Learn All About Historic Pasadena During A Melting Pot Food Tour
By Deb Flomberg
Get your own insider’s look at Old Pasadena with a historic, factual and fun walking tour. The Melting Pot Food Tours offer wonderful ways to discover the hidden eateries and special gems you may not have known about. Grab a date and set off for a romantic day, exploring all the new spots, learning about the historic district, and enjoying a whole lot of yummy food.
Old Pasadena is filled with so many historic sites, secret thru-ways and bright alleys, all of which hide some of the best ethnic restaurants in town. As this tour takes you on a walk through them all, you’ll explore the foods and the people behind these restaurants, and learn about the area as it developed from an orange grove to what you see today.
The Old Pasadena Food Tour specializes in the various ethnic cuisines in the area. You’ll try Middle Eastern, Peruvian, Asian, and Oaxacan foods, plus enjoy Italian gelato and a lovely tea bar. You may also get to visit a store that specializes in olive oil and one of the best chocolatiers in town, plus a kitchen that focuses on soap instead of food. Along the way you’ll get to explore all the hidden alleyways and courtyards that you probably missed every time you drove through this beautiful and historic city.
A food tour like the Pasadena Food Tasting Walking Tour is a great way to spend a fun date with someone special, or just grab a few friends for a delicious afternoon. The tours at Melting Pot Tours have lots of great spots and amazing, independently owned eateries to explore, so be sure to take a few of these great tours.
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Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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