You don’t normally hear the words “Shrimp har gow” and “Bananas Foster French toast” together in the same sentence, let alone on the same menu, but at The Terrace, you can have the best of both worlds. Located in The Langham hotel in Pasadena, they serve a dim sum brunch on Sundays from 11am-4pm, with a mix of traditional dim sum dishes and Western brunch food.
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Lincoln is a favorite spot for Pasadena locals, thanks to its pastries and its takes on classic brunch staples.
Shandong Dumplings in Pasadena serves good noodle dishes, a few great dumplings, and a fantastic scallion pancake.
Oseyo Shabu Shabu
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.
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One of the more impressive restaurants in the city, 71Above still lacks enough reasons to go there.
Nightshade is an upscale Arts District restaurant that’s trying a little too hard to be like everybody else.
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Maple Block Meat Co.
LA might never be known as a BBQ town, but the addition of Maple Block in Culver City shows we’re making our way up the ranks.
Pann’s Restaurant & Coffee Shop
Pann’s is an old-school diner in Ladera Heights that’s been around since the ’50s.
The Overland is a quiet Palms cafe most of the week, but its bottomless brunch draws in crowds on the weekends.
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