89 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena, CA 91105
10:00am to 11:00am
See the Music Dance pairs extraordinary musicians with the inspiring choreography of Lineage Dance!
The Ukelele Orchestra of the Western Hemisphere returns to Lineage for a mix of spirit-lifting m...
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, 91108
Bring your friends and family to join LA Tasters Foodie Group at one of the most beautiful spots in Los Angeles — The Huntington Library. View the gardens, library and art collection at your pace, take part in one of the free tours offered throughout the day or hang out with the group as we stroll through the gardens. LA Tasters donates a portion of every ticket sold to our local food bank in Los Angeles, so you are providing support for just attending.
Lunch (optional) For those interested, we will be meeting at the Chinese Garden Tea House featuring delicious offerings such as aromatic garlic shrimp spring rolls, Cantonese short rib soup with rice noodles, savory barbecue chicken with satay sauce, chicken chow mein, and other delectable entrees. There is a café and coffee shop on site as well if you prefer to keep looking around the gardens and just grab a snack along the way. Lunch is not included in entry fee.
Any questions, please contact Lisa Winger at [email protected] or by phone 310-709-3469.
Pasadena’s restaurant community opens its doors to guests from throughout Southern California for the third Pasadena Restaurant Week. The Pasadena Chamber is sponsoring the event which takes place from Sunday, April 26th through Friday, May 1st.
Taste the best Pasadena has to offer at unbeatable prices. Pasadena Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to visit Pasadena favorites such as Green Street Restaurant, The Raymond, POP Champagne and Dessert Bar, El Cholo. Central Park Cafe or Ruth’s Chris Steak House. You can also try out newly opened Del Frisco’s Grille or Magnolia House.
Pasadena Restaurant Week is a citywide event featuring the cuisine of many of Pasadena’s top dining establishments. Participating restaurants will offer fixed price dinner and/or lunch menu items for visitors. Dinners will be three-course meals while lunches will consist of two-courses. Depending on the venue and menu offered, meals will be priced at either $27, $36 or $45 for dinner or $15, $20 or $25 for lunch. (Some prices may vary.) Alcoholic beverages, gratuity and tax are not included in the price unless specified by the individual restaurants in advance.
1424 Fremont Ave, South Pasadena, 91030
4:00pm to 7:30pm
The Celestial Opera Company, founded in 1998, is proud to announce its upcoming production of the double-bill of two one-act operas, Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci! Often paired together, the operas are two of the most famous examples of Verismo (a post-Romantic operatic tradition that expounds Italian country life). The operas will be fully staged, costumed, and feature a small orchestral ensemble. The operas will be sung in Italian with supertitles in English. The performances will feature a pre-opera talk one hour before curtain time.
The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board and dineL.A. are proud to present the first-ever dineL.A. Happy Hour Week! You can enjoy 5 DAYS OF HAPPY starting Monday, April 27 - Friday, May 1, 2015.
L.A.'s hottest restaurants and bars, including many that don’t currently offer a happy hour menu, will be showcasing their latest and greatest bar bites and drinks. For the night owls, there are late night happy hours to check out as well. Reservations are not necessary. Be sure to mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate 5 days of happy!
695 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91101
Rick Bayless transformed America's understanding of Mexican cuisine with his Mexican Everyday. Now, ten years later, he returns with an all-new collection of uniquely flavorful recipes. More Mexican Everyday teaches home cooks how to make delicious meals with a few ingredients in a short amount of time. He explains the classic techniques that create so many beloved Mexican meals, from tacos and enchiladas to pozole and mole. “Everyday" Mexican also means simplicity, so Rick dedicates whole chapters to illustrate skillful use of the slow cooker and rice cooker. Rick loves to highlight the use of seasonal vegetables. The heart of this cookbook is devoted to modern creations that range from a Jícama-Beet Salad inspired by Mexico’s classic Christmas Eve salad to a sweet-and-tangy butternut braise. Rick's flexible imagination also transforms breakfast into a meal for any hour. His Open-Face Red Chile–Chard Omelet is as great for Wednesday night dinner as it is for Sunday brunch. Also included are some of Rick's amazing desserts. Among them are his Mexican Chocolate–Pumpkin Seed Cake and Fresh Fruit with 24-Hour Cajeta and Bitter Chocolate.