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Local Food + Drink
Stop by this lively gastropub on Thursday for Trivia Night where baskets of crispy seasoned fries accompany towering burgers.
This casual wine bar is a great spot to try new wines by the glass any night, not just on special occasions. Nibble on small plates of bacon-wrapped Medjool dates, sip a soju cocktail, or enjoy pours of craft beers.
Serving up refined comfort food like fried chicken and truffle deviled eggs, this modern American restaurant is a great choice for burgers or brunch fare within a five-minute walk of our Hyatt Place.
Janejira Thai Bistro
Craving chicken Pad Thai? Pick it up along with some shrimp rolls at this go-to Thai spot, whose specialties include crab fried rice and orange salmon.
The Gamble House
Considered one of the greatest examples of Arts and Crafts architecture in the nation, this National Historic Landmark is open for tours and hosts unique events such as sake tastings.
The Norton Simon Museum
See 12,000 artworks ranging from Renaissance masterpieces to striking sculptures, and works of Southeast Asian art. The collection includes art by Rembrandt, Goya, and Picasso.
Home to the Norton Simon Museum, a nationally famous New Year’s Day parade, and bustling specialty shops, Old Pasadena’s commercial hub is just a short walk west of our hotel.
Rose Bowl Stadium
Since its construction in 1922, this National Historic Landmark has hosted major college and pro football games, soccer championships, and enormous concerts. Its 90,888-person capacity makes it one of the world’s largest stadiums.