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Oct 26, 2007 02:07 PM

pasadena gems??

so my girlfriend and I just started volunteering at the humane socity/spca in Pasadena, wheres all the gems? we are coming from the san fernando valley, so anything in between...burbank, glendale, etc..? thanks

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  1. Adam--Do you and your girlfriend prefer any types of food or have any that you don't like? Are you talking about cheap eats?

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    1. re: chowhound chloe

      in South Pasadena, on Mission, just west of Fairoaks.

      in Glendale

      in Highland Park, on York, west of Ave 52

      I'll keep thinking.

    2. Pie 'n Burger
      913 E. California Blvd.
      Pasadena, CA 91106

      - One of the best Burgers around and good pie too - go figure.

      720 N Lake Ave
      Pasadena, CA 91104
      (626) 798-9905

      - The Best cheese steak anywhere.

      1. Europane-Egg Salad Sandwiches, any pastry
        Pasadena on Colorado and Oak Knoll?

        Auntie Em's-Meatloaf Sandwich, cupcakes,
        Eagle Rock on Eagle Rock Blvd

        Nonna's-Garlic Knots and Slice of pizza
        South Pasadena on Fair Oaks

        Mamma's-Slice of pizza
        South Pasadena on Fair Oaks

        Porto's-Potato Balls and pastries
        Glendale on Brand Avenue

        If you'll go to Fredo's, go a little farther east and go to Tops to try the Kobe burger. Rosemead Blvd and Michillinda.

        Zankou-I think people should try it once. Pasadena on Colorado, but they have one in Burbank too.

        Oinkster-Fries, must get the fries.
        Eagle Rock on Colorado Blvd.

        1. Almost forgot, Lucky Boy on Arroyo Parkway for a breakfast burrito.

          Marston's on Walnut Avenue for awesome french toast.

          Green Street Cafe for good Diane salad and zucchini bread.

          My Taco-Highland Park on York Blvd between avenue 64 and Figueroa for a great potato taco and sopes.

          Can you tell I'm hungry and it's past dinner time for me.

          1. Central Park is one of my favorite newish lunch/dinner spots, and walking distance from the PHS buildings - it's on Fair Oaks just a block north from Del Mar, facing the park (hence the name). One of the best bar burgers around, and the sand dabs and the flatiron steak are killer. Get the potato gratin instead of the mashed potatoes. Fries are good too. And welcome to a great Humane Society! We're active with their fund-raising group.