Abricott: 5/5, Amazing waffles, crepes, and pan-Asian cuisine.
Abricott is a favorite of mine in Pasadena. Great for brunch or lunch they have waffles, crepes, and pan-Asian cuisine. 41 more words
22 hours, 54 minutes ago
The Raymond Restaurant: 5/5, Pineapple French toast is magnificent.
The Raymond Restaurant is a lovely location with ample seating for brunch. Their French Toast, featuring pineapples, is among my favorite French Toast in Pasadena. 20 more words
22 hours, 58 minutes ago
Marston’s: 3.5/5, Good huevos rancheros but long wait and you can’t reserve in advance.
Marston’s is tucked away in what looks like an old house. This popular venue can often have a long wait with no option so reserve in advance. 14 more words
23 hours, 7 minutes ago
Urth Café: 4/5, Good food and coffee but overpriced and long wait.
Trendy as can be, Urth Cafe offers every type of milk substitute one could imagine (plus a few more) and has pretty architecture to match its varied coffee menu. 50 more words
23 hours, 10 minutes ago
The Hart and the Hunter: 5/5, excellent food, located adjacent to the Cat Cafe
This restaurant was highly recommended by friends and it did not disappoint. 73 more words
23 hours, 47 minutes ago
Green Street Cafe: 5/5, great zucchini bread, nice atmosphere.
Overall a delightful place for brunch. Their French toast and zucchini bread are excellent and they also have a variety of charming salads. 40 more words
23 hours, 52 minutes ago
My Vegan: 5/5, Everything is delicious here. Perfect for a vegetarian like me! Pan-Asian cuisine and brunch. (Camille’s Vegetarian Favorite)
My Vegan never disappoints. All of their dishes are excellent, from their breakfast offerings to their pan-Asian cuisine. 29 more words
23 hours, 58 minutes ago