Old Pasadena announces that nineteen restaurants have signed up to represent the historic 22 block district in the upcoming Dine LA Restaurant Week.
By News Desk
Dine LA Restaurant Week takes place twice a year and highlights the diversity of culinary experiences LA has to offer.
The 15th anniversary Fall Edition takes place from Friday, October 6 – Friday, October 20, 2023, including weekends, and features more than 350 restaurants across greater Los Angeles, including nineteen in Old Pasadena.
Each of the participating restaurants offer a special dine-in menu for lunch and/or dinner. Customers can simply dine out at a participating restaurant, ask for the Dine LA Restaurant Week menu, and try a new dish or enjoy an old favorite. Advanced reservations are strongly recommended.
Lunch: $15, $25, $35, $45, $55, $65+
Dinner: $15, $25, $35, $45, $55, $65+
Prices and meal periods vary by restaurant, and exclude beverages, tax, and gratuity. Make a reservation on the Dine LA website or call the restaurant directly. Due to the popularity of this event, advance reservations are strongly encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.
Old Pasadena is home to more than 100 restaurants offering a variety of dining experiences – from chef-driven, to grab-and-go, and everything in between.
Highlights include three Michelin-rated venues: Agnes Restaurant and Cheesery with their elevated homestyle cooking; Fishwives’ fresh seafood and raw bar; and Perle Restaurant with their French-inspired cuisine. Returning restaurants include All India Café, Bone Kettle featuring Southeast Asian flavors, Jumak bringing Asian fusion, Maestro’s modern Mexican cooking, Mama M’s elevated sushi, Mi Piace Italian Kitchen, and more. New to the line-up for this edition are Champion’s Japanese-style Curry, Chong Qing Yao Mei Hotpot, and No Comment’s blend of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. Featuring their unique desserts, Motto Tea Café is known for fluffy Japanese pancakes, and Boba Cha Cha offers various drink flavors and sweet packages.
These Old Pasadena restaurants are participating in the Fall Dine LA Restaurant Week:
|Old Pasadena Restaurant||Cuisine||Price|
|Agnes Restaurant & Cheesery||American||Lunch $35|
|All India Café||Indian||Lunch $25; Dinner $35|
|Boba Cha Cha||International||Lunch $15; Dinner $35|
|Bone Kettle||Asian||Dinner $55|
|Champion’s Curry||Japanese||Lunch $15; Dinner $15|
|Chong Qing Yao Mei||Chinese||Lunch $45; Dinner $45|
|Fishwives||Seafood||Lunch $45; Dinner $55|
|Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ||Japanese||Lunch $25; Dinner $45|
|Il Fornaio – Pasadena||Italian||Lunch $25; Dinner $45|
|JUMAK Restaurant and Lounge||Asian||Lunch $35; Dinner $55|
|Kaviar Sushi Bar||Sushi||Lunch $65+; Dinner $65+|
|Maestro Restaurant||Mexican||Dinner $55|
|Mama M Sushi||Japanese||Dinner $65+|
|Mi Piace Italian Kitchen||Italian||Lunch $35; Dinner $55|
|Motto Tea Cafe||International||Lunch $25; Dinner $25|
|No Comment Restaurant & Lounge||American||Lunch $35; Dinner $65+|
|Perle Restaurant||French||Dinner $65+|
|The Kitchen Italian Cafe & Pizzeria||Italian||Lunch $25; Dinner $35|
|Yuzu Shabu & Grill||Asian||Lunch $25; Dinner $55|
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