Brett KeatingLA Staff Writer
Brett was born and raised in Massachusetts, but got his LA resident card when he walked in on Bob Saget in the Giorgio Baldi bathroom. He likes Trader Joe’s, the Red Sox, and driving too far for tacos. Before The Infatuation, he was an actor, which is why he’s a tiny bit dead inside. He went to Wesleyan University, and likes to take credit for the accomplishments of other Wesleyan graduates.
All the best places to eat in LA’s most well-known suburb.
Maestro is a modern Mexican joint in Pasadena and definitely worth your time.
15 spots where you can have brunch with (almost) everyone you know.
Lucky Boy in Pasadena is the diner for you, especially if you’re hungover and in need of a positively massive breakfast burrito.
Euro Pane in Pasadena is a good bakery with great housemade bread.
Lincoln is a favorite spot for Pasadena locals, thanks to its pastries and its takes on classic brunch staples.
Part of Oseyo Shabu Shabu’s charm is that it’s always crowded - in addition to the Pasadena spot’s high-quality meats and seafood, of course.
Tibet Nepal House was the first to bring Himalayan food to Pasadena - and still remains the best.
If you’re getting pizza in Pasadena, you should get it from The Luggage Room Pizzeria.
Shandong Dumplings in Pasadena serves good noodle dishes, a few great dumplings, and a fantastic scallion pancake.
Arroyo Chop House in Pasadena is the kind of steakhouse where you come for the meat, but stay for the excellent chocolate soufflé.