December Dinner Celebration + Metro Discounts

Christmas in Old Pasadena

Christmas in Old Pasadena

Ride the Metro and receive exclusive discounts

at some of Old Pasadena’s most popular restaurants and retail outlets.

Downtown Residents who take the Gold Line or use Metro can turn those Metro passes into discounts at some of Old Pasadena’s mix of over 300 independent specialty boutiques, exclusive national retailers, award-winning restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and after-dark entertainment venues.

Metro Discount: Show your valid TAP card, Metro Employee ID, or LA County Employee ID at the following destinations and receive special discounts:

Kings Row Gastropub: Save $5 on food

Sugar Fix: Save 10% on your purchase

Kabuki Japanese Restaurants: Save 15% on your bill

redwhite + bluezz: Receive a free dessert

Bar Celona: Save 15% on your purchase

The Market on Holly: Receive a free cookie

ix-tapa Cantina: Save 15% on your purchase

The Soap Kitchen: Save 10% on your purchase

Villa SORRISO: Save 15% on your purchase

Melting Pot Tours: Save $5 on Adult Tour tickets

Christmas on Colorado Blvd

Christmas on Colorado Blvd

Dinner Celebration this Thursday!

Our normal “Third Thursday” monthly meeting will NOT be held at Pasadena Presbyterian Church this month. Instead, we’ll take a moment to celebrate and relax by having dinner at a restaurant.

Please join us:

When: Thursday, Dec 20th, 6:30pm

Where: Vol 94, 239 East Colorado Boulevard (This is a small-plates type of restaurant, here’s the menu.)

Please RSVP to DPNAlist@gmail.com or call (626) 539-3762

Poinsettias decorate South Lake Ave

Poinsettia decorate South Lake Ave

About the DPNA:

The Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Association  is the voice of the residents of the Central District of Pasadena, California.

We meet monthly on the Third Thursday at 6:30pm in the Gamble Lounge of Pasadena Presbyterian Church at 585 E Colorado Blvd.

The DPNA promotes a walkable urban lifestyle in a city that is vibrant with thriving businesses, excellent arts, good government, and active public spaces.

The DPNA advocates for urban parks, wider sidewalks, pedestrian-biased street design, bike lanes, trees & shrubbery, mixed-use & transit-oriented development, enduring architecture, a streetcar, and other amenities that improve life for residents of an urban city center.

Downtown Pasadena is defined roughly as the 210 freeway (north), Catalina Ave (east), California Blvd (south), and Pasadena Ave (west).

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