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  • Since 1995, Cigars by Chivas has served cigar enthusiasts at its retail location in Old Pasadena, its reputation growing over the years to attract a worldwide audience of aficionados. From its elegant hand-selected humidor comes the best: Davidoff, Arturo Fuente Opus X, Padron, Avo, and My Father Cigars. Accessory lines such as ST Dupont, Xikar, Collibre, Daniel Marshall, and Davidoff are also available. The establishment also serves as a very popular smoking lounge for cigar smokers.

  • One of Old Pasadena’s truly old stores, Crown City Loan & Jewelry opened in 1953 in a building that dates even older: The Kinney-Kendall Building was built in 1899 and is the last standing commercial structure built by renowned architects Charles and Henry Greene. Known locally as “the pawn shop,” the store carries jewelry, coins, electronics, iPhones and iPads, and vintage guitars, among many other items.

  • Distant Lands is one of Old Pasadena’s long-standing independent businesses, established as a travel-oriented bookstore in 1989 during the early days of the district’s revival. In 1995, the store added "outfitters" to its specialty, giving the traveling public access to the very best accessories, clothing, luggage, and travel packs available. Distant Lands also serves as an end-to-end travel agency right inside the store, while its website makes it simple for travelers to purchase travel goods online. 

    More than two decades later, it is still a locals' favorite, beloved for its quiet atmosphere conducive to browsing and a clear love of travel in the wide breadth and depth of everything stocked. The aim at Distant Lands is to give the traveler the most complete selection of books, maps, and gear in a space that encourages wanderlust.

    The store regularly schedules travel-related films, presentations, and workshops; check the website for a complete schedule.

  • El Pueblo Folk Art & Specialty Gifts is a unique gallery featuring a large selection of hand-crafted, multicultural folk art items from Mexico, Central America, and around the world. The meaning of "pueblo" can be defined as a village but is also defined as a gathering of people in the spirit of community.

    The store is owned by El Pueblo Community Development Corporation, which provides low-income housing and economic development projects for low-income families and senior citizens. Profits from El Pueblo enable the organization to expand its housing and other projects throughout Southern California.

  • Stating emphatically that "the alphabet starts at D," Jenette Bras caters to busty gals with a gorgeous line of lingerie and firmly believes that the only sure way to get a bra that fits is to get fitted. To that end, customer service is paramount at this chic boutique – staff members fit each and every customer personally, choosing from Los Angeles' widest selection of D-K-sized bras. Patrons can also find lingerie selections at Flattery, a full-service collection catering to the "lightly-bosomed," those in the A to C cup range.  

     

  • Established in September 2013, Miniso is a Japanese variety store that sells a range of stylish lifestyle products, including cosmetics, home furnishings, electronics accessories, and more. 

     

  • A small convenience store, Old Pasadena General Store stocks snacks, drinks, a small selection of health and wellness items, and lottery tickets.

  • The Old Pasadena Pharmacy & Marketplace is a full-service retail pharmacy that also doubles as a gift and sundries boutique. The bright and modern store provides prescription services, over the counter items, and an impressive selection of small gifts, soaps and lotions, pet items, Papyrus cards, easy-to-go meals like sandwiches and salads, and a great selection of sweet and savory snacks.

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    107 W. Colorado Blvd.
    Pasadena, CA 91105
    626.314.6366
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    The Old Pasadena Peloton showroom gives customers the opportunity to purchase one of the renowned bikes; you can also get a personalized tutorial and information about the live studio experience you can bring home. Peloton bikes brings you the most convenient and immersive indoor cycling experience, streaming daily live classes from its NYC studio directly into your home.

    With the purchase of a bike, you'll have 24-hour access to studio cycling classes available to your entire household. In addition to its sturdy carbon steel frame and nearly‑silent belt drive, the Peloton bike features many customizable settings, and with refined lines and a compact 4’ x 2’ footprint, it lets you fit a high-energy workout into any room in your home. 

     

     

  • Romantix specializes in lingerie, bachelorette party items, adult movies, adult toys, and novelties. Friendly clerks and a clean and bright appearance contribute to the store’s welcoming atmosphere. With more than 50 locations nationwide, Romantix has been voted "Sexiest Adult Boutique" by several publications and has the largest selection in the U.S.

     

  • SEIHO International, Inc. was established in 1986 in Pasadena, California as a subsidiary of SEIHO Kogyo, a leading manufacturer of Air Distribution Equipment and Vent Louvers in Japan, who has been doing business in the HVAC industry for over a quarter of a century. SEIHO International, Inc. is a manufacturer of contemporary designs of Diffusers, Nozzles, Grilles and Registers, such as aluminum SpotDiffusers, aluminum TurboNozzle diffusers, double deflection RoundRegisters and aluminum / stainless steel VentLouvers. The diffusers and grilles come in various types, several sizes and different colors. They can be powder coated to any color of your choice.

  • Originating in Seattle’s Pike Place Market in the early 1970s, Sur La Table is now found nationally, catering to both culinary professionals and home chefs. The stores are the ultimate place for kitchen exploration and discovery, featuring top-quality cookware, hard-to-find kitchen tools, specialty culinary products, and in-store cooking classes and demos.

     

  • The Dog Bakery was started with a goal to make the world’s best dog treats; a decade later, the small LA-based chain has developed a great reputation for its fresh-baked, all-natural treats. The store is always open to four-legged customers, who enjoy ingredients that are meticulously selected, tasty, and chemical free. Also stocked are hard-to-find specialty items and top-selling pet goods, toys, and clothes.

    Is there a doggie birthday coming up? The store specializes in birthday “cakes,” accessories, and party packs.

  • The Retro Store, formerly known as Crown City Sports, carries a broad selection of sports apparel and accessories, especially for L.A.-based teams, as well as vintage sports items. The store now also carries a large variety of vintage toys, comics, trading cards, action figures, and Funko Pop Vinyl figures.

     

  • We Olive is a premier retailer & tasting room of California extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and California wines.

    The magical alchemy of California’s hot dry summer days and cool, evening temperatures, myriad soil types and microclimates, combined with the passion and commitment of its artisan growers, result in world class olive oil and balsamic vinegar. We Olive Pasadena is a fun and exciting place to taste the finest artisan made extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars and delicious gourmet foods. In other words, it is a foodie’s paradise, a culinary shopping experience, and an educational destination for people passionate about delicious food and health.

    The wine bar features small batch California varietals – basically, wine that you wouldn’t be able to find in a grocery store. Although We Olive does not sell bottles, the store offers wine by the glass every night of the week, as well as beer and mixed drinks that include balsamic vinegars and olive oils like the Balsamic Lemonade and the Balsamic-Marinated Berry Spritzer. The store offers a small menu featuring items like flatbreads, sandwiches, salads, and tapas - dining is available indoors or on the back patio.

    Happy Hour: 3:30pm-7:00pm; Wine Wednesdays offers happy hour prices all day long.

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