Shop Indie | Dine Local | Only in Old Pas!
More than 100 restaurants are located within the 22 historic blocks of Old Pasadena. They include upscale, chef-driven hot spots, romantic bistros, cozy cafes, and a variety of snacks, desserts, and refreshing drinks. Dine-in or enjoy charming patio, street, and sidewalk dining. Take delivery or grab takeout and head over to our commUNITY Dining area on Big Bang Theory Way to eat under the umbrellas.
The bb.q in their name stands for "Best of Best Quality". bb.q Chicken's Korean fried chicken is crispier, juicer, and more tender than anything you've tasted, and the sauces provide an eclectic mix of flavor. Every dish is the result of both longstanding Korean tradition and modern research and development from their very own Chicken University. It's a tremendous amount of work, but it's all worth it when you take that first bite.
Koreatown's popular Oakobing is now in Old Pasadena. With a wide array of delicious flavors and an unmistakably fluffy texture, Oakobing's unique style of "bingsoo" - Korean shaved ice - is carefully and artfully crafted to serve as the ultimate dessert experience. It's a unique dessert treat you can find only at Oakobing.
Gah means "a house" or "family" in Korean. Sushigah is the offering of Korean father and son chefs who serve the freshest sushi and cook Japanese and Korean fusion cuisine. At Sushigah each customer is treated as family and the goal is to provide a space of belonging where all feel welcome, sharing good food and company with each other. Their diverse and varied menu includes bento, bulgogi, Korean-style fried chicken (K-Dak), and dumplings, to name a few.
Urban Pocha is a Korean bar with a cool K-pop vibe. They serve up delicious (spicy) Korean cuisine such as Fried Chicken Gizzards, Brisket Rose Tteokbokki, and Squid Spicy Salad with Thin Noodles. Known for its friendly staff and great bartenders, enjoy the flavors, the ambiance, and a full-service cocktail bar.