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Food

Ready, Set, Dine: Pasadena Restaurant Week Through April 1st

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Dining at Vertical Wine Bistro (Photo by Tales of an LA Addict via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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Several of Pasadena's restaurants will be participating in the first ever Pasadena Restaurant Week, which kicked off today and runs through Friday, April 1st. Much like dineLA, the inaugural Pasadena event will include restaurants offering three-course fixed price dinner and/or lunch menu items priced at three tiers, $15, $20 or $25 (lunch) and $23, $34 or $45 (dinner), booze, tip, and tax not included.The goal of restaurant week is to get locals and visitors to dine out to either rediscover an old favorite spot or check out a restaurant on your to-try list. Among the participating restaurants are some of Pasadena's most beloved and newest spots, like The Terrace at the Langham Huntingon Hotel and Spa, Pie ‘n Burger, Green Street, Vertical Wine Bistro, Cafe Bizou, Elements Kitchen, and a/k/a An American Bistro.