Historic streets and alleys of the original downtown Pasadena are buzzing with the latest in shopping, dining and entertainment. The area features an architectural history of Californian, Victorian, Mission, and Art-deco buildings filled with boutiques, open air restaurants and theaters – a skillful blend of old and new.
Historic streets and alleys of the original downtown Pasadena are buzzing with the latest in shopping, dining and entertainment. The area features an Architectural history of California, Victorian, Mission, and Art-deco filled with boutiques, open air restaurants and theaters – a skillful blend of old and new .
Providing a mix of National retailers and local merchants, One Colorado is the premiere shopping destination in Pasadena. 17 historic buildings dating back to the 1800’s, 30 separate shops and a courtyard of dining and live music in the heart of Pasadena’s Old Town.
Often referred to by its first name, (pronounced Pass-A-oh), the Paseo Colorado is a unique shopping village. A collection of retail stores and restaurants, it spans three blocks and is home to the Arclight Cinemas and Macy’s Department stores. 400 Loft style condominiums top off this outdoor mall on Colorado Boulevard.
Offering an eclectic mix of antique sellers, museums, bookstores, restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops, enhanced with culture and 1920s architecture, a visit to the Playhouse District is one that shouldn’t be missed.
A 10-block tree lined area between Colorado and California boulevards, the South Lake district provides brand-name stores, restaurants and a mixture of Pasadena institutions.
Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Flea Market is held the second Sunday of every month, rain or shine, A journey of vendors that surrounds bowl, and serpentines the parking lots.
Pasadena has long been a virtual haven for antique collectors ; The Pasadena Antique Center and Annex alone boasts 130 dealers in 40,000 square feet. From the turn of the century through mid-century, fine furniture, jewelry, art, and rare books can be found here.