Station [...]

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Bean Town Coffee Bar

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WHY Because it makes you want to move to Sierra Madre just to make this place your local coffeehouse. WHAT This just might be the perfect coffeehouse—robust java, funky-but-comfortable furniture and a terrifically diverse crowd. All that plus bluegrass and folk music on the weekends, WiFi, board games, sidewalk tables and homemade baked goods. WHO [...]

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Luscious Dumplings

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WHY Pan-fried pork dumplings that will have you eating far more than propriety or good health demand. WHAT Given the amount of competition, particularly in these parts, it takes a lot of chutzpah to call yourself ‘Luscious Dumplings,’ but this simple café’s wares deserve the appellation. Each dumpling’s covering sports a different decorative pleating that [...]

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Donut Man

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WHY Warm glazed doughnuts sliced open and filled with fresh strawberries in season—one of the most rewarding foods you will ever eat, served 24 hours a day. WHAT This Route 66 landmark has two claims to fame. The first is its burger-bun-size, hole-less glazed doughnut, which is sliced in half and filled with local strawberries [...]

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Abricott

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WHY Because you can’t decide if you want Asian or European or American. WHAT At this French-Vietnamese-American fusion bistro in Pasadena, regulars return for the yellow curry, the croque monsieur, the mussels provençale, the sesame steak salad, and the American breakfasts. Brought to you by the talented young couple who own Daisy Mint, this place [...]

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The Luggage Room

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WHY La Grande Orange’s casual sibling is a busy pizza specialist in the same historic Pasadena train station. WHAT Gourmet toppings like fig and blue cheese or sausage with shaved fennel top chewy sourdough crusts from a wood-burning oven. Crab legs, salads like the Green Day and a few other appetizers complete the menu; plenty [...]

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