Making the Move to Pasadena?

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Find Your Way Through the City of Roses

Are you looking to get away from all of the noise in Los Angeles? Maybe you are looking for a safer neighborhood. Or you are just looking for a bigger space. No matter what the reason, A and A Moving Company has movers in cities like Burbank, Woodland Hills, Redondo Beach, and Inglewood, CA that provides packing services in Los Angeles to move you into your new home or office.

If you are looking for moving companies to help you into your new home in Pasadena, CA, look no further than A and A Moving Company. They will put all of your moving concerns at ease allowing you to have peace of mind and think about other things like where do I go to fulfill my everyday needs? What are some fun things to do here?

Best Place for Groceries

If you are going to live in the Pasadena area, it is best for you to shop in stores closest to you. A part of living here is taking advantage of everything that is close by, and everything that is close by brings value to living in Pasadena. Grocery stores in the area are very clean and are stocked with quality produce, drinks, snacks, deli meats, and other home goods. Here is a list of some of the best grocery stores in Pasadena:

  • Bristol Farms
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Ralphs
  • The Bea’s Knees

Best Place to Shop

Pasadena is famous for its Old Town district that runs along Colorado Blvd. It not only features buildings with classic, turn of the century designs but also a wide selection of clothing outlets for a unique shopping experience. Old Town is an excellent part of town to be in if you want to be surrounded by the hustle and bustle of shoppers.

  • Nike
  • Apple Store
  • Lululemon
  • Urban Outfitters
  • Banana Republic
  • Paseo Colorado

If you are making the move to Pasadena to get away from the rush but you still want to shop, consider South Lake Ave which also features shops, markets, restaurants, and retailers but with a thinner crowd.

Best Neighboring Cities

Aside from living in a nice, quiet neighborhood, one plus to living in Pasadena is being close to Los Angeles. A short drive on the 110 freeway or a short ride on the Metro Gold Line light rail will take you to the heart of Downtown Los Angeles where there is always something going on, whether it be at Staples Center, LA Live, or the Walt Disney Concert Hall. So even if you are moving you and your supplies away from the rush of Los Angeles, you won’t ever be too far.

Pasadena is set in the San Gabriel Valley, which is famous for the plethora of great food and a home of Chinese, Vietnamese, and Mexican culture. It’s also home to landmarks like the San Gabriel Mission and the Santa Anita Racetrack which hosts horse races as well as the 626 Night Market in the summer.

Best Restaurants and Eateries

As just mentioned, Pasadena is in close proximity to San Gabriel and other neighboring cities which makes it the home of many great restaurants and eateries. A short drive southeast will surround you with so many great choices, you won’t be able to decide quickly. But just in case you want to stay in the immediate area, Pasadena has some succulent locals-only choices too.

  • Café Santorini
  • Ramen Tatsunoya
  • Rocco’s Tavern
  • The Piehole
  • Zankou Chicken

Best Hotspots to Visit

Here are some more points of interest that are only a few miles away from where you will live. With these hotspots, there’s always something to do!

  • Rose Bowl
  • Norton Simon Museum
  • Castle Green
  • Eaton Canyon Falls
  • Huntington Library
  • Kidspace Children’s Museum