Pasadena Restaurants Making News
While downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) dominates the digital headlines for new restaurant openings and accolades, Pasadena has had a swath of restaurant news of note this week. Here is a wrap up:
Sushi Kimagure gets top ranks once again being San Gabriel Valley's only mention in the list. Tucked into a corner space here in Pasadena Kimagure is home to chef Ike-san. and is known for incredibly tasty and original dishes made on the fly. Prices are daunting making this a special or more in-frequent option for most.
The six-year-old Spanish Tapas spot will close its doors on February 1st and go through a transition in name and cuisine style as it becomes Dérive. A shift to farm to table/ New American may draw a stronger appeal through more sufficient portions to the diners of Green St.
Burgers are big business and have been for decades, but the latest trend of bespoke burgers have jacked up prices to crazy levels. Yet tucked away on the east side of Pasadena is Super Burger. Cheap prices, great service, and an amazing burger is starting to get some cred in the burger wars.
Ichi Gyo Ichi Et opens on Fair Oaks South of Colorado and adds to the endless dinign options on our main drag. However, the fanfare of the new opening seems to have wained in a very short amount of time. While Eater LA gave a plug for it being new, the Yelp reviews are anything but inspiring. Hopefully, things will turn around for the new eatery.
The 75-year-old restaurant Twohey's is well known in Alhambra for it's Route 66/Diner appeal. When a new lease agreement just couldn't happen the owners were facing closing. Thankfully this local favorite will be relocating to the former Carmines location on Fair Oaks.
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