not too loud and doesn't require reservations (party of 4). am I asking for too much? open to all cuisines. thanks in advance!
From someone who has lived in Pasadena her whole life, you don't want to try to find a restaurant on New Year's Eve or go anywhere near the parade route. I would try La Canada, Montrose or Monrovia.
a lot of restaurants (like the yardhouse) dont take reservations, its first come first serve, so get there early
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